1. Ted Williams- July 9, 1946
This game was previously mentioned as the most lopsided victory in All Star Game history because of four-men. I already mentioned the three pitchers for the AL that shut out the NL All Stars. But that fourth man is Ted Williams. If ESPN was around way back in 1946, the catchphrase would go, “You can’t stop the Splendid Splinter, you could only hope to contain him.”
Batting third for the AL team, Williams walked in the first inning, hit a solo homer off of Kirby Higbie in the third inning and hit an RBI single off of him in the fifth. Teddy Ballgame follows that up with a single off of Ewell Blackwell in the 7th and a three run shot off of Rip Sewell in the 8th.
Williams finished with 4 runs scored, 5 RBI’s, 10 total bases, 2 Homeruns, 1 walk and 4 hits in 4 at-bats, and he still owns three of those records to this day.