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NL 000 001 110 3 3 0
AL 000 200 000 2 8 0
Date: July 11
Site: The Ballpark at
Arlington, Texas
MVP: Jeff Conine (Marlins)
Heathcliff Slocumb
Steve Ontiveros (A's)
Attendance 50,920

1995: NL 3, AL 2
The National League got only three hits, but all of them were home runs, to win 3-2 in sweltering heat in Arlington, Texas. The homers came from Craig Biggio (in the 6th), Mike Piazza (in the 7th) and Jeff Conine (in the 8th). Frank Thomas hit a two-run homer in the fourth to account for all of the AL runs.
AL roster NL roster
Roberto Alomar
Kevin Appier
Carlos Baerga
Albert Belle
Wade Boggs
Gary DiSarcina
Jim Edmonds
Chuck Finley
Ken Griffey, Jr.*
Erik Hanson
Randy Johnson
Kenny Lofton
Edgar Martinez
Dennis Martinez
Tino Martinez
Mark McGwire
Jose Mesa
Paul O'Neill
Steve Ontiveros
Kirby Puckett
Manny Ramirez
Cal Ripken, Jr.
Ivan Rodriguez
Kenny Rogers
Kevin Seitzer
Lee Smith
Mike Stanley
Frank Thomas
Mo Vaughn
David Wells
*Selected but unable to play
Dante Bichette
Craig Biggio
Barry Bonds
Bobby Bonilla
Vinny Castilla
Jeff Conine
Darren Daulton
Lenny Dykstra
Ron Gant
Mark Grace
Tyler Green
Tony Gwynn
Tom Henke
Barry Larkin
Greg Maddux
Fred McGriff
Raul Mondesi
Mickey Morandini
Randy Myers
Denny Neagle
Hideo Nomo
Jose Offerman
Carlos Perez
Mike Piazza
Reggie Sanders
Heathcliff Slocumb
John Smiley
Ozzie Smith
Sammy Sosa
Matt Williams*
Todd Worrell
*Selected but unable to play