History: 1936 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Gabby Hartnett starts scoring with run-scoring triple in second.

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Stadium Braves Field
AL Starter Lefty Grove
AL Manager Joe McCarthy
NL Starter Dizzy Dean
NL Manager Charlie Grimm
Joe Dimaggio became the first rookie to play in an All-Star Game during the 1936 Midsummer Classic at Braves Field in Boston. But his presence went largely unnoticed as he finished 0-for-5. Lou Gehrig homered as part of a three-run seventh, but it wasn't enough, and the National League held on for its first All-Star Game win, 4-3.
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