1965 All-Star Game
The 1965 All-Star Game was played on Tuesday, July 7, 1964. The National League won the thirty-sixth midsummer classic by a score of 6 to 5. The game was played at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, MN in front of 46,706 fans. The MVP was Juan Marichal of the San Francisco Giants.
Because both managers in the 1964 World Series, Johnny Keane of the St. Louis Cardinals and Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees, had left their job following the series, it was the managers of the second-place team in both leagues the previous season who skippered their respective league's team.
|Willie Mays||CF||San Francisco Giants||1||Dick McAuliffe||SS||Detroit Tigers|
|Hank Aaron||RF||Milwaukee Braves||2||Brooks Robinson||3B||Baltimore Orioles|
|Willie Stargell||LF||Pittsburgh Pirates||3||Harmon Killebrew||1B||Minnesota Twins|
|Dick Allen||3B||Philadelphia Phillies||4||Rocky Colavito||RF||Cleveland Indians|
|Joe Torre||C||Milwaukee Braves||5||Willie Horton||LF||Detroit Tigers|
|Ernie Banks||1B||Chicago Cubs||6||Felix Mantilla||2B||Boston Red Sox|
|Pete Rose||2B||Cincinnati Reds||7||Vic Davalillo||CF||Cleveland Indians|
|Maury Wills||SS||Los Angeles Dodgers||8||Earl Battey||C||Minnesota Twins|
|Juan Marichal||P||San Francisco Giants||9||Milt Pappas||P||Baltimore Orioles|
- Greg Erion: "Minnesota and 1965 All-Star Game: The Senior Circuit Takes Charge. National League 6, American League 5; July 13, 1965, Metropolitan Stadium, Bloomington, Minnesota", in Gregory H. Wolf, ed.: A Pennant for the Twin Cities: the 1965 Minnesota Twins, SABR, Phoenix, AZ, 2015, pp. 170-174. ISBN 978-1-943816-09-5
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