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The 1947 All-Star Game was held on Tuesday, July 8, 1947. The American League won the fourteenth midsummer classic by a score of 2 to 1. The game was held at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL in front of 41,123 fans.





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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Joe Cronin and coaches Del Baker and Steve O'Neill.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Luke Appling Chicago White Sox SS
Lou Boudreau Cleveland Indians SS Fan's Selection
Spud Chandler New York Yankees P did not play
Joe DiMaggio New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Bobby Doerr Boston Red Sox 2B
Bob Feller Cleveland Indians P replaced due to injury
Joe Gordon Cleveland Indians 2B Fan's Selection
Jim Hegan Cleveland Indians C did not play
Tommy Henrich New York Yankees OF replaced Keller
Billy Johnson New York Yankees 3B
George Kell Detroit Tigers 3B Fan's Selection
Charlie Keller New York Yankees OF replaced due to injury
Jack Kramer St. Louis Browns P did not play
Buddy Lewis Washington Senators OF Fan's Selection
Walt Masterson Washington Senators P
George McQuinn New York Yankees 1B Fan's Selection
Pat Mullin Detroit Tigers OF did not play
Hal Newhouser Detroit Tigers P Fan's Selection
Joe Page New York Yankees P
Aaron Robinson New York Yankees C did not play
Buddy Rosar Philadelphia Athletics C Fan's Selection
Spec Shea New York Yankees P
Stan Spence Washington Senators OF
Dizzy Trout Detroit Tigers P did not play
Ted Williams Boston Red Sox OF Fan's Selection
Early Wynn Washington Senators P replaced Feller, did not play
Rudy York Chicago White Sox 1B did not play

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Eddie Dyer and coaches Ben Chapman and Mel Ott.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Ewell Blackwell Cincinnati Reds P Fan's Selection
Ralph Branca Brooklyn Dodgers P did not play
Harry Brecheen St. Louis Cardinals P
Phil Cavarretta Chicago Cubs OF
Walker Cooper New York Giants C Fan's Selection
Bruce Edwards Brooklyn Dodgers C
Bob Elliott Boston Braves 3B Fan's Selection replaced due to injury
Frankie Gustine Pittsburgh Pirates 3B
Bert Haas Cincinnati Reds OF
Whitey Kurowski St. Louis Cardinals 3B replaced Elliott
Marty Marion St. Louis Cardinals SS
Willard Marshall New York Giants OF
Phil Masi Boston Braves C
Eddie Miller Cincinnati Reds SS Fan's Selection replaced due to injury
Johnny Mize New York Giants 1B Fan's Selection
Red Munger St. Louis Cardinals P did not play
Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals 1B
Andy Pafko Chicago Cubs OF
Pee Wee Reese Brooklyn Dodgers SS replaced Miller
Schoolboy Rowe Philadelphia Phillies P
Johnny Sain Boston Braves P
Enos Slaughter St. Louis Cardinals OF Fan's Selection
Warren Spahn Boston Braves P
Eddie Stanky Brooklyn Dodgers 2B
Emil Verban Philadelphia Phillies 2B Fan's Selection
Dixie Walker Brooklyn Dodgers OF Fan's Selection
Harry Walker Philadelphia Phillies OF Fan's Selection

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

American League Batting
Order
National League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
George Kell 3B Detroit Tigers 1 Harry Walker OF Philadelphia Phillies
Buddy Lewis OF Washington Senators 2 Dixie Walker OF Brooklyn Dodgers
Ted Williams OF Boston Red Sox 3 Walker Cooper C New York Giants
Joe DiMaggio OF New York Yankees 4 Johnny Mize 1B New York Giants
Lou Boudreau SS Cleveland Indians 5 Enos Slaughter OF St. Louis Cardinals
George McQuinn 1B New York Yankees 6 Frankie Gustine 3B Pittsburgh Pirates
Joe Gordon 2B Cleveland Indians 7 Marty Marion SS St. Louis Cardinals
Buddy Rosar C Philadelphia Athletics 8 Emil Verban 2B Philadelphia Phillies
Hal Newhouser P Detroit Tigers 9 Ewell Blackwell P Cincinnati Reds

[edit] Line Score

July 8, 1947 at Wrigley Field (41123), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore

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

Pitchers

American: Hal Newhouser - Spec Shea (W) - Walt Masterson - Joe Page

National: Ewell Blackwell - Harry Brecheen - Johnny Sain (L) - Warren Spahn

Home Runs

American: None

National: Johnny Mize (4th)

Umpires

HP: Jocko Conlan (NL), 1B: Jim Boyer (AL), 2B: Butch Henline (NL), 3B: Art Passarella (AL)

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