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The 1935 All-Star Game was held on Monday, July 8, 1935. The American League won the third midsummer classic by a score of 4 to 1. The game was held at Cleveland Stadium in Cleveland, OH in front of 69812 fans, which would stand as the most attended all-star game for 46 years.


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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Mickey Cochrane and coaches Del Baker and Rogers Hornsby.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Earl Averill Cleveland Indians OF replaced due to injury
Ossie Bluege Washington Senators 3B
Tommy Bridges Detroit Tigers P did not play
Ben Chapman New York Yankees OF
Mickey Cochrane Detroit Tigers C did not play
Doc Cramer Philadelphia Athletics OF replaced Averill
Joe Cronin Boston Red Sox SS Fan's Selection
Rick Ferrell Boston Red Sox C did not play
Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia Athletics 3B Fan's Selection
Lou Gehrig New York Yankees 1B Fan's Selection
Charlie Gehringer Detroit Tigers 2B Fan's Selection
Lefty Gomez New York Yankees P Fan's Selection
Lefty Grove Boston Red Sox P did not play
Mel Harder Cleveland Indians P
Rollie Hemsley St. Louis Browns C Fan's Selection
Indian Bob Johnson Philadelphia Athletics OF Fan's Selection
Buddy Myer Washington Senators 2B did not play
Schoolboy Rowe Detroit Tigers P did not play
Al Simmons Chicago White Sox OF Fan's Selection
Joe Vosmik Cleveland Indians OF Fan's Selection
Sam West St. Louis Browns OF did not play

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Frankie Frisch and coaches Chuck Dressen and Charlie Grimm.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Wally Berger Boston Braves OF Fan's Selection
Ripper Collins St. Louis Cardinals 1B
Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals P
Paul Derringer Cincinnati Reds P
Frankie Frisch St. Louis Cardinals 2B did not play
Gabby Hartnett Chicago Cubs C
Billy Herman Chicago Cubs 2B Fan's Selection
Carl Hubbell New York Giants P did not play
Gus Mancuso New York Giants C
Pepper Martin St. Louis Cardinals 3B Fan's Selection
Joe Medwick St. Louis Cardinals OF Fan's Selection
Jo-Jo Moore New York Giants OF
Mel Ott New York Giants OF Fan's Selection
Hal Schumacher New York Giants P
Bill Terry New York Giants 1B Fan's Selection
Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates SS Fan's Selection
Bill Walker St. Louis Cardinals P Fan's Selection
Paul Waner Pittsburgh Pirates OF
Burgess Whitehead St. Louis Cardinals 2B
Jimmie Wilson Philadelphia Phillies C Fan's Selection

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

National League Batting
Order
American League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Pepper Martin 3B St. Louis Cardinals 1 Joe Vosmik OF Cleveland Indians
Arky Vaughan SS Pittsburgh Pirates 2 Charlie Gehringer 2B Detroit Tigers
Mel Ott OF New York Giants 3 Lou Gehrig 1B New York Yankees
Joe Medwick OF St. Louis Cardinals 4 Jimmie Foxx 3B Philadelphia Athletics
Bill Terry 1B New York Giants 5 Indian Bob Johnson OF Philadelphia Athletics
Wally Berger OF Boston Braves 6 Al Simmons OF Chicago White Sox
Billy Herman 2B Chicago Cubs 7 Rollie Hemsley C St. Louis Browns
Jimmie Wilson C Philadelphia Phillies 8 Joe Cronin SS Boston Red Sox
Bill Walker P St. Louis Cardinals 9 Lefty Gomez P New York Yankees

[edit] Line Score

July 8, 1935 at Cleveland Stadium (69812), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore

League 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1
American 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 x 4 8 0

Pitchers

National: Bill Walker (L) - Hal Schumacher - Paul Derringer - Dizzy Dean

American: Lefty Gomez (W) - Mel Harder

Home Runs

National: None

American: Jimmie Foxx (1st)

Umpires

HP: Red Ormsby (AL), 1B: George Magerkurth (NL), 2B: Harry Geisel (AL), 3B: Ziggy Sears (NL)

Lefty Gomez of the New York Yankees started his third straight All-Star Game for the American League and pitched six innings to earn his second win. Jimmie Foxx of the Philadelphia Athletics had two hits (including a home run) and drove in three runs to lead the AL to a 4-1 victory.

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