2005 All-Star Game
The 2005 All-Star Game was held on Tuesday, July 12, 2005. The American League won the seventy-sixth midsummer classic by a score of 7 to 5. The game was held at Comerica Park in Detroit, MI in front of 41,617 fans. The MVP was Miguel Tejada of the Baltimore Orioles.
The American League team was led by manager Terry Francona and undetermined coaches.
The National League team was led by manager Tony LaRussa and undetermined coaches.
|Bobby Abreu||RF||Philadelphia Phillies||1||Johnny Damon||CF||Boston Red Sox|
|Carlos Beltran||LF||New York Mets||2||Alex Rodriguez||3B||New York Yankees|
|Albert Pujols||DH||St. Louis Cardinals||3||David Ortiz||DH||Boston Red Sox|
|Derrek Lee||1B||Chicago Cubs||4||Manny Ramirez||LF||Boston Red Sox|
|Jim Edmonds||CF||St. Louis Cardinals||5||Miguel Tejada||SS||Baltimore Orioles|
|Aramis Ramirez||3B||Chicago Cubs||6||Vladimir Guerrero||RF||Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim|
|Mike Piazza||C||New York Mets||7||Mark Teixeira||1B||Texas Rangers|
|Jeff Kent||2B||Los Angeles Dodgers||8||Jason Varitek||C||Boston Red Sox|
|David Eckstein||SS||St. Louis Cardinals||9||Brian Roberts||2B||Baltimore Orioles|
|Chris Carpenter||P||St. Louis Cardinals||SP||Mark Buehrle||P||Chicago White Sox|
July 12, 2005 at Comerica Park (41617), night game - Retrosheet Boxscore
National: Chris Carpenter - John Smoltz (L) - Roy Oswalt - Livan Hernandez - Roger Clemens - Dontrelle Willis - Brad Lidge - Jake Peavy - Chad Cordero
American: Mark Buehrle (W) - Bartolo Colon - Johan Santana - Matt Clement - Jon Garland - Kenny Rogers - Joe Nathan - Bob Wickman - B.J. Ryan - Mariano Rivera (S)
National: Andruw Jones (7th)
American: Miguel Tejada (2nd), Mark Teixeira (6th)
HP: Joe West, 1B: Tim Welke, 2B: Eric Cooper, 3B: Mike DiMuro, LF: C.B. Bucknor, RF: Andy Fletcher
|Major League Baseball's All-Star Game
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