All-Star Games from 1933-2013

  • By: Star Tribune staff
  • Updated: July 11, 2014 - 8:53 AM

Wins, losses and even a couple of ties. We look back at 84 Major League Baseball All-Star Games from Ruth to Rose to Ripken.

YearScore City (Ballpark)MVPMemorable
1933AL 4, NL 2Chicago (Comiskey Park)Lefty Gomez, first RBI; Babe Ruth, first home run
1934AL 9, NL 7New York (Polo Grounds)Carl Hubbell strikes out Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx
1935AL 4, NL 1Cleveland (Municipal Stadium)Jimmie Foxx two-run home run
1936NL 4, AL 3Boston (Braves Field)First NL victory; Joe DiMaggio, first rookie to start (0-for-5, two errors)
1937AL 8, NL 3Washington D.C. (Griffith Stadium)First pitch thrown out by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
1938NL 4, AL 1Cincinnati (Crosley Field)Leo Durocher lays down a bunt to third, and scores after two errors
1939AL 3, NL 1New York (Yankee Stadium)Bob Feller enters with bases loaded in the fifth, allowed one hit rest of game
1940NL 4, AL 0St. Louis (Sportsman’s Park)First shutout; AL held to only three hits
1941AL 7, NL 5Detroit (Briggs Stadium)Ted Williams walk-off home run
1942AL 3, NL 1New York (Polo Grounds)Mickey Owen home run, his only long fly of the season
1943AL 5, NL 3Philadelphia (Shibe Park)First night game; Five Yankees on AL roster but none played
1944NL 7, NL 1Pittsburgh (Forbes Field)Depleted rosters because of WWII
1945No gameGame canceled due to WWII travel restrictions
1946AL 12, NL 0Boston (Fenway Park)Clearly in his home comfort zone, Ted Williams goes 5-for-5 with 5 RBI
1947AL 2, NL 1Chicago (Wrigley Field)Spec Shea, first rookie to earn All-Star Game victory
1948AL 5, NL 2St. Louis (Sportsman’s Park)In his fifth All-Star Game, Stan Musial hits his first home run
1949AL 11, NL 7Brooklyn (Ebbets Field)First game to be televised; first game to include African-American players
1950NL 4, AL 3Chicago (Comiskey Park)In for Jackie Robinson, Red Schoendienst is unlikely extra-innings HR hero
1951NL 8, AL 3Detroit (Briggs Stadium)Final All-Star Game selection for Joe DiMaggio (he did not play)
1952NL 3, AL 2Philadelphia (Shibe Park)Game shortened to five innings due to rain
1953NL 5, AL 1Cincinnati (Crosley Field)Forty-seven year-old Satchel Paige makes his lone All-Star Game appearance
1954AL 11, NL 9Cleveland (Municipal Stadium)Teams combine for 20 runs, 31 hits and six home runs
1955NL 6, AL 5Milwaukee (County Stadium)Mickey Mantle’s three-run home run upstaged by Stan Musial’s walk-off
1956NL 7, AL 3Washington D.C. (Griffith Stadium)Game featured 17 future Hall of Famers
1957AL 6, NL 5St. Louis (Sportsman’s Park)Ballot-stuffing controversy; Mays, Aaron named replacements after scandal
1958AL 4, NL 3Baltimore (Memorial Stadium)Thirteen hits, all singles
1959 (1)NL 5, AL 4Pittsburgh (Forbes Field)First year of ill-received All-Star doubleheader idea
1959 (2)AL 5, NL 3Los Angeles (Memorial Coliseum)First All-Star Game on the West coast
1960 (1)NL 5, AL 3Kansas City (Municipal Stadium)Willie Mays leadoff triple
1960 (2)NL 6, AL 0New York (Yankee Stadium)National League belts four home runs, a record
1961 (1)NL 5, AL 4San Francisco (Candlestick Park)Harmon Killebrew, first Twin in an All-Star Game, hits a homer
1961 (2)AL 1, NL 1Boston (Fenway Park)Rain forces the first All-Star Game tie
1962 (1)NL 3, AL 1Washington D.C. (D.C. Stadium)Maury WillsFirst pitch thrown out by John F. Kennedy
1962 (2)AL 9, NL 4Chicago (Wrigley Field)Leon WagnerAll-Star Game doubleheader experiment ends
1963NL 5, AL 3Cleveland (Municipal Stadium)Willie MaysStan Musial’s final appearance (24 games, .317 average, 6 HRs)
1964NL 7, AL 4New York (Shea Stadium)Johnny CallisonCallison’s walk-off is his last swing as an all-star
1965NL 6, AL 5Bloomington (Metropolitan Stadium)Juan MarichalPete Rose’s first All-Star Game
1966NL 2, AL 1St. Louis (Busch Stadium)Brooks RobinsonTen-inning game played in 100-degree heat
1967NL 2, AL 1Anaheim (Anaheim Stadium)Tony PerezFifteen-inning game featured 30 combined strikeouts
1968NL 1, AL 0Houston (Astrodome)Willie MaysFirst All-Star Game played indoors
1969NL 9, AL 3Washington D.C. (RFK Stadium)Willie McCoveyDay game because of rain the night before
1970NL 5, AL 4Cincinnati (Riverfront Stadium)Carl YastrzemskiPete Rose. Ray Fosse. Home plate. Cr-runch.
1971AL 6, NL 4Detroit (Tiger Stadium)Frank RobinsonAmerican League’s last victory for 12 years
1972NL 4, AL 3Atlanta (Fulton County Stadium)Joe MorganCookie Rojas hits the first home run by a non-American
1973NL 7, AL 1Kansas City (Royals Stadium)Bobby BondsCircle Bert Blyleven for the loss.
1974NL 7, AL 2Pittsburgh (Three Rivers Stadium)Steve GarveyGarvey was a write-in vote addition
1975NL 6, AL 3Milwaukee (County Stadium)Bill Madlock, Jon MatlackHank Aaron’s final All-Star Game
1976NL 7, AL 1Philadelphia (Veterans Stadium)George FosterGerald Ford’s first pitch part of bicentennial-theme
1977NL 7, AL 5New York (Yankee Stadium)Don SuttonNolan Ryan refused to be a last-minute addition to AL roster
1978NL 7, AL 3San Diego (San Diego Stadium)Steve GarveyTwo triples for Rod Carew
1979NL 7, AL 6Seattle (Kingdome)Dave ParkerParker’s two outfield assists matched a solid day at the plate
1980NL 4, AL 2Los Angeles (Dodger Stadium)Ken Griffey, Sr.Who’s who: Griffey’s fifth-inning HR came off Tommy John
1981NL 5, AL 4Cleveland (Municipal Stadium)Gary CarterGame kicked off strike-shortened season. Attendance: 72,086
1982NL 4, AL 1Montreal (Olympic Stadium)Dave ConcepcionGary Carter drove in Expos teammate Al Oliver in the sixth
1983AL 13, NL 3Chicago (Comiskey Park)Fred LynnAtlee Hammaker’s one and only ASG appearance: 0.2 IP, 6 H, 7 ER
1984NL 3, AL 1San Francisco (Candlestick Park)Gary CarterValenzuela, Gooden and Caudill all strike out the side for NL
1985NL 6, AL 1Minneapolis (Metrodome)LaMarr HoytFirst Home Run Derby (Dave Parker won with six HRs)
1986AL 3, NL 2Houston (Astrodome)Roger ClemensClemens threw 24 pitches in three innings, 21 for strikes
1987NL 2, AL 0Oakland (Oakland-Alameda County Stadium)Tim RainesGame was scoreless until the 13th inning
1988AL 2, NL 1Cincinnati (Riverfront Stadium)Terry SteinbachSteinbach’s first All-Star Game, home run in first at-bat
1989AL 5, NL 3Anaheim (Anaheim Stadium)Bo JacksonJackson’s monster home run (448 ft) stole the show
1990AL 2, NL 0Chicago (Wrigley Field)Julio FrancoGame marred by rain delays; NL only had two hits
1991AL 4, NL 2Toronto (SkyDome)Cal Ripken, Jr.Ryne Sandberg’s double was the first extra-base hit for NL since 1987
1992AL 13, NL 6San Diego (Jack Murphy Stadium)Ken Griffey, Jr.Not Tom Glavine’s best: Seven hits allowed in the first
1993AL 9, NL 3Baltimore (Camden Yards)Kirby PuckettPuckett’s second-inning homer was his only as an All-Star
1994NL 8, AL 7Pittsburgh (Three Rivers Stadium)Fred McGriffThirty-nine-year-old Ozzie Smith dazzles with a catch
1995NL 3, AL 2Arlington (The Ballpark at Arlington)Jeff ConineHRs by Conine, Biggio and Piazza account for all NL hits
1996NL 6, AL 0Philadelphia (Veterans Stadium)Mike PiazzaPitchers combined to issue no walks
1997AL 3, NL 1Cleveland (Jacobs Field)Sandy Alomar, Jr.Randy Johnson’s fireball causes Larry Walker to switch sides
1998AL 13, NL 8Denver (Coors Field)Roberto AlomarIn the summer of Mac ‘n Sosa, Bonds, ARod and Alomar go deep
1999AL 4, NL 1Boston (Fenway Park)Pedro MartinezPregame Team of the Century ceremony leaves few dry eyes
2000AL 6, NL 3Atlanta (Turner Field)Derek JeterKen Griffey, Jr. fails to three-peat HR Derby; sits out All-Star Game
2001AL 4, NL 1Seattle (Safeco Field)Cal Ripken, Jr.Baseball’s Iron Man hits a first-pitch home run in the third inning
2002AL 7, NL 7Milwaukee (Miller Park)(No MVP; tie game)If not for the sour ending, Torii Hunter’s rob of Barry Bonds is the talker
2003AL 7, NL 6Chicago (U.S. Cellular Field)Garret AndersonRenteria, Edmonds, Pujols bat 1-2-3 for the NL
2004AL 9, NL 4Houston (Minute Maid Park)Alfonso SorianoAL lineup hits for the cycle in the first inning
2005AL 7, NL 5Detroit (Comerica Park)Miguel TejadaTiexiera’s 25 HRs came lefthanded, until he hit one righty in Detroit
2006AL 3, NL 2Pittsburgh (PNC Park)Michael YoungBrad Penny kicked off the game by striking out the AL side
2007AL 5, NL 4San Francisco (AT&T Park)Ichiro SuzukiNo splashdown here: Ichiro’s inside-the-park home run is a first
2008AL 4, NL 3New York (Yankee Stadium)J.D. DrewFifteen inning game took a whopping 4 hours, 50 minutes
2009AL 4, NL 3St. Louis (Busch Stadium)Carl CrawfordAfter Barack Obama’s first pitch, the pros finished in a tidy 2:31
2010NL 3, AL 1Anaheim (Angel Stadium)Brian McCannThe Nationals’ Matt Capps earns the win, later traded to Twins
2011NL 5, AL 1Phoenix (Chase Field)Prince FielderEighty-four players(!!) none more memorable than Heath ‘Slide’ Bell
2012NL 8, AL 0Kansas City (Kauffman Stadium)Melky CabreraTony La Russa returns to manage the NL after retirement
2013AL 3, NL 0New York (Citi Field)Mariano RiveraThe “home” team will come to Target Field without a run scored in 19 innings
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