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MLB All-Star Game Facts
Date: Tuesday, July 16th
First Pitch: 8:30 p.m. (ET)
Site: Citi Field, Flushing, New York
Dimensions: Left Field (335); Left Center Field (385); Center Field (408);
Right Center Field (398); Right Field (330)
Capacity: 41,922
Surface: Natural Grass
Edition: 84th
Television: FOX, Rogers Sportsnet, RDS
Announcers: Joe Buck and Tim McCarver
All-Time Series: National League (43-38-2)
Last Meeting: 2012 (National 8, American 0 - Kansas City, MO)
Series Streak: National League has won the last three meetings
Managers:
NL - Bruce Bochy, San Francisco
AL - Jim Leyland, Detroit
Coaches:
NL - Terry Collins, NY Mets; Davey Johnson, Washington; Tim Flannery, Mark Gardner, Roberto Kelly, Joe Lefebvre, Hensley Meulens, Dave Righetti and Ron Wotus, San Francisco
AL - Robin Ventura, Chicago White Sox; John Gibbions, Toronto; Rafael Belliard, Tom Brookens, Toby Harrah, Jeff Jones, Gene Lamont, Lloyd McClendon, Mike Rojas, Detroit
Trainers:
NL - Ray Ramirez, NY Mets; Lee Kuntz, Washington
AL - Ron Porterfield, Tampa Bay; Rick Jameyson, Boston
Umpires:
John Hirschbeck (HP)
Wally Bell (1B)
Larry Vanover (2B)
Paul Emmel (3B)
Rob Drake (LF)
Chad Fairchild (RF)
GENERAL RECORDS
Largest Attendance, Game - 72,086
Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, August 9, 1981.
 
Smallest Attendance, Game - 25,556
Braves Field, Boston, July 7, 1936.
 
Longest Game, by Innings - 15
Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, July 11, 1967 (NL, 2-1).
Yankee Stadium, New York, July 15, 2008 (AL, 4-3).
 
Shortest Game, by Innings - 5
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, July 8, 1952 - rain (NL, 3-2).
 
Longest Nine-Inning Game, by Time
3 hours, 38 minutes - Coors Field,Denver, Colorado (AL, 13-8).
 
Shortest Nine-Inning Game, by Time
1 hour, 53 minutes - Sportsman's Park, St. Louis, July 9, 1940 (NL, 4-0).
 
Longest Extra-Inning Game, by Time
4 hours, 50 minutes - Yankee Stadium, New York, July 15, 2008 (AL, 4-3), 15 innings.
 
Most Players, Nine-Inning Game, One Club - 32
National League, July 10, 2012
 
Most Players, Nine-Inning Game, Both Clubs - 62
61 - NL (32), AL (29), July 10, 2012
NL (31), AL (31), July 12, 2011
NL (29), AL (29), July 10, 2001
NL (28), AL (30), July 13, 2010
 
Most Players, Extra-Inning Game, One Club - 32
AL, July 15, 2008
 
Most Players, Extra-Inning Game, Both Clubs - 63
AL (32), NL (31), July 15, 2008, 15 innings.
 
Most Players Left on Base, Both Clubs - 28
July 15, 2008.
 
Fewest Players, Game, One Club - 11
AL, July 6, 1942.
 
Fewest Players, Game, Both Clubs - 27
AL (15), NL (12), July 6, 1938.
 
Earliest Date For All-Star GameLatest Date For All-Star Game
July 6, 1933 At Comiskey ParkAugust 9, 1981 At Municipal Stadium
July 6, 1938 At Crosley Field 
July 6, 1942 At Polo Grounds 
July 6, 1983 At Comiskey Park 
 
All-Star Games Won-LostMost Consecutive Games Won
40 -- National League11 -- National League (1972-1982)
38 -- American LeagueLongest Unbeaten Streak
(Two Ties)13 -- American League (1997-2009)
 
MANAGERS
GAMES
Most All-Star games managed
10 Casey Stengel, AL, 1950-1954, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 (both), (won 4, lost 6)
 
Most consecutive All-Star games managed
5 Casey Stengel, AL, 1950-1954; also 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 (both)
 
GAMES WON
Most All-Star games won as manager
7 Walter Alston, NL, 1956, 1960 (both), 1964, 1966, 1967, 1975 (lost 2)
 
Most All-Star games won as undefeated manager
5 Joe Torre, AL, 1997, 1999 through 2001, 2004 (tie in 2003)
 
Most consecutive victories as All-Star manager
6 Walter Alston, NL, 1960 (both), 1964, 1966, 1967, 1975
 
Most consecutive years managing All-Star winners
3 Tony La Russa, AL, 1989-1991
Joe Torre, AL, 1999-2001 (tie in 2002)
 
Most All-Star games won as manager, one season
2 Walter Alston, NL, July 11, July 13, 1960
 
GAMES LOST
Most All-Star games lost as manager
6 Casey Stengel, AL, 1950-1953, 1956, 1959 (1st), (won 4)
 
Most All-Star games lost as winless manager
5 Al Lopez, AL, 1955, 1960 (both), 1964, 1965
 
Most consecutive defeats as All-Star manager
5 Al Lopez, AL, 1955, 1960 (both), 1964, 1965
 
Most consecutive years managing All-Star losers
4 Casey Stengel, AL, 1950-1953
 
Most All-Star games lost as manager, one season
2 Al Lopez, AL, July 11, July 13, 1960
 
UMPIRES
Most games umpired
7 Bill Summers, AL, 1936, 1941, 1946, 1949, 1952, 1955, 1959 (2nd)
Al Barlick, NL, 1942, 1949, 1952, 1955, 1959 (1st), 1966, 1970
 
Most consecutive games umpired
2 - Many umpires
MLB All-Star Game Honorary Captains
YearAmerican LeagueNational League
1975 Mickey Mantle Stan Musial
1976 Bob Lemon Robin Roberts
1977 Joe DiMaggio Willie Mays
1978 Brooks Robinson Eddie Mathews
1979 Lefty Gomez Carl Hubbell
1980 Al Kaline Roy Campanella
1981 Bob Feller Warren Spahn
1982 Yogi Berra Duke Snider
1983 Joe Cronin Ernie Banks
1984 Hank Greenberg Willie McCovey
1985 Harmon Killebrew Sandy Koufax
1986 Charlie Gehringer Rusty Staub
1987 Catfish Hunter Billy Williams
1988 Bobby Doerr Willie Stargell
1989 Carl Yastrzemski Don Drysdale
1990 Al Lopez Juan Marichal
1991 Rod Carew Henry Aaron
1992 Jimmie Reese Willie Mays
1993 Jim Palmer & Frank Robinson Bob Gibson
1994 Phil Rizzuto Buck Leonard
1995 Nolan Ryan Ferguson Jenkins
1996 Earl Weaver Johnny Podres
1997 Larry Doby Frank Robinson
1998 Lee MacPhail Vera Clemente
1999 Carlton Fisk Orlando Cepeda
2000 Dave Winfield Dale Murphy
2001 Kirby Puckett Ralph Branca & Bobby Thomson
2002 Robin Yount Ozzie Smith
2003 Luis Aparicio Gary Carter
2004 None awarded None awarded
2005 None awarded None awarded
2006 None awarded None awarded
2007 Al Kaline Willie Mays
MLB All-Star Game Spokesperson
YearAmerican LeagueNational League
2008 Derek Jeter
2009 Albert Pujols
2010 Torii Hunter
2011 Justin Upton
2012 Alex Gordon
2013 David Wright