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All-Star Results - 1965

Game 36
July 7, 1964

 Metropolitan Stadium, Bloomington, Minnesota Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 National 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0   6 11 0
 American 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0   5 8 0
  MVP: Juan Marichal, SF
Pitchers: Gibson (8) vs Pappas, Grant (2), Richert (4), McDOWELL (6), Fisher (8)
Home Runs: Mays-NL, Torre-NL, Stargell-NL, McAuliffe-AL, Killebrew-AL
Attendance: 46,706

Game Recap

With Juan Marichal facing the minimum of nine batters over the first three innings, the National League breezed to an early 5-0 lead. But the American League stormed back to tie things up on a pair of two-run shots by Dick McAuliffe and Harmon Killebrew. The National League broke the deadlock in the seventh when Willie Mays scored on a Ron Santo infield hit.

1965: Heavy Artillery

Minnesota hosted it's first All-Star Game in 1965 and both teams brought along the heavy artillery for this one. Five homers were hit in this game, including a mammoth shot by hometown favorite Harmon Killebrew. Other homers were hit by Willie Mays of the Giants, Joe Torre of the Braves and Willie Stargell of the Bucs for the NL, while the AL countered with Killebrew and Detroit's Dick McAuliffe. But in the end, it was the NL's better pitching which proved the difference. Juan Marichal of the Giants took MVP honors with his three shutout innings, while Cardinal fireballer Bob Gibson closed out the NL's 6-5 win with an impressive strikeout of the Yankees' Joe Pepitone with the tying run on second base.

• Highlights: 56K | 300K
American League
  Max Alvis
  Earl Battey
  Rocky Colavito
  Vic Davalillo
  Eddie Fisher
  Bill Freehan
  Mudcat Grant
  Jimmie Hall
  Willie Horton
  Elston Howard+
  Al Kaline
  Harmon Killebrew
  Bob Lee+
  Felix Mantilla
  Mickey Mantle*
  Dick McAuliffe
  Sam McDowell
  John O'Donoghue+
  Tony Oliva
  Milt Pappas
  Joe Pepitone
  Bobby Richardson
  Pete Richert
  Brooks Robinson
  Bill Skowron*
  Mel Stottlemyre+
  Zoilo Versalles
  Carl Yastrzemski*
National League
  Hank Aaron
  Dick Allen
  Ernie Banks
  Johnny Callison+
  Leo Cardenas
  Roberto Clemente
  Don Drysdale
  Johnny Edwards+
  Sammy Ellis+
  Turk Farrell
  Bob Gibson
  Sandy Koufax
  Ed Kranepool+
  Jim Maloney
  Juan Marichal
  Willie Mays
  Frank Robinson
  Cookie Rojas
  Pete Rose
  Ron Santo
  Willie Stargell
  Joe Torre
  Bob Veale+
  Billy Williams
  Maury Wills
* 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.