DENVER — Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was named the MVP of the All-Star Game after hitting a long, solo homer and driving in two runs to lead the American League to its eighth straight win over the National League, 5-2. Mike Zunino also homered and Xander Bogaerts had two of the AL’s nine hits, including an RBI single. Winning pitcher Shohei Ohtani worked a perfect first inning and went 0-for-2 as the first player to be named to the game as a hitter and a pitcher. Guerrero’s 468-foot solo shot to left-center off Brewers right-hander Corbin Burnes came in the third. In going deep, just as his Hall of Fame father had in the 2006 Midsummer Classic, Guerrero hit the longest All-Star home run since Statcast began tracking. It was also the 200th home run in the long history of the mid-summer classic.