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RKMeibalane
07-06-2006, 11:18 AM
July 15, 1986- Houston Astrodome- AL 3 NL 2

Starting Lineups:

AL:
CF- Kirby Puckett (Minnesota Twins)
LF- Rickey Henderson (New York Yankees)
3B- Wade Boggs (Boston Red Sox)
C- Lance Parrish (Detroit Tigers)
1B- Wally Joyner (California Angels)
SS- Cal Ripken Jr. (Baltimore Orioles)
RF- Dave Winfield (New York Yankees)
2B- Lou Whitaker (Detroit Tigers)
P- Rogers Clemens (Boston Red Sox)

NL:
LF- Tony Gwynn (San Diego Padres)
2B- Ryne Sandberg (Chicago Cubs)
1B- Keith Hernandez (New York Mets)
C- Gary Carter (New York Mets)
RF- Darryl Strawberry (New York Mets)
3B- Mike Schmidt (Philadelphia Phillies)
CF- Dale Murphy (Atlanta Braves)
SS- Ozzie Smith (St. Louis Cardinals)
P- Dwight Gooden (New York Mets)

July 14, 1987- Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum- NL 2 AL 0 (MVP: Tim Raines)

NL:
LF- Eric Davis (Cincinnati Reds)
2B- Ryne Sandberg (Chicago Cubs)
CF- Andre Dawson (Chicago Cubs)
3B- Mike Schmidt (Philadelphia Phillies)
1B- Jack Clark (St. Louis Cardinals)
RF- Darryl Strawberry (New York Mets)
C- Gary Carter (New York Mets)
SS- Ozzie Smith (St. Louis Cardinals)
P- Mike Scott (Houston Astros)

(*-notice the absence of the DH)

AL:
CF- Rickey Henderson (New York Yankees)
1B- Don Mattingly (New York Yankees)
3B- Wade Boggs (Boston Red Sox)
LF- George Bell (Toronto Blue Jays)
RF- Dave Winfield (New York Yankees)
SS- Cal Ripken Jr. (Baltimore Orioles)
C- Terry Kennedy (Baltimore Orioles)
2B- Willie Randolph (New York Yankees)
P- Brett Saberhagen (Kansas City Royals)

July 12, 1988- Riverfront Stadium- AL 2 NL 1 (MVP: Terry Steinbach)

AL:
CF- Rickey Henderson (New York Yankees)
2B- Paul Molitor (Milwaukee Brewers)
3B- Wade Boggs (Boston Red Sox)
LF- Jose Canseco (Oakland Athletics)
RF- Dave Winfield (New York Yankees)
SS- Cal Ripken Jr. (Baltimore Orioles)
1B- Mark McGwire (Oakland Athletics)
C- Terry Steinbach (Oakland Athletics)
P- Frank Viola (Minnesota Twins)

NL:
LF- Vince Coleman (St. Louis Cardinals)
2B- Ryne Sandberg (Chicago Cubs)
CF- Andre Dawson (Chicago Cubs)
RF- Darryl Strawberry (New York Mets)
3B- Bobby Bonilla (Pittsburgh Pirates)
1B- Will Clark (San Francisco Giants)
C- Gary Carter (New York Mets)
SS- Ozzie Smith (St. Louis Cardinals)
P- Dwight Gooden (New York Mets)

To be continued...

1951Campbell
07-06-2006, 11:28 AM
Man, was Wally Joyner a flash in the pan.

RKMeibalane
07-06-2006, 11:29 AM
Man, was Wally Joyner a flash in the pan.

Indeed. He was the Penny Hardaway of baseball.

FedEx227
07-06-2006, 11:41 AM
Indeed. He was the Penny Hardaway of baseball.

Hey now.... there was no Lil Wally!

soxfan13
07-06-2006, 12:08 PM
Man, was Wally Joyner a flash in the pan.

I wouldnt call him that. Had a career year his second year but finished a career .290 hitter 200+ HRs and 1000+ RBIs

JohnBasedowYoda
07-06-2006, 12:21 PM
wow back then only one or two starting yankees/red sox

ewokpelts
07-06-2006, 12:48 PM
wow back then only one or two starting yankees/red soxal gore didnt invent the internet yet

RKMeibalane
07-06-2006, 01:10 PM
I wouldnt call him that. Had a career year his second year but finished a career .290 hitter 200+ HRs and 1000+ RBIs

Fair enough.

EastCoastSoxFan
07-06-2006, 01:54 PM
I remember that '86 ASG -- the night of the 2nd baseman.
Sweet Lou hit a 2-run shot and later on Frank White hit a solo shot for what would prove to be the game-winning run.
Harold flied out in his only at-bat, I believe off Mike Scott. In fact, I think Frank White might have hit that solo shot right after Harold flied out.
But I'm sure others have a more vivid memory than I...

RKMeibalane
07-06-2006, 03:43 PM
July 11, 1989- Anaheim Stadium- AL 5 NL 3 (MVP: Bo Jackson)

NL:
RF- Tony Gwynn (San Diego Padres)
SS- Ozzie Smith (St. Louis Cardinals)
1B- Will Clark (San Francisco Giants)
LF- Kevin Mitchell (San Francisco Giants)
CF- Eric Davis (Cincinnati Reds)
3B- Howard Johnson (New York Mets)
DH- Pedro Guerrero (St. Louis Cardinals)
2B- Ryne Sandberg (Chicago Cubs)
C- Benito Santiago (San Diego Padres)

P- Rick Reuschel (San Francisco Giants)

AL:
LF- Bo Jackson (Kansas City Royals)
3B- Wade Boggs (Boston Red Sox)
CF- Kirby Puckett (Minnesota Twins)
DH- Harold Baines (Chicago White Sox)
2B- Julio Franco (Texas Rangers)
SS- Cal Ripken Jr. (Baltimore Orioles)
RF- Ruben Sierra (Texas Rangers)
1B- Mark McGwire (Oakland Athletics)
C- Terry Steinbach (Oakland Athletics)

P- Dave Stewart (Oakland Athletics)

July 10, 1990- The Urinal- AL 2 NL 0 (MVP: Julio Franco)

AL:
LF- Rickey Henderson (Oakland Athletics)
3B- Wade Boggs (Boston Red Sox)
RF- Jose Canseco (Oakland Athletics)
SS- Cal Ripken Jr. (Baltimore Orioles)
CF- Ken Griffey Jr. (Seattle Mariners)
1B- Mark McGwire (Oakland Athletics)
C- Sandy Alomar Jr. (Cleveland Indians)
2B- Steve Sax (New York Yankees)
P- Bob Welch (Oakland Athletics)

NL:
CF- Lenny Dykstra (Philadelphia Phillies)
2B- Ryne Sandberg (Chicago Cubs)
1B- Will Clark (San Francisco Giants)
LF- Kevin Mitchell (San Francisco Giants)
RF- Andre Dawson (Chicago Cubs)
3B- Chris Sabo (Cincinnati Reds)
C- Mike Scioscia (Los Angeles Dodgers)
SS- Ozzie Smith (St. Louis Cardinals)
P- Jack Armstrong (Cincinnati Reds)

July 9, 1991- Skydome- AL 4 NL 2 (MVP: Cal Ripken Jr.)

NL:
CF- Tony Gwynn (San Diego Padres)
2B- Ryne Sandberg (Chicago Cubs)
1B- Will Clark (San Francisco Giants)
DH- Bobby Bonilla (Pittsburgh Pirates)
RF- Andre Dawson (Chicago Cubs)
LF- Ivan Calderon (Montreal Expos)
3B- Chris Sabo (Cincinnati Reds)
C- Benito Santiago (San Diego Padres)
SS- Ozzie Smith (St. Louis Cardinals)

P- Tom Glavine (Atlanta Braves)

AL:
LF- Rickey Henderson (Oakland Athletics)
3B- Wade Boggs (Boston Red Sox)
SS- Cal Ripken Jr. (Baltimore Orioles)
1B- Cecil Fielder (Detroit Tigers)
DH- Danny Tartabull (Kansas City Royals)
RF- Dave Henderson (Oakland Athletics)
CF- Ken Griffey Jr. (Seattle Mariners)
C- Sandy Alomar Jr. (Cleveland Indians)
2B- Roberto Alomar (Toronto Blue Jays)

P- Jack Morris (Minnesota Twins)

TheKittle
07-06-2006, 04:20 PM
The 89 game is memorable because Bo Jackson just dominated that game.

The only two things I remember from the AS games of the 90's is the joke it became with the crap Larry Walker pulled and the Mike Mussina-Cita Gaston feud, when Gaston didn't put in Mussina, when the game was in Baltimore.