MLB All-Star Game - Home run contest rules for tied game

If the MLB All-Star Game is tied after 9 innings, the game will go to a Home Run contest. A single run will be added to the total score for the winning team.

Example: If tied 3-3 after 9 full innings, and the NL wins the home run contest the final score of the game will be NL 4-3. 

If this occurs, the final score will be the official score for grading purposes on all sides (moneylines), totals, and Run Lines.

However all prop bets are limited to first full 9 innings of play and do not include the home run contest.

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