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List of Major League Baseball All-Star Game managers

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The following is a list of individuals who have managed the Major League Baseball All-Star Game over the years (except 1945), since its inauguration in 1933. Chosen managers and winning pennant managers manage teams including American and National Leagues.

No official MLB All-Star Game was held in 1945 (cancelled April 24, 1945) including the official MLB selection of that season's All-Stars (Associated Press All-Star Game; game was not played). MLB played two All-Star Games from 1959 through 1962.

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MLB All-Star Game managers

American League

*Williams won the 1974 A.L. pennant with the Oakland Athletics.
†There was no All-Star Game in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Managers for the 2021 Game are managers of the teams that participated in the 2020 World Series.
††Casey Stengel was fired by the Yankees following the 1960 World Series. Paul Richards was chosen as his replacement since the Orioles finished in second place in 1960.

National League

*Baker won the 2002 N.L. pennant with the San Francisco Giants.

**La Russa also was the American League manager from 1989-1991 while manager of the Oakland Athletics.

***MLB Commissioner Bud Selig named La Russa to manage the National League for the 2012 All-Star Game. La Russa's Cardinals won the 2011 N.L. Pennant and the 2011 World Series. La Russa was the second manager in league history to manage an All-Star Game following retirement, after John McGraw in 1933.
†There was no All-Star Game in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Managers for the 2021 Game were managers of the teams that participated in the 2020 World Series.


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