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All-Star Results - 1966

Game 37
July 12, 1966

 Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 American 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   1 6 0
 National 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1   2 6 0
  MVP: Brooks Robinson, BAL (AL)
Pitchers: Koufax, Bunning (4), Marichal (6), G. PERRY (9)
Home Runs: None.
Attendance: 49,936

Game Recap

In a pitchers' battle highlighted by Denny McLain's three perfect innings, the National League eventually triumphed on a Maury Wills single in the 10th inning.

1966: Midsummer Scorcher

The heat was on at brand new Busch Stadium in St. Louis - and not just for the players. The mercury topped out at a blistering 105 degrees. The game was a pitching clinic as both squads barely managed to squeak a run each across the plate as the game went through nine innings. In the bottom of the tenth, with Baltimore's Pete Richert on the hill, Maury Wills of the Dodgers singled to bring home Cards catcher Tim McCarver with the winning run. The LA shortstop's timely hit not only gave the NL it's fourth straight victory, but also probably saved some lives as fans were passing out in the seats due to the incessant heat.

American League
  Tommie Agee
  Steve Barber+
  Earl Battey
  Gary Bell+
  Norm Cash
  Rocky Colavito
  Andy Etchebarren+
  Bill Freehan
  Jim Fregosi
  Catfish Hunter+
  Jim Kaat
  Al Kaline
  Harmon Killebrew
  Bobby Knoop
  Dick McAuliffe
  Sam McDowell*
  Denny McLain
  Tony Oliva
  Bobby Richardson
  Pete Richert
  Brooks Robinson
  Frank Robinson
  George Scott
  Sonny Siebert
  Mel Stottlemyre
  Carl Yastrzemski+
National League
  Hank Aaron
  Dick Allen
  Felipe Alou+
  Jim Bunning
  Leo Cardenas
  Roberto Clemente
  Curt Flood
  Bob Gibson*
  Tom Haller+
  Jim Ray Hart
  Ron Hunt
  Sandy Koufax
  Jim Lefebvre
  Juan Marichal
  Willie Mays
  Tim McCarver
  Billy McCool+
  Willie McCovey
  Joe Morgan*
  Gaylord Perry
  Claude Raymond+
  Phil Regan+
  Ron Santo
  Willie Stargell
  Joe Torre
  Bob Veale+
  Maury Wills
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Casey Stengel's during a meeting with former hitting great Ted Williams at the All Star game in St. Louis, July 12, 1966. Ted and Casey are honorary coaches for the game.