MLB All-Star Games & Home Run Derby Winners

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DateWinning LeagueScoreBallparkHost TeamHome Run Derby Winner
2022-07-12  Dodger StadiumLos Angeles Dodgers 
2021-07-13  SunTrust ParkAtlanta Braves 
2020-07-14NO ALL-STAR GAMEdue toCOVID-19 PANDEMIC  
2019-07-09American4-3Progressive FieldCleveland IndiansPete Alonso, NY Mets, 1B
2018-07-17American8-6 (10)Nationals ParkWashington NationalsBryce Harper, Washington, OF
2017-07-11American2-1 (10)Marlins ParkMiami MarlinsAaron Judge, NY Yankees, OF
2016-07-12American4-2Petco ParkSan Diego PadresGiancarlo Stanton, Miami, OF
2015-07-14American6-3Great American Ball ParkCincinnati RedsTodd Frazier, Cincinnati, 3B
2014-07-15American5-3Target FieldMinnesota TwinsYoenis Cespedes, Oakland, OF
2013-07-16American3-0Citi FieldNew York MetsYoenis Cespedes, Oakland, OF
2012-07-10National8-0Kauffman StadiumKansas City RoyalsPrince Fielder, Detroit, 1B
2011-07-12National5-1Chase FieldArizona DiamondbacksRobinson Cano, NY Yankees, 2B
2010-07-13National3-1Angel Stadium of AnaheimLos Angeles Angels of AnaheimDavid Ortiz, Boston, DH
2009-07-14American4-3Busch StadiumSt. Louis CardinalsPrince Fielder, Milwaukee, 1B
2008-07-15American4-3 (15)Yankee StadiumNew York YankeesJustin Morneau, Minnesota, 1B
2007-07-10American5-4AT&T ParkSan Francisco GiantsVladimir Guerrero, LA Angels, OF
2006-07-11American3-2PNC ParkPittsburgh PiratesRyan Howard, Philadelphia, 1B
2005-07-12American7-5Comerica ParkDetroit TigersBobby Abreu, Philadelphia, OF
2004-07-13American9-4Minute Maid ParkHouston AstrosMiguel Tejada, Baltimore, SS
2003-07-15American7-6U.S. Cellular FieldChicago White SoxGarret Anderson, Anaheim, OF
2002-07-09TIE7-7 (11)Miller ParkMilwaukee BrewersJason Giambi, NY Yankees, 1B
2001-07-10American4-1Safeco FieldSeattle MarinersLuis Gonzalez, Arizona, OF
2000-07-11American6-3Turner FieldAtlanta BravesSammy Sosa, Chi Cubs, OF
1999-07-13American4-1Fenway ParkBoston Red SoxKen Griffey Jr., Seattle, OF
1998-07-07American13-8Coors FieldColorado RockiesKen Griffey Jr., Seattle, OF
1997-07-08American3-1Jacobs FieldCleveland IndiansTino Martinez, NY Yankees, 1B
1996-07-09National6-0Veterans StadiumPhiladelphia PhilliesBarry Bonds, San Francisco, OF
1995-07-11National3-2The Ballpark in ArlingtonTexas RangersFrank Thomas, Chi White Sox, 1B
1994-07-12National8-7 (10)Three Rivers StadiumPittsburgh PiratesKen Griffey Jr., Seattle, OF
1993-07-13American9-3Oriole Park at Camden YardsBaltimore OriolesJuan Gonzalez, Texas, OF
1992-07-14American13-6Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego PadresMark McGwire, Oakland, 1B
1991-07-09American4-2SkyDomeToronto Blue JaysCal Ripken Jr., Baltimore, SS
1990-07-10American2-0Wrigley FieldChicago CubsRyne Sandberg, Chi Cubs, 2B
1989-07-11American5-3Anaheim StadiumCalifornia AngelsEric Davis, Cincinnati, OF & Ruben Sierra, Texas, OF
1988-07-12American2-1Riverfront StadiumCincinnati RedsHR Derby CANCELLED due to weather
1987-07-14National2-0 (13)Oakland-Alameda County ColiseumOakland AthleticsAndre Dawson, Chi Cubs, OF
1986-07-15American3-2AstrodomeHouston AstrosWally Joyner, California, 1B
1985-07-16National6-1Hubert H. Humphrey MetrodomeMinnesota TwinsDarryl Strawberry, NY Mets, OF
1984-07-10National3-1Candlestick ParkSan Francisco GiantsDave Parker, Cincinnati, OF
1983-07-06American13-3Comiskey ParkChicago White Sox 
1982-07-13National4-1Olympic StadiumMontreal Expos 
1981-08-09National5-4Cleveland StadiumCleveland Indians 
1980-07-08National4-2Dodger StadiumLos Angeles Dodgers 
1979-07-17National7-6KingdomeSeattle Mariners 
1978-07-11National7-3San Diego StadiumSan Diego Padres 
1977-07-19National7-5Yankee StadiumNew York Yankees 
1976-07-13National7-1Veterans StadiumPhiladelphia Phillies 
1975-07-15National6-3County StadiumMilwaukee Brewers 
1974-07-23National7-2Three Rivers StadiumPittsburgh Pirates 
1973-07-24National7-1Royals StadiumKansas City Royals 
1972-07-25National4-3 (10)Atlanta StadiumAtlanta Braves 
1971-07-13American6-4Tiger StadiumDetroit Tigers 
1970-07-14National5-4 (12)Riverfront StadiumCincinnati Reds 
1969-07-23National9-3RFK StadiumWashington Senators 
1968-07-09National1-0AstrodomeHouston Astros 
1967-07-11National2-1 (15)Anaheim StadiumCalifornia Angels 
1966-07-12National2-1 (10)Busch Memorial StadiumSt. Louis Cardinals 
1965-07-13National6-5Metropolitan StadiumMinnesota Twins 
1964-07-07National7-4Shea StadiumNew York Mets 
1963-07-09National5-3Cleveland StadiumCleveland Indians 
1962-07-30 (2nd game)American9-4Wrigley FieldChicago Cubs 
1962-07-10 (1st game)National3-1D.C. StadiumWashington Senators 
1961-07-31 (2nd game)TIE1-1 (rain, 9)Fenway ParkBoston Red Sox 
1961-07-11 (1st game)National5-4 (10)Candlestick ParkSan Francisco Giants 
1960-07-13 (2nd game)National6-0Yankee StadiumNew York Yankees 
1960-07-11 (1st game)National5-3Municipal StadiumKansas City Athletics 
1959-08-03 (2nd game)American5-3Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles Dodgers 
1959-07-07 (1st game)National5-4Forbes FieldPittsburgh Pirates 
1958-07-08American4-3Memorial StadiumBaltimore Orioles 
1957-07-09American6-5Busch StadiumSt. Louis Cardinals 
1956-07-10National7-3Griffith StadiumWashington Senators 
1955-07-12National6-5 (12)County StadiumMilwaukee Braves 
1954-07-13American11-9Cleveland StadiumCleveland Indians 
1953-07-14National5-1Crosley FieldCincinnati Reds 
1952-07-08National3-2 (rain, 5)Shibe ParkPhiladelphia Phillies 
1951-07-10National8-3Briggs StadiumDetroit Tigers 
1950-07-11National4-3 (14)Comiskey ParkChicago White Sox 
1949-07-12American11-7Ebbets FieldBrooklyn Dodgers 
1948-07-13American5-2Sportsman's ParkSt. Louis Browns 
1947-07-08American2-1Wrigley FieldChicago Cubs 
1946-07-09American12-0Fenway ParkBoston Red Sox 
1945-07-01NO ALL-STAR GAMEdue toWORLD WAR II  
1944-07-11National7-1Forbes FieldPittsburgh Pirates 
1943-07-13American5-3Shibe ParkPhiladelphia Athletics 
1942-07-06American3-1Polo GroundsNew York Giants 
1941-07-08American7-5Briggs StadiumDetroit Tigers 
1940-07-09National4-0Sportsman's ParkSt. Louis Cardinals 
1939-07-11American3-1Yankee StadiumNew York Yankees 
1938-07-06National4-1Crosley FieldCincinnati Reds 
1937-07-07American8-3Griffith StadiumWashington Senators 
1936-07-07National4-3National League ParkBoston Bees 
1935-07-08American4-1Cleveland StadiumCleveland Indians 
1934-07-10American9-7Polo GroundsNew York Giants 
1933-07-06American4-2Comiskey ParkChicago White Sox

Note: From 1959 to 1962, MLB played two All-Star Games each year to put more money into the players' pension fund.