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All-Star Results - 1994

Game 65
July 12, 1994

 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
 American 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0   7 15 0
 National 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 1   8 12 1
  W: Doug Jones L: Jason Bere
MVP: Fred McGriff, ATL (NL)
Pitchers: Smith (9), BERE (10) vs Maddux, Hill (4), Drabek (6), Hudek (6), Jackson (7), Beck (7), Myers (9), JONES (10)
Home Runs: Grissom-N, McGriff-N
Attendance: 59,568

Game Recap

The National League snapped a six-game losing streak, thanks to Moises Alou's double that scored Tony Gwynn in the bottom of the 10th inning. A home run by Atlanta's Fred McGriff in the ninth forced extra innings.

1994: He's Gwynn Home!

With the score tied 7-7, in the bottom of the 10th at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, Tony Gwynn slides under the tag of Ivan Rodriguez to give the NL an 8-7 win. Gwynn, in his 10th All-Star Game, led off the 10th inning with a single to center and came home on a drive to the wallby Moises Alou.
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American League
  Roberto Alomar
  Wilson Alvarez
  Albert Belle
  Jason Bere
  Wade Boggs
  Ricky Bones+
  Joe Carter
  Will Clark
  David Cone
  Scott Cooper
  Chili Davis
  Travis Fryman
  Ken Griffey
  Pat Hentgen
  Randy Johnson
  Jimmy Key
  Chuck Knoblauch
  Kenny Lofton
  Paul Molitor
  Mike Mussina
  Paul O'Neill
  Kirby Puckett
  Cal Ripken
  Ivan Rodriguez
  Ruben Sierra
  Lee Smith
  Mickey Tettleton
  Frank Thomas
National League
  Moises Alou
  Jeff Bagwell
  Rod Beck
  Dante Bichette
  Craig Biggio
  Barry Bonds
  Ken Caminiti
  Jeff Conine+
  Wil Cordero
  Doug Drabek
  Mariano Duncan
  Lenny Dykstra*
  Darrin Fletcher
  Carlos Garcia
  Marquis Grissom
  Tony Gwynn
  Ken Hill
  John Hudek
  Danny Jackson
  Gregg Jefferies
  Doug Jones
  David Justice
  Barry Larkin*
  Greg Maddux
  Fred McGriff
  Randy Myers
  Mike Piazza
  Jose Rijo*
  Bret Saberhagen+
  Ozzie Smith
  Matt Williams
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Ralph Kiner, right, Pittsburgh Pirate slugger, enjoys a chat with another slugging great, Boston's Ted Williams before the start of the All-Star game at Comiskey Park, Chicago, IL, July 11, 1950.