Dozier went 1 for 4 with a walk. He hit his 17th homer of the year and first in seven games.
Dozier hit his first career walk-off and first extra-inning homer.
Espinosa had his 15th double and ninth home run of the year in the game. It's the first time he's had multiple extra-base hits in a game since getting two doubles on June 30. He went deep for the first time since June 10.
Second Base: Jason Kipnis, Indians
Shortstop: Jose Iglesias, Tigers
Third Base: Manny Machado, Orioles
Utility: Brock Holt, Red Sox
The following players are eligible to be voted in during the final Fan Vote: SS Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox; OF Yoenis Cespedes, Tigers; OF Brett Gardner, Yankees; 2B Brian Dozier, Twins; 3B Mike Moustakas, Royals
Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw was not selected for the All Star team, although he's one of five candidates to take the final spot on the roster in the Final Vote.
The Pirates sent two starting pitchers to the All Star team for the first time since 1960. MLB wins leader Gerrit Cole and fellow Pittsburgh starter A.J. Burnett will both be making their first appearance.
National League reserves are
Catcher: Yasmani Grandal, Dodgers
Catcher: Yadier Molina, Cardinals
First baseman: Adrian Gonzalez, Dodgers
First baseman: Anthony Rizzo, Cubs
Second baseman: DJ LeMahieu, Rockies
Second baseman: Joe Panik, Giants
Third baseman: Nolan Arenado, Rockies
Third baseman: Kris Bryant, Cubs
Shortstop: Brandon Crawford, Giants
Outfielder: Andrew McCutchen, Pirates
Outfielder: Joc Pederson, Dodgers
Outfielder: A.J. Pollock, D-backs
Outfielder: Justin Upton, Padres
National League pitchers are
LHP: Madison Bumgarner, Giants
RHP: A.J. Burnett, Pirates
LHP: Aroldis Chapman, Reds
RHP: Gerrit Cole, Pirates
RHP: Jacob deGrom, Mets
RHP: Zack Greinke, Dodgers
RHP: Mark Melancon, Pirates
RHP: Shelby Miller, Braves
RHP: Jonathan Papelbon, Phillies
RHP: Francisco Rodriguez, Brewers
RHP: Trevor Rosenthal, Cardinals
RHP: Max Scherzer, Nationals
RHP: Michael Wacha, Cardinals
The five candidates for the Final Vote are
It marks the first absence for Panik since May 21 and third for Crawford since three days later.
Crawford has certainly not struggled against southpaws this season. He is batting .333 (20-for-60). Panik has 19 hits in 68 at-bats against them in 2015.
Peterson could probably use a bit of a breather, as he is mired in a 7-for-54 slump in his last 14 games. He has one home run, two doubles, five RBI, four runs, six walks and 18 strikeouts in that span.
Pearce slammed three more singles Sunday with two runs and an RBI. He is batting .444 (8-for-18) over his last five games with three doubles. His .233 average is at its highest point since April 8.
Giavotella had a sac fly in the second inning and an RBI single in the third. He also had his 13th double Sunday.
Giavotella is batting .368 (7 for 19) with two doubles, four RBI, two runs and two sac flies through four July games.
Travis gave Toronto a 2-0 lead with an RBI double in the top of the fifth inning. He then added an RBI single in the seventh inning and a sac fly in the ninth inning. He finished 2 for 3 with one run, one walk and one strikeout.
Travis continues to perform well since returning from the disabled list in late June. He has hit safely in seven straight games and eight of nine games since his activation. He is batting .406 (13 for 32) with three doubles, five RBI, six runs, one walk and five strikeouts in his last nine games.