1989 All-Star Game
The 1989 All-Star Game was played on Tuesday, July 11, 1989. The American League won the sixtieth midsummer classic by a score of 5 to 3. The game was played at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, CA in front of 64,036 fans. The MVP was Bo Jackson of the Kansas City Royals.
The American League team was led by manager Tony LaRussa and coaches Joe Morgan and Doug Rader.
The National League team was led by manager Tommy Lasorda and coaches Jack McKeon and Buck Rodgers.
|Ozzie Smith||SS||St. Louis Cardinals||1||Bo Jackson||OF||Kansas City Royals|
|Tony Gwynn||OF||San Diego Padres||2||Wade Boggs||3B||Boston Red Sox|
|Will Clark||1B||San Francisco Giants||3||Kirby Puckett||OF||Minnesota Twins|
|Kevin Mitchell||OF||San Francisco Giants||4||Harold Baines||DH||Chicago White Sox|
|Eric Davis||OF||Cincinnati Reds||5||Julio Franco||2B||Texas Rangers|
|Howard Johnson||3B||New York Mets||6||Cal Ripken, Jr.||SS||Baltimore Orioles|
|Pedro Guerrero||1B||St. Louis Cardinals||7||Ruben Sierra||OF||Texas Rangers|
|Ryne Sandberg||2B||Chicago Cubs||8||Mark McGwire||1B||Oakland Athletics|
|Benito Santiago||C||San Diego Padres||9||Terry Steinbach||C||Oakland Athletics|
|Rick Reuschel||P||San Francisco Giants||SP||Dave Stewart||P||Oakland Athletics|
July 11, 1989 at Anaheim Stadium (64036), night game - Retrosheet Boxscore
National: Rick Reuschel - John Smoltz (L) - Rick Sutcliffe - Tim Burke - Mark Davis - Jay Howell - Mitch Williams
American: Dave Stewart - Nolan Ryan (W) - Mark Gubicza - Mike Moore - Greg Swindell - Jeff Russell - Dan Plesac - Doug Jones
American: Bo Jackson (1st), Wade Boggs (1st)
HP: Jim Evans, 1B: Bob Engel, 2B: Terry Cooney, 3B: Jerry Crawford, LF: John Hirschbeck, RF: Gerry Davis
|Major League Baseball's All-Star Game
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