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The Second 1962 All-Star Game was held on Monday, July 30, 1962. The American League won the thirty-third midsummer classic by a score of 9 to 4. The game was held at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL in front of 38359 fans. The MVP was Leon Wagner of the Angels.


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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Ralph Houk and coaches Hank Bauer and Bill Rigney.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Hank Aguirre Detroit Tigers P
Luis Aparicio Chicago White Sox SS Fan's Selection
Earl Battey Minnesota Twins C Fan's Selection
Yogi Berra New York Yankees C
Jim Bunning Detroit Tigers P did not play
Rocky Colavito Detroit Tigers OF
Dick Donovan Cleveland Indians P did not play
Jim Gentile Baltimore Orioles 1B Fan's Selection
Ray Herbert Chicago White Sox P replaced McBride
Elston Howard New York Yankees C
Jim Kaat Minnesota Twins P did not play
Al Kaline Detroit Tigers OF
Jim Landis Chicago White Sox OF replaced due to injury
Mickey Mantle New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection did not play
Roger Maris New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Ken McBride Los Angeles Angels P replaced due to injury
Billy Moran Los Angeles Angels 2B Fan's Selection
Milt Pappas Baltimore Orioles P
Camilo Pascual Minnesota Twins P did not play
Bobby Richardson New York Yankees 2B
Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles 3B
Rich Rollins Minnesota Twins 3B Fan's Selection
Johnny Romano Cleveland Indians C did not play
Pete Runnels Boston Red Sox 1B
Norm Siebern Kansas City Athletics 1B did not play
Dave Stenhouse Washington Senators P Fan's Selection
Ralph Terry New York Yankees P did not play
Lee Thomas Los Angeles Angels OF
Tom Tresh New York Yankees SS
Leon Wagner Los Angeles Angels OF Fan's Selection
Hoyt Wilhelm Baltimore Orioles P replaced due to injury

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Fred Hutchinson and coaches Harry Craft and Birdie Tebbetts.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves OF
George Altman Chicago Cubs OF
Richie Ashburn New York Mets OF
Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs 1B
Frank Bolling Milwaukee Braves 2B
Ken Boyer St. Louis Cardinals 3B Fan's Selection
Johnny Callison Philadelphia Phillies OF
Orlando Cepeda San Francisco Giants 1B Fan's Selection
Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates OF Fan's Selection
Del Crandall Milwaukee Braves C Fan's Selection
Jim Davenport San Francisco Giants 3B did not play
Tommy Davis Los Angeles Dodgers OF Fan's Selection
Turk Farrell Houston Colt .45s P
Bob Gibson St. Louis Cardinals P
Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates SS Fan's Selection
Art Mahaffey Philadelphia Phillies P
Juan Marichal San Francisco Giants P
Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves 3B
Willie Mays San Francisco Giants OF Fan's Selection
Bill Mazeroski Pittsburgh Pirates 2B Fan's Selection
Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals OF
Johnny Podres Los Angeles Dodgers P Fan's Selection
Bob Purkey Cincinnati Reds P did not play
Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds OF
Johnny Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers C
Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves P did not play
Billy Williams Chicago Cubs OF
Maury Wills Los Angeles Dodgers SS

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

American League Batting
Order
National League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Rich Rollins 3B Minnesota Twins 1 Dick Groat SS Pittsburgh Pirates
Billy Moran 2B Los Angeles Angels 2 Roberto Clemente OF Pittsburgh Pirates
Roger Maris OF New York Yankees 3 Willie Mays OF San Francisco Giants
Rocky Colavito OF Detroit Tigers 4 Orlando Cepeda 1B San Francisco Giants
Jim Gentile 1B Baltimore Orioles 5 Tommy Davis OF Los Angeles Dodgers
Earl Battey C Minnesota Twins 6 Ken Boyer 3B St. Louis Cardinals
Leon Wagner OF Los Angeles Angels 7 Del Crandall C Milwaukee Braves
Luis Aparicio SS Chicago White Sox 8 Bill Mazeroski 2B Pittsburgh Pirates
Dave Stenhouse P Washington Senators 9 Johnny Podres P Los Angeles Dodgers

[edit] Line Score

July 30, 1962 at Wrigley Field (38359), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore

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

Pitchers

American: Dave Stenhouse - Ray Herbert (W) - Hank Aguirre - Milt Pappas

National: Johnny Podres - Art Mahaffey (L) - Bob Gibson - Turk Farrell - Juan Marichal

Home Runs

American: Pete Runnels (3rd), Leon Wagner (4th), Rocky Colavito (7th)

National: Johnny Roseboro (9th)

Umpires

HP: Jocko Conlan (NL), 1B: Bill McKinley (AL), 2B: Ken Burkhart (NL), 3B: John Rice (AL), LF: Al Forman (NL), RF: Bill Kinnamon (AL)

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