1993 All-Star Game

This time the National League fired the first shot as American League starter Mark Langston was rocked for a two-run homer by Gary Sheffield that also brought in Barry Bonds.

The American League was not concerned and answered back with two home runs of their own. After shaking off the first-inning, the American League pitching staff got down to business and allowed only one run, four hits and didn't walk a batter.

Kirby Puckett, who had no extra-base hits in seven previous All-Star Games, hit a bases-empty homer in the second and had a run-scoring double in a three-run fifth-inning rally that broke a 2-2 tie and sent the American League to its sixth straight victory. The National League continued to raise the bar on their record for consecutive losses, but little did they know, the streak was about to end.

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"I played with a lot of pride, a lot of class, and integrity. That is the part I will miss the most." - Kirby Puckett at his retirement press conference

1993 All-Star Game

1993 All-Star Game Program

1993 All-Star Game Official Program

Game Number
64
Date / Box Score
Location
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Attendance ( Rank )
48,147
Starting Pitchers
Managers
Coaches

1993 All-Star Game

Line Score

League 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 7 2
American 0 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 x 9 11 0
Terry Mulholland
Andy Benes (3rd)
John Burkett (L, 5th)
Steve Avery (5th)
John Smoltz (6th)
Rod Beck (7th)
Bryan Harvey (8th)
Mark Langston
Randy Johnson (3rd)
Jack McDowell (W, 5th)
Jimmy Key (6th)
Jeff Montgomery (7th)
Rick Aguilera (8th)
Duane Ward (9th)
Gary Sheffield (1st)
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Kirby Puckett (2nd)
Roberto Alomar (3rd)

1993 All-Star Game

National League All-Star Squad

Steve Avery Atlanta Braves P
Rod Beck San Francisco Giants P
Jay Bell Pittsburgh Pirates 2B
Andy Benes San Diego Padres P
Jeff Blauser Atlanta Braves SS
2. Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants OF
Bobby Bonilla New York Mets OF
John Burkett San Francisco Giants P
8. Darren Daulton Philadelphia Phillies C
Andres Galarraga Colorado Rockies 1B
Tom Glavine Atlanta Braves P Did Not Pitch
6. Mark Grace Chicago Cubs 1B
1. Marquis Grissom Montreal Expos OF
Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres OF
Bryan Harvey Florida Marlins P
Dave Hollins Philadelphia Phillies 3B
Gregg Jefferies St. Louis Cardinals 1B
7. David Justice Atlanta Braves OF
Roberto Kelly Cincinnati Reds OF
Darryl Kile Houston Astros P Did Not Pitch
4. John Kruk Philadelphia Phillies 1B
5. Barry Larkin Cincinnati Reds SS
Terry Mulholland Philadelphia Phillies P Starting Pitcher
Mike Piazza Los Angeles Dodgers C
9. Ryne Sandberg Chicago Cubs 2B
3. Gary Sheffield Florida Marlins OF
Lee Smith St. Louis Cardinals P Did Not Pitch
John Smoltz Atlanta Braves P
Robby Thompson San Francisco Giants 2B Injured
Andy Van Slyke Pittsburgh Pirates OF Injured
BOLD = Fan's choice to start the game (Manager chooses pitcher).

1993 All-Star Game

American League All-Star Squad

Rick Aguilera Minnesota Twins P
1. Roberto Alomar Toronto Blue Jays 2B
Carlos Baerga Cleveland Indians 2B
Albert Belle Cleveland Indians OF
8. Wade Boggs New York Yankees 3B
4. Joe Carter Toronto Blue Jays OF
Scott Cooper Boston Red Sox 3B
Cecil Fielder Detroit Tigers 1B
Travis Fryman Detroit Tigers SS
Juan Gonzalez Texas Rangers OF
3. Ken Griffey, Jr. Seattle Mariners OF
Pat Hentgen Toronto Blue Jays P Did Not Pitch
Randy Johnson Seattle Mariners P
Jimmy Key New York Yankees P
Mark Langston California Angels P Starting Pitcher
Jack McDowell Chicago White Sox P
2. Paul Molitor Toronto Blue Jays DH
Jeff Montgomery Kansas City Royals P
Mike Mussina Baltimore Orioles P Did Not Pitch
5. John Olerud Toronto Blue Jays 1B
6. Kirby Puckett Minnesota Twins OF
7. Cal Ripken, Jr. Baltimore Orioles SS
9. Ivan Rodriguez Texas Rangers C
Terry Steinbach Oakland Athletics C
Frank Thomas Chicago White Sox 1B
Greg Vaughn Milwaukee Brewers OF
Duane Ward Toronto Blue Jays P
Devon White Toronto Blue Jays OF

BOLD = Fan's choice to start the game (Manager chooses pitcher).

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During the 1993 Midsummer Classic, Barry Bonds tied the record for most doubles hit by a player during a single All-Star game with two.

This was the first All-Star game for the Florida Marlins — who sent Gary Sheffield and Bryan Harvey — and Colorado Rockies franchise — who sent Andres Galarraga .

Did you know that John Smoltz of the Atlanta Braves tied the record for most wild pitches during an All-Star game with two AND they both happened during the sixth inning?

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