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This Day in Baseball History
July 6, 1933 > The first All-Star Game is played at Chicago's Comiskey Park. Although both rosters are brimming with future Hall of Famers like Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Lefty Grove, Carl Hubbell and Paul Waner, it is the game's biggest star who leaves his imprint on the outcome. Thanks to Babe Ruth's two-run homer, the American League goes on to a 4-2 victory.