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MLB ALL STAR GAME RESULTS & MVPs

Year

Winner

Host City

 

 

 

1933

American, 4-2

Chicago (AL)

1934

American, 9-7

New York (NL)

1935

American, 4-1

Cleveland

1936

National, 4-3

Boston (NL)

1937

American, 8-3

Washington

1938

National, 4-1

Cincinnati

1939

American, 3-1

New York (AL)

1940

National, 4-0

St. Louis (NL)

1941

American, 7-5

Detroit

1942

American, 3-1

New York (NL)

1943

American, 5-3

Philadelphia (AL)

1944

National, 7-1

Pittsburgh

1945

Game not Played

 WWII

1946

American, 12-0

Boston (AL)

1947

American, 2-1

Chicago (NL)

1948

American, 5-2

St. Louis (AL)

1949

American, 11-7

Brooklyn

1950

National, 4-3 (14)

Chicago (AL)

1951

National, 8-3

Detroit

1952

National, 3-2 (5, rain)

Philadelphia (NL)

1953

National, 5-1

Cincinnati

1954

American, 11-9

Cleveland

1955

National, 6-5 (12)

Milwaukee

1956

National, 7-3

Washington

1957

American, 6-5

St. Louis

1958

American, 4-3

Baltimore

1959

National, 5-4

Pittsburgh

1959

American, 5-3

Los Angeles

1960

National, 5-3

Kansas City

1960

National, 6-0

New York

1961

National, 5-4 (10)

San Francisco

1961

Tie, 1-1 (9, rainout)

Boston

1962

National, 3-1

Washington

MVP Honors...

Maury Wills, Los Angeles (NL), SS

1962

American, 9-4

Chicago (NL)

Leon Wagner, Los Angeles (AL), OF

1963

National, 5-3

Cleveland

Willie Mays, San Francisco, OF

1964

National, 7-4

New York (NL)

Johnny Callison, Philadelphia, OF

1965

National, 6-5

Minnesota

Juan Marichal, San Francisco, P

1966

National, 2-1 (10)

St. Louis

Brooks Robinson, Baltimore, 3B

1967

National, 2-1 (15)

California

Tony Perez, Cincinnati, 3B

1968

National, 1-0

Houston

Willie Mays, San Francisco, OF

1969

National, 9-3

Washington

Willie McCovey, San Francisco, 1B

1970

National, 5-4 (12)

Cincinnati

Carl Yastrzemski, Boston, OF-1B

1971

American, 6-4

Detroit

Frank Robinson, Baltimore, OF

1972

National, 4-3 (10)

Atlanta

Joe Morgan, Cincinnati, 2B

1973

National, 7-1

Kansas

Bobby Bonds, San Francisco, OF

1974

National, 7-2

Pittsburgh

Steve Garvey, Los Angeles, 1B

1975

National, 6-3

Milwaukee

Bill Madlock, Chicago (NL), 3B and Jon Matlack, New York (NL), P

1976

National, 7-1

Philadelphia

George Foster, Cincinnati, OF

1977

National, 7-5

New York (AL)

Don Sutton, Los Angeles, P

1978

National, 7-3

San Diego

Steve Garvey, Los Angeles, 1B

1979

National, 7-6

Seattle

Dave Parker, Pittsburgh, OF

1980

National, 4-2

Los Angeles

Ken Griffey, Cincinnati, OF

1981

National, 5-4

Cleveland

Gary Carter, Montreal, C

1982

National, 4-1

Montreal

Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati, SS

1983

American, 13-3

Chicago (AL)

Fred Lynn, California, OF

1984

National, 3-1

San Francisco

Gary Carter, Montreal, C

1985

National, 6-1

Minnesota

LaMarr Hoyt, San Diego, P

1986

American, 3-2

Houston

Roger Clemens, Boston, P

1987

National, 2-0 (13)

Oakland

Tim Raines, Montreal, OF

1988

American, 2-1

Cincinnati

Terry Steinbach, Oakland, C

1989

American, 5-3

California

Bo Jackson, Kansas City, OF

1990

American, 2-0

Chicago (NL)

Julio Franco, Texas, 2B

1991

American, 4-2

Toronto

Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore, SS

1992

American, 13-6

San Diego

Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle, OF

1993

American, 9-3

Baltimore

Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, OF

1994

National, 8-7 (10)

Pittsburgh

Fred McGriff, Atlanta, 1B

1995

National, 3-2

Texas

Jeff Conine, Florida, PH

1996

National, 6-0

Philadelphia

Mike Piazza, Los Angeles, C

1997

American, 3-1

Cleveland

Sandy Alomar Jr., Cleveland, C

1998

American, 13-8

Colorado

Roberto Alomar, Baltimore, 2B

1999

American, 4-1

Boston

Pedro Martinez, Boston, P

2000

American, 6-3

Atlanta

Derek Jeter, New York (AL), SS

2001

American, 4-1

Seattle

Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore, SS

2002

7-7 tie, 11 innings

Milwaukee

No Selection

2003

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MLB HOME RUN DERBY WINNERS

 Year

Winner

 

 

1985

Dave Parker

1986

Darryl Strawberry
Wally Joyner

1987

Andre Dawson

1988

Rained Out

1989

Eric Davis
Ruben Sierra

1990

Ryne Sandberg

1991

Cal Ripken, Jr.

1992

Mark McGwire

1993

Juan Gonzalez

1994

Ken Griffey, Jr.

1995

Frank Thomas

1996

Barry Bonds

1997

Tino Martinez

1998

Ken Griffey, Jr.

1999

Ken Griffey, Jr.

2000

Sammy Sosa

2001

Luis Gonzalez

2002

Jason Giambi

2003

Garret Anderson

2004

Miguel Tejada

2005

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2006

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2007

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2008

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