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The Second 1960 All-Star Game was held on Wednesday, July 13, 1960. The National League won the twenty-ninth midsummer classic by a score of 6 to 0. The game was held at Yankee Stadium in New York, NY in front of 38,362 fans.





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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Al Lopez and coaches Tony Cuccinello and Don Gutteridge.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Luis Aparicio Chicago White Sox SS did not play
Gary Bell Cleveland Indians P
Yogi Berra New York Yankees C Fan's Selection
Jim Coates New York Yankees P did not play
Bud Daley Kansas City Athletics P did not play
Chuck Estrada Baltimore Orioles P did not play
Whitey Ford New York Yankees P Fan's Selection
Nellie Fox Chicago White Sox 2B
Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles 1B did not play
Ron Hansen Baltimore Orioles SS Fan's Selection
Elston Howard New York Yankees C did not play
Al Kaline Detroit Tigers OF
Harvey Kuenn Cleveland Indians OF
Frank Lary Detroit Tigers P
Jim Lemon Washington Senators OF replaced Pascual, did not play
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 New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Minnie Minoso Chicago White Sox OF Fan's Selection
Bill Monbouquette Boston Red Sox P did not play
Camilo Pascual Washington Senators P replaced due to injury
Vic Power Cleveland Indians 1B
Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles 3B
Pete Runnels Boston Red Sox 2B Fan's Selection
Bill Skowron New York Yankees 1B Fan's Selection
Al Smith Chicago White Sox OF
Gerry Staley Chicago White Sox P
Dick Stigman Cleveland Indians P did not play
Ted Williams Boston Red Sox OF
Early Wynn Chicago White Sox P

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Walt Alston and coaches Solly Hemus and Fred Hutchinson.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves OF Fan's Selection
Joe Adcock Milwaukee Braves 1B Fan's Selection
Ed Bailey Cincinnati Reds C
Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs SS Fan's Selection
Ken Boyer St. Louis Cardinals 3B
Bob Buhl Milwaukee Braves P did not play
Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates C
Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants OF
Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates OF
Del Crandall Milwaukee Braves C Fan's Selection
Roy Face Pittsburgh Pirates P did not play
Bob Friend Pittsburgh Pirates P did not play
Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates SS
Bill Henry Cincinnati Reds P
Larry Jackson St. Louis Cardinals P
Norm Larker Los Angeles Dodgers 1B
Vern Law Pittsburgh Pirates P Fan's Selection
Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves 3B Fan's Selection
Willie Mays San Francisco Giants OF Fan's Selection
Bill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 2B Fan's Selection
Mike McCormick San Francisco Giants P did not play
Lindy McDaniel St. Louis Cardinals P
Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals OF
Charlie Neal Los Angeles Dodgers 2B
Vada Pinson Cincinnati Reds OF Fan's Selection
Johnny Podres Los Angeles Dodgers P
Bob Skinner Pittsburgh Pirates OF
Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies 2B
Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 1B
Stan Williams Los Angeles Dodgers P

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

National League Batting
Order
American League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Willie Mays OF San Francisco Giants 1 Minnie Minoso OF Chicago White Sox
Bob Skinner OF Pittsburgh Pirates 2 Pete Runnels 2B Boston Red Sox
Hank Aaron OF Milwaukee Braves 3 Roger Maris OF New York Yankees
Ernie Banks SS Chicago Cubs 4 Mickey Mantle OF New York Yankees
Joe Adcock 1B Milwaukee Braves 5 Bill Skowron 1B New York Yankees
Eddie Mathews 3B Milwaukee Braves 6 Yogi Berra C New York Yankees
Bill Mazeroski 2B Pittsburgh Pirates 7 Frank Malzone 3B Boston Red Sox
Del Crandall C Milwaukee Braves 8 Ron Hansen SS Baltimore Orioles
Vern Law P Pittsburgh Pirates 9 Whitey Ford P New York Yankees

[edit] Line Score

July 13, 1960 at Yankee Stadium (38362), unknown start time - Retrosheet Boxscore

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

Pitchers

National: Vern Law (W) - Johnny Podres - Stan Williams - Larry Jackson - Bill Henry - Lindy McDaniel

American: Whitey Ford (L) - Early Wynn - Gerry Staley - Frank Lary - Gary Bell

Home Runs

National: Eddie Mathews (2nd), Willie Mays (3rd), Stan Musial (7th), Ken Boyer (9th)

American: None

Umpires

HP: Nestor Chylak (AL), 1B: Dusty Boggess (NL), 2B: Jim Honochick (AL), 3B: Tom Gorman (NL), LF: Johnny Stevens (AL), RF: Vinnie Smith (NL)

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