Esiti degli MLB All-Star Game

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Sono stati giocati fino ad ora 83 All-Star Game, che hanno visto la National League vincitrice di 43 partite e l'American League di 38 e 2 pareggi.

La National League ha eseguito la più lunga serie di vincite consecutive nella storia dell'MBL All-Star vincendo tutto il periodo dal 1972 al 1982.


Anno Vincitore Punteggio Ospite MVP Lanciatore Vincente Lanciatore Perdente
1933 American 4-2 Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox   Lefty Gomez, New York Bill Hallahan, St. Louis
1934 American 9-7 Polo Grounds, New York Giants   Mel Harder, Cleveland Van Mungo, Brooklyn
1935 American 4-1 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians   Lefty Gomez, New York Bill Walker, St. Louis
1936 National 4-3 National League Park, Boston Bees   Dizzy Dean, St. Louis Lefty Grove, Boston
1937 American 8-3 Griffith Stadium, Washington Senators   Lefty Gomez, New York Dizzy Dean, St. Louis
1938 National 4-1 Crosley Field, Cincinnati Reds   Johnny Vander Meer, Cincinnati Lefty Gomez, New York
1939 American 3-1 Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees   Tommy Bridges, Detroit Bill Lee, Chicago
1940 National 4-0 Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Cardinals   Paul Derringer, Washington Red Ruffing, New York
1941 American 7-5 Briggs Stadium, Detroit Tigers   Eddie Smith, Chicago Claude Passeau, Chicago
1942 American 3-1 Polo Grounds, New York Giants   Spud Chandler, New York Mort Cooper, St. Louis
1943 American 5-3 Shibe Park, Philadelphia Athletics   Dutch Leonard, Washington Mort Cooper, St. Louis
1944 National 7-1 Forbes Field, Pittsburgh Pirates   Ken Raffensberger, Philadelphia Tex Hughson, Boston
1945 Non disputata per la Seconda guerra mondiale
1946 American 12-0 Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox   Bob Feller, Cleveland Claude Passeau, Chicago
1947 American 2-1 Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs   Spec Shea, New York Johnny Sain, Boston
1948 American 5-2 Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Browns   Vic Raschi, New York Johnny Schmitz, Chicago
1949 American 11-7 Ebbets Field, Brooklyn Dodgers   Virgil Trucks, Detroit Don Newcombe, Brooklyn
1950 National 4-3
Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox   Ewell Blackwell, Cincinnati Ted Gray, Detroit
1951 National 8-3 Briggs Stadium, Detroit Tigers   Sal Maglie, New York Ed Lopat, New York
1952 National 3-2
Shibe Park, Philadelphia Phillies   Bob Rush, Chicago Bob Lemon, Cleveland
1953 National 5-1 Crosley Field, Cincinnati Reds   Warren Spahn, Milwaukee Allie Reynolds, New York
1954 American 11-9 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians   Dean Stone, Washington Gene Conley, Milwaukee
1955 National 6-5
County Stadium, Milwaukee Braves   Gene Conley, Milwaukee Frank Sullivan, Boston
1956 National 7-3 Griffith Stadium, Washington Senators   Bob Friend, Pittsburgh Billy Pierce, Chicago
1957 American 6-5 Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Cardinals   Jim Bunning, Detroit Curt Simmons, Philadelphia
1958 American 4-3 Memorial Stadium, Baltimore Orioles   Early Wynn, Chicago Bob Friend, Pittsburgh
1959-a National 5-4 Forbes Field, Pittsburgh Pirates   Johnny Antonelli, San Francisco Whitey Ford, New York
1959-b American 5-3 Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles Dodgers   Jerry Walker, Baltimore Don Drysdale, Los Angeles
1960-a National 5-3 Municipal Stadium, Kansas City Athletics   Bob Friend, Pittsburgh Bill Monbouquette, Boston
1960-b National 6-0 Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees   Vern Law, Pittsburgh Whitey Ford, New York
1961-a National 5-4
Candlestick Park, San Francisco Giants   Stu Miller, San Francisco Hoyt Wilhelm, Baltimore
1961-b PAREGGIO
pioggia
1-1
Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox      
1962-a National 3-1 D.C. Stadium, Washington Senators Maury Wills, Los Angeles Juan Marichal, San Francisco Camilo Pascual, Minnesota
1962-b American 9-4 Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs Leon Wagner, Los Angeles Ray Herbert, Chicago Art Mahaffey, Philadelphia
1963 National 5-3 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians Willie Mays, San Francisco Larry Jackson, Chicago Jim Bunning, Detroit
1964 National 7-4 Shea Stadium, New York Mets Johnny Callison, Philadelphia Juan Marichal, San Francisco Dick Radatz, Boston
1965 National 6-5 Metropolitan Stadium, Minnesota Twins Juan Marichal, San Francisco Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Sam McDowell, Cleveland
1966 National 2-1
Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Gaylord Perry, San Francisco Pete Richert, Washington
1967 National 2-1
Anaheim Stadium, California Angels Tony Perez, Cincinnati Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Catfish Hunter, Kansas City
1968 National 1-0 Astrodome, Houston Astros Willie Mays, San Francisco Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Luis Tiant, Cleveland
1969 National 9-3 RFK Stadium, Washington Senators Willie McCovey, San Francisco Steve Carlton, St. Louis Mel Stottlemyre, New York
1970 National 5-4
Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati Reds Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Claude Osteen, Los Angeles Clyde Wright, California
1971 American 6-4 Tiger Stadium, Detroit Tigers Frank Robinson, Baltimore Vida Blue, Oakland Dock Ellis, Pittsburgh
1972 National 4-3
Atlanta Stadium, Atlanta Braves Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Tug McGraw, New York Dave McNally, Baltimore
1973 National 7-1 Royals Stadium, Kansas City Royals Bobby Bonds, San Francisco Rick Wise, St. Louis Bert Blyleven, Minnesota
1974 National 7-2 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Pirates Steve Garvey, Los Angeles Ken Brett, Pittsburgh Luis Tiant, Boston
1975 National 6-3 County Stadium, Milwaukee Brewers Bill Madlock, Chicago
Jon Matlack, New York
Jon Matlack, New York Catfish Hunter, New York
1976 National 7-1 Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Phillies George Foster, Cincinnati Randy Jones, San Diego Mark Fidrych, Detroit
1977 National 7-5 Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees Don Sutton, Los Angeles Don Sutton, Los Angeles Jim Palmer, Baltimore
1978 National 7-3 San Diego Stadium, San Diego Padres Steve Garvey, Los Angeles Bruce Sutter, Chicago Rich Gossage, New York
1979 National 7-6 Kingdome, Seattle Mariners Dave Parker, Pittsburgh Bruce Sutter, Chicago Jim Kern, Texas
1980 National 4-2 Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles Dodgers Ken Griffey, Sr., Cincinnati Jerry Reuss, Los Angeles Tommy John, New York
1981 National 5-4 Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland Indians Gary Carter, Montreal Vida Blue, San Francisco Rollie Fingers, Milwaukee
1982 National 4-1 Stadio Olimpico di Montreal, Montreal Expos Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati Steve Rogers, Montreal Dennis Eckersley, Boston
1983 American 13-3 Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox Fred Lynn, California Dave Stieb, Toronto Mario Soto, Cincinnati
1984 National 3-1 Candlestick Park, San Francisco Giants Gary Carter, Montreal Expos Charlie Lea, Montreal Dave Stieb, Toronto
1985 National 6-1 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minnesota Twins LaMarr Hoyt, San Diego LaMarr Hoyt, San Diego Jack Morris, Detroit
1986 American 3-2 Astrodome, Houston Astros Roger Clemens, Boston Roger Clemens, Boston Dwight Gooden, New York
1987 National 2-0
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland Athletics Tim Raines, Montreal Lee Smith, Chicago Jay Howell, Oakland
1988 American 2-1 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati Reds Terry Steinbach, Oakland Frank Viola, Minnesota Dwight Gooden, New York
1989 American 5-3 Anaheim Stadium, California Angels Bo Jackson, Kansas City Nolan Ryan, Texas John Smoltz, Atlanta
1990 American 2-0 Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs Julio Franco, Texas Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City Jeff Brantley, San Francisco
1991 American 4-2 SkyDome, Toronto Blue Jays Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore Jimmy Key, Toronto Dennis Martínez, Montreal
1992 American 13-6 Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego Padres Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Kevin Brown, Texas Tom Glavine, Atlanta
1993 American 9-3 Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Orioles Kirby Puckett, Minnesota Jack McDowell, Chicago John Burkett, San Francisco
1994 National 8-7 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Pirates Fred McGriff, Atlanta Doug Jones, Philadelphia Jason Bere, Chicago
1995 National 3-2 The Ballpark in Arlington, Texas Rangers Jeff Conine, Florida Heathcliff Slocumb, Philadelphia Steve Ontiveros, Oakland
1996 National 6-0 Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Phillies Mike Piazza, Los Angeles John Smoltz, Atlanta Charles Nagy, Cleveland
1997 American 3-1 Jacobs Field, Cleveland Indians Sandy Alomar, Cleveland José Rosado, Kansas City Shawn Estes, San Francisco
1998 American 13-8 Coors Field, Colorado Rockies Roberto Alomar, Baltimore Bartolo Colón, Cleveland Ugueth Urbina, Montreal
1999 American 4-1 Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox Pedro Martínez, Boston Pedro Martínez, Boston Curt Schilling, Philadelphia
2000 American 6-3 Turner Field, Atlanta Braves Derek Jeter, New York James Baldwin, Chicago Al Leiter, New York
2001 American 4-1 Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore Freddy García, Seattle Chan Ho Park, Los Angeles
2002 PAREGGIO
giocatori insufficienti
7-7 Miller Park, Milwaukee Brewers nessuno
2003 American 7-6 U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago White Sox Garret Anderson, Anaheim Brendan Donnelly, Anaheim Éric Gagné, Los Angeles
2004 American 9-4 Minute Maid Park, Houston Astros Alfonso Soriano, Texas Mark Mulder, Oakland Roger Clemens, Houston
2005 American 7-5 Comerica Park, Detroit Tigers Miguel Tejada, Baltimore Mark Buerhle, Chicago John Smoltz, Atlanta
2006 American 3-2 PNC Park, Pittsburgh Pirates Michael Young, Texas Rangers B.J. Ryan, Toronto Trevor Hoffman, San Diego
2007 American 5-4 AT&T Park, San Francisco Giants Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle Josh Beckett, Boston Chris Young, San Diego
2008 American 4-3
(15° inning)
Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees J. D. Drew, Boston Red Sox (AL) Scott Kazmir, Tampa Bay Rays (AL) Brad Lidge, Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
2009 American 4-3 Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals Carl Crawford, Tampa Bay (AL) Jonathan Papelbon, Boston (AL) Heath Bell, San Diego (NL)
2010 National 3-1 Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves (NL) Matt Capps, Washington Nationals (NL) Phil Huges, New York Yankees (AL)
2011 National 5-1 Chase Field, Arizona Diamondbacks Prince Fielder, Milwaukee Brewers (NL) Tyler Clippard, Washington Nationals (NL) C.J. Wilson, Texas Rangers (AL)
2012 National 8-0 Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City Royals Melky Cabrera, San Francisco Giants (NL) Matt Cain, San Francisco Giants (NL) Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers (AL)
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