1946 All-Star Game
The 1946 All-Star Game was held on Tuesday, July 9, 1946. The American League won the thirteenth midsummer classic by a score of 12 to 0. The game was held at Fenway Park in Boston, MA in front of 34,906 fans.
The American League team was led by manager Steve O'Neill and coaches Art Mills and Luke Sewell.
The National League team was led by manager Charlie Grimm and coaches Bill McKechnie and Billy Southworth.
|Red Schoendienst||2B||St. Louis Cardinals||1||Dom DiMaggio||OF||Boston Red Sox|
|Stan Musial||OF||St. Louis Cardinals||2||Johnny Pesky||SS||Boston Red Sox|
|Johnny Hopp||OF||Boston Braves||3||Ted Williams||OF||Boston Red Sox|
|Dixie Walker||OF||Brooklyn Dodgers||4||Charlie Keller||OF||New York Yankees|
|Whitey Kurowski||3B||St. Louis Cardinals||5||Bobby Doerr||2B||Boston Red Sox|
|Johnny Mize||1B||New York Giants||6||Mickey Vernon||1B||Washington Senators|
|Walker Cooper||C||New York Giants||7||Ken Keltner||3B||Cleveland Indians|
|Marty Marion||SS||St. Louis Cardinals||8||Frankie Hayes||C||Cleveland Indians|
|Claude Passeau||P||Chicago Cubs||9||Bob Feller||P||Cleveland Indians|
July 9, 1946 at Fenway Park (34906), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore
National: Claude Passeau (L) - Kirby Higbe - Ewell Blackwell - Rip Sewell
American: Bob Feller (W) - Hal Newhouser - Jack Kramer
American: Charlie Keller (1st), Ted Williams (4th), Ted Williams (8th)
HP: Bill Summers (AL), 1B: Dusty Boggess (NL), 2B: Eddie Rommel (AL), 3B: Larry Goetz (NL)
- Andrew Mearns: "Let's watch Ted Williams homer off an eephus pitch at the 1946 All-Star Game", "Cut4", mlb.com, November 14, 2017. 
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