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2004 all-star game
2004 all-star game
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2004 all-star game
All-Star Game: July 13
2004 all-star game
Alfonso Soriano hits a three-run homer off Roger Clemens in the first inning. soriano
Big first inning leads AL over NL
A six-run first inning, which saw home runs from Manny Ramirez and MVP Alfonso Soriano, helped the AL capture a 9-4 win and home-field advantage in the World Series.
Top moments:
• Soriano's homer:  56K | 350K
• Albert Pujols' RBI double:  56K | 350K
• Pudge's triple:  56K | 350K
• A-Rod's triple:  56K | 350K
• All-Star Wrapup Show:  350K
Albert Pujols Ivan Rodriguez
Manny RamirezManny takes Clemens deep:
Manny Ramirez hit a two-run home run to give the AL a 3-0 lead in the first. 56K | 350K
Michael YoungMichael Young's nice play:
The Rangers' Michael Young makes the putout in the fifth inning. 56K | 350K
Edgar Renteria doubleEdgar Renteria's double:
Edgar Renteria's ground-rule double off C.C. Sabathia knocked in the NL's first run. 56K | 350K
AL winsMo records last out:
Yankees closer Mariano Rivera put the win, and home-field advantage in the World Series, on ice for the AL. 56K | 350K
More highlights from Tuesday:
• Soriano presented with MVP Award:  56K | 350K
• Clemens tribute:  56K | 350K
• Ali's first pitch:  56K | 350K
• Fantasia sings National Anthem:  56K | 350K
• Taco Bell's $1 million winner:  56K | 350K
• Mascots at the All-Star Game:  56K | 350K
• Diamond-Cam (P):  350K
• Diamond-Cam (bats R):  350K
• Diamond-Cam (bats L):  350K
• All-Star player intros:  56K | 350K
• Interview with Dan Kolb:  56K | 350K
Home Run Derby: July 12
2004 all-star game
Home Run Derby Miguel Tejada holds up his Home Run Derby trophy.
Derby launches home runs out of Houston
Baltimore's Miguel Tejada defeated Houston's Lance Berkman to win the Home Run Derby title. Tejada set records with 15 homers in one round and 27 homers on the evening.
Top moments:
• Tejada sets a Derby record:  56K | 350K
• 2004 Home Run Derby - Finals:  350K
• Manny Ramirez is wired at Derby:  56K | 350K
• Sabathia wears mic at HR Derby:  56K | 350K
• All-Star Wrapup Show:  350K
Berkman Manny Ramirez
Lance Berkman swings during first-round Home Run Derby action.Berkman's 10-homer Round 2:
The hometown Houston star blasted 10 homers to move into the finals.  56K | 350K
Barry Bonds watches one of his homers during the first round.Bonds in Round 2:
The Giants slugger could not match his first round total, but hit several prodigious shots.  56K | 350K
Rafael PalmeiroPalmeiro in Round 2:
The Orioles star, and member of the 500 homer club, put his smooth swing on display.  56K | 350K
TejadaTejada in Round 2:
The Home Run Derby winner had a record-setting performance of 15 homers in a round.  56K | 350K
Round I highlightsFestivities and Interviews
• HR Derby Round 1 - Berkman:  56K | 350K
• Blalock goes deep in Round 1:  56K | 350K
• HR Derby Round 1 - Bonds:  56K | 350K
• Ortiz swings for the fences:  56K | 350K
• Palmeiro leads Round 1:  56K | 350K
• Sosa rallies in Round 1:  56K | 350K
• Tejada in Round 1:  56K | 350K
• Thome in Round 1:  56K | 350K
• Home Run Derby pregame:  56K | 350K
• Post HR Derby press conference:  350K
• 500 club news conference:  56K | 350K
• Hank Aaron on the 500 HR Club:  56K | 350K
• Harmon Killebrew on the ASG events:  56K | 350K
• Frank Robinson on today's sluggers:  56K | 350K
• Reggie talks baseball fraternities:  56K | 350K
All-Star Workout Day: July 12
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Interviews around Minute Maid Park
• Indians All-Star OF Matt Lawton:  56K | 350K
• Dodgers All-Star C Paul Lo Duca:  56K | 350K
• "Mr. Cub" Ernie Banks:  56K | 350K
• Padres All-Star 2B Mark Loretta:  56K | 350K
• Braves All-Star C Johnny Estrada:  56K | 350K
Futures Game: July 11
2004 all-star game
All-Star Sunday All-Star Wrapup Show
Team USA holds on to win Futures Game
Blue Jays prospect Aaron Hill drove in a pair of runs and led Team USA to a 4-3 victory over Team World in the New York Mercantile Exchange Futures Game.
Top moments:
• All-Star Sunday Wrapup:  350K
• 2004 Futures Game highlights:  56K | 350K
• Aaron Hill's two-run double:  56K | 350K
Prince Fielder Aaron Hill
avid Wright and B.J. UptonDavid Wright and B.J. Upton:
Wright, the Mets prospect, and Upton, the Rays prospect, wore microphones before and after the game.  56K | 350K
Willy TaverasWorld player Willy Taveras:
The Astros OF prospect wore a microphone for before and after the Futures Game.  56K | 350K
leyritz goose gossageLeyritz with Goose Gossage:
Hall of Famer and U.S. Futures Manager Goose Gossage chats with's Jim Leyritz.  56K | 350K
leyritz with fernando valenzuelaLeyritz with Valenzuela:
Former Dodger pitching great and World Futures manager spoke with's Jim Leyritz.  56K | 350K
FanFest: July 9-13
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FanFest Bud Selig
Baseball heaven on earth
All the fun from the interactive spectacular baseball event.
FanFest moments:
• Bud Selig's Town Hall meeting:  350K
• visits FanFest:  56K | 350K
• Houston's rich history:  56K | 350K
• Prince Fielder at FanFest:  56K | 350K
• Stump the experts, 7/12:  350K
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All-Star History
2004 all-star game
All-Star history Babe Ruth, 1933 ASG
Midsummer Classic memories
A look at some of the greatest moments and highlights from the first 74 All-Star games.
All-Star Game Highlights:
• Babe makes All-Star history  56K | 350K
• Pete Rose topples Ray Fosse in 1970:  56K | 350K
• Reggie Jackson's mammoth homer in 1971:  56K | 350K
• Four Hall of Famers hit home runs in 1956:  56K | 350K
• DVD relives ASG's biggest moments
Pete Rose, 1970 ASG Reggie Jackson, 1971 All-Star Game
Big Unit, John Kruk, 1993Randy Johnson is a terror:
The Phillies' John Kruk had no chance against the Big Unit in this laughable 1993 matchup.  56K | 350K
Torii Hunter, 2002Torii Hunter climbs the wall:
The Twins outfielder robs Barry Bonds of a homer in 2002. 56K | 350K
Carl Hubbell, 1934 All-Star GameCarl Hubbell Ks five HOFers:
Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin went down in order at the 1934 ASG.  56K | 350K
Cal Ripken, 2001Cal Ripken steals the show:
The Orioles legend returned to shortstop and hit a HR in 2001 at his final All-Star Game.  56K | 350K
More historical video
• Dave Parker earns the MVP in 1979:  56K | 350K
• Williams enjoys 'eephus' pitch in 1946:  56K | 350K
• Unusual three-up, three-down in 1984:  56K | 350K
• Boston stars share spotlight in 1999:  56K | 350K
• Tommy Lasorda tumbles in 2001:  56K | 350K
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