1970 All-Star Game
The 1970 All-Star Game was played on Tuesday, July 14, 1970. The National League won the forty-first midsummer classic by a score of 5 to 4 in 12 innings. The game was played at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, OH in front of 51,838 fans. The MVP was Carl Yastrzemski of the Boston Red Sox, despite not being on the winning team.
The American League team was led by manager Earl Weaver and coaches Ralph Houk and Lefty Phillips.
The National League team was led by manager Gil Hodges and coaches Leo Durocher and Lum Harris.
|Luis Aparicio||SS||Chicago White Sox||1||Willie Mays||OF||San Francisco Giants|
|Carl Yastrzemski||OF||Boston Red Sox||2||Dick Allen||1B||St. Louis Cardinals|
|Frank Robinson||OF||Baltimore Orioles||3||Hank Aaron||OF||Atlanta Braves|
|Boog Powell||1B||Baltimore Orioles||4||Tony Perez||3B||Cincinnati Reds|
|Harmon Killebrew||3B||Minnesota Twins||5||Rico Carty||OF||Atlanta Braves|
|Frank Howard||OF||Washington Senators||6||Johnny Bench||C||Cincinnati Reds|
|Davey Johnson||2B||Baltimore Orioles||7||Don Kessinger||SS||Chicago Cubs|
|Bill Freehan||C||Detroit Tigers||8||Glenn Beckert||2B||Chicago Cubs|
|Jim Palmer||P||Baltimore Orioles||9||Tom Seaver||P||New York Mets|
July 14, 1970 at Riverfront Stadium (51838), night game - Retrosheet Boxscore
American: Jim Palmer - Sam McDowell - Jim Perry - Catfish Hunter - Fritz Peterson - Mel Stottlemyre - Clyde Wright (L)
National: Tom Seaver - Jim Merritt - Gaylord Perry - Bob Gibson - Claude Osteen (W)
National: Dick Dietz (9th)
HP: Al Barlick, 1B: John Rice, 2B: Frank Secory, 3B: Bill Haller, LF: Frank Dezelan, RF: Russ Goetz
|Major League Baseball's All-Star Game
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