History: 1939 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Bob Feller enters with no outs, bases loaded in sixth, pitches AL out of jam to hold two-run lead.

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Stadium Yankee Stadium
AL Starter Red Ruffing
AL Manager Joe McCarthy
NL Starter Paul Derringer
NL Manager Gabby Hartnett
The Yankees led the American League in 1939 behind manager Joe McCarthy, as six Bronx Bombers started the game and delivered four of the AL's six hits. Joe DiMaggio hit a solo homer in the fifth inning. Bob Feller kept the AL ahead after entering in a dire situation with the bases loaded and one out in the sixth, inducing an inning-ending double play off the bat of Arky Vaughn.
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