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All-Star Results - 1988

Game 59
July 12, 1988

 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati Game Final 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
 American 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0   2 6 2
 National 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0   1 5 0
MVP: Terry Steinbach, OAK (AL)
Pitchers: VIOLA, Clemens (3), Gubicza (4), Stieb (8), Russell (7), Jones (8), Plesac (8), Eckersley (9) vs GOODEN, Knepper (4), Cone (5), Gross (6), Davis (7), Walk (7), Hershiser (8), Worrell (9)
Home Runs: Steinbach-A
Attendance: 55,837

Game Recap

Terry Steinbach's MVP performance led the American League back into the win column. The Oakland slugger homered in his first All-Star Game at-bat in the third and drove in the game-winner in the fourth.

American League
  Doyle Alexander+
  Wade Boggs
  George Brett
  Jose Canseco
  Roger Clemens
  Dennis Eckersley
  Gary Gaetti
  Mike Greenwell
  Mark Gubicza
  Ozzie Guillen*
  Rickey Henderson
  Doug Jones
  Carney Lansford
  Tim Laudner
  Don Mattingly
  Mark McGwire
  Paul Molitor
  Dan Plesac
  Kirby Puckett
  Johnny Ray
  Jeff Reardon+
  Harold Reynolds
  Cal Ripken
  Jeff Russell
  Terry Steinbach
  Dave Stieb
  Kurt Stillwell
  Alan Trammell*
  Frank Viola
  Dave Winfield
National League
  Bobby Bonilla
  Gary Carter
  Will Clark
  Vince Coleman
  Eric Davis
  David Cone
  Mark Davis
  Shawon Dunston+
  Andres Galarraga
  Dwight Gooden
  Kevin Gross
  Orel Hershiser
  Danny Jackson+
  Bob Knepper
  Barry Larkin
  Vance Law
  Greg Maddux+
  Willie McGee
  Rafael Palmeiro
  Gerald Perry
  Chris Sabo
  Ryne Sandberg
  Ozzie Smith
  Darryl Strawberry
  Robby Thompson*
  Andy Van Slyke
  Bob Walk
  Todd Worrell
* Named to team but replaced due to injury
+ Did not enter game

Oakland A's Terry Steinbach holds his Most Valuable Player trophy after being selected as the top player in the All-Star game in Cincinnati.