History: 1937 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Lou Gehrig opens scoring with two-run home run in third.

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Stadium Griffith Stadium
AL Starter Lefty Gomez
AL Manager Joe McCarthy
NL Starter Dizzy Dean
NL Manager Bill Terry
President Franklin D. Roosevelt was on hand for the fifth edition of the Midsummer Classic and the first to be staged in Washington, D.C. The American League cruised to an easy victory on the strength of a homer and four RBIs from Lou Gehrig and three scoreless innings from Lefty Gomez.
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