1960 East-West Game (Negro League)
The 1960 East-West Game was the thirty-fourth East-West Game, in its twenty-eighth consecutive year. Played on Sunday August 21, 1960, it was held at Comiskey Park in Chicago for the last time in its history. Reported attendance was approximately 5,000.
The West squad, comprising players from the Kansas City Monarchs and Detroit-New Orleans Stars , beat the East, made up of players from the Birmingham Black Barons and Raleigh Tigers, 8-4. Calvin Grant of the Monarchs got the win, Wesley Gilmore of the Monarchs got a save, and Phillip Welch of Birmingham took the loss.
- East: Ernie Westfield (Bir), Henry Garrett (Ral), Phillip Welch (Bir) (L), Herbert Paymon (Bir)
- West: Bill Matthews (Det-N.O.), Calvin Grant (KC) (W), Willie Gilmore (S) (KC)
- East: none
- West: Art Hamilton (Det-N.O.)
Reported Starting Lineups