On July 9, 1946, Ted Williams, playing in the All-Star Game, homers on the famed blooper pitch thrown by Rip Sewell of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Williams finishes the game with two home runs, two singles, and a record-setting five RBIs in the American League’s 12-0 win.
June 28, 1957
Fernando Valenzuela of the Los Angeles Dodgers ties Carl Hubbell’s All-Star Game record by fanning five consecutive American League batters
July 15, 1986
Steve Garvey of the Los Angeles Dodgers collects a single and double to lead the National League to a 7-2 victory in the All-Star Game
July 23, 1974
July 6, 1933