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The Triple-A All-Star Game has been held every year since 1988. The contest originally pitted the best Triple-A players from American League affiliated teams against the best of the National League affiliates. Once the American Association was dissolved through the Minor League Reorganization of 1998, the format changed to the International League versus the Pacific Coast League.

[edit] Results

Year Site, Host
City
Winning League Score Stars of Stars Notes
1988 Dunn Tire Park, Buffalo Bisons
Buffalo, NY
American League 2 - 1 Ed Jurak
1989 Cooper Stadium, Columbus Clippers
Columbus, OH
National League 8 - 3 Mark Lemke, Tom Drees & Scott Coolbaugh
1990 Cashman Field, Las Vegas Stars
Las Vegas, NV
National League 8 - 5 Luis Sojo, Eddie Williams & Juan Gonzalez
1991 Cardinal Stadium, Louisville Redbirds
Louisville, KY
National League 6 - 5 Gary Cooper, Steve Scarsone & Jim Olander
1992 The Diamond, Richmond Braves
Richmond, VA
American League 2 - 1 Sam Militello, Tim Salmon & Jim Tatum
1993 Albuquerque Sports Stadium, Albuquerque Dukes
Albuquerque, NM
National League 14 - 3 Ryan Klesko, Billy Ashley & Roy Smith
1994 Greer Stadium, Nashville Sounds
Nashville, TN
National League 8 - 5 Luis Lopez, Ray Durham & Paul Faries
1995 Lackawanna County Stadium, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons
Scranton, PA
American League 9 - 0 Luis Lopez, Howard Battle & Riccardo Ingram
1996 Franklin Covey Field, Salt Lake Buzz
Salt Lake City, UT
National League 2 - 1 Huck Flener, Todd Walker & Brook Fordyce
1997 Principal Park, Iowa Cubs
Des Moines, IA
American League 5 - 3 Frank Catalanotto, Nate Minchey & Magglio Ordonez
1998 Harbor Park, Norfolk Tides
Norfolk, VA
International League 8 - 4 Mike Lowell & Terry Shumpert
1999 Zephyr Field, New Orleans Zephyrs
New Orleans, LA
Pacific Coast League 9 - 5 Daryle Ward & Russell Branyan
2000 Frontier Field, Rochester Red Wings
Rochester, NY
Pacific Coast League 8 - 2 Joe Vitiello & Javier Delahoya
2001 Victory Field, Indianapolis Indians
Indianapolis, IN
Pacific Coast League 9 - 5 Adam Dunn & Juan Thomas
2002 AT&T Bricktown Ballpark, Oklahoma Redhawks
Oklahoma City, OK
Pacific Coast League 5 - 0 Jack Cust & Doug Linton
2003 Autozone Park, Memphis Redbirds
Memphis, TN
International League 13 - 9 Jason Jones & Johnny Estrada
2004 McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket Red Sox
Pawtucket, RI
International League 4 - 3 Danny Haren & Midre Cummings Andy Phillips was named Dodge MVP.
2005 Raley Field, Sacramento River Cats
Sacramento, CA
Pacific Coast League 11 - 5 Gerald Laird & Edwin Encarnacion
2006 Fifth Third Field, Toledo Mud Hens
Toledo, OH
International League 6 - 0 Kevin Witt & Rich Hill
2007 Isotopes Park, Albuquerque Isotopes
Albuquerque, NM
International League 7 -5 Timo Perez & Val Pascucci
2008 Louisville Slugger Field, Louisville Bats
Louisville, KY
Pacific Coast League 6 - 5 Andrew McCutchen & Matthew Brown
2009 PGE Park, Portland Beavers
Portland, OR
International League 6 - 5 Erik Kratz & Esteban German
2010 Coca-Cola Park, Lehigh Valley Ironpigs
Allentown, PA
International League 2 - 1 Chase Lambin & Thomas Diamond
2011 Franklin Covey Field, Salt Lake Bees
Salt Lake City, UT
International League 3 - 0 Russ Canzler & David Cooper
2012 Coca-Cola Field, Buffalo Bisons
Buffalo, NY
Pacific Coast League 3 - 0 Wil Myers & Matt Harvey
2013 Aces Ballpark, Reno Aces
Reno, NV
International League 4 - 3 Tony Sanchez & Michael Wacha
2014 Durham Bulls Athletic Park, Durham Bulls
Durham, NC
International League 7 - 3 Liam Hendriks & Chris Taylor

[edit] Lou Gehrig Awards

From 2000-2003 the leagues also awarded a Batter and Pitcher of the game awards.

Pitcher of the Game - Javier Delahoya

Pitcher of the Game - Ruben Quevedo

Pitcher of the Game - Aaron Myette

Pitcher of the Game - Sam Marsonek

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