All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game
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The All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game is an annual game that brings former Major League Baseball all-stars and celebrities together in a friendly exhibition. The game is played the day before the Home Run Derby. It has been sponsored by RadioShack and Taco Bell; since 2015, it has no sponsor.
The game started in 2001 in Seattle and is played at the site of that year's All-Star Game. It is broadcast on tape delay after the Home Run Derby on ESPN. The current broadcast team is Matt Danver and Eduardo Pérez.
From 2001 to 2006, the game used standard softball rules with a temporary wall [220 ft (67.1 m) from home plate] on the field. In 2007, the rules were changed. Instead of 7 innings, there are only 5 innings with everyone on the team batting, whether or not they are in the field. From 2008–2012, it is unknown how long the game lasted. Since 2013, six innings are played. In place of extra innings, a swing-off was introduced. If the teams were tied at the end of 6 innings, each team would pick a batter in each round. Whoever hits the most home runs in the 5 rounds will win; otherwise, teams play sudden-death rounds until one team hits a home run.
The 2001 RadioShack Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 8, 2001 at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby. For this game the teams are named after specialty coffee drinks as a nod to the coffee industry in Seattle.
|Kenny Mayne||Celebrity (Manager)||Harold Reynolds||Legend (Manager)|
|Fred Lynn||Legend||Alvin Davis||Legend|
|Freddie Prinze, Jr.||Celebrity||Chi McBride||Celebrity|
|Henry Simmons||Celebrity||Dale Earnhardt Jr.||Celebrity|
|Howie Long||Celebrity||Frederick Thomas||Celebrity|
|Jeff Ament||Celebrity||James Van Der Beek||Celebrity|
|Jessica Biel||Celebrity||Jim Caviezel||Celebrity|
|Jonathan Lipnicki||Celebrity||Jimmy Perez||Celebrity|
|Joy Enriquez||Celebrity||Michael Badalucco||Celebrity|
|Keith Hernandez||Legend||Paul Williams||Celebrity|
|Lisa Fernandez||Celebrity||Goose Gossage||Legend|
|Marc Blucas||Celebrity||Robert Wuhl||Celebrity|
|Matthew Lillard||Celebrity||Scott Patterson||Celebrity|
|Meat Loaf||Celebrity||Steve Garvey||Legend|
|Ozzie Smith||Legend||Thomas Jane||Celebrity|
|Rick Fox||Celebrity||Tina Wesson||Celebrity|
|Tug McGraw||Legend||Tony Todd||Celebrity|
|Vanessa L. Williams||Celebrity||Vitamin C||Celebrity|
|Wilmer Valderrama||Celebrity||Don Mattingly||Legend|
The 2002 Radioshack Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 7, 2002 at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby with commentators Dave O'Brien and Rick Sutcliffe. Managers Kenny Mayne and Harold Reynolds also provided on field reporting. Pitcher Dave Winfield had a no-hitter going until the bottom of the third inning when Dale Earnhardt Jr. broke it up with a lead off single. Harold Reynolds' Brew Crew won the game 7-4.
|1||Joy Enriquez||Celebrity||RF||1||Ryne Sandberg||Legend||LCF|
|2||Paul Molitor||Legend||2B||2||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS|
|3||Howie Long||Celebrity||RF||3||Kevin James||Celebrity||LF|
|4||Cecil Fielder||Legend||C||4||Dave Winfield||Legend||P|
|6||Cecil Cooper||Legend||1B||6||George Brett||Legend||RF|
|7||Dale Earnhardt Jr.||Celebrity||3B||7||Richard Schiff||Celebrity||2B|
|8||Chi McBride||Celebrity||--||8||Don Mattingly||Legend||3B|
|9||Rollie Fingers||Legend||LF||9||John Kruk||Legend||--|
|10||Tony Todd||Celebrity||SS||10||Nadia Dajani||Celebrity||--|
|11||Gorman Thomas||Legend||LF||11||Picabo Street||Celebrity||C|
|12||Glenn Lewis||Celebrity||--||12||Bradley Whitford||Celebrity||1B|
|13||Derek Parra||Celebrity||--||13||Harold Reynolds||Legend (Manager)||--|
|14||Kenny Mayne||Celebrity (Manager)||--|
The 2003 Radioshack Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 13, 2003 at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby with commentators Dave O'Brien and Rick Sutcliffe. Managers Kenny Mayne and Harold Reynolds also provided on field reporting. In the bottom of the third inning, as The Bachelor star Andrew Firestone came to bat, manager Kenny Mayne brought in Firestone's then fiancé from the show, Jen Schefft, to pitch. Firestone popped out to the shortstop and the original pitcher was brought back in. In the next at bat Jimmy Kimmel singled but first baseman Bo Jackson successfully pulled the hidden ball trick on him to record an out. In the top of the fourth inning Jackson came to bat with a wooden bat that had pine tar on it that he claimed was given to him by George Brett. Manager Harold Reynolds challenged the amount of pine tar on the bat but the home plate umpire allowed it and Jackson then hit a home run. Kenny Mayne's Go-Go Sox won the game 7-4.
|Go-Go Sox||Southside Hitmen|
|1||Wade Boggs||Legend||3B||1||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS|
|2||Shannon Elizabeth||Celebrity||RF||2||Trista Rehn||Celebrity||--|
|3||Chris Chelios||Celebrity||LCF||3||Ryne Sandberg||Legend||2B|
|4||Bo Jackson||Legend||1B||4||Jim McMahon||Celebrity||1B|
|5||Harold Baines||Legend||RCF||5||Dave Winfield||Legend||LF|
|6||Dean Cain||Celebrity||SS||6||Brian McKnight||Celebrity||--|
|7||Gary Carter||Legend||--||7||Fred Lynn||Legend||RCF|
|8||Amy Kyler||Celebrity||--||8||Jaime Foutch||Celebrity||LCF|
|9||Adam Carolla||Celebrity||LF||9||Andrew Firestone||Celebrity||3B|
|10||Jack McDowell||Legend||P||10||Jimmy Kimmel||Celebrity||C|
|11||Rollie Fingers||Legend||--||11||Bret Saberhagen||Legend||--|
|12||Ms. Jade||Celebrity||2B||12||Goose Gossage||Legend||P|
|13||Ian Ziering||Celebrity||C||13||Sarah Silverman||Celebrity||RF|
|14||Kenny Mayne||Celebrity (Manager)||--||14||Harold Reynolds||Legend (Manager)||--|
The 2004 Taco Bell Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 11, 2004 at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby with commentators Gary Thorne and Rick Sutcliffe. Managers Kenny Mayne and Harold Reynolds also provided on field reporting. This was the first year in which the teams were designated by the American and National Leagues, as opposed to having a themed names based on the host city. In the bottom of the fourth inning, after three consecutive inside pitches, batter Nick Lachey charged pitcher Goose Gossage resulting in a faux bench clearing. The National League won 15-8.
|1||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS||1||Fred Lynn||Legend||LCF|
|2||Nick Lachey||Celebrity||RF||2||Shandi Finnessey||Celebrity||RF|
|3||Jaime Foutch||Celebrity||2B||3||Will Clark||Legend||1B|
|4||Tony Todd||Celebrity||3B||4||Cecil Fielder||Legend||--|
|5||Cesar Cedeno||Legend||RCF||5||Matthew Modine||Celebrity||3B|
|6||Dave Winfield||Legend||1B||6||Harold Reynolds||Legend (Manager)||SS|
|7||Adam Rodriguez||Celebrity||--||7||Rollie Fingers||Legend||RCF|
|8||Kenny Mayne||Celebrity (Manager)||LCF||8||Jimmy Kimmel||Celebrity||C|
|9||Clyde Drexler||Celebrity||LF||9||Sarah Silverman||Celebrity||--|
|10||Leeann Tweeden||Celebrity||--||10||Goose Gossage||Legend||P|
|11||Bill Rancic||Celebrity||C||11||Christa Williams||Celebrity||2B|
|12||Mike Scott||Legend||--||12||Charlie Maher||Celebrity||LF|
|13||Larry Dierker||Legend||P||13||Sheryl Swoopes||Celebrity||UMP*|
- Due to an ankle injury, Swoopes did not play in the game but was brought in as a replacement home plate umpire in the bottom of the fourth inning after a strike call was disputed by celebrity batter Bill Rancic. The original umpire returned for the fifth inning.
The 2005 Taco Bell Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 10, 2005 at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby with commentators Gary Thorne and Rick Sutcliffe and on field reporter Sam Ryan. The American League won 9-7.
|1||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS||1||Lovie Jung||Celebrity||2B|
|2||Jennie Finch||Celebrity||P||2||Fred Lynn||Legend||RCF|
|3||Dave Winfield||Legend||1B||3||Bo Jackson||Legend||1B|
|4||Andre Dawson||Legend||RF||4||Lou Whitaker||Legend||SS|
|5||Chris Chelios||Celebrity||2B||5||Jon Kelley||Celebrity||C|
|6||James Denton||Celebrity||3B||6||Chris Webber||Celebrity||RF|
|7||Jon Lovitz||Celebrity||--||7||Billy Bob Thornton||Celebrity||--|
|8||Rollie Fingers||Legend||LF||8||Jim Abbott||Legend||LF|
|9||Richard Schiff||Celebrity||--||9||Harold Reynolds||Legend (Manager)||3B|
|10||Leeann Tweeden||Celebrity||RCF||10||Jon Secada||Celebrity||LCF|
|11||Tommy John||Legend||--||11||Amanda Beard||Celebrity||--|
|12||Larry Joe Campbell||Celebrity||C||12||Mark Tremonti||Celebrity||--|
|13||Jessica White||Celebrity||--||13||Willie Hernández||Legend||--|
|14||Kenny Mayne||Celebrity (Manager)||LCF||14||Celines Toribio||Celebrity||--|
The 2006 Taco Bell Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 9, 2006 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby with commentators Gary Thorne and Rick Sutcliffe. Managers Harold Reynolds and John Kruk also provided on field reporting. The National League won 7-5.
|1||Bill Madlock||Legend||3B||1||Sarah Silverman||Celebrity||LF|
|2||Franco Harris||Celebrity||LCF||2||Dean Cain||Celebrity||SS|
|3||Dave Parker||Legend||DH||3||Fred Lynn||Legend||LCF|
|4||Dave Winfield||Legend||P||4||Rollie Fingers||Legend||RCF|
|5||Andre Dawson||Legend||C||5||Goose Gossage||Legend||1B|
|6||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS||6||Cowboy Troy||Celebrity||C|
|7||Carlos Bernard||Celebrity||LF||7||Harold Reynolds||Legend (Manager)||3B|
|8||Gary Carter||Legend||RCF||8||Marcus Giamatti||Celebrity||RF|
|9||Rob Reiner||Celebrity||1B||9||Tommy John||Legend||P|
|10||Jimmy Kimmel||Celebrity||2B||10||Tony Potts||Celebrity||2B|
|11||Carey Hart||Celebrity||RF||11||Sal Iacono||Celebrity||--|
|12||Leeann Tweeden||Celebrity||--||12||Danny Masterson||Celebrity||--|
|13||John Kruk||Legend (Manager)||--||13||Trevor Morgan||Celebrity||--|
AL Rosters: Fred Lynn, Rachel Smith, Kenny Mayne (manager), Jerry Rice, James Denton, Bobby Flay, Sal Iacano, Wade Boggs, Rickey Henderson, Dane Cook, Rollie Fingers, Paul Giamatti, Goose Gossage, Andre Dawson
NL Rosters: Dave Winfield, Jimmy Kimmel (manager), Gary Carter, Robb Nen, J. T. Snow, Rob Scheider, Ernie Banks, Leeann Tweeden, Ozzie Smith, Jeff Garlin, Alyssa Milano, Gavin Newsom, Lisa Guerrero, Gavin Newsom, Kevin Mitchell, Robby Thompson, Matt Williams,
Reporter: Erin Andrews
NL Rosters: Chris Rock, Marlee Manlin, Tim Raines, Ozzie Smith, Bobby Flay, George Lopez, Justin Tuck, Gary Carter, James Denton, A.J. Calloway, Kyle Massey, Paul Molitor, Tony Perez, Mike Greenberg (manager), AL Rosters: Maria Menounos, Billy Baldwin, Billy Crystal, Kenny Mayne, Paul O' Neill, Mike Golic (manager), Spike Lee, Goose Gossage, Wade Boggs, Rollie Fingers, George Brett, Spike Lee, Whoopi Goldberg, Tino Martinez,
AL Rosters: Ashanti, Shawn Johnson, Andy Richter, Brian Littrell, Kristen Butler, Rollie Fingers, James Denton, Goose Gossage, Fred Lynn, Ginuwine, Mike Golic (Manager), NL Rosters: Jenna Fischer, Nelly, Bob Knight, Billy Bob Thornton, Ozzie Smith, Dave Winfield, Ernie Banks, Annie Wersching, Jon Hamm, Chingy, Treena Peel, Megan Gibson, Mike Greenberg (Manager)
The 2011 Taco Bell Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 10, 2011 at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby. There were no commentators for the game but managers James Denton and Erin Andrews provided continuous, on field reporting. For this game an inflatable kiddie pool was placed just beyond the shorter softball fence in right-center field as an imitation of the pool just beyond the MLB regulation fence in right-center field. Andrews explained during the telecast that a ball hit into the pool would be worth 4 runs. The National League won 5-3.
|1||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS||1||Rickey Henderson||Legend||LF|
|2||Larry Fitzgerald||Celebrity||RCF||2||Kate Upton||Celebrity||2B|
|3||Jordin Sparks||Celebrity||RF||3||Nick Jonas||Celebrity||3B|
|4||Chord Overstreet||Celebrity||LCF||4||Rollie Fingers||Legend||P|
|5||Luis Gonzalez||Legend||LF||5||Chris Pratt||Celebrity||1B|
|6||James Denton||Celebrity (Manager)||--||6||Fred Lynn||Legend||RCF|
|7||Jesse Williams||Celebrity||--||7||Greg Grunberg||Celebrity||--|
|8||Josh Hopkins||Celebrity||3B||8||Jake T. Austin||Celebrity||C|
|9||Mike Piazza||Legend||C||9||Tim DeKay||Celebrity||--|
|10||Jason Aldean||Celebrity||--||10||Amaury Nolasco||Celebrity||SS|
|11||Paul DiMeo||Celebrity||--||11||Tom Papa||Celebrity||RF|
|12||Mark Grace||Legend||1B||12||Bernie Williams||Legend||LCF|
|13||Dave Annable||Celebrity||2B||13||Carlos Bocanegra||Celebrity||--|
|14||Steve Garvey||Legend||--||14||A.J. Calloway||Celebrity||--|
|15||Jennie Finch||Celebrity||P||15||Erin Andrews||Celebrity (Manager)||--|
The 2012 Taco Bell Legends and Celebrity Softball Game was played on Sunday, July 8, 2012 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. ESPN broadcast the game after the Home Run Derby with commentators Bill Simmons and John Anderson and on field reporter Tim Kurkjian. In the bottom of the second inning Mike Sweeny, Bill Self, and Chord Overstreet hit back-to-back-to-back home runs, a first in L&S Softball history. This game was the first to feature players from the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team. Saul Bosquez, US Army, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Matt Kinsey, US Army, Operation Enduring Freedom, are both members of the Washington Nationals WWAST. Bosquez played for the AL and Kinsey played for the NL. Kinsey hit a home run and won the MVP award. The National League won 21-8.
|1||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS||1||Rickey Henderson||Legend||LCF|
|2||Jon Hamm||Celebrity||3B||2||Eric Stonestreet||Celebrity||C|
|3||Dave Winfield||Legend||RF||3||Matt Cassel||Celebrity||--|
|4||Jennie Finch||Celebrity||P||4||George Brett||Legend||3B|
|5||Andre Dawson||Legend||--||5||Haley Reinhart||Celebrity||--|
|6||James Denton||Celebrity||RCF||6||Mike Sweeney||Legend||1B|
|7||Rick Sutcliffe||Legend (Manager)||C||7||Bill Self||Celebrity||2B|
|8||Horatio Sanz||Celebrity||LCF||8||Chord Overstreet||Celebrity||RCF|
|9||Matt Kinsey||Wounded Warrior||1B||9||Saul Bosquez||Wounded Warrior||SS|
|10||David Nail||Celebrity||LF||10||David Cook||Celebrity||LF|
|11||Steve Garvey||Legend||--||11||Joe Carter||Legend||RF|
|12||Paul DiMeo||Celebrity||--||12||Rollie Fingers||Legend||P|
|13||Carlos Bocanegra||Celebrity||2B||13||Chrissy Teigen||Celebrity||--|
|--||Bo Jackson||Legend (Manager)||PH*|
- Bo Jackson was not in the starting lineup due to a hip injury but pinch hit for Joe Carter in the bottom of the sixth inning. Carter was Jackson's courtesy runner; however, Jackson popped out to shortstop to end the game.
In 2013, the Legends/Celebrities Softball Game was won by the "home team" National League in six innings with a strong performance by Jennie Finch (Olympian Softball Player) who pitched a complete game for the NL. She was helped offensively from Mike Piazza (New York Mets Legend), Andre Dawson (Legend), and Josh Wege (Wounded Warrior) hitting home runs. Boomer Esiason (NL manager, television personality) and John Franco (NL co-captain, MLB Legend) were the captains of the victorious National League. Felipe Eraso (a top fundraiser for All-Star 5k Fun Run) hit an inside-the-ballpark home run also scoring actor George Lopez, due to a missed diving catch attempt in the outfield and an errant throw to American League catcher Ashanti. Other players for the National League were Alyssa Milano (actress), Kevin James (actor/comedian), and Legends Darryl Strawberry, Ozzie Smith, and Dwight Gooden. Josh Wege, an amputee wounded in Afghanistan was the co-MVP with Kevin James.
The American League softball team was led by Craig Carton (radio personality/manager) and Bernie Williams (MLB Legend). Rollie Fingers (MLB Legend) had several costly errors and Ashanti (singer) didn’t fare well defensively or at the plate. Other legends for the AL team included Rickey Henderson, Frank Thomas, and Fred Lynn. Actors Chord Overstreet (Glee), James Denton (Desperate Housewives), AJ Calloway (Extra), Gary Valentine (Actor/Comedian), and 2013 Miss America Mallory Hagan participated in the game. Actor/Comedian Chris Rock was reportedly scheduled to appear in the softball game, but wasn’t shown playing.
In 2014, the Legends/Celebrities softball game was held at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Sunday, July 13. ESPN broadcast the game following the live broadcast of the 2014 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby. This year's game was won by the "away team" National League in six innings with a strong performance by Nelly (rapper) and David Nail (Country Music singer) who both hit two home runs for the NL.
|1||Ozzie Smith||Legend||SS||1||Rickey Henderson||Legend||LF|
|3||Larry Fitzgerald||Celebrity||3||Fat Joe||Celebrity|
|4||Mike Piazza||Legend||C||4||Zach Parise||Celebrity||SS|
|5||Nick Clark||Wounded Warrior||5||Jim Thome||Legend||DH|
|6||Jennie Finch||Celebrity||P||6||Greg Reynolds||Wounded Warrior|
|7||Chris Distefano||Celebrity||7||James Denton||Celebrity||3B|
|8||John Smoltz||Legend||P||8||Fred Lynn||Legend|
|9||David Nail||Celebrity||LF||9||January Jones||Celebrity||C|
|10||Andre Dawson||Legend||10||Rob Riggle||Celebrity||LF|
|11||Andy Cohen||Celebrity||11||Jack Morris||Legend||P|
|13||Melanie Iglesias||Celebrity||13||Maya Moore||Celebrity||1B|
|14||Dwight Gooden||Legend||14||Rollie Fingers||Legend||P|
|15||Julie Bennett||Celebrity||P||15||Andrew Zimmern||Celebrity||2B|
|1||Paul O'Neill||Legend||1||Eric Davis||Legend|
|3||Vladimir Guerrero||Legend||3||Sean Casey||Legend|
|4||Todd Reed||Wounded Warrior||4||Miles Teller||Celebrity|
|5||Rob Riggle||Celebrity/Manager||5||Urban Meyer||Celebrity|
|6||Jordin Sparks||Celebrity||6||Jennie Finch||Celebrity||P|
|7||Fred Lynn||Legend||7||Aaron Boone||Legend/Manager|
|8||Cole Swindell||Celebrity||8||Snoop Dogg||Celebrity||P|
|9||Bernie Williams||Legend||9||Andre Dawson||Legend||CF|
|10||Charissa Thompson||Celebrity||10||Kirk Herbstreit||Celebrity|
|11||Rollie Fingers||Legend||P||11||Tim Horton||Wounded Warrior|
|12||Justin Moore||Celebrity||12||Andy Dalton||Celebrity|
|13||Chad Lowe||Celebrity||13||Olivia Holt||Celebrity||RF|
|1||Rickey Henderson||Legend||1||Ozzie Smith||Legend|
|2||Nina Agdal||Celebrity||2||Drew Brees||Legend|
|3||J.K. Simmons||Celebrity||3||Trevor Hoffman||Legend|
|4||Curtis Pride||Legend||4||Mark-Paul Gosselaar||Celebrity|
|5||Chris Gary||Wounded Warrior||5||Andy Cohen||Celebrity|
|6||Jamie Foxx||Celebrity||6||Morris Chestnut||Celebrity|
|7||Rico Rodriguez||Celebrity||7||Sterling K. Brown||Celebrity|
|8||Peyton Meyer||Celebrity||8||Rollie Fingers||Legend|
|9||Landon Donovan||Celebrity||9||Mark Consuelos||Celebrity|
|10||Terry Crews||Celebrity||10||David Wells||Legend|
|11||Karan Brar||Celebrity||11||Cameron Boyce||Celebrity|
|12||Tyler Hoechlin||Celebrity||12||Jennie Finch||Celebrity|
|13||Raini Rodriguez||Celebrity||13||Pete Wentz||Celebrity|
|14||Fred Lynn||Legend||14||Billy Bean||Legend|
|15||Kate Powell||Celebrity||15||Damaris Lewis||Celebrity|
|16||Tim Raines||Legend||16||Martin Diaz||Wounded Warrior|
|17||Omar Miller||Celebrity||17||Kyle Mooney||Celebrity|
The 17th Celebrities/Legends game was played at Marlins Park in Miami. A 13-run 2nd propelled the Nationals to score a record 28 overall in their victory. The 50 total runs scored by both teams also was a game record. Neither Ozzie Smith nor Rollie Fingers were playing for the first time.
The 18th Celebrities/Legends game was played at Nationals Park in Washington, DC. Quincy Brown, Ashley Greene, Christopher Jackson, Skai Jackson, Taylor Kinney, Tim Kurkjian, Brandon Larracuente, J. R. Martínez, The Miz, Bill Nye, DJ Diesel, Josh Norman, Dascha Polanco, Scott Rogowsky and John Wall joined Foxx among the celebrities participated. Wounded Warriors were Jonathan Herst & Cody Rice.
Down by 11 to the AL in the bottom of the 6th, the Nationals tried to rally, but came up 4 runs short. And The Miz quickly ended the 5th by retiring the side on one pitch per batter.
The 19th Celebrities/Legends game was played at Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH. Jennie Finch & Jessica Mendoza returned as starting pitchers. The Miz managed Cleveland; celebrity participants included Drew Carey & Kenny Lofton among others.
Since 2019, the visiting team represents the World team and the host city the home team.
|Year||Winning Manager||Losing Manager||Score||Site (Host Team)|
|2001||Kenny Mayne (Espressos)||Harold Reynolds (Lattes)||8–6 Espressos||Safeco Field (Seattle)|
|2002||Harold Reynolds (Brew Crew)||Kenny Mayne (Wallbangers)||7–4 Brew Crew||Miller Park (Milwaukee)|
|2003||Kenny Mayne (Go-Go Sox)||Harold Reynolds (Southside Hitmen)||7–4 Go-Go Sox||U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago White Sox)|
|2004||Kenny Mayne (N.L.)||Harold Reynolds (A.L.)||15–8 National||Minute Maid Park (Houston)|
|2005||Harold Reynolds (A.L)||Kenny Mayne (N.L.)||9–7 American||Comerica Park (Detroit)|
|2006||John Kruk (N.L.)||Harold Reynolds (A.L.)||7–5 National||PNC Park (Pittsburgh)|
|2007||Kenny Mayne (A.L.)||Jimmy Kimmel (N.L.)||13–9 American||AT&T Park (San Francisco)|
|2008||Mike Greenberg (N.L.)||Mike Golic (A.L.)||8–7 National||Yankee Stadium (N.Y. Yankees)|
|2009||Mike Greenberg (N.L.)||Mike Golic (A.L.)||10–8 National||Busch Stadium (St. Louis)|
|2010||Goose Gossage (A.L.)||John Kruk (N.L.)||15–11 American||Angel Stadium (L.A. Angels)|
|2011||James Denton (N.L.)||Erin Andrews (A.L.)||5–3 National||Chase Field (Arizona)|
|2012||Rick Sutcliffe (N.L.)||Bo Jackson (A.L.)||21–8 National||Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City)|
|2013||Boomer Esiason (N.L.)||Craig Carton (A.L.)||8–5 National||Citi Field (N.Y. Mets)|
|2014||TBD (N.L.)||TBD (A.L.)||15–4 National||Target Field (Minnesota)|
|2015||Rob Riggle (A.L.)||Aaron Boone (N.L.)||25–21 American||Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati)|
|2016||Jamie Foxx (A.L)||Jennie Finch (N.L.)||8–7 American||Petco Park (San Diego)|
|2017||Jennie Finch (N.L.)||Jamie Foxx (A.L.)||28–22 National||Marlins Park (Miami)|
|2018||Jamie Foxx (A.L.)||Jennie Finch (N.L.)||14–10 American||Nationals Park (Washington)|
|2019||Jennie Finch (World)||The Miz (CLE)||21–16 World||Progressive Field (Cleveland)|
|2020||Dodger Stadium (L.A. Dodgers)|
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