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The 1941 All-Star Game was held on Tuesday, July 8, 1941. The American League won the ninth midsummer classic by a score of 7 to 5. The game was held at Briggs Stadium in Detroit, MI in front of 54,674 fans.





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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Del Baker and coaches Art Fletcher and Merv Shea.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Luke Appling Chicago White Sox SS did not play
Al Benton Detroit Tigers P did not play
Lou Boudreau Cleveland Indians SS
Joe Cronin Boston Red Sox SS Fan's Selection
Roy Cullenbine St. Louis Browns OF
Bill Dickey New York Yankees C Fan's Selection
Dom DiMaggio Boston Red Sox OF
Joe DiMaggio New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Bobby Doerr Boston Red Sox 2B Fan's Selection
Bob Feller Cleveland Indians P Fan's Selection
Jimmie Foxx Boston Red Sox 1B
Joe Gordon New York Yankees 2B
Frankie Hayes Philadelphia Athletics C
Jeff Heath Cleveland Indians OF Fan's Selection
Sid Hudson Washington Senators P
Charlie Keller New York Yankees OF
Ken Keltner Cleveland Indians 3B
Thornton Lee Chicago White Sox P
Red Ruffing New York Yankees P did not play
Marius Russo New York Yankees P did not play
Eddie Smith Chicago White Sox P
Birdie Tebbetts Detroit Tigers C did not play
Cecil Travis Washington Senators 3B Fan's Selection
Ted Williams Boston Red Sox OF Fan's Selection
Rudy York Detroit Tigers 1B Fan's Selection

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Bill McKechnie and coaches Leo Durocher and Jim Wilson.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Cy Blanton Philadelphia Phillies P did not play
Dolph Camilli Brooklyn Dodgers 1B replaced due to injury
Harry Danning New York Giants C
Paul Derringer Cincinnati Reds P
Bob Elliott Pittsburgh Pirates OF
Lonny Frey Cincinnati Reds 2B Fan's Selection
Stan Hack Chicago Cubs 3B Fan's Selection
Billy Herman Brooklyn Dodgers 2B
Carl Hubbell New York Giants P did not play
Cookie Lavagetto Brooklyn Dodgers 3B
Hank Leiber Chicago Cubs OF replaced due to injury
Al Lopez Pittsburgh Pirates C
Frank McCormick Cincinnati Reds 1B replaced Camilli
Joe Medwick Brooklyn Dodgers OF replaced Leiber
Eddie Miller Boston Braves SS
Johnny Mize St. Louis Cardinals 1B Fan's Selection
Terry Moore St. Louis Cardinals OF Fan's Selection
Bill Nicholson Chicago Cubs OF Fan's Selection
Mel Ott New York Giants OF
Mickey Owen Brooklyn Dodgers C Fan's Selection
Claude Passeau Chicago Cubs P
Pete Reiser Brooklyn Dodgers OF Fan's Selection
Enos Slaughter St. Louis Cardinals OF
Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates SS Fan's Selection
Bucky Walters Cincinnati Reds P
Lon Warneke St. Louis Cardinals P did not play
Whit Wyatt Brooklyn Dodgers P Fan's Selection

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

National League Batting
Order
American League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Stan Hack 3B Chicago Cubs 1 Bobby Doerr 2B Boston Red Sox
Terry Moore OF St. Louis Cardinals 2 Cecil Travis 3B Washington Senators
Pete Reiser OF Brooklyn Dodgers 3 Joe DiMaggio OF New York Yankees
Johnny Mize 1B St. Louis Cardinals 4 Ted Williams OF Boston Red Sox
Bill Nicholson OF Chicago Cubs 5 Jeff Heath OF Cleveland Indians
Arky Vaughan SS Pittsburgh Pirates 6 Joe Cronin SS Boston Red Sox
Lonny Frey 2B Cincinnati Reds 7 Rudy York 1B Detroit Tigers
Mickey Owen C Brooklyn Dodgers 8 Bill Dickey C New York Yankees
Whit Wyatt P Brooklyn Dodgers 9 Bob Feller P Cleveland Indians

[edit] Line Score

July 8, 1941 at Briggs Stadium (54674), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore

League 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 5 10 2
American 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 7 11 3

Pitchers

National: Whit Wyatt - Paul Derringer - Bucky Walters - Claude Passeau (L)

American: Bob Feller - Thornton Lee - Sid Hudson - Eddie Smith (W)

Home Runs

National: Arky Vaughan (7th), Arky Vaughan (8th)

American: Ted Williams (9th)

Umpires

HP: Bill Summers (AL), 1B: Lou Jorda (NL), 2B: Bill Grieve (AL), 3B: Babe Pinelli (NL)

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