3. Al Rosen – July 13, 1954
This All-Star game featured a lot of scoring, but Al Rosen was pretty important to the AL winning 11-9. Rosen batted 5th in the order behind Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra.
In his first at bat, Rosen struckout versus Phillies pitcher Robin Roberts. But in his next at bat he hit a three run homerun off of Roberts. In the fifth-inning he would hit a two run homer off of Johnny Antonelli. Rosen followed that up with a single in the 6th and with the game tied 9-9 in the 8th, he walked to load the bases.
Rosen finished with a stat line of 3 for 4, 2 HRs, and an All-Star Record 5 RBI’s.