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Frazier, Reynolds combine to go 1-4 in All-Star Game

Adam Frazier’s stock rises again.

MLB All-Star Red Carpet Show Photo by Mary DeCicco/MLB Photos via Getty Images

For the first time since 1992, two Pirates took the field to start the All-Star Game.

Bryan Reynolds started in center field and was eighth in the batting order, while Adam Frazier started at second base and batted ninth.

Reynolds went 0-2 in his two at-bats and was substituted for Dodgers OF Chris Taylor after the fifth inning.

Frazier also left in the fifth for Braves 2B Ozzie Albies, but he caught some attention before bowing out.

He was the first National Leaguer to record a hit and even had an All-Star play in the field.

With Frazier looming lists as one of MLB’s hottest names on the trade market, performing well on the national stage is only going to drive up his trade value.

As for the final score, the NL All-Stars dropped their eighth consecutive All-Star Game in a 5-2 loss.

Blue Jays 1B Vladimir Guerrero Jr. won the All-Star Game MVP award with a pair of RBI’s including this moonshot in the third inning.

Well, it’s a good thing they don’t play for homefield advantage in the World Series anymore, because then the Pirates would have to start the World Series on the road if they got there. Now, the Pirates embark on the second half of their season and their for sure 72-0 record the rest of the way to march them into the playoffs.

The Pirates return Friday to PNC Park against the Mets. First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m. EST.