7. Bob Feller, Hal Newhouser & Jack Kramer – July 9, 1946
This game was the most lopsided game in All-Star game history. It wasn’t even remotely close and this game may have been the creation of the “Mercy Rule.” The AL won 12-0 and it was a dominating performance for four of the All-Stars. Three of them were pitchers and they each threw 3 innings.
Bob Feller started the game going 3 innings while giving up 2 hits, no walks and 3 strikeouts. He passed the ball off to Hal Newhouser who threw 3 innings, gave up one hit, no walks and 4 strikeouts. Newhouser passed the ball off to Jack Kramer, who went 3 innings, struck out 3, walked one and gave up no hits.
Three pitchers threw a three hit, 10 strikeout shutout against a team of National League All-Stars.