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2001 All-Star Game
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After his third-inning home run put the AL on the board, Cal Ripken was named MVP in his final All-Star Game as the American League cruised to a 4-1 win. More>
Ripken homers in final All-Star Game
Ripken celebration takes on family feel
Kind words for Ripken

300K VIDEO:  Relive All-Star Pregame from SAFECO Field
ALL-STAR PHOTO GALLERIES:   All-Star Game | All-Star Pregame | Home Run Derby | All-Star Media Day | Workout Day | Futures Game | Legends & Celebrity Softball Game


Kid Reporter
D.J. takes in Dale Jr., FanFest & All-Star Game.


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The Futures Game
Top U.S. and international Minor League prospects take the field. More>
FanFest
Seattle will be Baseball Heaven on Earth. More>
Home Run Derby
AL and NL sluggers battle for longball supremacy. More>
Ultimate Card Show
MLB.com's Ultimate Card Show, Live from the ASG. More>
Starters Announced
The results are in and the fans have spoken. More>
Reserves are picked
Torre and Valentine have made their selections. More>
All-Star History
All-Star records, facts and notes. More>
An All-Star Game for the ages
And so, they all lived happily ever after. That is actually just a mild overstatement of the sort of sentiment that was generated in SAFECO Field Tuesday night. More>

AL Notebook: Puckett speaks
The question was put to Kirby Puckett this way Tuesday: "Who's the best triples hitter in baseball?" Puckett, the soon-to-be-enshrined Hall-of-Famer, wasted not a second in answering. He said, "Cristian Guzman." More>

NL Notebook: Tommy gets cheers
A big baseball event isn't complete without the presence of Tommy Lasorda. The former Dodgers and U.S. Olympic Team manager always brings a certain unadulterated joy to the game. More>

Gonzo!
Luis Gonzalez beat out Sammy Sosa in the Championship Round of Monday's Home Run Derby. Gonzalez belted 6 dingers to Sosa's 2. Complete Derby coverage>

MORE STORIES >
Celebrities name their All-Stars
As Ripken steps aside, Glaus takes the torch
Lasorda moment supplies smiles after a scare
ASG reflects international flavor
International legends throw out first pitches
Johnson to start over Schilling
Demuth happy to umpire ASG
Earnhardt Jr a latte day Intimidator
Bauman: Sheets not typical rookie
Managers speak: Clemens, Schilling get nod
Hall yeah! Toby Hall MVP of Futures Game

Catch up with all the news, notes and info MLB.com has gathered on the 2001 All-Star Game.












JULY 8, 2001
RadioShack All-Star Sunday
RadioShack Futures Game
5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT
ESPN2
Game Recap 56K | 300K

JULY 9, 2001
Claritin All-Star Workout Day
Century 21 Home Run Derby
8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT
RadioShack Legends & Celebrity Softball Game
taped, (following HR Derby)
ESPN

Round 1: 56K | 300K

Semis: 56K | 300K

Finals: 56K | 300K

JULY 10, 2001
72nd All-Star Game
8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT

FOX
56K | 300K