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All-Star Hall of Famers

Individual Batting
Club Batting and Base-Running
Individual Pitching
General Records

Individual Batting

Games
Most Games - 24 - By three players:
Stan Musial, NL, 1943-63 (consecutive)
Willie Mays, NL, 1954-73 (consecutive)
Hank Aaron, NL, 1955-74 (23 games); AL, 1975 (one game).

Most Games, Pinch-Hitter - 10 - Stan Musial, NL.

Batting Average and At Bats
Highest Batting Average, Career (Five or More Games) - .500 - Charlie Gehringer, AL, (10 for 20 in six games).
Most At-Bats, Career - 75 - Willie Mays, NL, (24 games).

Most At-Bats, Nine-Inning Game - 5 - Accomplished many times. Most recent players:
Cal Ripken, Jr., AL, July 12, 1994
Ivan Rodriquez, AL, July 12, 1994
Tony Gwynn, NL, July 12, 1994

Most At-Bats, Extra-Inning Game - 7 - Willie Jones, NL, July 11, 1950, 14 innings.

Runs
Most Runs, Career - 20 - Willie Mays, NL, (24 games).
Most Runs, Game - 4 - Ted Williams, AL, July 9, 1946.
Most Runs, Inning - 1 - By many players.

Hits
Most Consecutive Games Batting Safely - 7 - By three players:
Mickey Mantle, AL, 1954-58, 1959 (second game), 1960 (second game)
Joe Morgan, NL, 1970, 1972-77
Dave Winfield, AL, 1982-88.

Most Hits, Career - 23 - Willie Mays, NL, (24 games).
Most Hits as a Pinch-Hitter, Career - 3 - Stan Musial, NL, (in 10 pinch-hit at-bats).

Most Hits, Game - 4 - By three players:
Joe Medwick, NL, July 7, 1937 (two singles, two doubles in five at-bats)
Ted Williams, AL, July 9, 1946 (two singles, two home runs in four at-bats, also one base on balls)
Carl Yastrzemski, AL, July 14, 1970 (three singles, one double in six at-bats), 12 innings.

Most Hits, Inning - 1 - By many players.

Singles
Most Singles, Game - 3 - By nine players:
Charlie Gehringer, AL, July 7, 1937
Billy Herman, NL, July 9, 1940
Stan Hack, NL, July 13, 1943
Bobby Avila, AL, July 13, 1954
Ken Boyer, NL, July 10, 1956
Harmon Killebrew, AL, July 7, 1964
Carl Yastrzemski, AL, July 14, 1970 (12 innings)
Rickey Henderson, AL, July 13, 1982
Ivan Rodriguez, AL, July 7, 1998.

Most Singles, Inning - 1 - By many players.

Doubles
Most Doubles, Career - 7 - Dave Winfield, NL, 1977-80; AL, 1981-88 (12 games).
Most Doubles, Game - 2 - By five players:
Joe Medwick, NL, July 7, 1937
Al Simmons, AL, July 10, 1934
Ted Kluszewski, NL, July 10, 1956
Ernie Banks, NL, July 7, 1959
Barry Bonds, NL, July 13, 1993.

Triples
Most Triples, Career - 3 - By two players:
Willie Mays, NL, 1954-73 (24 games)
Brooks Robinson, AL, 1960-74 (18 games).
Most Triples, Game - 2 - Rod Carew, AL, July 11, 1978.

Home Runs
Four or More Career Home Runs:
Stan Musial - 6 (24 games)
Ted Williams - 4 (18 games)
Fred Lynn - 4 (9 games)

Most Home Runs, Game - 2 - By five players:
Arky Vaughan, NL, July 8, 1941 (consecutive)
Ted Williams, AL, July 9, 1946
Al Rosen, AL, July 13, 1954 (consecutive)
Willie McCovey, NL, July 23, 1969 (consecutive)
Gary Carter, NL, August 9, 1981 (consecutive).

Home Run in First ASG At-Bat - Accomplished twelve times:
Max West, NL, July 9, 1940, First Inning
Walter Evers, AL, July 13, 1948, Second Inning
Jim Gilliam, NL, August 3, 1959, Seventh Inning
George Altman, NL, July 11, 1961, Eighth Inning
Johnny Bench, NL, July 23, 1969, Second Inning
Dick Dietz, NL, July 14, 1970, Ninth Inning
Lee Mazzilli, NL, July 17, 1979, Eighth Inning
Terry Steinbach, AL, July 12, 1988, Third Inning
Bo Jackson, AL, July 11, 1989, First Inning
Jeff Conine, NL, July 11, 1995, Eighth Inning
Javier Lopez, NL, July 8, 1997, Seventh Inning
Hank Blalock, AL, July 15, 2003, Eigth Inning

Home Run as Leadoff Batter, Start of Game - Accomplished five times:
Frankie Frisch, NL, July 10, 1934
Lou Boudreau, AL, July 6, 1942
Willie Mays, NL, July 13, 1965
Joe Morgan, NL, July 19, 1977
Bo Jackson, AL, July 11, 1989.

Pinch-Hit Home Runs - Accomplished sixteen times:
Mickey Owen, NL, July 6, 1942, Eighth Inning
Gus Bell, NL, July 13, 1954, Eighth Inning
Larry Doby, AL, July 13, 1954, Eighth Inning
Willie Mays, NL, July 10, 1956, Fourth Inning
Stan Musial, NL, July 13, 1960, Seventh Inning
Harmon Killebrew, AL, July 11, 1961, Sixth Inning
George Altman, NL, July 11, 1961, Eighth Inning
Pete Runnels, AL, July 30, 1962, Third Inning
Reggie Jackson, AL, July 13, 1971, Third Inning
Cookie Rojas, AL, July 25, 1972, Eighth Inning
Willie Davis, NL, July 24, 1973, Sixth Inning
Carl Yastrzemski, AL, July 15, 1975, Sixth Inning
Lee Mazzilli, NL, July 17, 1979, Eighth Inning
Frank White, AL, July 15, 1986, Seventh Inning
Fred McGriff, NL, July 12, 1994, Ninth Inning
Jeff Conine, NL, July 11, 1995, Eighth Inning
Hank Blalock, AL, July 15, 2003, Eigth Inning

Most Consecutive Games Hitting Home Runs - 3 - Ralph Kiner, NL, 1949-51.

Most Grand Slams, Career - 1 - Fred Lynn, AL, July 6, 1983.

Back-to-Back Home Runs - Accomplished five times:
Rosen, Boone, AL, July 13, 1954, Third Inning
Williams, Mantle, AL, July 10, 1956, Sixth Inning
Garvey, Wynn, NL, July 15, 1975, Second Inning
Jackson, Boggs, AL, July 11, 1989, First Inning
Jeter, Ordonez, AL, July 10, 2001, Sixth Inning

Total Bases
Most Total Bases, Career - 40 - By two players:
Stan Musial, NL, 1943-63 (24 games)
Willie Mays, NL, 1954-73 (24 games)
Most Total Bases, Game - 10 - Ted Williams, AL, July 9, 1946.
Most Total Bases, Inning - 4 - By many players.

Long Hits
Most Long Hits, Career - 8 - By two players:
Stan Musial, NL, 1943-63 (24 games - two doubles, six home runs)
Willie Mays, NL, 1954-73 (24 games - two doubles, three triples, three home runs).
Most Long Hits, Game - 2 - By many players.

Runs Batted In
Most Runs Batted In, Career - 12 - Ted Williams, AL, 1940-42, 1946-51, 1954-60 (18 games).
Most Runs Batted In, Game - 5 - By two players:
Ted Williams, AL, July 9, 1946
Al Rosen, AL, July 13,1954.
Most Runs Batted In, Inning - 4 - Fred Lynn, AL, July 6, 1983 (third inning).

Bases on Balls
Most Bases on Balls, Career - 11 - Ted Williams, AL, 1940-42, 1946-51, 1954-60 (18 games).
Most Bases on Balls, Game - 3 - By two players. Charlie Gehringer, AL, July 10, 1934; Phil Cavarretta, NL, July 11, 1944.
Most Bases on Balls, Inning - 1 - By many players.

Strikeouts
Most Strikeouts, Career - 17 - Mickey Mantle, AL, 1953-62, 1964, 1967-68 (16 games).

Most Strikeouts, Nine-Inning Game - 3 - By twelve players:
Lou Gehrig, AL, July 10, 1934
Bob L. Johnson, AL, July 8, 1935
Stan Hack, NL, July 11, 1939
Joe Gordon, AL, July 6, 1942
Ken Keltner, AL, July 13, 1943
Jim Hegan, AL, July 11, 1950
Mickey Mantle, AL, July 10, 1956
Johnny Roseboro, NL, July 31, 1961
Willie McCovey, NL, July 9, 1968
Johnny Bench, NL, July 14, 1970
Albert Belle, AL, July 9, 1996
Craig Biggio, NL, July 7, 1998.

Most Strikeouts, Inning - 1 - By many players.

Sacrifice Hits and Flies
Most Sacrifice Hits, Career - 1 - By many players.
Most Sacrifice Flies, Career - 3 - George Brett, AL, 1976-79, 1981-85, 1988 (10 games).
Most Sacrifice Hits, Game or Inning - 1 - By many players.
Most Sacrifice Flies, Game or Inning - 1 - By many players.

Stolen Bases
Most Stolen Bases, Career - 6 - Willie Mays, NL, 1954-73 (24 games).
Most Stolen Bases, Inning or Game - 2 - By four players:
Willie Mays, NL, July 9, 1963
Kelly Gruber, AL, July 10, 1990
Roberto Alomar, AL, July 14, 1992
Kenny Lofton, AL, July 9, 1996.

Stealing Home, Game - 1 - Harold "Pie" Traynor, NL, July 10, 1934 (front end of a double steal with Mel Ott in the fifth inning).

Most Times Caught Stealing, Extra-Inning Game - 2 - Tony Oliva, AL, July 11, 1967, 15 innings.

Miscellaneous
Most Times Hit by Pitch, Career - 1 - By many players.
Most Times Hit by Pitch, Inning or Game - 1 - By many players.

Most Times Grounded Into Double Plays, Career - 3 - By two players:
Joe DiMaggio, AL, 1936-42, 1947-50 (11 games)
Pete Rose, NL, 1965, 1967, 1969-71, 1973-82, 1985 (16 games).

Most Times Grounding Into Double Plays, Game - 2 - Bobby Richardson, AL, July 9, 1963.

Most Times Reached First Base Safely, Game - 5 - By three players:
Charlie Gehringer, AL, July 10, 1934 (two singles, three bases on balls)
Phil Cavaretta, NL, July 11,1944 (three bases on balls, one single, one triple)
Ted Williams, AL, July 9, 1946 (two singles, two home runs, one base on balls).

Service
Most Times Playing on Winning Club - 17 - By two players:
Hank Aaron, NL
Willie Mays, NL.
Most Times Playing on Losing Club - 15 - Brooks Robinson, AL.

Most Fielding Positions Played - 5 - Pete Rose, NL, 1965-82, 85, second base, left field, right field, third base, first base (16 games).

Club Batting and Base-Running

At-Bats and Plate Appearances
Most Official At-Bats, Nine-Inning Game, One Club - 44 - AL, July 14, 1992.
Most Official At-Bats, Nine-Inning Game, Both Clubs - 83 - AL (44), NL (39), July 14, 1992.
Fewest Official At-Bats, Nine-Inning Game, One Club - 27 - NL, July 9, 1968 (eight innings).
Fewest Official At-Bats, Nine-Inning Game, Both Clubs - 57 - AL (30), NL (27), July 9, 1968.

Most Consecutive Batters Facing Pitcher, Game, One Club None Reaching Base - 20 - AL, July 9, 1968 (Jim Fregosi doubled to start game, then 20 consecutive batters were retired before Tony Oliva doubled in seventh inning).

Most Batters Facing Pitcher, Inning, One Club - 11 - AL, July 10, 1934, fifth inning.
Most Batters Facing Pitcher, Inning, Both Clubs - 19 - AL (11), NL (8), July 10, 1934, fifth inning.

Runs
Most Runs, Game, One Club - 13 - Accomplished three times:
AL, July 6, 1983
AL, July 14, 1992
AL, July 7, 1998.

Most Runs, Game, Both Clubs - 21 - AL (13), NL (8), July 7, 1998.
Most Runs, Inning, One Club - 7 - AL, July 6, 1983, third inning.
Most Runs, Inning, Both Clubs - 9 - AL (6), NL (3), July 10, 1934, fifth inning.

Most Innings Scored, Game, One Club - 6 - AL, July 7, 1998
Most Innings Scored, Game, Both Clubs - 10 - AL (6), NL (4), July 7, 1998.

Hits
Most Hits, Game, One Club - 19 - Accomplished two times:
AL, July 14, 1992
AL, July 7, 1998.

Most Hits, Game, Both Clubs - 31 - Accomplished three times:
AL (17), NL (14), July 14, 1954
AL (19), NL (12), July 14, 1992
AL (19), NL (12), July 7, 1998.

Fewest Hits, Game, One Club - 2 - NL, July 10, 1990.
Fewest Hits, Game, Both Clubs - 8- NL (5), AL (3), July 9, 1968.

Singles
Most Singles, Game, One Club - 16 - AL, July 7, 1998.
Most Singles, Game, Both Clubs - 26 - AL (16), NL (10), July 7, 1998.
Fewest Singles, Game, One Club - 0 - AL, July 9, 1968; NL, July 11, 1995.
Fewest Singles, Game, Both Clubs - 4 - NL (4), AL (0), July 9, 1968.

Doubles
Most Doubles, Game, One Club - 5 - AL, July 10, 1934; AL, July 12, 1949.
Most Doubles, Game, Both Clubs - 7 - Accomplished two times:
AL (5), NL (2), July 12, 1949
AL (4), NL (3), July 13, 1993.

Fewest Doubles, Game, One Club - 0 - In many games.
Fewest Doubles, Game, Both Clubs - 0 - Accomplished five times:
July 6, 1942
July 9, 1946
July 13, 1948
July 8, 1958
July 13, 1976.

Triples
Most Triples, Game, One Club - 2 - Accomplished five times:
AL, July 10, 1934
AL, July 10, 1951
NL, July 13, 1976
AL, July 11, 1978
AL, July 6, 1983.

Most Triples, Game, Both Clubs - 3 - AL (2), NL (1), July 11, 1978.
Fewest Triples, Game One Club - 0 - In many games.
Fewest Triples, Game Both Clubs - 0 - In many games.

Home Runs
Most Home Runs, Game, One Club - 4 - Accomplished four times:
NL, July 10, 1951
AL, July 13, 1954
NL, July 13, 1960
NL, August 9, 1981.

Most Home Runs, Game, Both Clubs - 6 - Accomplished three times:
NL (4), AL (2), July 10,1951
AL (4), NL (2), July 13, 1954
AL (3), NL (3), July 13, 1971.

Most Home Runs, Extra-Inning Game, Both Clubs, No Other Runs - 3 - NL (2), AL (1), July 11, 1967.

Fewest Home Runs, Game, One Club - 0 - In many games.
Fewest Home Runs, Game, Both Clubs - 0 - In 14 games, most recently July 13, 1999.

Most Consecutive Games, One or More Home Runs - 9 - NL, 1969-77.
Most Home Runs, Inning, Both Clubs - 3 - Accomplished two times:
NL, 2 (Musial, Elliott), AL, 1 (Wertz), July 10, 1951, fourth inning
AL, 2 (Jackson, F. Robinson), NL (Aaron), July 13, 1971, third inning.

Two Home Runs in an Inning by One Club - Accomplished eleven times:
Boudreau, York, AL, July 6, 1942, First Inning
Musial, Elliott, NL, July 10, 1951, Fourth Inning
*Rosen, Boone, AL, July 13, 1954, Third Inning
*Williams, Mantle, AL, July 10, 1956, Sixth Inning
Williams, Boyer, NL, July 7, 1964, Fourth Inning
Jackson, F. Robinson, AL, July 13, 1971, Third Inning
*Garvey, Wynn, NL, July 15, 1975, Second Inning
Morgan, Luzinski, NL, July 19, 1977, First Inning
Rice, Lynn, AL, July 6, 1983, Third Inning
*B. Jackson, Boggs, AL, July 11, 1989, First Inning
*Jeter, Ordonez, AL, July 10, 2001, Sixth Inning

*Back-to-Back

Total Bases
Most Total Bases, Game, One Club - 29 - AL, July 13,1954.
Most Total Bases, Game, Both Clubs - 52 - AL (29), NL (23), July 13, 1954.
Fewest Total Bases, Game, One Club - 2 - NL, July 10, 1990.
Fewest Total Bases, Game, Both Clubs - 12 - AL (6), NL (6), July 9, 1968.

Long Hits
Most Long Hits, Game, One Club - 7 - Accomplished two times:
AL, July 10, 1934 (five doubles, two triples)
AL, July 6, 1983 (three doubles, two triples, two home runs).

Most Long Hits, Game, Both Clubs - 10 - Accomplished two times:
NL, (5 - one double, four home runs), AL (5 - one double, two triples, two home runs), July 10, 1951
AL (6 - four doubles, two home runs), NL (4 - three doubles, one home run), July 13, 1993.

Fewest Long Hits, Game, One Club - 0 - Accomplished ten times, most recently by the NL, July 10, 1990.
Fewest Long Hits, Game, Both Clubs - 0 - July 8,1958.

Individual Pitching

Games
Most Games Pitched - 8 - By four pitchers:
Jim Bunning, 1957, 1959 (first game), 1961 (1&2), 1962 (first game), 1963 (AL); 1964, 1966 (NL)
Don Drysdale, 1959 (1&2), 1962 (first game), 1963-65, 1967, 1968 (NL)
Juan Marichal, 1962 (1&2), 1964-68, 1971 (NL)
Tom Seaver, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1973, 1975-77, 1981 (NL).

Most Consecutive Games Pitched - 6 - By two pitchers:
Ewell Blackwell, NL, 1946-51
Early Wynn, AL, 1955-59 (both games in 1959).

Most Games Started - 5 - By three pitchers:
Lefty Gomez, AL, 1933-35, 1937, 1938
Robin Roberts, NL, 1950, 1951, 1953-55
Don Drysdale, NL, 1959 (1&2), 1962 (first game), 1964, 1968.

Most Games Finished - 6 - Rich Gossage, AL, 1975, 1978, 1980; NL, 1977, 1984, 1985.

Wins and Losses
Most Games Won - 3 - Lefty Gomez, AL, 1933, 1935, 1937.
Most Games Lost - 2 - By six pitchers:
Mort Cooper, NL, 1942, 1943
Claude Passeau, NL, 1941, 1946
Whitey Ford, AL, 1959 (first game), 1960 (second game)
Luis Tiant, AL, 1968, 1974
Jim Hunter, AL, 1967, 1975
Dwight Gooden, NL, 1986, 1988.

Innings
Most Innings Pitched, Career - 19.1 - Don Drysdale, NL (8 games).
Most Innings, Game - 6 - Lefty Gomez, AL, July 8, 1935.

Runs and Earned Runs
Most Runs Allowed, Career - 13 - Whitey Ford, AL (six games).
Most Runs Allowed, Game - 7 - Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983.
Most Runs Allowed, Inning - 7 - Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983, third inning.

Most Earned Runs Allowed, Career - 11 - Whitey Ford, AL (six games).
Most Earned Runs Allowed, Game - 7 - Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983.
Most Earned Runs Allowed, Inning - 7 - Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983, third inning.

Hits
Most Hits Allowed, Career - 19 - Whitey Ford, AL, six games.
Most Hits Allowed, Game - 9 - Tom Glavine, NL, July 14, 1992.
Most Hits Allowed, Inning - 7 - Tom Glavine, NL, July 14, 1992, first inning (consecutive).

Home Runs
Most Home Runs Allowed, Career - 4 - By two pitchers:
Vida Blue, AL, (two games)
Catfish Hunter, AL, (six games).
Most Home Runs Allowed, Game - 3 - Jim Palmer, AL, July 19, 1977.

Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning - 2
Mort Cooper, NL, July 6, 1942, First Inning
Eddie Lopat, AL, July 10, 1951, Fourth Inning
*Robin Roberts, NL, July 13, 1954, Third Inning
*Warren Spahn, NL, July 10, 1956, Sixth Inning
John Wyatt, AL, July 7, 1964, Fourth Inning
*Vida Blue, AL, July 15, 1975, Second Inning
Jim Palmer, AL, July 19, 1977, First Inning
Atlee Hammaker, AL, July 6, 1983, Third Inning
*Rick Reuschel, NL, July 11, 1989, First Inning
*Jon Lieber, NL, July 10, 2001, Sixth Inning

(* back-to-back)

Bases on Balls
Most Bases on Balls, Career - 7 - Jim Palmer, AL, five games.
Most Bases on Balls, Game - 5 - Bill Hallahan, NL, July 6, 1933 (two innings).

Strikeouts
Most Strikeouts, Career - 19 - Don Drysdale, NL (eight games).

Most Strikeouts, Game - 6 - By four pitchers:
Carl Hubbell, NL, July 10, 1934 (three innings)
Johnny Vander Meer, NL, July 13, 1943 (2.2 innings)
Larry Jansen, NL, July 11, 1950 (five innings)
Ferguson Jenkins, NL, July 11. 1967 (three innings).

Most Consecutive Strikeouts, Game - 5 - By two pitchers:
Carl Hubbell, NL, July 10, 1934, three in first inning (Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx), two in second inning (Simmons, Cronin)
Fernando Valenzuela, NL, July 15, 1986, three in fourth inning (Mattingly, Ripken, Barfield), two in fifth inning (Whitaker, Higuera).

Hits Batsmen, Wild Pitches, Balks
Most Wild Pitches, Career - 2 - By seven pitchers:
Ewell Blackwell, NL (six games)
Robin Roberts, NL (five games)
Tom Brewer, AL (one game)
Juan Marichal, NL (eight games)
Dave Steib, AL (two games)
Steve Rogers, NL (three games)
John Smoltz, NL (three games).

Most Wild Pitches, Game - 2 - By four pitchers:
Tom Brewer, AL, July 10, 1956
Juan Marichal, NL, July 30, 1962
Dave Steib, AL, July 8, 1980
John Smoltz, NL, July 13, 1993.

Most Wild Pitches, Inning - 2 - By three pitchers:
Juan Marichal, NL, July 30, 1962 (ninth inning)
Dave Stieb, AL, July 8, 1980 (seventh inning)
John Smoltz, NL, July 13, 1993 (sixth inning).

Most Hit Batsmen, Inning or Game - 1 - By many pitchers.

Most Balks, Inning or Game - 1 - By six pitchers:
Bob Friend, NL, July 11, 1960
Stu Miller, July 11, 1961
Steve Busby, AL, July 15, 1975
Jim Kern, AL, July 17, 1979
Dwight Gooden, NL, July 15, 1986; July 12, 1988
Charlie Hough, AL, July 15, 1986.

General Records

Largest Attendance, Game - 72,086 - Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, August 9, 1981.
Smallest Attendance, Game - 25,556 - Braves Field, Boston, July 7, 1936.

Longest Game, by Innings - 15 - Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, July 11, 1967 (NL, 2-1).
Shortest Game, by Innings - 5 - Shibe Park, Philadelphia, July 8, 1952 - rain (NL, 3-2).

Longest Nine-Inning Game, by Time - 3 hours, 38 minutes - Coors Field, Denver, Colorado (AL, 13-8).
Shortest Nine-Inning Game, by Time - 1 hour, 53 minutes - Sportsman's Park, St. Louis, July 9, 1940 (NL, 4-0).

Longest Extra-Inning Game, by Time - 3 hours, 41 minutes - Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, July 11, 1967 (NL, 2-1), 15 innings.

Most Players, Nine-Inning Game, One Club - 29 - Accomplished three times:
NL, August 9, 1981
NL, July 10, 2001
AL, July 11, 2000
AL, July 10, 2001

Most Players, Nine-Inning Game, Both Clubs - 58 - NL (29), AL (29), July 10, 2001
Most Players, Extra-Inning Game, One Club - 27 - AL, July 12, 1994
Most Players, Extra-Inning Game, Both Clubs - 53 - AL (27), NL (26), July 12, 1994, 10 innings.

Fewest Players, Game, One Club - 11 - AL, July 6, 1942.
Fewest Players, Game, Both Clubs - 27 - AL (15), NL (12), July 6, 1938.

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