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The 2004 All-Star Game was held on Tuesday, July 13, 2004. The American League won the seventy-fifth midsummer classic by a score of 9 to 4. The game was held at Minute Maid Park in Houston, TX in front of 41886 fans. The MVP was Alfonso Soriano of the Rangers.

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[edit] The Teams

[edit] American League

The American League team was led by manager Joe Torre and undetermined coaches.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Ron Belliard Cleveland Indians 2B
Hank Blalock Texas Rangers 3B
Francisco Cordero Texas Rangers P
Carl Crawford Tampa Bay Devil Rays OF
Jason Giambi New York Yankees 1B Fan's Selection
Tom Gordon New York Yankees P
Vladimir Guerrero Anaheim Angels OF Fan's Selection
Carlos Guillen Detroit Tigers SS
Ken Harvey Kansas City Royals 1B
Tim Hudson Oakland Athletics P replaced due to injury
Derek Jeter New York Yankees SS Fan's Selection
Matt Lawton Cleveland Indians OF
Ted Lilly Toronto Blue Jays P
Esteban Loaiza Chicago White Sox P
Victor Martinez Cleveland Indians C
Hideki Matsui New York Yankees OF Final Man
Mark Mulder Oakland Athletics P Fan's Selection
Joe Nathan Minnesota Twins P
David Ortiz Boston Red Sox 1B
Manny Ramirez Boston Red Sox OF Fan's Selection
Mariano Rivera New York Yankees P
Alex Rodriguez New York Yankees 3B Fan's Selection
Francisco Rodriguez Anaheim Angels P
Ivan Rodriguez Detroit Tigers C Fan's Selection
Kenny Rogers Texas Rangers P
C.C. Sabathia Cleveland Indians P
Curt Schilling Boston Red Sox P replaced due to injury
Gary Sheffield New York Yankees OF
Alfonso Soriano Texas Rangers 2B Fan's Selection
Ichiro Suzuki Seattle Mariners OF Fan's Selection
Miguel Tejada Baltimore Orioles SS
Javier Vazquez New York Yankees P replaced Hudson
Jake Westbrook Cleveland Indians P replaced Schilling
Michael Young Texas Rangers SS

[edit] National League

The National League team was led by manager Jack McKeon and undetermined coaches.

Player Team Position Selection Notes
Bobby Abreu Philadelphia Phillies OF Final Man
Moises Alou Chicago Cubs OF
Carlos Beltran Houston Astros OF replaced Griffey
Armando Benitez Florida Marlins P
Lance Berkman Houston Astros OF
Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants OF Fan's Selection
Miguel Cabrera Florida Marlins OF
Sean Casey Cincinnati Reds 1B replaced due to injury
Roger Clemens Houston Astros P Fan's Selection
Johnny Estrada Atlanta Braves C
Eric Gagne Los Angeles Dodgers P
Tom Glavine New York Mets P
Danny Graves Cincinnati Reds P
Ken Griffey, Jr. Cincinnati Reds OF Fan's Selection replaced due to injury
Todd Helton Colorado Rockies 1B
Livan Hernandez Montreal Expos P
Randy Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks P
Jeff Kent Houston Astros 2B Fan's Selection
Danny Kolb Milwaukee Brewers P
Barry Larkin Cincinnati Reds SS
Paul Lo Duca Los Angeles Dodgers C replaced Casey
Mark Loretta San Diego Padres 2B
Mike Lowell Florida Marlins 3B
Carl Pavano Florida Marlins P
Mike Piazza New York Mets C Fan's Selection
Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals 1B 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
Ben Sheets Milwaukee Brewers P
Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs OF Fan's Selection
Jim Thome Philadelphia Phillies 1B
Jack Wilson Pittsburgh Pirates SS
Carlos Zambrano Chicago Cubs P

[edit] The Game

[edit] Starting Lineups

American League Batting
Order
National League
Player Position Team Player Position Team
Ichiro Suzuki OF Seattle Mariners 1 Edgar Renteria SS St. Louis Cardinals
Ivan Rodriguez C Detroit Tigers 2 Albert Pujols 1B St. Louis Cardinals
Vladimir Guerrero OF Anaheim Angels 3 Barry Bonds OF San Francisco Giants
Manny Ramirez OF Boston Red Sox 4 Scott Rolen 3B St. Louis Cardinals
Alex Rodriguez SS New York Yankees 5 Sammy Sosa OF Chicago Cubs
Jason Giambi 1B New York Yankees 6 Mike Piazza C New York Mets
Derek Jeter SS New York Yankees 7 Lance Berkman OF Houston Astros
Alfonso Soriano 2B Texas Rangers 8 Jeff Kent 2B Houston Astros
Mark Mulder P Oakland Athletics 9 Roger Clemens P Houston Astros

[edit] Line Score

July 13, 2004 at Minute Maid Park (41886), night game - Retrosheet Boxscore

League 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
American 6 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 9 14 0
National 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 9 1

Pitchers

American: Mark Mulder (W) - Esteban Loaiza - C.C. Sabathia - Javier Vazquez - Ted Lilly - Joe Nathan - Tom Gordon - Francisco Rodriguez - Mariano Rivera

National: Roger Clemens (L) - Danny Kolb - Randy Johnson - Carlos Zambrano - Carl Pavano - Tom Glavine - Ben Sheets - Eric Gagne

Home Runs

American: Manny Ramirez (1st), Alfonso Soriano (1st), David Ortiz (6th)

National: None

Umpires

HP: Ed Montague, 1B: John Hirschbeck, 2B: Doug Eddings, 3B: Jim Reynolds, LF: Marvin Hudson, RF: Sam Holbrook

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