1967 All-Star Game
The 1967 All-Star Game was played on Tuesday, July 11, 1967. The National League won the thirty-eighth midsummer classic by a score of 2 to 1 in 15 innings, the longest All-Star Game to date. The game was played at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, CA in front of 46,309 fans. The MVP was Tony Perez of the Cincinnati Reds.
The American League team was led by manager Hank Bauer and coaches Bill Rigney and Eddie Stanky.
The National League team was led by manager Walter Alston and coaches Herman Franks and Harry Walker.
|Lou Brock||OF||St. Louis Cardinals||1||Brooks Robinson||3B||Baltimore Orioles|
|Roberto Clemente||OF||Pittsburgh Pirates||2||Rod Carew||2B||Minnesota Twins|
|Hank Aaron||OF||Atlanta Braves||3||Tony Oliva||OF||Minnesota Twins|
|Orlando Cepeda||1B||St. Louis Cardinals||4||Harmon Killebrew||1B||Minnesota Twins|
|Dick Allen||3B||Philadelphia Phillies||5||Tony Conigliaro||OF||Boston Red Sox|
|Joe Torre||C||Atlanta Braves||6||Carl Yastrzemski||OF||Boston Red Sox|
|Bill Mazeroski||2B||Pittsburgh Pirates||7||Bill Freehan||C||Detroit Tigers|
|Gene Alley||SS||Pittsburgh Pirates||8||Rico Petrocelli||SS||Boston Red Sox|
|Juan Marichal||P||San Francisco Giants||9||Dean Chance||P||Minnesota Twins|
July 11, 1967 at Anaheim Stadium (46309), day game - Retrosheet Boxscore
National: Juan Marichal - Fergie Jenkins - Bob Gibson - Chris Short - Mike Cuellar - Don Drysdale (W) - Tom Seaver
American: Dean Chance - Jim McGlothlin - Gary Peters - Al Downing - Catfish Hunter (L)
National: Dick Allen (2nd), Tony Perez (15th)
American: Brooks Robinson (6th)
HP: Ed Runge (AL), 1B: Frank Secory (NL), 2B: Lou DiMuro (AL), 3B: Ken Burkhart (NL), LF: Emmett Ashford (AL), RF: Chris Pelekoudas (NL)
|Major League Baseball's All-Star Game
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