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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