On July 9, 1963, At Cleveland Stadium, the 30th annual All-Star Game is played, Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants steals the show at the All-Star Game. Mays singles, walks, swipes two bases, scores two runs, drives in a pair, and makes a sensational catch. The National League wins, 5-3.

It is Stan Musial’s 24th All-Star appearance, a record. Musial’s teammates comprise the starting infield for the NL: 1B Bill White, 2B Julian Javier, SS Dick Groat and 3B Ken Boyer. Javier was chosen as the replacement for Pittsburgh’s injured 2B, Bill Mazeroski.