It didn’t take long for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game to get off to a rousing start as Mike Trout smacks an opposite-field shot off Greinke.

Well, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke can now take that ridiculous scoreless innings streak and shove it somewhere.

Mike Trout just went yard.

During the first at-bat of the 2015 MLB All-Star Game, Trout took Greinke to the opposite field that was a laser shot, barely clearing the right-field stands.

Due to the fact the Great American Ballpark is a joke – even worse than Yankee Stadium – this home run could be a precursor to what we’ll see tonight. Offense, offense and more offense could the the word of this MLB All-Star Game.

The AL leads 1-0 after a half-inning of play.

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