1970 MLB All-Star Game (1970)

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The National League All-Stars beat the American League All-Stars 5-4 in extra innings.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Curt Gowdy ...
Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
Tony Kubek ...
Himself - Color Commentator
Mickey Mantle ...
Himself - Color Commentator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Himself - NL Right Fielder
Dick Allen ...
Himself - NL First Baseman
Sandy Alomar ...
Himself - AL Second Baseman
Luis Aparicio ...
Himself - AL Shortstop
Glenn Beckert ...
Himself - NL Second Baseman
Johnny Bench ...
Himself - NL Catcher
Rod Carew ...
Himself - AL Second Baseman
Rico Carty ...
Himself - NL Left Fielder
Roberto Clemente ...
Himself - NL Outfielder
Dick Dietz ...
Himself - NL Catcher
Leo Durocher ...
Himself - NL Coach
Ray Fosse ...
Himself - AL Catcher
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The National League All-Stars beat the American League All-Stars 5-4 in the 12th inning at Cincinnati, Ohio's Riverfront Stadium on July 14, 1970 when local boy Pete Rose scored from second base on a single by Jim Hickman. The hustling Rose ran over American League catcher Ray Fosse at home plate, thus dislodging the ball and scoring the wining run. Written by Jon C. Hopwood

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14 July 1970 (USA)  »

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$150,000 (estimated)
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Pete Rose of the National League was criticized for his all-out, take-no-prisoners play when he collided into American League catcher Ray Fosse at home plate. Rose scored the winning run, but the all-out style of the fabled "Charle Hustle" was criticized as being inappropriate for an exhibition game when the injured Fosse had to be taken to a local hospital for observation. See more »

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Followed by 1994 MLB All-Star Game (1994) See more »

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