History: 1944 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Bill Nicholson's double ignites a four run fifth that leads NL to win

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Stadium Forbes Field
AL Starter Hank Borowy
AL Manager Joe McCarthy
NL Starter Bucky Walters
NL Manager Billy Southworth
The National League set a pair of records in this game, with the largest margin of victory in an All-Star Game to date (six runs) and its highest-scoring single inning (a four-run fifth). This Midsummer Classic is perhaps best known for Pirates right-hander Rip Sewell, who delighted the crowd with his "eephus" pitch and tossed three scoreless innings.
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