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1993 MLB All-Star Game
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National League 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 7 2
American League 0 1 1 0 3 3 0 1 X 9 11 0
Date July 13, 1993
Venue Oriole Park at Camden Yards
City Baltimore, Maryland
Managers National League - Bobby Cox (ATL)
American League - Cito Gaston (TOR)
MVP Kirby Puckett (MIN)
Attendance 48,147
First pitch None
Television CBS
TV announcers Sean McDonough and Tim McCarver
Radio CBS
Radio announcers John Rooney, Johnny Bench and Jerry Coleman

The 1993 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 64th playing of the midsummer classic between the all-stars of the American League (AL) and National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball. The game was held on July 13, 1993 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, the home of the Baltimore Orioles of the American League. The game resulted in the American League defeating the National League 9-3.



Players in italics have since been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.


National League

Position Player Team All-Star Games
P Terry Mulholland Phillies 1
C Darren Daulton Phillies 2
1B John Kruk Phillies 3
2B Ryne Sandberg Cubs 10
3B Gary Sheffield Marlins 2
SS Barry Larkin Reds 5
OF Barry Bonds Giants 3
OF Marquis Grissom Expos 1
OF David Justice Braves 1
DH Mark Grace Cubs 1
Position Player Team All-Star Games
P Steve Avery Braves 1
P Rod Beck Giants 1
P Andy Benes Padres 1
P John Burkett Giants 1
P Tom Glavine Braves 3
P Bryan Harvey Marlins 2
P Darryl Kile Astros 1
P Lee Smith Cardinals 5
P John Smoltz Braves 3
Position Player Team All-Star Games
C Mike Piazza Dodgers 1
1B Andrés Galarraga Rockies 2
1B Gregg Jefferies Cardinals 1
2B Robby Thompson[1] Giants 2
3B Dave Hollins Phillies 1
SS Jay Bell Pirates 1
SS Jeff Blauser Braves 1
OF Bobby Bonilla Mets 5
OF Tony Gwynn Padres 9
OF Roberto Kelly Reds 2
OF Andy Van Slyke[1] Pirates 3

American League

Position Player Team All-Star Games
P Mark Langston Angels 4
C Iván Rodríguez Rangers 2
1B John Olerud Blue Jays 1
2B Roberto Alomar Blue Jays 4
3B Wade Boggs Yankees 9
SS Cal Ripken, Jr. Orioles 11
OF Joe Carter Blue Jays 3
OF Ken Griffey, Jr. Mariners 4
OF Kirby Puckett Twins 8
DH Paul Molitor Blue Jays 6
Position Player Team All-Star Games
P Rick Aguilera Twins 3
P Pat Hentgen Blue Jays 1
P Randy Johnson Mariners 2
P Jimmy Key Yankees 3
P Jack McDowell White Sox 3
P Jeff Montgomery Royals 2
P Mike Mussina Orioles 2
P Duane Ward Blue Jays 1
Position Player Team All-Star Games
C Terry Steinbach Athletics 3
1B Cecil Fielder Tigers 3
1B Frank Thomas White Sox 1
2B Carlos Baerga Indians 2
3B Scott Cooper Red Sox 1
SS Travis Fryman Tigers 2
OF Albert Belle Indians 1
OF Juan González Rangers 1
OF Greg Vaughn Brewers 1
OF Devon White Blue Jays 2



Home Plate Jim McKean
First Base Bob Davidson
Second Base Mike Reilly
Third Base Gary Darling
Left Field Dale Scott
Right Field Mark Hirschbeck

Starting lineups

National League American League
Order Player Team Position Order Player Team Position
1 Marquis Grissom Expos CF 1 Roberto Alomar Blue Jays 2B
2 Barry Bonds Giants LF 2 Paul Molitor Blue Jays DH
3 Gary Sheffield Marlins 3B 3 Ken Griffey, Jr. Mariners CF
4 John Kruk Phillies 1B 4 Joe Carter Blue Jays RF
5 Barry Larkin Reds SS 5 John Olerud Blue Jays 1B
6 Mark Grace Cubs DH 6 Kirby Puckett Twins LF
7 David Justice Braves RF 7 Cal Ripken, Jr. Orioles SS
8 Darren Daulton Phillies C 8 Wade Boggs Yankees 3B
9 Ryne Sandberg Cubs 2B 9 Iván Rodríguez Rangers C
Terry Mulholland Phillies P Mark Langston Angels P

Game summary

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National League 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 7 2
American League 0 1 1 0 3 3 0 1 - 9 11 0

WP: Jack McDowell (1-0)  LP: John Burkett (0-1)  
HRs:  NL – Gary Sheffield (1)  AL – Kirby Puckett (1), Roberto Alomar (1)


The visiting National League scored in the first inning off starting pitcher Mark Langston when Barry Bonds doubled with one out and Gary Sheffield followed with a home run for a 2-0 lead. The American League got a run back in the second when Kirby Puckett homered with one out off the NL starter, Terry Mulholland. Roberto Alomar tied the game at two in the third inning, leading off with a home run, off Andy Benes.

The AL went ahead to stay with three runs in the fifth. Jon Burkett came in to start the inning, and first batter Ivan Rodriguez doubled and scored on a single by Albert Belle, who went to second when Justice made an error on the play. Ken Griffey, Jr., singled home Belle and went to second on the throw home. After Cecil Fielder was hit by a pitch, Kirby Puckett doubled home Griffey for the third run of the inning and a 5-2 AL lead. Steve Avery relieved to get the last out of the inning. The NL got a run back in the top of the sixth. Jimmy Key started the inning and gave up a double to Bonds, followed by a single to Sheffield and a sacrifice fly to Barry Larkin, making the score 5-3.

The AL broke the game open in the bottom of the sixth with three more runs. With two outs, Carlos Baerga reached on an error by shortstop Jeff Blauser, then Albert Belle walked. Devon White doubled home Baerga and after John Smoltz relieved Avery, Belle scored and White went to third on a wild pitch. Juan Gonzalez walked, then Smoltz threw his second wild pitch of the inning, allowing White to score the third run of the inning, giving the AL an 8-3 lead. Smoltz tied an All-Star game record with two wild pitches, but he was the first to throw them in the same inning.

The AL got the last run of the game in the seventh inning when Greg Vaughn led off with a single and scored on a two-out double by Terry Steinbach, both hits off Rod Beck, making the final score 9-3.

Footnotes and references

  1. ^ a b Player declined or was unable to play.
  2. ^ Geisler Young, LLC. "1993 All-Star Game Play by Play". Archived from the original on 2009-07-21. Retrieved 2009-07-04.  

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