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The 2003 All-Star Game was held on Tuesday, July 15, 2003. The American League won the seventy-fourth midsummer classic by a score of 7 to 6. The game was held at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, IL in front of 47609 fans. The MVP was Garret Anderson of the Angels.





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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Mike Scioscia and coaches Ron Gardenhire and Jerry Manuel.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Garret Anderson Anaheim Angels OF
Hank Blalock Texas Rangers 3B
Bret Boone Seattle Mariners 2B
Lance Carter Tampa Bay Devil Rays P
Roger Clemens New York Yankees P replaced Zito
Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays 1B Fan's Selection
Brendan Donnelly Anaheim Angels P
Carl Everett Chicago White Sox DH
Keith Foulke Oakland Athletics P
Nomar Garciaparra Boston Red Sox SS
Jason Giambi New York Yankees 1B replaced Sweeney
Troy Glaus Anaheim Angels 3B Fan's Selection
Eddie Guardado Minnesota Twins P
Roy Halladay Toronto Blue Jays P
Shigetoshi Hasegawa Seattle Mariners P
Ramon Hernandez Oakland Athletics C
Esteban Loaiza Chicago White Sox P Fan's Selection
Mike MacDougal Kansas City Royals P
Edgar Martinez Seattle Mariners DH Fan's Selection
Hideki Matsui New York Yankees OF Fan's Selection
Melvin Mora Baltimore Orioles OF
Jamie Moyer Seattle Mariners P
Mark Mulder Oakland Athletics P
Magglio Ordonez Chicago White Sox OF replaced Ramirez
Jorge Posada New York Yankees C Fan's Selection
Manny Ramirez Boston Red Sox OF Fan's Selection replaced due to injury
Alex Rodriguez Texas Rangers SS Fan's Selection
C.C. Sabathia Cleveland Indians P
Alfonso Soriano New York Yankees 2B Fan's Selection
Ichiro Suzuki Seattle Mariners OF Fan's Selection
Mike Sweeney Kansas City Royals 1B replaced due to injury
Jason Varitek Boston Red Sox C Final Man
Vernon Wells Toronto Blue Jays OF
Dmitri Young Detroit Tigers OF
Barry Zito Oakland Athletics P unable to play due to injury

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Dusty Baker and coaches Tony LaRussa and Lloyd McClendon.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Armando Benitez New York Mets P
Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants OF Fan's Selection
Aaron Boone Cincinnati Reds 3B
Kevin Brown Los Angeles Dodgers P replaced due to injury
Luis Castillo Florida Marlins 2B replaced Giles
Shawn Chacon Colorado Rockies P replaced due to injury
Jim Edmonds St. Louis Cardinals OF
Rafael Furcal Atlanta Braves SS
Eric Gagne Los Angeles Dodgers P
Marcus Giles Atlanta Braves 2B Fan's Selection replaced due to injury
Luis Gonzalez Arizona Diamondbacks OF
Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 1B Fan's Selection
Geoff Jenkins Milwaukee Brewers OF Final Man
Andruw Jones Atlanta Braves OF
Paul Lo Duca Los Angeles Dodgers C
Javy Lopez Atlanta Braves C Fan's Selection
Mike Lowell Florida Marlins 3B
Russ Ortiz Atlanta Braves P
Mark Prior Chicago Cubs P
Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals OF Fan's Selection
Edgar Renteria St. Louis Cardinals SS Fan's Selection
Scott Rolen St. Louis Cardinals 3B Fan's Selection
Jason Schmidt San Francisco Giants P Fan's Selection
Richie Sexson Milwaukee Brewers 1B
Gary Sheffield Atlanta Braves OF Fan's Selection
John Smoltz Atlanta Braves P
Jose Vidro Montreal Expos 2B
Billy Wagner Houston Astros P
Rondell White San Diego Padres OF
Mike Williams Pittsburgh Pirates P
Woody Williams St. Louis Cardinals P
Dontrelle Willis Florida Marlins P replaced Brown
Preston Wilson Colorado Rockies OF
Randy Wolf Philadelphia Phillies P
Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs P replaced Chacon

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

National League Batting
Order
American League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Edgar Renteria SS St. Louis Cardinals 1 Ichiro Suzuki OF Seattle Mariners
Jim Edmonds OF St. Louis Cardinals 2 Alfonso Soriano 2B New York Yankees
Albert Pujols OF St. Louis Cardinals 3 Carlos Delgado 1B Toronto Blue Jays
Barry Bonds OF San Francisco Giants 4 Alex Rodriguez SS Texas Rangers
Gary Sheffield OF Atlanta Braves 5 Garret Anderson OF Anaheim Angels
Todd Helton 1B Colorado Rockies 6 Edgar Martinez DH Seattle Mariners
Scott Rolen 3B St. Louis Cardinals 7 Hideki Matsui OF New York Yankees
Javy Lopez C Atlanta Braves 8 Troy Glaus 3B Anaheim Angels
Jose Vidro 2B Montreal Expos 9 Jorge Posada C New York Yankees
Jason Schmidt P San Francisco Giants SP Esteban Loaiza P Chicago White Sox

[edit] Line Score

July 15, 2003 at U.S. Cellular Field (47609), night game - Retrosheet Boxscore

League 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 6 11 1
American 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 x 7 9 0

Pitchers

National: Jason Schmidt - Randy Wolf - Kerry Wood - Russ Ortiz - Woody Williams - Billy Wagner - Eric Gagne (L)

American: Esteban Loaiza - Roger Clemens - Jamie Moyer - Shigetoshi Hasegawa - Eddie Guardado - Mark Mulder - Brendan Donnelly (W) - Keith Foulke (S)

Home Runs

National: Todd Helton (5th), Andruw Jones (7th)

American: Garret Anderson (6th), Jason Giambi (7th), Hank Blalock (8th)

Umpires

HP: Tim McClelland, 1B: Larry Young, 2B: Gary Darling, 3B: Gary Cederstrom, LF: Mark Carlson, RF: Bill Welke


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