On July 6, 1983 — On the 50th anniversary of the Midsummer Classic, Fred Lynn hits the first grand slam in All-Star competition during a record seven-run third inning en route to the American League setting a record for runs scored by one team in a game in their 13-3 victory at Chicago’s Comiskey Park, the site of the first All-Star Game in 1933. The Junior Circuit’s victory halts the National League’s 11-game winning streak

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