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MLB All-Star Game Records - Pitching
GAMES
Most Games Pitched - 10
Roger Clemens, AL, 1986, 1988, 1991-92, 97-98, 2001, 03; NL, 2004-05
 
Most Consecutive Games Pitched - 6 - By two pitchers:
Ewell Blackwell, NL, 1946-51
Early Wynn, AL, 1955-59 (both games in 1959).
 
Most Games Started - 5 - By three pitchers:
Lefty Gomez, AL, 1933-35, 1937, 1938
Robin Roberts, NL, 1950, 1951, 1953-55
Don Drysdale, NL, 1959 (1&2), 1962 (first game), 1964, 1968.
 
Most Games Finished - 6
Rich Gossage, AL, 1975, 1978, 1980; NL, 1977, 1984, 1985.
 
Most Games Saved - 4
Mariano Rivera, AL
 
WINS AND LOSSES
Most Games Won - 3:
Lefty Gomez, AL, 1933, 1935, 1937.
 
Most Games Lost - 2 - By seven pitchers:
Mort Cooper, NL, 1942, 1943
Claude Passeau, NL, 1941, 1946
Whitey Ford, AL, 1959 (first game), 1960 (second game)
Luis Tiant, AL, 1968, 1974
Jim Hunter, AL, 1967, 1975
Dwight Gooden, NL, 1986, 1988
John Smoltz, NL, 1989, 2005.
 
INNINGS
Most Innings Pitched, Career - 19.1 - Don Drysdale, NL (8 games).
 
Most Innings, Game - 6
Lefty Gomez, AL, July 8, 1935.
 
RUNS AND EARNED RUNS
Most Runs Allowed, Career - 13
Whitey Ford, AL (six games).
 
Most Runs Allowed, Game - 7
Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983.
 
Most Runs Allowed, Inning - 7
Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983, third inning.
 
Most Earned Runs Allowed, Career - 11
Whitey Ford, AL (six games).
 
Most Earned Runs Allowed, Game - 7
Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983.
 
Most Earned Runs Allowed, Inning - 7
Atlee Hammaker, NL, July 6, 1983, third inning.
 
 
EARNED RUN AVERAGE
.000 by 10 players
Mel Harder (13 innings pitched)
Johnny Vander Meer (8.2 innings pitched)
Don Sutton (8.0 innings pitched
Fernando Valenzuela (7.2 innings pitched
Mariano Rivera (7.0 innings pitched)
Bruce Sutter (6.2 innings pitched)
Mario Soto (6.0 innings pitched)
Larry Jansen (5.0 innings pitched)
Claude Osteen (5.0 innings pitched)
Bret Saberhagen (5.0 innings pitched)
HITS
Most Hits Allowed, Career - 19
Whitey Ford, AL, six games.
 
Most Hits Allowed, Game - 9
Tom Glavine, NL, July 14, 1992.
 
Most Hits Allowed, Inning - 7
Tom Glavine, NL, July 14, 1992, first inning (consecutive).
 
HOME RUNS
Most Home Runs Allowed, Career - 4 - By two pitchers:
Vida Blue, AL, (two games)
Catfish Hunter, AL, (six games).
 
Most Home Runs Allowed, Game - 3
Jim Palmer, AL, July 19, 1977.
 
Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning - 2
Mort Cooper, NL, July 6, 1942, First Inning
Eddie Lopat, AL, July 10, 1951, Fourth Inning
*Robin Roberts, NL, July 13, 1954, Third Inning
*Warren Spahn, NL, July 10, 1956, Sixth Inning
John Wyatt, AL, July 7, 1964, Fourth Inning
Milt Pappas, AL, July 13, 1965, First inning
Jim Maloney, NL, July 13, 1965, Fifth inning
Dock Ellis, NL, July 13, 1971, Third inning
*Vida Blue, AL, July 15, 1975, Second Inning
Jim Palmer, AL, July 19, 1977, First Inning
Atlee Hammaker, AL, July 6, 1983, Third Inning
*Rick Reuschel, NL, July 11, 1989, First Inning
*Jon Lieber, NL, July 10, 2001, Sixth Inning
Roger Clemens, NL, July 13, 2004, First Inning
(* back-to-back)
 
BASES ON BALLS
Most Bases on Balls, Career - 7
Jim Palmer, AL, five games.
 
Most Bases on Balls, Game - 5
Bill Hallahan, NL, July 6, 1933 (two innings).
 
Most Bases on Balls, Inning - 3 - By five pitchers
Early Wynn, A.L., August 3, 1959 (fifth inning)
Jim Palmer, A.L., July 11, 1978 (third inning; consecutive)
Jim Kern, A.L., July 17, 1979 (ninth inning)
Dan Petry, A.L., July 16, 1985 (ninth inning)
Kevin Brown, N.L., July 11, 2000 (third inning)
 
STRIKEOUTS
Most Strikeouts, Career - 19
Don Drysdale, NL (eight games).
 
Most Strikeouts, Game - 6 - By four pitchers:
Carl Hubbell, NL, July 10, 1934 (three innings)
Johnny Vander Meer, NL, July 13, 1943 (2.2 innings)
Larry Jansen, NL, July 11, 1950 (five innings)
Ferguson Jenkins, NL, July 11. 1967 (three innings).
 
Most Consecutive Strikeouts, Game - 5 - By two pitchers:
Carl Hubbell, NL, July 10, 1934, three in first inning (Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx), two in second inning (Simmons, Cronin)
Fernando Valenzuela, NL, July 15, 1986, three in fourth inning (Mattingly, Ripken, Barfield), two in fifth inning (Whitaker, Higuera).
 
HITS BATSMEN, WILD PITCHES, BALKS
Most Wild Pitches, Career - 2 - By seven pitchers:
Ewell Blackwell, NL (six games)
Robin Roberts, NL (five games)
Tom Brewer, AL (one game)
Juan Marichal, NL (eight games)
Dave Steib, AL (two games)
Steve Rogers, NL (three games)
John Smoltz, NL (six games).
 
Most Wild Pitches, Game - 2 - By four pitchers:
Tom Brewer, AL, July 10, 1956
Juan Marichal, NL, July 30, 1962
Dave Steib, AL, July 8, 1980
John Smoltz, NL, July 13, 1993.
 
Most Wild Pitches, Inning - 2 - By three pitchers:
Juan Marichal, NL, July 30, 1962 (ninth inning)
Dave Stieb, AL, July 8, 1980 (seventh inning)
John Smoltz, NL, July 13, 1993 (sixth inning).
 
Most Hit Batsmen, Inning or Game - 1 - By many pitchers.
 
Most Balks, Inning or Game - 1 - By seven pitchers:
Bob Friend, NL, July 11, 1960
Stu Miller, July 11, 1961
Steve Busby, AL, July 15, 1975
Jim Kern, AL, July 17, 1979
Dwight Gooden, NL, July 15, 1986; July 12, 1988
Charlie Hough, AL, July 15, 1986.
Derek Lowe, AL, July 9, 2002

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