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Five Highest Scoring Major League Baseball All-Star Games Ever

Five Highest Scoring Major League Baseball All-Star Games Ever

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Since 1933 there have been 91 Major League Baseball All-Star Games. (Yes, there were two All-Star Games per Summer from 1959 to 1962.) Throughout those games the American League holds a 46-43-2 advantage over the National League. In what can only be described as a weird coincidence, the AL has won the six highest scoring MLB-All-Star Games.

The teams have combined for 13 runs three times (’62, ’79 and ’04), 14 runs twice (’02 and ’18) and 15 runs once (’94). Here are the only six times the teams have scored more than 15 runs in nearly 100 years.

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1934: American League 9, National League 7
This was just the second MLB All-Star game ever. The American League used a six-run fifth inning to take an 8-4 lead that they would not relinquish. Cardinals second baseman Frankie Frisch became the first player to homer in two consecutive All-Star Games. The NL wasted Carl Hubbell’s excellent start (3 IP, 2H, 6K) which included five consecutive strikeouts of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin.

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