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All-Star Results - 1936

Game 4
July 7, 1936

 Braves Field, Boston Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 American 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0   3 7 1
 National 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 X   4 9 0
 
Pitchers: Warneke (7)
Home Runs: Galan-NL, Gehrig-AL
Attendance: 25,534

Game Recap

The National League defeated the American League for the first time, 4-3, scoring twice in the second and twice more in the fifth, while Dizzy Dean and Carl Hubbell held their rivals scoreless through six.

1936: DiMiaggio Debut

The Senior Circuit notched its first All-Star Game victory behind the strong arms of Dizzy Dean and Carl Hubbell. Cubs outfielder Augie Galan smacked a circuit clout as the NL built a 4-0 lead before the Americans finally broke through in the seventh with three tallies. Rookie Joe DiMaggio made the last out of the game on a fly ball, taking an 0-for-5 collar in his first All-Star Game appearance.
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Rosters
American League
  Luke Appling
  Earl Averill
  Joe Cronin
  Tommy Bridges *
  Ben Chapman
  Frankie Crosetti
  Bill Dickey
  Joe DiMaggio
  Rick Ferrell
  Jimmie Foxx
  Lou Gehrig
  Charlie Gehringer
  Lefty Gomez +
  Goose Goslin
  Lefty Grove
  Mel Harder
  Rollie Hemsley +
  Pinky Higgins
  Vern Kennedy +
  Monte Pearson +
  Rip Radcliff
  Schoolboy Rowe
  George Selkirk
National League
  Wally Berger +
  Ripper Collins
  Curt Davis
  Dizzy Dean
  Frank Demaree
  Leo Durocher
  Augie Galan
  Gabby Hartnett
  Billy Herman
  Carl Hubbell
  Ernie Lombardi +
  Stu Martin +
  Joe Medwick
  Jo-Jo Moore +
  Van Mungo +
  Mel Ott
  Lew Riggs
  Gus Suhr +
  Arky Vaughn +
  Lon Warneke
  Pinky Whitney
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Lefty Grove, left, of the Boston Red Sox, and Dizzy Dean of the St. Louis Cardinals, wish each other well before the start of the 1936 All-Star Game at Braves Field in Boston on July 7, 1936.