MLB All-Star Game quiz

American League shortstop Derek Jeter waits to hit

American League shortstop Derek Jeter waits to hit during batting practice for the MLB All-Star game, Monday, July 14, 2014, in Minneapolis. (Credit: AP / Jeff Roberson)

The All-Star Game Tuesday at Target Field marks the 85th meeting between the American and National League in the Midsummer Classic. The National League leads the all-time series with 43 wins. How much do you know about the history of the All-Star Game? Take our quiz to find out.


Who is the only player in All-Star Game history to play the entire game (including extra innings)?


Who is the only player to win the All-Star Game MVP and World Series MVP in the same year?


How many times has the All-Star Game ended in a tie?


Before this season, when was the last time Minnesota hosted the All-Star Game?


Who holds the record for most seasons on an All-Star team roster with 21?


How many times has the All-Star Game been held in New York?


Which Yankee has played in the most All-Star Games?


Tom Seaver played in 12 All-Star Games in 20 MLB seasons. How many of his appearances came as a Met?


The last time a rookie started the All-Star Game was 2008. How many rookies have started in the ASG?


Who was the oldest player to participate in the All-Star Game at 47 years old?


Who was the youngest starting player in an All-Star Game at 20 years and six months?


Which pair of brothers most recently played in the same All-Star Game?


Who was the first player in All-Star Game history to hit a grand slam?


Who gave up their starting position at SS so Cal Ripken could play there in his final ASG in 2001?


True or false: Joe Torre has more wins than losses as a manager in the All-Star Game.

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