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The American League won the 2009 All-Star game, giving the American League team home Field advantage. The first two games played at the American League ballpark, then 3 Games at the National League ballpark, then if necessary two games in the American League ballpark. Before the rule change, giving the winning team in the All-Star game home field advantage, it was alternated every other year.

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Q: Why are more games played at Yankee stadium rather than philadelphia?
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