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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Curt Gowdy ...
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Buddy Blattner ...
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Pee Wee Reese ...
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Dick Allen ...
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Gene Alley ...
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Walter Alston ...
Himself - NL Manager
Max Alvis ...
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Ernie Banks ...
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Hank Bauer ...
Himself - AL Manager
Ken Berry ...
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Lou Brock ...
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Ken Burkhart ...
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Rod Carew ...
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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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National League starter Juan Marichal was relieved by Ferguson Jenkins in the 4th inning. Jenkins, in turn, was relieved by Bob Gibson in the 7th, who was relieved by Chris Short in 9th who gave way to Mike Cuellar in the 11th. 'Don Drysdale' came in for the National League in the 13th inning and was credited with the win after Perez's dinger put the senior circuit ahead for good in the top of the 15th. Tom Seaver pitched the scoreless bottom of the 15th inning, but did not get a save as that statistic was not official until 1969. See more »

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Followed by 1971 MLB All-Star Game (1971) See more »

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