History: 1995 All-Star Game

All-Star Moment: Jeff Conine's go-ahead homer in eighth gives NL winning edge.

MVP Jeff Conine (FLA)
Derby Winner Frank Thomas (CWS)
Top Vote Getter Cal Ripken Jr. - 1,698,524
Stadium The Ballpark at Arlington
AL Starter Randy Johnson
AL Manager Buck Showalter
NL Starter Hideo Nomo
NL Manager Felipe Alou
The National League accounted for just three hits but was able to win the 1995 All-Star Game because all three were home runs. Craig Biggio, Mike Piazza and Jeff Conine each hit a solo home run as the NL topped the AL, 3-2, in Texas. The three hits also marked the fewest total for a team that won the All-Star Game since the AL won with a trio of hits in 1952.
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