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The Second 1959 All-Star Game was held on Monday, August 3, 1959. The American League won the twenty-seventh midsummer classic by a score of 5 to 3. The game was held at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA in front of 55,105 fans.





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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Casey Stengel and coaches Frankie Crosetti and Cookie Lavagetto.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Bob Allison Washington Senators OF did not play
Luis Aparicio Chicago White Sox SS Fan's Selection
Yogi Berra New York Yankees C Fan's Selection
Rocky Colavito Cleveland Indians OF
Bud Daley Kansas City Athletics P did not play
Ryne Duren New York Yankees P did not play
Nellie Fox Chicago White Sox 2B Fan's Selection
Elston Howard New York Yankees C-OF did not play
Al Kaline Detroit Tigers OF
Harmon Killebrew Washington Senators 3B did not play
Tony Kubek New York Yankees SS
Harvey Kuenn Detroit Tigers OF replaced due to injury
Sherm Lollar Chicago White Sox C
Frank Malzone Boston Red Sox 3B Fan's Selection
Mickey Mantle New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Roger Maris Kansas City Athletics OF Fan's Selection
Gil McDougald New York Yankees SS replaced due to injury
Cal McLish Cleveland Indians P
Minnie Minoso Cleveland Indians OF did not play
Billy O'Dell Baltimore Orioles P
Camilo Pascual Washington Senators P replaced due to injury
Vic Power Cleveland Indians 1B
Pedro Ramos Washington Senators P replaced Pascual, did not play
Bobby Richardson New York Yankees 2B did not play
Pete Runnels Boston Red Sox 2B Fan's Selection
Roy Sievers Washington Senators 1B did not play
Bill Skowron New York Yankees 1B replaced due to injury
Gus Triandos Baltimore Orioles C replaced due to injury
Jerry Walker Baltimore Orioles P Fan's Selection
Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles P
Ted Williams Boston Red Sox OF Fan's Selection
Gene Woodling Baltimore Orioles OF
Early Wynn Chicago White Sox P

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Fred Haney and coaches John Fitzpatrick and Billy Herman.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves OF Fan's Selection
Johnny Antonelli San Francisco Giants P did not play
Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs SS Fan's Selection
Ken Boyer St. Louis Cardinals 3B Fan's Selection
Lew Burdette Milwaukee Braves P did not play
Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates C
Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants 1B replaced due to injury
Gene Conley Philadelphia Phillies P
Del Crandall Milwaukee Braves C Fan's Selection
Joe Cunningham St. Louis Cardinals OF
Don Drysdale Los Angeles Dodgers P Fan's Selection
Don Elston Chicago Cubs P did not play
Roy Face Pittsburgh Pirates P
Jim Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers IF-OF
Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates SS
Sam Jones San Francisco Giants P
Johnny Logan Milwaukee Braves SS did not play
Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves 3B
Willie Mays San Francisco Giants OF Fan's Selection
Bill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 2B did not play
Vinegar Bend Mizell St. Louis Cardinals P replaced due to injury
Wally Moon Los Angeles Dodgers OF Fan's Selection
Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals 1B Fan's Selection
Charlie Neal Los Angeles Dodgers SS
Vada Pinson Cincinnati Redlegs OF
Frank Robinson Cincinnati Redlegs 1B
Hal Smith St. Louis Cardinals C
Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves P did not play
Johnny Temple Cincinnati Redlegs 2B Fan's Selection
Bill White St. Louis Cardinals OF replaced due to injury

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

American League Batting
Order
National League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Pete Runnels 2B Boston Red Sox 1 Johnny Temple 2B Cincinnati Redlegs
Nellie Fox 2B Chicago White Sox 2 Ken Boyer 3B St. Louis Cardinals
Ted Williams OF Boston Red Sox 3 Hank Aaron OF Milwaukee Braves
Yogi Berra C New York Yankees 4 Willie Mays OF San Francisco Giants
Mickey Mantle OF New York Yankees 5 Ernie Banks SS Chicago Cubs
Roger Maris OF Kansas City Athletics 6 Stan Musial 1B St. Louis Cardinals
Frank Malzone 3B Boston Red Sox 7 Wally Moon OF Los Angeles Dodgers
Luis Aparicio SS Chicago White Sox 8 Del Crandall C Milwaukee Braves
Jerry Walker P Baltimore Orioles 9 Don Drysdale P Los Angeles Dodgers

[edit] Line Score

August 3, 1959 at Memorial Coliseum (55105), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore

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

Pitchers

American: Jerry Walker (W) - Early Wynn - Hoyt Wilhelm - Billy O'Dell - Cal McLish (S)

National: Don Drysdale (L) - Gene Conley - Sam Jones - Roy Face

Home Runs

American: Frank Malzone (2nd), Yogi Berra (3rd), Rocky Colavito (8th)

National: Frank Robinson (5th), Jim Gilliam (7th)

Umpires

HP: Bill Jackowski (NL), 1B: Charlie Berry (AL), 2B: Tony Venzon (NL), 3B: Bill Summers (AL), LF: Ken Burkhart (NL), RF: Hank Soar (AL)

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