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 Triple-A All-Star Game Results (1988-1992)  
American League Affiliates 2,
National League Affiliates 1
At Richmond, VA
(The Diamond),
July 15, 1992

  • Attendance: 12,186
  • "Stars of Stars" Winners: Sam Militello (Columbus, IL); Tim Salmon (Edmonton, PCL); Jim Tatum (Denver, AA)
  • Coaching Staffs: AL Affiliates - Manager Tony Muser (Denver, AA), Keith Bodie (Calgary, PCL), Rick Down (Columbus, IL);
    NL Affiliates - Manager Chris Chambliss (Richmond, IL), Bill Evers (Phoenix, PCL), Pat Kelly (Indianapolis, AA)
  • Television: Prime Network - Bob Boone, Clint Hurdle
  • Radio: Star Communications - Bob Black (Richmond, IL), Ken Cail (Star Communications), Bob Robertson (Tacoma, PCL)
  • Box Score
Following a one hour, 32 minute rain delay to start the fifth annual game, the American League affiliates broke a three year string of losses to their National League counterparts with a 2-1 victory which ended at 12:35 AM. While wet around the edges, most of the sellout crowd of 12,186 remained, hoping to see hometown All-Star pitcher David Nied start for the National League squad. After warming up twice the would be Colorado Rockie was forced to relinquish the starting role to Tidewater's Randy Marshall, the first of five NL hurlers and the game's losing pitcher. Tim Salmon (Edmonton) scored on a second inning fielder's choice and then in the sixth, doubled to drive in Jim Tatum (Denver) who reached on a single. The AL took a 2-0 lead to the bottom of the eighth before singles by Paul Faries (Las Vegas), Geronimo Berroa (Nashville) and Carlos Garcia (Buffalo) produced the sole NL tally. AL starter Dennis Moeller (Omaha), recalled by Kansas City earlier in the day, was the winning pitcher and Mike Draper (Columbus) recorded the save. Salmon (PCL), Tatum (AA) and Sam Militello (Columbus-IL) were recognized as the MVPs of their respective leagues.

National League Affiliates 6,
American League Affiliates 5
At Louisville, KY
(Cardinal Stadium),
July 10, 1991

  • Attendance: 20,725
  • "Stars of Stars" Winners: Steve Scarsone (Scranton/WB, IL); Gary Cooper (Tucson, PCL); Jim Olander (Denver, AA)
  • Coaching Staffs: NL Affiliates - Manager Bob Skinner (Tucson, PCL), Pete Mackanin (Nashville, AA), Steve Swisher (Tidewater, IL);
    AL Affiliates - Manager Sal Rende (Omaha, AA), Greg Biagini (Rochester, IL), Max Olivares (Edmonton, PCL)
  • Television: Prime Network - Jay Randolph, Bobby Murcer
  • Radio: Capitol Sports Network - Dan Hoard (Syracuse, IL), Jim Kelch (Louisville, AA)
  • Box Score
A Triple-A All-Star Game record crowd saw the National League affiliates record their third consecutive victory in the fourth annual game. For the most part the initial three games had been offensive or defensive in nature. This game provided both as eighteen hits were recorded, no errors committed and two double plays turned. After seeing the AL take the lead early and hold it through 7 1/2 innings the National League battled back due in part to the efforts of Tucson teammates Kenny Lofton (single, SB) and Andujar Cedeno (HR) and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's Steve Scarsone (3-4, RBI). It was an eighth inning 2-run double by Gary Cooper (Tucson) which put the NL in front. The 4-run eighth made a winner of Richmond pitcher Armando Reynoso and a loser of Tom Edens (Portland). Mike Christopher (Albuquerque) was credited with the save. Cooper (PCL), Jim Olander (AA) and Scarsone (IL) received the Howe Sportsdata Star-of-Star Awards recognizing the MVP from each league. Cooper (NL) and Olander (AL) received the National and American League affiliates MVP awards as presented by Mizuno Sports.

National League Affiliates 8,
American League Affiliates 5
At Las Vegas, NV
(Cashman Field),
July 11, 1990

  • Attendance: 10,323
  • "Stars of Stars" Winners: Luis Sojo (Syracuse, IL); Eddie Williams (Las Vegas, PCL); Juan Gonzalez (Oklahoma City, AA)
  • Coaching Staffs: NL Affiliates - Manager Kevin Kennedy (Albuquerque, PCL), Terry Collins (Buffalo, AA), Bill Dancy (Scranton/WB, IL);
    AL Affiliates - Manager Bob Bailor (Syracuse, IL), Marv Foley (Vancouver, PCL), Dave Machemer (Denver, AA)
  • Television: Prime Network - Jay Randolph, Rick Monday, Bobby Murcer
  • Radio: Dyson Radio Sports, Inc. - Bob Jamison (Nashville, AA), Ken Korach (Las Vegas, PCL), Jim Weber (Toledo, IL)
  • Box Score
For the second consecutive year the National League affiliates emerged with a win as they recorded an 8-5 victory over their American League counterparts to take a 2-1 lead in the series. As was the case in 1989, the All-Stars remembered to bring their bats and the result was 26 hits with nine going for extra bases. Juan Gonzalez (Oklahoma City), the game's Most Valuable Player from the American Association, provided the AL an early 2-1 lead with a towering home run in the top of the third inning. The NL affiliates countered in their half of the inning by scoring three runs on four consecutive hits to take the lead for good at 4-2. The NL salted the game away as they scored two runs in the sixth inning and two more in the eighth before the AL's Joe Redfield (Denver) closed out the scoring with a two-run homer in the ninth. Luis Sojo (Syracuse) collected four hits including a triple and was named the MVP from the International League while Eddie Williams (Las Vegas), who collected an RBI in the third inning and scored a run in the sixth after a lead off double, was recognized as the MVP from the Pacific Coast League.

National League Affiliates 8,
American League Affiliates 3
At Columbus, OH
(Cooper Stadium),
July 12, 1989

  • Attendance: 14,131
  • "Stars of Stars" Winners: Mark Lemke (Richmond, IL); Tom Drees (Vancouver, PCL), Scott Coolbaugh (Oklahoma City, AA)
  • Coaching Staffs: NL Affiliates - Manager Pete Mackanin (Iowa, AA), Jim Beauchamp (Richmond, IL), Steve Smith (Las Vegas, PCL);
    AL Affiliates - Manager Bucky Dent (Columbus, IL), Tom Kotchman (Edmonton (PCL), Sal Rende (Omaha, AA)
  • Television: ESPN - Ron Franklin, Ken Singleton, Joe Buck
  • Radio: Dyson Radio Sports, Inc. - Howard Kellman (Indianapolis, AA), Jim Lawwill (Albuquerque, PCL), Terry Smith (Columbus, IL)
  • Box Score
The National League affiliates tied the series at one game apiece behind an offensive outburst that produced an 8-3 victory over their American League counterparts. After a pitchers' duel resulted in an American League 2-1 victory a year earlier in Buffalo, the '89 game was anything but as Sandy Alomar, Jr. (Las Vegas) hit a home run for the NL while Scott Coolbaugh (Oklahoma City) and Brian Dorsett (Columbus) connected for the AL. Mark Lemke (Richmond) sparked a five-run fifth for the NL with a two-run single making a winner of Ramon Martinez (Albuquerque) and a loser of Mike Trujillo (Toledo). The Star of Stars award winners which recognized the MVP from each league were Coolbaugh (American Association), Lemke (International League) and Tom Drees of Vancouver (Pacific Coast League) who started for the AL and true to form (Drees had pitched 2 no-hitters earlier in the season) pitched three innings of no-hit baseball. Lemke was also the ESPN viewers MVP based on telephone call-in balloting.

American League Affiliates 2,
National League Affiliates 1
At Buffalo, NY
(Pilot Field),
July 13, 1988

  • Attendance: 19,500
  • MVP: Ed Jurak (Tacoma, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: AL Affiliates - Manager Ed Nottle (Pawtucket, IL), Toby Harrah (Oklahoma City, AA), Bill Plummer (Calgary, PCL);
    NL Affiliates - Manager Terry Collins (Albuquerque, PCL), Mike Cubbage (Tidewater, IL), Joe Sparks (Indianapolis, AA)
  • Television: ESPN - Gary Thorne, Jim Kaat
  • Radio: Dyson Radio Sports, Inc. - Bob Black (Richmond, IL), Kent Derdivanis (Phoenix, PCL), Pete Weber (Buffalo, AA)
  • Box Score
Played before a sellout crowd, a national television audience and broadcast over a 100+ station radio network, the first Triple-A All-Star Game was a tremendous success. An American League 2-1 victory was a result of a pitcher's duel involving 13 different hurlers. Ed Jurak (Tacoma), the game's Most Valuable Player, broke a 1-1 tie in the top of the ninth when he scored on a Bob Geren (Columbus) grounder to short after tripling to lead off the inning. The ninth inning run made a winner of Urbano Lugo (Edmonton) and a loser of Joe Boever (Richmond). Mike Kinnunen (Columbus) was credited with the save. In the seventh Gregg Jefferies (Tidewater) countered a third inning unearned American League run with a long home run to right. The National League wasted a scoring opportunity in the fifth inning when Rochester's Bob Milacki retired the side after loading the bases on two walks and an error.

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