On July 13, 1943, the American and National leagues play the first-night All-Star Game. Pittsburgh’s Vince DiMaggio homers, triples, and singles, but the National League loses the game, 5-4, on a three-run home run by Boston’s Bobby Doerr.
Ted Williams, playing in the All-Star Game, homers on the famed blooper pitch thrown by Rip Sewell of the Pittsburgh Pirates
July 9, 1946
National League hits a record four home runs in pounding the American League, 8-3, at the All-Star Game
July 10, 1951
June 28, 1957