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All-Star Game Report

Through The Years

July 11, 2001

1933 AL, 4-2

1934 AL, 9-7

1935 AL, 4-1

1936 NL, 4-3

1937 AL, 8-3

1938 NL, 4-1

1939 AL, 3-1

1940 NL, 4-0

1941 AL, 7-5

1942 AL, 3-1

1943 AL, 5-3

1944 NL, 7-1

1945 No Game

1946 AL, 12-0

1947 AL, 2-1

1948 AL, 5-2

1949 AL, 11-7

1950 NL, 4-3

1951 NL, 8-3

1952 NL, 3-2 (5 inn., rain)

1953 NL, 5-1

1954 AL, 11-9

1955 NL, 6-5 (12 inn.)

1956 NL, 7-3

1957 AL, 6-5

1958 AL, 4-3

1959 AL, 5-3

1959 NL, 5-4

1960 NL, 6-0

1960 NL, 5-3

1961 NL, 5-4

1961 Tied 1-1 (9 inn., rain)

Year Winner MVP

1962 AL, 9-4 Leon Wagner, Angels

1962 NL, 3-1 Maury Wills, Dodgers

1963 NL, 5-3 Willie Mays, San Francisco

1964 NL, 7-4 John Callison, Philadelphia

1965 NL, 6-5 Juan Marichal, San Francisco

1966 NL, 2-1 (10 inn.) Brooks Robinson, Baltimore

1967 NL, 2-1 (15 inn.) Tony Perez, Cincinnati

1968 NL, 1-0 Willie Mays, San Francisco

1969 NL, 9-3 Willie McCovey, San Francisco

1970 NL, 5-4 (12 inn.) Carl Yastrzemski, Boston

1971 AL, 6-4 Frank Robinson, Baltimore

1972 NL, 4-3 Joe Morgan, Cincinnati

1973 NL, 7-1 Bobby Bonds, San Francisco

1974 NL, 7-2 Steve Garvey, Dodgers

1975 NL, 6-3 Bill Madlock, Chicago Cubs and Jon Matlack, New York Mets

1976 NL, 7-1 George Foster, Cincinnati

1977 NL, 7-5 Don Sutton, Dodgers

1978 NL, 7-3 Steve Garvey, Dodgers

1979 NL, 7-6 Dave Parker, Pittsburgh

1980 NL, 4-2 Ken Griffey, Cincinnati

1981 NL, 5-4 Gary Carter, Montreal

1982 NL, 4-1 Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati

1983 AL, 13-3 Fred Lynn, Angels

1984 NL, 3-1 Gary Carter, Montreal

1985 NL, 6-1 LaMarr Hoyt, San Diego

1986 AL, 3-2 Roger Clemens, Boston

1987 NL, 2-0 (13 inn.) Tim Raines, Montreal

1988 AL, 2-1 Terry Steinbach, Oakland

1989 AL, 5-3 Bo Jackson, Kansas City

1991 AL, 4-2 Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore

1992 AL, 13-6 Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle

1993 AL, 9-3 Kirby Puckett, Minnesota

1994 NL, 8-7 (10 inn.) Fred McGriff, Atlanta

1995 NL, 3-2 Jeff Conine, Florida

1996 NL, 6-0 Mike Piazza, Dodgers

1997 AL, 3-1 Sandy Alomar Jr., Cleveland

1998 AL, 13-8 Roberto Alomar, Baltimore

1999 AL, 4-1 Pedro Martinez, Boston

2000 AL, 6-3 Derek Jeter, N.Y. Yankees

2001 AL, 4-1 Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore

2002 All-Star Game Miller Park, Milwaukee

2003 All-Star Game Comiskey Park, Chicago

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