1967 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

The 38th midseason exhibition between the all-stars of the American League and the National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball.

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1989 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

The 60th playing of the midsummer classic between the all-stars of the American League and National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball.

The 60th playing of the midsummer classic between the all-stars of the American League and National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball.

This was the second All-Star Game to be played in Anaheim, which last hosted the Midsummer Classic in 1967.

Dodgers vs. Reds at Dodger Stadium, 1967

1967 Los Angeles Dodgers season

The 1967 Los Angeles Dodgers season marked the end of one of the franchise's most successful eras.

The 1967 Los Angeles Dodgers season marked the end of one of the franchise's most successful eras.

Dodgers vs. Reds at Dodger Stadium, 1967

1967 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

Cincinnati Reds award winners and league leaders

List of baseball players who are Cincinnati Reds players that are winners of Major League Baseball awards and recognitions, Reds awards and recognitions, and/or are league leaders in various statistical areas.

List of baseball players who are Cincinnati Reds players that are winners of Major League Baseball awards and recognitions, Reds awards and recognitions, and/or are league leaders in various statistical areas.

1967 – Tony Pérez

Lou DiMuro

American umpire in Major League Baseball who worked in the American League from 1963 until his death.

American umpire in Major League Baseball who worked in the American League from 1963 until his death.

He was selected to work the World Series in 1969 and 1976, the All-Star Game in 1965, 1967, 1972 and 1981, and the American League Championship Series in 1971, 1975 and 1978, serving as crew chief in 1978.

2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

The 81st midseason exhibition between the All-Stars of the American League and the National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball.

The 81st midseason exhibition between the All-Stars of the American League and the National League (NL), the two leagues comprising Major League Baseball.

Players in action during the XM All-Star Futures Game
Pre-game lineup announcements for the Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game
The 2010 All-Star Game marked the third time Angel Stadium hosted the matchup

This was the third All-Star Game hosted by the city of Anaheim, California, which previously hosted the game in 1967 and 1989.

Horn loudspeakers are often used to broadcast sound in outdoor locations.

John Ramsey (announcer)

Public address announcer best known as the original PA voice for the California Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Raiders.

Public address announcer best known as the original PA voice for the California Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Raiders.

Horn loudspeakers are often used to broadcast sound in outdoor locations.

His voice was also heard through seven World Series, the 1959, 1967 and 1980 Major League Baseball All-Star Games, ten NBA Finals, the 1963 and 1972 NBA All-Star Games.

A night game at Fenway Park, a U.S. baseball park in Boston, Massachusetts.

List of Major League Baseball prime time television broadcasters

The first night game in Major League Baseball history occurred on May 24, 1935 when the Cincinnati Reds beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2–1 at Crosley Field.

The first night game in Major League Baseball history occurred on May 24, 1935 when the Cincinnati Reds beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2–1 at Crosley Field.

A night game at Fenway Park, a U.S. baseball park in Boston, Massachusetts.

Under the deal, NBC paid roughly $6 million per year for the 25 Games of the Week, $6.1 million for the 1967 World Series and 1967 All-Star Game, and $6.5 million for the 1968 World Series and 1968 All-Star Game.

Major League Baseball on NBC logo circa 1999.

History of Major League Baseball on NBC

The following article details the history of Major League Baseball on NBC, the broadcast of Major League Baseball games on the NBC television network.

The following article details the history of Major League Baseball on NBC, the broadcast of Major League Baseball games on the NBC television network.

Major League Baseball on NBC logo circa 1999.

Under the new deal, NBC paid roughly US$6 million per year for the 25 Games of the Week, $6.1 million for the 1967 World Series and All-Star Game, and $6.5 million for the 1968 World Series and 1968 All-Star Game.

Aerial view in August 2002

Yankee Stadium (1923)

Stadium located in the Bronx, New York City.

Stadium located in the Bronx, New York City.

Aerial view in August 2002
Main entrance during the 1920s
The raising of the American flag on Opening Day in 1923
A pre-renovation Yankee Stadium in 1959
The post-renovation interior of the stadium, pictured in August 2007.
The post-renovation exterior of the stadium, as it appeared in 2006.
Logo to commemorate the stadium's last season.
Heritage Field in 2012, with the new Yankee Stadium in background
An aerial view of Yankee Stadium shows the asymmetrical shape of the venue.
Monument Park featured monuments and plaques dedicated to Yankee greats.
The facade over the wall behind the bleachers
The Louisville Slugger-shaped exhaust pipe
Yankee Stadium after the last game was played on September 21, 2008.
Notre Dame vs. Army at Yankee Stadium, 1969.
The Stadium during the 1927 season before the left field grandstand was extended.
Aerial view of Yankee Stadium as it looked in its early years.
Panoramic view of the pre-renovated Yankee Stadium.
A view of pre-renovated Yankee Stadium in 1956
Aerial photo of the stadium and surrounding neighborhood.
The outer wall of the stadium
River Avenue, located behind the stadium and under the 4 (New York City Subway service) Train.
The front of the stadium at night
A bridge leading to the front of the stadium over Metro-North Railroad tracks
The grounds crew taking the tarp off the infield
The stadium during a night game
The left field side of the grandstand
The Stadium just before sunset from the upper deck.
The infield during a night game
The grandstand during batting practice
Monument Park, the LF bleachers, the bullpens, and the retired numbers
The outfield during batting practice
A sign in the hallway en route to the dugout that the Yankees touch as they come out of the clubhouse. Derek Jeter, with permission from the Yankees, took the sign after the stadium closed.<ref name="yahoo">{{cite web|url=https://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/blog/big_league_stew/post/Derek-Jeter-finally-admits-stealing-part-of-old-?urn=mlb,137634 |title=Derek Jeter finally admits stealing part of old Yankee Stadium - Big League Stew - MLB Blog - Yahoo! Sports |publisher=sports.yahoo.com|access-date=September 17, 2015}}</ref>
The foul pole, upper deck, and the bleachers.
The left field corner at Yankee Stadium. Notice that the foul pole is only {{convert|318|ft|m}} away from home plate.

The game was the longest in All-Star Game history by time, lasting 4 hours and 50 minutes and tied for the longest in history by innings, tied with the 1967 All-Star Game and was played in front of 55,632 people.

Emmett Ashford

The first African American umpire in Major League Baseball, working in the American League from 1966 to 1970.

The first African American umpire in Major League Baseball, working in the American League from 1966 to 1970.

Ashford was the left field umpire in the 1967 All-Star Game, and worked all five games of the 1970 World Series, but did not work home plate.