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All-Star Results - 1968

Game 39
July 9, 1968

 Astrodome, Houston Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 American 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   0 3 1
 National 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 X   1 5 0
  MVP: Willie Mays, SF (NL)
Pitchers: (8) vs DRYSDALE, Marichal (4), Carlton (6), Seaver (7), Read (9), Koosman (9)
Home Runs: None.
Attendance: 48,321

Game Recap

For the third consecutive year, the All-Star Game was highlighted by overpowering pitching. The two leagues combined for just eight hits and one run, which was earned by the National League in the first inning on a single, an error, a wild pitch and a double play.

American League
  Joe Azcue
  Gary Bell+
  Bert Campaneris
  Rod Carew
  Bill Freehan
  Jim Fregosi
  Ken Harrelson
  Willie Horton
  Frank Howard
  Tommy John
  Davey Johnson
  Duane Josephson
  Harmon Killebrew
  Mickey Mantle
  Sam McDowell
  Denny McLain
  Rick Monday
  Blue Moon Odom
  Tony Oliva
  Boog Powell
  Brooks Robinson
  Jose Santiago*
  Mel Stottlemyre
  Luis Tiant
  Don Wert
  Carl Yastrzemski
National League
  Hank Aaron
  Gene Alley*
  Felipe Alou
  Matty Alou
  Johnny Bench
  Leo Cardenas
  Steve Carlton
  Don Drysdale
  Curt Flood
  Woodie Fryman+
  Bob Gibson+
  Jerry Grote
  Tommy Helms
  Julian Javier
  Don Kessinger
  Jerry Koosman
  Juan Marichal
  Willie Mays
  Willie McCovey
  Tony Perez
  Ron Reed
  Pete Rose*
  Ron Santo
  Tom Seaver
  Rusty Staub
  Billy Williams
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

San Francisco Giants' Willlie Mays watches his single in the first inning of the All-Star game which accounted for the only run in the National League's 1-0 victory July 9,1968 in Houston,Texas.