1967 MLB All-Star Game (1967)

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The 38th annual Major League Baseball All-Star Game, held at the "Big A" in Anaheim, California, was won by the National League in extra innings.


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Credited cast:
Curt Gowdy ...
Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
Buddy Blattner ...
Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
Pee Wee Reese ...
Himself - Color Commentator
Himself - Color Commentator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - NL Outfielder
Dick Allen ...
Himself - NL Third Baseman
Gene Alley ...
Himself - NL Shortstop
Walter Alston ...
Himself - NL Manager
Max Alvis ...
Himself - AL Third Baseman
Ernie Banks ...
Himself - NL First Baseman
Hank Bauer ...
Himself - AL Manager
Ken Berry ...
Himself - AL Outfielder
Lou Brock ...
Himself - NL Left Fielder
Ken Burkhart ...
Himself - Third Base Umpire
Rod Carew ...
Himself - AL Second Baseman


The 1967 All-Star Game was tied 1-1 at the end of 14 innings. 'Tony Perez' (VI) homered off of Catfish Hunter in the 15th inning, and the National League won when Tom Seaver pitched a scoreless bottom of the inning, preserving the win for Don Drysdale. Written by Jon C. Hopwood

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11 July 1967 (USA)  »

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$100,000 (estimated)

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Hollywood playboy Dean Chance of the host Angels started the game and gave up a solo home run to Dick Allen in the 2nd. He was relieved by Jim McGlothin in the 4th, who in turn was relieved by Gary Peters in the 6th. Al Downing came in to pitch for the junior circuit in the 9th, and was relieved by Catfish Hunter in the 11th. Hunter lost the game, surrendering a circuit clout to Tony Perez in the 15th. See more »


Followed by 1995 MLB All-Star Game (1995) See more »

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