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All-Star Results - 1935

Game 3
July 8, 1935

 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 National 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0   1 4 1
 American 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 X   4 8 0
  W: Lefty Gomez
Pitchers: Harder (7)
Home Runs: Fox-AL
Attendance: 69,812

Game Recap

Jimmie Foxx supplied the offensive power with a two-run homer in the first inning and a run-producing single. Fireballer Lefty Gomez provided the pitching prowess with six innings of three-hit pitching, as the American League earned its third straight victory.

1935: Lefty wins

The Athletics' Jimmie Foxx, playing out of position at third base in deference to Lou Gehrig, belted a two-run homer in the first frame, while Yankees hurler Lefty Gomez pitched six strong innings as the American League rolled to its third straight Midsummer Classic victory in front of a record 69,000-plus crowd in Cleveland.
• Highlights: 56K | 300K
American League
  Earl Averill *
  Ossie Bluege
  Tommy Bridges +
  Ben Chapman
  Mickey Cochrane +
  Doc Cramer
  Joe Cronin
  Rick Ferrell +
  Jimmie Foxx
  Lou Gehrig
  Charlie Gehringer
  Lefty Gomez
  Lefty Grove +
  Mel Harder
  Rollie Hemsley
  Bob Johnson
  Buddy Myer +
  Schoolboy Rowe +
  Al Simmons
  Joe Vosmik
  Sam West +
National League
  Wally Berger
  Ripper Collins
  Dizzy Dean
  Paul Derringer
  Frankie Frisch +
  Gabby Hartnett
  Billy Herman
  Carl Hubbell +
  Gus Mancuso
  Pepper Martin
  Joe Medwick
  Jo-Jo Moore
  Mel Ott
  Hal Schumacher
  Bill Terry
  Arky Vaughan
  Bill Walker
  Paul Waner
  Burgess Whitehead
  Jimmie Wilson
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Ralph Kiner, right, Pittsburgh Pirate slugger, enjoys a chat with another slugging great, Boston's Ted Williams before the start of the All-Star game at Comiskey Park, Chicago, IL, July 11, 1950.