History: 1933 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Babe Ruth's two-run shot gives AL enough to win inaugural Midsummer Classic.

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Stadium Comiskey Park
AL Starter Lefty Gomez
AL Manager Connie Mack
NL Starter Bill Hallahan
NL Manager John McGraw
Babe Ruth hit the first home run in All-Star Game history and also added a spectacular catch in the first Midsummer Classic. Fellow future Hall of Famer Frankie Frisch also homered, while pitcher Lefty Gomez was the first winning pitcher in All-Star history during a 4-2 American League win at Chicago's Comiskey Park.
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