1996 All-Star Game
The 1996 All-Star Game was held on Tuesday, July 9, 1996. The National League won the sixty-seventh midsummer classic by a score of 6 to 0. The game was held at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, PA in front of 62,670 fans. The MVP was Mike Piazza of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The American League team was led by manager Mike Hargrove and coaches Terry Bevington and Bob Boone.
The National League team was led by manager Bobby Cox and coaches Jim Fregosi and Tommy Lasorda.
|Kenny Lofton||OF||Cleveland Indians||1||Lance Johnson||OF||New York Mets|
|Wade Boggs||3B||New York Yankees||2||Barry Larkin||SS||Cincinnati Reds|
|Roberto Alomar||2B||Baltimore Orioles||3||Barry Bonds||OF||San Francisco Giants|
|Albert Belle||OF||Cleveland Indians||4||Fred McGriff||1B||Atlanta Braves|
|Mo Vaughn||1B||Boston Red Sox||5||Mike Piazza||C||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Ivan Rodriguez||C||Texas Rangers||6||Dante Bichette||OF||Colorado Rockies|
|Cal Ripken, Jr.||SS||Baltimore Orioles||7||Chipper Jones||3B||Atlanta Braves|
|Brady Anderson||OF||Baltimore Orioles||8||Craig Biggio||2B||Houston Astros|
|Charles Nagy||P||Cleveland Indians||9||John Smoltz||P||Atlanta Braves|
July 9, 1996 at Veterans Stadium (62670), night game - Retrosheet Boxscore
American: Charles Nagy (L) - Chuck Finley - Roger Pavlik - Troy Percival - Roberto Hernández
National: John Smoltz (W) - Kevin Brown - Tom Glavine - Ricky Bottalico - Pedro Martinez - Steve Trachsel - Todd Worrell - Mark Wohlers - Al Leiter
National: Mike Piazza (2nd), Ken Caminiti (6th)
HP: Randy Marsh, 1B: Larry McCoy, 2B: Charlie Reliford, 3B: Joe Brinkman, LF: Larry Poncino, RF: Chuck Meriwether
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