All-Star Game Parks

Comiskey Park - Chicago, Illinois 1930s

Comiskey Park was where the first MLB All-Satr Game was held on July 6, 1933.
Below is a list from Baseball Almanac of all of the Parks that have hosted this showcase of stars.

All-Star Game History

The Midsummer Classics

1

Comiskey Park
   
Chicago, Illinois

07-06-1933 4 2
2

Polo Grounds
   
New York, New York

07-10-1934 9 7
3

Municipal Stadium
   
Cleveland, Ohio

07-08-1935 4 1
4

Braves Field
   
Boston, Massachusetts

07-07-1936 3 4
5

Griffith Stadium
   
Washington, D.C.

07-07-1937 8 3
6

Crosley Field
   
Cincinnati, Ohio

07-06-1938 1 4
7

Yankee Stadium
   
New York, New York

07-11-1939 3 1
8

Sportsman's Park
   
St. Louis, Missouri

07-09-1940 0 4
9

Briggs Stadium
   
Detroit, Michigan

07-08-1941 7 5
10

Polo Grounds
   
New York, New York

07-06-1942 3 1
11

Shibe Park
   
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

07-13-1943 5 3
12

Forbes Field
   
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

07-11-1944 1 7

n/a

Fenway Park
   
Boston, Massachusetts

07-10-1945

n/a

n/a

13

Fenway Park
   
Boston, Massachusetts

07-09-1946 12 0
14

Wrigley Field
   
Chicago, Illinois

07-08-1947 2 1
15

Sportsman's Park
   
St. Louis, Missouri

07-13-1948 5 2
16

Ebbets Field
   
Brooklyn, New York

07-12-1949 11 7
17

Comiskey Park
   
Chicago, Illinois

07-11-1950 3 4
18

Briggs Stadium
   
Detroit, Michigan

07-10-1951 3 8
19

Shibe Park
   
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

07-08-1952 2 3
20

Crosley Field
   
Cincinnati, Ohio

07-14-1953 1 5
21

Municipal Stadium
   
Cleveland, Ohio

07-13-1954 11 9
22

County Stadium
   
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

07-12-1955 5 6
23

Griffith Stadium
   
Washington, D.C.

07-10-1956 3 7
24

Sportsman's Park
   
St. Louis, Missouri

07-09-1957 6 5
25

Memorial Stadium
   
Baltimore, Maryland

07-08-1958 4 3
26

Forbes Field
   
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvani

07-07-1959 4 5
27

Memorial Coliseum
   
Los Angeles, California

08-03-1959 5 3
28

Municipal Stadium
   
Kansas City, Missouri

07-11-1960 3 5
29

Yankee Stadium
   
New York, New York

07-13-1960 0 6
30

Candlestick Park
   
San Francisco, California

07-11-1961 4 5
31

Fenway Park
   
Boston, Massachusetts

07-31-1961 1 1
32

D.C. Stadium
   
Washington, D.C.

07-10-1962 1 3
33

Wrigley Field
   
Chicago, Illinois

07-30-1962 9 4
34

Municipal Stadium
   
Cleveland, Ohio

07-09-1963 3 5
35

Shea Stadium
   
New York, New York

07-07-1964 4 7
36

Metropolitan Stadium
   
Bloomington, Minnesota

07-13-1965 5 6
37

Busch Memorial Stadium
   
St. Louis, Missouri

07-12-1966 1 2
38

Anaheim Stadium
   
Anaheim, California

07-11-1967 1 2
39

Astrodome
   
Houston, Texas

07-09-1968 0 1
40

R.F.K. Memorial Stadium
   
Washington, D.C.

07-23-1969 3 9
41

Riverfront Stadium
   
Cincinnati, Ohio

07-14-1970 4 5
42

Tiger Stadium
   
Detroit, Michigan

07-13-1971 6 4
43

Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
   
Atlanta, Georgia

07-25-1972 3 4
44

Royals Stadium
   
Kansas City, Missouri

07-24-1973 1 7
45

Three Rivers Stadium
   
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

07-23-1974 2 7
46

County Stadium
   
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

07-15-1975 3 6
47

Veterans Stadium
   
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

07-13-1976 1 7
48

Yankee Stadium
   
New York, New York

07-19-1977 5 7
49

San Diego Stadium
   
San Diego, California

07-11-1978 3 7
50

Kingdome
   
Seattle, Washington

07-17-1979 6 7
51

Dodger Stadium
   
Los Angeles, California

07-08-1980 2 4
52

Municipal Stadium
   
Cleveland, Ohio

08-09-1981 4 5
53

Olympic Stadium
   
Montreal, Quebec

07-13-1982 1 4
54

Comiskey Park
   
Chicago, Illinois

07-06-1983 13 3
55

Candlestick Park
   
San Francisco, California

07-10-1984 1 3
56

H. Humphrey Metrodome
   
Minneapolis, Minnesota

07-16-1985 1 6
57

Astrodome
   
Houston, Texas

07-15-1986 3 2
58

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
   
Oakland, California

07-14-1987 0 2
59

Riverfront Stadium
   
Cincinnati, Ohio

07-12-1988 2 1
60

Anaheim Stadium
   
Anaheim, California

07-11-1989 5 3
61

Wrigley Field
   
Chicago, Illinois

07-10-1990 2 0
62

SkyDome
   
Toronto, Ontario

07-09-1991 4 2
63

Jack Murphy Stadium
   
San Diego, California

07-14-1992 13 6
64

Oriole Park at Camden Yards
   
Baltimore, Maryland

07-13-1993 9 3
65

Three Rivers Stadium
   
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

07-12-1994 7 8
66

The Ballpark at Arlington
   
Arlington, Texas

07-11-1995 2 3
67

Veterans Stadium
   
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

07-09-1996 0 6
68

Jacobs Field
   
Cleveland, Ohio

07-08-1997 3 1
69

Coors Field
   
Denver, Colorado

07-07-1998 13 8
70

Fenway Park
   
Boston, Massachusetts

07-13-1999 4 1
71

Turner Field
   
Atlanta, Georgia

07-11-2000 6 3
72

Safeco Field
   
Seattle, Washington

07-10-2001 4 1
73

Miller Park
   
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

07-09-2002 7 7
74

U.S. Cellular Field
   
Chicago, Illinois

07-15-2003 7 6
75

Minute Maid Park
   
Houston, Texas

07-13-2004 9 4
76

Comerica Park
   
Detroit, Michigan

07-12-2005 7 5
77

PNC Park
   
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

07-11-2006 3 2
78

AT&T Park
   
San Francisco, California

07-10-2007 5 4
79

Yankee Stadium
   
New York, New York

07-15-2008 4 3
80

Busch Stadium
   
St. Louis, Missouri

07-14-2009 4 3

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1933: The Debut Of The All-Star Game

 

July 6, 1933 marked the debut of the first ever MLB All-Star Game. America had already fallen in love with the sport and now were given the opportunity to see the best that baseball had to offer all on the same field. The best of the best from the National and American Leagues would be voted in by fans and managers. With the 2010 All-Star Game quicjly approaching what better time then to highlight the very day it first appeared!

Below are the National and American League lineups from the Baseball Almanac. Check them out to see if one of your favorite past time players were voted in.

 

1933 All-Star Game

National League All-Star Squad

7.

Dick Bartell Philadelphia Phillies SS  

6.

Wally Berger Boston Braves OF  

 

Tony Cuccinello Brooklyn Dodgers 2B  

 

Woody English Chicago Cubs SS  

2.

Frankie Frisch St. Louis Cardinals 2B  

4.

Chick Hafey Cincinnati Reds OF  

9.

Bill Hallahan St. Louis Cardinals P

Starting Pitcher

 

Gabby Hartnett Chicago Cubs C  

 

Carl Hubbell New York Giants P  

3.

Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies OF  

1.

Pepper Martin St. Louis Cardinals 3B  

 

Lefty O'Doul New York Giants OF  

 

Hal Schumacher New York Giants P Did Not Pitch

5.

Bill Terry New York Giants 1B  

 

Pie Traynor Pittsburgh Pirates 3B  

 

Paul Waner Pittsburgh Pirates OF  

 

Lon Warneke Chicago Cubs P  

8.

Jimmie Wilson St. Louis Cardinals C  

BOLD = Fan's / manager's choice to start the game.

 

1933 All-Star Game

American League All-Star Squad

 

Earl Averill Cleveland Indians OF  

1.

Ben Chapman New York Yankees OF  

7.

Joe Cronin Washington Senators SS  

 

General Crowder Washington Senators P  

 

Bill Dickey New York Yankees C Did Not Play

6.

Jimmy Dykes Chicago White Sox 3B  

8.

Rick Ferrell Boston Red Sox C  

 

Wes Ferrell Cleveland Indians P Did Not Pitch

 

Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia Athletics 1B Did Not Play

4.

Lou Gehrig New York Yankees 1B  

2.

Charlie Gehringer Detroit Tigers 2B  

9.

Lefty Gomez New York Yankees P Starting Pitcher

 

Lefty Grove Philadelphia Athletics P  

 

Oral Hildebrand Cleveland Indians P Did Not Pitch

 

Tony Lazzeri New York Yankees 2B Did Not Play

3.

Babe Ruth New York Yankees OF  

5.

Al Simmons Chicago White Sox OF  

 

Sam West St. Louis Browns OF  

BOLD = Fan's / manager's choice to start the game.

   

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