Robinson Cano had no trouble laughing off the boos that showered him for two days at All-Star festivities at Kauffman Stadium. But when Kansas City fans began harassing his family, he wasn't amused.

"I knew coming in I was going to get booed," Cano said after the National League's 8-0 win Tuesday night. "The only thing that I would say that I didn't like was the way they treated my family when they went to the rest room. But it's part of the game and hopefully it stops here and we'll move forward.

"They were yelling stuff to my family. That's not the right thing. You know, this is a game and we're All-Stars. I mean, if I get booed, I don't really care. But I mean, when they start with your family, that's over the line."