Template:Use mdy dates Template:Infobox MLB All-Star Game The 1993 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 64th playing of the midsummer classic between the all-stars of the American League (AL) and National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball. The game was held on July 13, 1993, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, the home of the Baltimore Orioles of the American League. The game resulted in the American League defeating the National League 9-3.

This is also the last Major League Baseball All-Star Game to date to be televised by CBS.


Players in italics have since been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

National LeagueEdit

PositionPlayerTeamAll-Star Games
PTerry MulhollandPhillies1
CDarren DaultonPhillies2
1BJohn KrukPhillies3
2BRyne SandbergCubs10
3BGary SheffieldMarlins2
SSBarry LarkinReds5
OFBarry BondsGiants3
OFMarquis GrissomExpos1
OFDavid JusticeBraves1
DHMark GraceCubs1
PositionPlayerTeamAll-Star Games
PSteve AveryBraves1
PRod BeckGiants1
PAndy BenesPadres1
PJohn BurkettGiants1
PTom GlavineBraves3
PBryan HarveyMarlins2
PDarryl KileAstros1
PLee SmithCardinals5
PJohn SmoltzBraves3
PositionPlayerTeamAll-Star Games
CMike PiazzaDodgers1
1BAndrés GalarragaRockies2
1BGregg JefferiesCardinals1
2BRobby Thompson[1]Giants2
3BDave HollinsPhillies1
SSJay BellPirates1
SSJeff BlauserBraves1
OFBobby BonillaMets5
OFTony GwynnPadres9
OFRoberto KellyReds2
OFAndy Van Slyke[1]Pirates3
Bobby CoxAtlanta Braves
Jimy WilliamsAtlanta Braves
Pat CorralesAtlanta Braves
Leo MazzoneAtlanta Braves
Tommy LasordaLos Angeles Dodgers
Jim FregosiPhiladelphia Phillies

The trainers for the National League were Dave Labossiere of the Houston Astros, and Gene Gieselmann of the St.Louis Cardinals

American LeagueEdit

PositionPlayerTeamAll-Star Games
PMark LangstonAngels4
CIván RodríguezRangers2
1BJohn OlerudBlue Jays1
2BRoberto AlomarBlue Jays4
3BWade BoggsYankees9
SSCal Ripken, Jr.Orioles11
OFJoe CarterBlue Jays3
OFKen Griffey, Jr.Mariners4
OFKirby PuckettTwins8
DHPaul MolitorBlue Jays6
PositionPlayerTeamAll-Star Games
PRick AguileraTwins3
PPat HentgenBlue Jays1
PRandy JohnsonMariners2
PJimmy KeyYankees3
PJack McDowellWhite Sox3
PJeff MontgomeryRoyals2
PMike MussinaOrioles2
PDuane WardBlue Jays1
PositionPlayerTeamAll-Star Games
CTerry SteinbachAthletics3
1BCecil FielderTigers3
1BFrank ThomasWhite Sox1
2BCarlos BaergaIndians2
3BScott CooperRed Sox1
SSTravis FrymanTigers2
OFAlbert BelleIndians1
OFJuan GonzálezRangers1
OFGreg VaughnBrewers1
OFDevon WhiteBlue Jays2
Cito GastonBlue Jays
Third Base Sparky AndersonTigers
Pitching Galen CiscoBlue Jays
Hitting Larry HisleBlue Jays
First Base Johnny OatesOrioles
Bullpen John SullivanBlue Jays
Bench Gene TenaceBlue Jays

The trainers for the American League were Richie Bancells of the Baltimore Orioles, and Barry Weinberg of the Oakland Athletics.



Home PlateJim McKean (AL)
First BaseBob Davidson (NL)
Second BaseMike Reilly (AL)
Third BaseGary Darling (NL)
Left FieldDale Scott (AL)
Right FieldMark Hirschbeck (NL)

Starting lineupsEdit

National LeagueAmerican League
1Marquis GrissomExposCF1Roberto AlomarBlue Jays2B
2Barry BondsGiantsLF2Paul MolitorBlue JaysDH
3Gary SheffieldMarlins3B3Ken Griffey, Jr.MarinersCF
4John KrukPhillies1B4Joe CarterBlue JaysRF
5Barry LarkinRedsSS5John OlerudBlue Jays1B
6Mark GraceCubsDH6Kirby PuckettTwinsLF
7David JusticeBravesRF7Cal Ripken, Jr.OriolesSS
8Darren DaultonPhilliesC8Wade BoggsYankees3B
9Ryne SandbergCubs2B9Iván RodríguezRangersC
Terry MulhollandPhilliesP Mark LangstonAngelsP

Game summaryEdit

Tuesday, July 13, 1993—8:37Template:Nbsppm (ET) at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland
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National League 200001000 3 72
American League 01103301- 9 110
WP: Jack McDowell (1-0)  LP: John Burkett (0-1)  
HRs:  NL – Gary Sheffield (1)  AL – Kirby Puckett (1), Roberto Alomar (1)

See also: "1993 All-Star Game Play by Play".[2]

The visiting National League scored in the first inning off starting pitcher Mark Langston when Barry Bonds doubled with one out and Gary Sheffield followed with a home run for a 2-0 lead. The American League got a run back in the second when Kirby Puckett homered with one out off the NL starter, Terry Mulholland. Roberto Alomar tied the game at two in the third inning, leading off with a home run, off Andy Benes.

The AL went ahead to stay with three runs in the fifth. John Burkett came in to start the inning, and first batter Ivan Rodriguez doubled and scored on a single by Albert Belle, who went to second when Justice made an error on the play. Ken Griffey, Jr., singled home Belle and went to second on the throw home. After Cecil Fielder was hit by a pitch, Kirby Puckett doubled home Griffey for the third run of the inning and a 5-2 AL lead. Steve Avery relieved to get the last out of the inning. The NL got a run back in the top of the sixth. Jimmy Key started the inning and gave up a double to Bonds, followed by a single to Sheffield and a sacrifice fly to Barry Larkin, making the score 5-3.

The AL broke the game open in the bottom of the sixth with three more runs. With two outs, Carlos Baerga reached on an error by shortstop Jeff Blauser, then Albert Belle walked. Devon White doubled home Baerga and after John Smoltz relieved Avery, Belle scored and White went to third on a wild pitch. Juan Gonzalez walked, then Smoltz threw his second wild pitch of the inning, allowing White to score the third run of the inning, giving the AL an 8-3 lead. Smoltz tied an All-Star game record with two wild pitches, but he was the first to throw them in the same inning.

The AL got the last run of the game in the seventh inning when Greg Vaughn led off with a single and scored on a two-out double by Terry Steinbach, both hits off Rod Beck, making the final score 9-3. The last out however ended strangely, when American League (Blue Jays) manager Cito Gaston allowed Blue Jays closer Duane Ward to close out the game in the ninth at Camden Yards, rather than hometown hero Mike Mussina. Fans cheered as the Orioles' Mike Mussina warmed up in the bullpen and chanted "We Want Mike!", but after the last out of the game, the fans booed Gaston for not putting in Mussina to close out the game. Fans began throwing various waste onto the field until an appeal from Mussina himself stopped the crowd. Mussina said that he warmed up so he would not mess up his regular pitching schedule, as he was going to pitch the next day. Despite this, many people believe that he started warming up so that the fans would get riled up, meaning that Gaston would most likely put him in.[3][4][5] As it was, Mussina did not play in the All-Star Game, and Ward did not get the save.

The pregame colors presentation was from the color guard of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Geddy Lee, lead singer of the band Rush later sang the Canadian National Anthem, while James Earl Jones recited the U.S. National Anthem, accompanied by the Morgan State University choir.[6] At the conclusion of the National Anthem, fireworks exploded over Fort McHenry while airplanes from Andrews Air Force Base flew over Camden Yards.

To commemorate the 35th anniversary of the 1958 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which had been played at Memorial Stadium, Hall-of-Famer and Baltimore native Al Kaline joined the ceremonial first pitch ceremonies. Also joining the ceremonies was Orioles Hall-of-Famer Brooks Robinson.

Footnotes and referencesEdit

External linksEdit

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