History: 1964 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Johnny Callison smacks walk-off three-run homer.

MVP Johnny Callison (PHI)
Derby Winner N/A
Top Vote Getter N/A
Stadium Shea Stadium
AL Starter Dean Chance
AL Manager Al Lopez
NL Starter Don Drysdale
NL Manager Walter Alston
Johnny Callison's three-run walk-off homer punctuated a four-run ninth-inning rally by the National League for one of the most thrilling finishes to an All-Star Game in history. This is one of only three Midsummer Classics to end in a walk-off home run. Red Sox ace Dick Radatz delivered two scoreless innings before the ninth in what was the only All-Star Game in the history of Shea Stadium.
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