MLB All Star Game 2016

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Teams
    National League
  • American League
Date July 12, 2016
Venue Petco Park
City San Diego, California
Managers
  • Terry Collins (NYM)
  • Ned Yost (KC)
Television Fox
Radio ESPN

American League Rosters

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National League Rosters

Position Player Team All-Star Games
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

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MLB All-Star Games Winners from 1933 to Present

Date Winning League (All-Time Record) Score Venue
July 6, 1933 American (1-0-0 AL) 4–2 Comiskey Park
July 10, 1934 American (2-0-0 AL) 9–7 Polo Grounds
July 8, 1935 American (3-0-0 AL) 4–1 Cleveland Stadium
July 7, 1936 National (3-1-0 AL) 4–3 National League Park
July 7, 1937 American (4-1-0 AL) 8–3 Griffith Stadium
July 6, 1938 National (4-2-0 AL) 4–1 Crosley Field
July 11, 1939 American (5-2-0 AL) 3–1 Yankee Stadium
July 9, 1940 National (5-3-0 AL) 4–0 Sportsman's Park
July 8, 1941 American (6-3-0 AL) 7–5 Briggs Stadium
July 6, 1942 American (7-3-0 AL) 3–1 Polo Grounds
July 13, 1943 American (8-3-0 AL) 5–3 Shibe Park
July 11, 1944 National (8-4-0 AL) 7–1 Forbes Field
July 9, 1946 American (9-4-0 AL) 12–0 Fenway Park
July 8, 1947 American (10-4-0 AL) 2–1 Wrigley Field
July 13, 1948 American (11-4-0 AL) 5–2 Sportsman's Park
July 12, 1949 American (12-4-0 AL) 11–7 Ebbets Field
July 11, 1950 National (12-5-0 AL) 4–3 (14 inn.) Comiskey Park
July 10, 1951 National (12-6-0 AL) 8–3 Briggs Stadium
July 8, 1952 National (12-7-0 AL) 3–2 (5 inn., rain) Shibe Park
July 14, 1953 National (12-8-0 AL) 5–1 Crosley Field
July 13, 1954 American (13-8-0 AL) 11–9 Cleveland Stadium
July 12, 1955 National (13-9-0 AL) 6–5 (12 inn.) County Stadium
July 10, 1956 National (13-10-0 AL) 7–3 Griffith Stadium
July 9, 1957 American (14-10-0 AL) 6–5 Busch Stadium
July 8, 1958 American (15-10-0 AL) 4–3 Memorial Stadium
July 7, 1959 National (15-11-0 AL) 5–4 Forbes Field
August 3, 1959 American (16-11-0 AL) 5–3 Memorial Coliseum
July 11, 1960 National (16-12-0 AL) 5–3 Municipal Stadium
July 13, 1960 National (16-13-0 AL) 6–0 Yankee Stadium
July 11, 1961 National (16-14-0 AL) 5–4 (10 inn.) Candlestick Park
July 31, 1961 TIE (16-14-1 AL) 1–1 Fenway Park
July 10, 1962 National (16-15-1 AL) 3–1 D.C. Stadium
July 30, 1962 American (17-15-1 AL) 9–4 Wrigley Field
July 9, 1963 National (17-16-1 AL) 5–3 Cleveland Stadium
July 7, 1964 National (17-17-1) 7–4 Shea Stadium
July 13, 1965 National (18-17-1 NL) 6–5 Metropolitan Stadium
July 12, 1966 National (19-17-1 NL) 2–1 (10 inn.) Busch Memorial Stadium
July 11, 1967 National (20-17-1 NL) 2–1 (15 inn.) Anaheim Stadium
July 9, 1968 National (21-17-1 NL) 1–0 Astrodome
July 23, 1969 National (22-17-1 NL) 9–3 RFK Stadium
July 14, 1970 National (23-17-1 NL) 5–4 (12 inn.) Riverfront Stadium
July 13, 1971 American (23-18-1 NL) 6–4 Tiger Stadium
July 25, 1972 National (24-18-1 NL) 4–3 Atlanta Stadium
July 24, 1973 National (25-18-1 NL) 7–1 Royals Stadium
July 23, 1974 National (26-18-1 NL) 7–2 Three Rivers Stadium
July 15, 1975 National (27-18-1 NL) 6–3 County Stadium
July 13, 1976 National (28-18-1 NL) 7–1 Veterans Stadium
July 19, 1977 National (29-18-1 NL) 7–5 Yankee Stadium
July 11, 1978 National (30-18-1 NL) 7–3 San Diego Stadium
July 17, 1979 National (31-18-1 NL) 7–6 Kingdome
July 8, 1980 National (32-18-1 NL) 4–2 Dodger Stadium
August 9, 1981 National (33-18-1 NL) 5–4 Cleveland Stadium
July 13, 1982 National (34-18-1 NL) 4–1 Olympic Stadium
July 6, 1983 American (34-19-1 NL) 13–3 Comiskey Park
July 10, 1984 National (35-19-1 NL) 3–1 Candlestick Park
July 16, 1985 National (36-19-1 NL) 6–1 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
July 15, 1986 American (36-20-1 NL) 3–2 Astrodome
July 14, 1987 National (37-20-1 NL) 2–0 (13 inn.) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
July 12, 1988 American (37-21-1 NL) 2–1 Riverfront Stadium
July 11, 1989 American (37-22-1 NL) 5–3 Anaheim Stadium
July 10, 1990 American (37-23-1 NL) 2–0 Wrigley Field
July 9, 1991 American (37-24-1 NL) 4–2 SkyDome
July 14, 1992 American (37-25-1 NL) 13–6 Jack Murphy Stadium
July 13, 1993 American (37-26-1 NL) 9–3 Oriole Park at Camden Yards
July 12, 1994 National (38-26-1 NL) 8–7 (10 inn.) Three Rivers Stadium
July 11, 1995 National (39-26-1 NL) 3–2 The Ballpark in Arlington
July 9, 1996 National (40-26-1 NL) 6–0 Veterans Stadium
July 8, 1997 American (40-27-1 NL) 3–1 Jacobs Field
July 7, 1998 American (40-28-1 NL) 13–8 Coors Field
July 13, 1999 American (40-29-1 NL) 4–1 Fenway Park
July 11, 2000 American (40-30-1 NL) 6–3 Turner Field
July 10, 2001 American (40-31-1 NL) 4–1 Safeco Field
July 9, 2002 TIE (40-31-2 NL) 7–7 (11 inn.) Miller Park
July 15, 2003 American (40-32-2 NL) 7–6 U.S. Cellular Field
July 13, 2004 American (40-33-2 NL) 9–4 Minute Maid Park
July 12, 2005 American (40-34-2 NL) 7–5 Comerica Park
July 11, 2006 American (40-35-2 NL) 3–2 PNC Park
July 10, 2007 American (40-36-2 NL) 5–4 AT&T Park
July 15, 2008 American (40-37-2 NL) 4–3 (15 inn.) Yankee Stadium
July 14, 2009 American (40-38-2 NL) 4–3 Busch Stadium
July 13, 2010 National (41-38-2 NL) 3–1 Angel Stadium of Anaheim
July 12, 2011 National (42-38-2 NL) 5–1 Chase Field
July 10, 2012 National (43-38-2 NL) 8–0 Kauffman Stadium
July 16, 2013 American (43-39-2 NL) 3–0 Citi Field
July 15, 2014 American (43-40-2 NL) 5–3 Target Field
July 14, 2015 American (43-41-2 NL) 6–3 Great American Ball Park
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