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Continued: All-Star Game Insider: Past walk-off victories

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1966

One of the highlights of longtime broadcaster Tim McCarver’s playing career: a pinch-hit single for Joe Torre in the 10th inning in St. Louis, then scoring the winner on Maury Wills’ single.

1970

Probably the most famous ending in All-Star history: Pete Rose bowls over AL catcher Ray Fosse in Cincinnati to score the winning run in the 12th inning on Jim Hickman’s single. The collision ruined Fosse’s promising career.

1972

A walk, a sacrifice bunt and Joe Morgan’s single off Dave McNally brought home the winner in Atlanta.

1994

The game in Pittsburgh is better remembered for Fred McGriff’s (above) dramatic tying homer in the ninth off Lee Smith; Moises Alou ended the game an inning later with an RBI double off Jason Bere.

2008

It wasn’t particularly dramatic, but it was effective, and a welcome relief: At 1:37 a.m. in Yankee Stadium, Michael Young ended the longest-ever All-Star Game (nearly five hours) in the 15th inning with a sacrifice fly to score Home Run Derby winner Justin Morneau.

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