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1997 MLB All-Star Game (1997)



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Credited cast:
Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
Tim McCarver ...
Himself - Color Commentator
Bob Brenly ...
Himself - Color Commentator
Chip Caray ...
Himself - Pre-Game Host
Himself - Pre-Game Analyst
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sandy Alomar Jr. ...
Himself - AL Catcher: Cleveland Indians
Roberto Alomar ...
Himself - AL Starting Second Baseman: Baltimore Orioles
Moises Alou ...
Himself - NL Left Fielder: Florida Marlins
Brady Anderson ...
Himself - AL Starting Left Fielder: Baltimore Orioles
Jeff Bagwell ...
Himself - NL Starting First Baseman: Houston Astros
Dusty Baker ...
Himself - NL Coach: San Francisco Giants
Larry Barnett ...
Himself - Home Plate Umpire
Rod Beck ...
Himself - NL Relief Pitcher: San Francisco Giants
Albert Belle ...
Himself - AL Left Fielder: Chicago White Sox
Craig Biggio ...
Himself - NL Starting Second Baseman: Houston Astros


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8 July 1997 (USA)  »

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Sandy Alomar Jr. was named MVP of the All-Star Game. The following year, his brother Roberto would be named All-Star Game MVP. See more »


Follows 1955 MLB All-Star Game (1955) See more »

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The 1997 MLB All-Star Game!
8 November 2004 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

One of the most different Major League Baseball All-Star games was the 1997 edition. There were many surprising moments in this game and every second of it in My opinion was exciting! So many great players were chosen in this game. Including Tino Martinez, Edgar Martinez, Mark McGwire, Larry Walker, Ken Caminiti, Barry Bonds, A-Rod, Chipper Jones, Paul O'Neil, and so many other greats! One of the many things I like about the All-Star game is that the viewer gets to see some of the greatest MLB players the sport has to offer that some states in America and even other countries don't get the chance to watch. It always seems that the American League has the upper hand but I for one will never count out the National League. I am a huge Baseball fan and just love everything about the sport! When the first moment on Joe Buck and company broadcast the game you know its gonna be an epic event! If you are a Baseball fan and are able to watch this game on TV or even on tape do so because its a classic! I recommend it!

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