History: 1960 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Eddie Mathews homers off Whitey Ford for NL.

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Stadium Yankee Stadium
AL Starter Whitey Ford
AL Manager Al Lopez
NL Starter Vern Law
NL Manager Walter Alston
In the four years of two All-Star games, 1960 was the lone season any team won both games. Willie Mays returned to the Big Apple in a big way. He went 3-for-4 with a home run, one of three on the day for the NL, including Eddie Matthews' two-run homer in the second and Stan Musial's pinch-hit shot in the seventh, the sixth of his career (ASG record). Ted Williams also appeared in his 18th and final game.
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