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All-Star Results - 1944

Game 12
July 11, 1944

 Forbes Field, Pittsburgh Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 American 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   1 6 3
 National 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 X   7 12 1
  W: Ken Raffensberger
Pitchers: Walters, RAFFENSBERGER (4), Sewell (6), Tobin (9)
Home Runs: None
Attendance: 29,589

Game Recap

The National League, led by the Chicago Cubs' Bill "Swish" Nicholson, who ignited a four-run rally in the fifth with a pinch-hit double, beat the American League, 7-1. Cub Phil Cavarretta reached base safely a record five times on a triple, single and three walks.

American League
  Hank Borowy
  Lou Boudreau+
  Tiny Bonham+
  George Case*
  Roy Cullenbine+
  Bobby Doerr
  Rick Ferrell+
  Pete Fox+
  Orval Grove+
  Frankie Hayes
  Rollie Hemsley
  Pinky Higgins
  Oris Hockett+
  Tex Hughson
  Bob Johnson
  Ken Keltner
  Dutch Leonard+
  George McQuinn
  Bob Muncrief
  Hal Newhouser
  Bobo Newsom
  Joe Page+
  Stan Spence
  Vern Stephens
  Dizzy Trout+
  Thurman Tucker
  Rudy York+
National League
  Nate Andrews+
  Phil Cavarretta
  Walker Cooper
  Vince DiMaggio
  Bob Elliott
  Augie Galan
  Al Javery+
  Don Johnson+
  Whitey Kurowski
  Max Lanier*
  Marty Marion
  Frank McCormick+
  Joe Medwick
  Eddie Miller*
  Ray Mueller
  Red Munger*
  Stan Musial
  Bill Nicholson
  Mel Ott
  Mickey Owen+
  Ken Raffensberger
  Connie Ryan
  Rip Sewell
  Jim Tobin
  Bill Voiselle+
  Dixie Walker
  Bucky Walters
  Frankie Zak+
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Joe "Ducky" Medwick and Mel Ott, both now with the Giants, chatting just before the clash of the Nationals with the Americans in the All-Star Classic at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh on July 11, 1944.