The Yankees know a thing or two about winning. Even in the All-Star Game.
Aroldis Chapman, one of five Yankees to make the American League All-Star team, recorded the save as the AL beat the National League 4-3 on Tuesday at Progressive Field.
Chapman, making his sixth All-Star Game, joined teammates Gary Sanchez, DJ LeMahieu, Gleyber Torres and Masahiro Tanaka on the AL team, which won its seventh straight Midsummer Classic.
Chapman, who entered the All-Star break with an AL-high 24 saves, struck out J.T. Realmuto, Max Muncy and Yasmani Grandal on 12 pitches.
He wasn't the only Yankees pitcher to take the hill for the AL team.
Tanaka was selected to his second All-Star Game but made his All-Star debut, as he did not play in 2014 due to a partially torn UCL.
"That was consuming my mind at the time," Tanaka said about not being able to play in the 2014 All-Star Game. "But as years pass and you look back, you feel like you want to go to that stage.
On Tuesday, he gave up one infield single in a scoreless second inning, which included a strikeout of Dodgers star Cody Bellinger, as he recorded the win.
Sanchez went 1-for-2 with a double, while Torres went 1-for-2 with an infield single. LeMahieu was hitless in two at-bats.
Sanchez flied out to center off Clayton Kershaw in the second inning before doubling off Walker Buehler in the fifth. He scored on Jorge Polanco's infield single.
Torres struck out against Buehler to end the fifth inning but reached on an infield single off Sandy Alcantara.
LeMahieu grounded out in the first inning off Hyun-Jin Ryu and again in the third inning off Jacob deGrom.