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All-Star Results - 1960

Game 28
July 11, 1960

 Municipal Stadium, Kansas City Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 National 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0   5 12 4
 American 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0   3 6 1
Pitchers: MONBOUQUETTE, Estrada (3), Coates (4), Bell (6), Lary (8), Daley (9)
Home Runs: Banks - NL, Crandall - NL, Kaline - AL
Attendance: 30,619

Game Recap

The National League won both All-Star Games, in what would become the only year this was accomplished. The "Senior Circuit" edged the American League in the first game, then won the second on three hits by Willie Mays, four home runs, and shutout pitching by six pitchers.

Rosters
American League
  Luis Aparicio
  Gary Bell
  Yogi Berra
  Jim Coates
  Bud Daley
  Chuck Estrada
  Whitey Ford+
  Nellie Fox
  Jim Gentile
  Ron Hansen
  Elston Howard
  Al Kaline
  Harvey Kuenn
  Frank Lary
  Jim Lemon
  Sherm Lollar
  Frank Malzone
  Mickey Mantle
  Roger Maris
  Minnie Minoso
  Bill Monbouquette
  Camilo Pascual*
  Vic Power+
  Brooks Robinson
  Pete Runnels
  Bill Skowron
  Al Smith
  Gerry Staley+
  Dick Stigman+
  Ted Williams
  Early Wynn+
National League
  Hank Aaron
  Joe Adcock
  Ed Bailey+
  Ernie Banks
  Ken Boyer
  Bob Buhl
  Smoky Burgess
  Orlando Cepeda
  Roberto Clemente
  Del Crandall
  Roy Face
  Bob Friend
  Dick Groat
  Bill Henry+
  Larry Jackson+
  Norm Larker
  Vern Law
  Eddie Mathews
  Willie Mays
  Bill Mazeroski
  Mike McCormick
  Lindy McDaniel+
  Stan Musial
  Charlie Neal
  Vada Pinson
  Johnny Podres+
  Bob Skinner
  Tony Taylor
  Bill White
  Stan Williams+
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Ralph Kiner, right, Pittsburgh Pirate slugger, enjoys a chat with another slugging great, Boston's Ted Williams before the start of the All-Star game at Comiskey Park, Chicago, IL, July 11, 1950.