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All-Star Results - 1952

Game 19
July 8, 1952

 Shibe Park, Philadelphia Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 R H E
 National 0 0 0 2 0   2 5 0
 American 1 0 0 2 0   3 3 0
Home Runs: J. Robinson-NL, Sauer-NL
Attendance: 32,785

Game Recap

In the only shortened All-Star Game in history, the National League came away with the victory, on home runs by Jackie Robinson and Hank Bauer. Before the game was called off by rain at the end of the fifth inning, A's left-hander Bobby Shantz struck out the side.

American League
  Bobby Avila
Hank Bauer
  Yogi Berra
Dom DiMaggio+
  Larry Doby
Ferris Fain+
  Nellie Fox+
Mike Garcia+
  Jim Hegan+
Jackie Jensen
  Eddie Joost+
George Kell*
  Bob Lemon
Mickey Mantle+
  Gil McDougald
Minnie Minoso
  Dale Mitchell
Satchel Paige+
  Vic Raschi
Allie Reynolds+
  Phil Rizzuto
Eddie Robinson
  Al Rosen
Bobby Shantz
  Vic Wertz+
  Eddie Yost+
National League
  Toby Atwell+
Roy Campanella
  Alvin Dark+
Carl Furillo+
  Granny Hamner
Grady Hatton+
  Jim Hearn+
Gil Hodges+
  Monte Irvin+
Ralph Kiner+
  Whitey Lockman
Sal Maglie+
  Stan Musial
Pee Wee Reese
  Robin Roberts+
Jackie Robinson
  Preacher Roe+
Bob Rush
  Hank Sauer
Red Schoendienst+
  Curt Simmons
Enos Slaughter
  Duke Snider+
Warren Spahn+
  Gerry Staley+
  Bobby Thomson
  Wes Westrum+
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Jackie Robinson (42) of the Brooklyn Dodgers is congratulated by Stan Musial (6) of the St. Louis Cardinals as he scores on his first all-star homer in the first inning of the annual classic at Shibe Park, in Philadelphia, PA, on July 8, 1952.