History: 1950 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Red Schoendienst breaks deadlock with solo homer in 14th.

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Stadium Comiskey Park
AL Starter Vic Raschi
AL Manager Casey Stengel
NL Starter Robin Roberts
NL Manager Burt Shotton
In what is widely regarded as one of the best All-Star Games to be played, St. Louis' Red Schoendienst launched a solo homer in the top of the 14th inning to put the National League on top, 4-3. That came after Ralph Kiner had tied the score at 3 with a long ball in the top of the 9th. Joe DiMaggio, the AL's last hope, rapped into a 5-4-3 double play to end the game.
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