American League 5, National League 3: New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter went 2-for-2 and scored a run in his 14th and final All-Star Game while MVP Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels drove in a pair of runs, including the tiebreaker in the fifth inning as the host American League captured the 85th Midsummer Classic at Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins.Jeter, who received a thunderous ovation during pregame introductions as well as prior to his first at-bat - which was introduced by a recording of the late Yankees public address announcer Bob Sheppard, led off the bottom of the first with a double and scored the game's first run on a triple by Trout. The 40-year-old shortstop added a leadoff single in the third to finish his All-Star Game career with a .481 average (13-for-27) - the second-highest of all time.Two-time reigning league MVP Miguel Cabrera belted a two-run homer off Adam Wainwright in the first for a 3-0 lead and Trout snapped a deadlock with an RBI double against Pat Neshek four innings later for the AL, which has won eight of the last 11 contests. Jose Altuve also drove in a run, Detroit's Max Scherzer notched the win and Minnesota's Glen Perkins worked a perfect ninth for the save.Milwaukee's Jonathan Lucroy recorded a pair of run-scoring doubles and Chase Utley also had an RBI for the NL, which leads the series 43-40-2. Aramis Ramirez added two hits and scored a run while St. Louis' Neshek took the loss after allowing two runs and three hits in one-third of an inning.The NL, which stranded a runner at third against Felix Hernandez in the opening frame, reached Jon Lester for two runs in the second to cut the deficit to 3-2. Aramis Ramirez delivered a one-out single before Utley and Lucroy ripped back-to-back RBI doubles.Lucroy, who was chosen to start at catcher for the NL after leading vote-getter Yadier Molina of St. Louis went down with a thumb injury last week, knotted the contest in the fourth. Utley was hit with a pitch by Chris Sale with two outs before Lucroy drilled a shot off the wall in right field to plate pinch-runner Dee Gordon.Neshek retired the first batter he faced in the fifth before Derek Norris and Alexei Ramirez singled. Trout followed with a double down the third-base line that scored Norris and Altuve lifted a sacrifice fly off Tyler Clippard to create a two-run advantage.GAME NOTEBOOK: Jeter trails only Charlie Gehringer and Ted Kluszewski, who share the all-time record as both finished their careers with a .500 average in Midsummer Classics. ... Jeter became the oldest player to record at least two hits in an All-Star Game, breaking the mark held by Carl Yastrzemski (39). ... Twins legend Rod Carew threw out the ceremonial first pitch, while Tony Award-winning actress Idina Menzel sang The Star-Spangled Banner. ... Robinson Cano became the first AL second baseman to start five consecutive All-Star Games since Roberto Alomar from 1996-2000. ... Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen led off the game with a hard grounder on which Jeter made an outstanding dive to his left to field the ball. However, McCutchen beat Jeter's throw to first by a split-second for an infield single. ... Of the 11 pitchers used by the AL, Lester was the only one not to record a strikeout.