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All-Star Results - 1967

Game 38
July 11, 1967

 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, California Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 National 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1   2 9 0
 American 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0   1 8 0
  MVP: Tony Perez, CIN (NL)
Pitchers: DRYSDALE (13), Seaver (15) vs Chance, McGlothlin (4), Peters (6), Downing (9), HUNTER (11) Home
Home Runs: Allen-NL, B.Robinson-AL, Perez-NL
Attendance: 46,309

Game Recap

The National League squeaked by with a 15-inning victory, the longest contest in All-Star Game history. All three runs came courtesy of the long ball, the first by National Leaguer Richie Allen, the second by Brooks Robinson, and the game-winner by Tony Perez.

1967: Whiff!

Once again pitching dominated as the All-Stars faced off in Anaheim Stadium. The two teams' pitchers accounted for 30 strikeouts, easily the most in any All-Star Game (before or since). All of the runs, and there were only three, were scored via the long ball. The NL took an early 1-0 lead when the Phils' Dick Allen took Dean Chance deep to left in the second inning. Baltimore's Brooks Robinson got the AL even in the bottom of the sixth when he made the Cubs' Fergie Jenkins pay for laying it over the plate, driving the ball into the seats to tie the game at 1-1. That was about all for offense as pitcher after pitcher mowed down the opposing bats. The game stayed even at 1 until the top of the 15th inning, when the A's Jim "Catfish" Hunter made a mistake to Tony Perez and the Reds' third baseman made him pay. Perez's home run gave the NL the lead and Mets rookie Tom Seaver came on to close the door on the AL in the bottom of the 15th for the NL's second straight 2-1 extra innings victory.

• Highlights: 56K | 300K
Rosters
American League
  Tommie Agee
  Max Alvis
  Ken Berry
  Rod Carew
  Paul Casanova+
  Dean Chance
  Tony Conigliaro
  Al Downing
  Andy Etchebarren+
  Bill Freehan
  Jim Fregosi
  Steve Hargan+
  Joe Horlen+
  Catfish Hunter
  Al Kaline*
  Harmon Killebrew
  Jim Lonborg+
  Mickey Mantle
  Dick McAuliffe
  Jim McGlothlin
  Don Mincher
  Tony Oliva
  Gary Peters
  Rico Petrocelli
  Brooks Robinson
  Frank Robinson*
  Carl Yastrzemski
National League
  Hank Aaron
  Dick Allen
  Gene Alley
  Ernie Banks
  Lou Brock
  Orlando Cepeda
  Roberto Clemente
  Mike Cuellar
  Don Drysdale
  Bob Gibson
  Tom Haller
  Tommy Helms
  Fergie Jenkins
  Denny Lemaster*
  Juan Marichal
  Willie Mays
  Bill Mazeroski
  Tim McCarver
  Claude Osteen+
  Tony Perez
  Pete Rose
  Tom Seaver
  Chris Short
  Rusty Staub
  Joe Torre
  Jim Wynn
* 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.