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The Second 1961 All-Star Game was held on Monday, July 31, 1961, the thirty-first midsummer classic ended in a 1-1 tie after 9 innings when it was called due to rain. won the by a score of The game was held at Fenway Park in Boston, MA in front of 31,851 fans.





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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Paul Richards and coaches Jimmy Adair and Mike Higgins.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Luis Aparicio Chicago White Sox SS
Luis Arroyo New York Yankees P did not play
Yogi Berra New York Yankees OF-C did not play
Jackie Brandt Baltimore Orioles OF did not play
Jim Bunning Detroit Tigers P Fan's Selection
Norm Cash Detroit Tigers 1B Fan's Selection
Rocky Colavito Detroit Tigers OF Fan's Selection
Dick Donovan Washington Senators P did not play
Whitey Ford New York Yankees P did not play
Nellie Fox Chicago White Sox 2B did not play
Tito Francona Cleveland Indians OF-1B did not play
Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles 1B did not play
Elston Howard New York Yankees C
Dick Howser Kansas City Athletics 3B did not play
Al Kaline Detroit Tigers OF
Harmon Killebrew Minnesota Twins 3B did not play
Tony Kubek New York Yankees SS Fan's Selection replaced due to injury
Barry Latman Cleveland Indians P did not play
Mickey Mantle New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Roger Maris New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Ken McBride Los Angeles Angels P did not play
Camilo Pascual Minnesota Twins P
Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles 3B Fan's Selection
Johnny Romano Cleveland Indians C Fan's Selection
Don Schwall Boston Red Sox P
Roy Sievers Chicago White Sox 1B
Bill Skowron New York Yankees 1B did not play
Johnny Temple Cleveland Indians 2B Fan's Selection
Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles P did not play

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Danny Murtaugh and coaches Chuck Dressen and El Tappe.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves OF Fan's Selection
George Altman Chicago Cubs OF
Ed Bailey San Francisco Giants C did not play
Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs SS
Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves 2B Fan's Selection
Ken Boyer St. Louis Cardinals 3B did not play
Smoky Burgess Pittsburgh Pirates C Fan's Selection
Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants OF
Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates OF Fan's Selection
Don Drysdale Los Angeles Dodgers P did not play
Roy Face Pittsburgh Pirates P did not play
Joey Jay Cincinnati Reds P did not play
Eddie Kasko Cincinnati Reds SS
Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers P
Art Mahaffey Philadelphia Phillies P
Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves 3B Fan's Selection
Willie Mays San Francisco Giants OF Fan's Selection
Mike McCormick San Francisco Giants P did not play
Stu Miller San Francisco Giants P
Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals OF
Bob Purkey Cincinnati Reds P Fan's Selection
Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds OF did not play
Johnny Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers C
Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves P did not play
Dick Stuart Pittsburgh Pirates 1B
Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 1B Fan's Selection
Maury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers SS Fan's Selection
Don Zimmer Chicago Cubs 2B did not play

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

National League Batting
Order
American League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Maury Wills SS Los Angeles Dodgers 1 Norm Cash 1B Detroit Tigers
Eddie Mathews 3B Milwaukee Braves 2 Rocky Colavito OF Detroit Tigers
Willie Mays OF San Francisco Giants 3 Al Kaline OF Detroit Tigers
Orlando Cepeda OF San Francisco Giants 4 Mickey Mantle OF New York Yankees
Roberto Clemente OF Pittsburgh Pirates 5 Johnny Romano C Cleveland Indians
Bill White 1B St. Louis Cardinals 6 Luis Aparicio SS Chicago White Sox
Frank Bolling 2B Milwaukee Braves 7 Johnny Temple 2B Cleveland Indians
Smoky Burgess C Pittsburgh Pirates 8 Brooks Robinson 3B Baltimore Orioles
Bob Purkey P Cincinnati Reds 9 Jim Bunning P Detroit Tigers

[edit] Line Score

July 31, 1961 at Fenway Park (31851), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore

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

Pitchers

National: Bob Purkey - Art Mahaffey - Sandy Koufax - Stu Miller

American: Jim Bunning - Don Schwall - Camilo Pascual

Home Runs

National: None

American: Rocky Colavito (1st)

Umpires

HP: Larry Napp (AL), 1B: Frank Secory (NL), 2B: Red Flaherty (AL), 3B: Ed Sudol (NL), LF: Al Smith (AL), RF: Chris Pelekoudas (NL)

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