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On July 10th San Francisco’s AT&T Park will host the 2007 All Star Game. It will be the 78th MLB All Star game in history and another great sports gambling event. The first baseball All Star game was played on July 6, 1933 at Comiskey Park in Chicago. It is known as the "Midsummer Classic" and is a fan favorite.

Baseball all star game players were originally selected by the managers and the fans for the 1933 and 1934 games. From 1935 through 1946, managers selected the entire MLB All Star game roster for each league.

From 1947 to 1957, fans chose the team's starters and the manager chose the pitchers and the remaining players for the baseball all star game. From 1958 through 1969, managers, players, and coaches made the MLB All Star game selections.

In 1970, the vote again returned to the fans for the selection of the starters for the MLB All Star game and it has remained that way since. The 2007 All Star game will again be played with the winning team getting home field advantage in the World Series. That has proved important to teams and sports gambling fans in recent seasons.

No other league places any importance on a glorified exhibition game but Major League Baseball tried to increase interest by putting the home field edge on the line. Managers and players don’t like the idea of playing an exhibition game to determine home field edge in the World Series but that is what Major League Baseball has done.

The 2007 All Star game will present another chance for the National League to break their 10 game winless streak. The National League has lost 9 of the last 10 baseball all star games with one tie in 2002. Sports gambling players should be prepared for the American League to be favored once again.

Here is a look at previous Major League Baseball All-Star results with the most current results listed first.

Major League Baseball All-Star Game Results

Year
Result
Site
2006
AL, 3-2
PNC Park, Pittsburgh
2005
AL, 7-5
Comerica Park, Detroit
2004
AL, 9-4
Minute Maid Park, Houston
2003
AL, 7-6
U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago
2002
Tie, 7-7, 11 inn.
Miller Park, Milwaukee
2001
AL, 4-1
Safeco Field, Seattle
2000
AL, 6-3
Turner Field, Atlanta
1999
AL, 4-1
Fenway Park, Boston
1998
AL, 13-8
Coors Field, Colorado
1997
AL, 3-1
Jacobs Field, Cleveland
1996
NL, 6-0
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia
1995
NL, 3-2
The Ballpark at Arlington, Texas
1994
NL, 8-7, 10 inn.
Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh
1993
AL, 9-3
Camden Yards, Baltimore
1992
AL, 13-6
Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego
1991
AL, 4-2
SkyDome, Toronto
1990
AL, 2-0
Wrigley Field, Chicago
1989
AL, 5-3
Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim
1988
AL, 2-1
Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati
1987
NL, 2-0, 13 inn.
Oakland Coliseum, Oakland
1986
AL, 3-2
Astrodome, Houston
1985
NL, 6-1
Metrodome, Minneapolis
1984
NL, 3-1
Candlestick Park, San Francisco
1983
AL, 13-3
Comiskey Park, Chicago
1982
NL, 4-1
Olympic Stadium, Montreal
1981
NL, 5-4
Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland
1980
NL, 4-2
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
1979
NL, 7-6
Kingdome, Seattle
1978
NL, 7-3
San Diego Stadium, San Diego
1977
NL, 7-5
Yankee Stadium, New York
1976
NL, 7-1
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia
1975
NL, 6-3
County Stadium, Milwaukee
1974
NL, 7-2
Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh
1973
NL, 7-1
Royals Stadium, Kansas City
1972
NL, 4-3, 10 inn.
Atlanta Stadium, Atlanta
1971
AL, 6-4
Tiger Stadium, Detroit
1970
NL, 5-4, 12 inn.
Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati
1969
NL, 9-3
RFK Memorial Stadium, Washington
1968
NL, 1-0
Astrodome, Houston
1967
NL, 2-1, 15 inn.
Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim
1966
NL, 2-1, 10 inn.
Busch Stadium, St. Louis
1965
NL, 6-5
Metropolitan Stadium, Bloomington
1964
NL, 7-4
Shea Stadium, New York
1963
NL, 5-3
Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland
1962
AL, 9-4
Wrigley Field, Chicago
1962
NL, 3-1
District of Columbia Stadium, Washington
1961
Tie, 1-1
Fenway Park, Boston
1961
NL, 5-4, 10 inn.
Candlestick Park, San Francisco
1960
NL, 6-0
Yankee Stadium, New York
1960
NL, 5-3
Municipal Stadium, Kansas City
1959
AL, 5-3
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
1959
NL, 5-4
Forbes Field, Pittsburgh
1958
AL, 4-3
Memorial Stadium, Baltimore
1957
AL, 6-5
Busch Stadium, St. Louis
1956
NL, 7-3
Griffith Stadium, Washington
1955
NL, 6-5, 12 inn.
County Stadium, Milwaukee
1954
AL, 11-9
Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland
1953
NL, 5-1
Crosley Field, Cincinnati
1952
NL, 3-2, 5 inn.
Shibe Park, Philadelphia
1951
NL, 8-3
Briggs Stadium, Detroit
1950
NL, 4-3, 14 inn.
Comiskey Park, Chicago
1949
AL, 11-7
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn
1948
AL, 5-2
Sportsman Park, St. Louis
1947
AL, 2-1
Wrigley Field, Chicago
1946
AL, 12-0
Fenway Park, Boston
1945
Game canceled due to World War II
1944
NL, 7-1
Forbes Field, Pittsburgh
1943
AL, 5-3
Shibe Park, Philadelphia
1942
AL, 3-1
Polo Grounds, New York
1941
AL, 7-5
Briggs Stadium, Detroit
1940
NL, 4-0
Sportsman's Park, St. Louis
1939
AL, 3-1
Yankee Stadium, New York
1938
NL, 4-1
Crosley Field, Cincinnati
1937
AL, 8-3
Griffith Stadium, Washington
1936
NL, 4-3
Braves Field, Boston
1935
AL, 4-1
Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland
1934
AL, 9-7
Polo Grounds, New York
1933
AL, 4-2
Comiskey Park, Chicago