Players donate items to Hall
The All-Star Game may just have happened Tuesday night, but items from it already are joining some of baseball's most storied artifacts in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Sandoval hit the first bases-loaded triple in All-Star Game history during the National League's 8-0 victory against the American League. The three-run triple contributed to the NL's five-run first inning off Justin Verlander.
Jones, meanwhile, was making his final All-Star Game appearance. He has announced his intentions to retire after this season, his 19th. Jones had a sixth-inning single in the game.
Also heading to the Hall will be the bat of Nick Castellanos, who was named MVP of Sunday's Futures Game after collecting a home run, two singles and three runs scored.
All four items will be on display for the opening of Hall of Fame Weekend on July 20 in Cooperstown.
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