History: 1946 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Bob Feller, Hal Newhouser and Jack Kramer combine to hold the NL to three hits.

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Stadium Fenway Park
AL Starter Bob Feller
AL Manager Steve O'Neill
NL Starter Claude Passeau
NL Manager Charlie Grimm
The war was over and the All-Star Game returned in all its glory with a celebration unlike any other. The top players were back in action, and baseball helped make America whole again. Playing in front of his home fans, Red Sox slugger Ted Williams drove in five runs on four hits and scored four runs. Meanwhile, Bob Feller, Hal Newhouser and Jack Kramer combined for a three-hit shutout.
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