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+ 1938
Most Valuable Player:
Starting Pitchers: Lefty Gomez (AL) Johnny Vander Meer (NL)
Hosting Ballpark: Crosley Field (Cincinnati,OH)
Attendance: 27,067
  • A full listing of players on the final All-Star Team rosters for both American and National Leagues. Players originally named are not listed in the roster grid. However, for some years, where data is available, we have tried to record the replacement information.
  • First-time all-stars are highlighted.
  • Starters are listed in bold
  • Roster Notes (if any)
  • National League (1938)
    1938Johnny AllenCleveland IndiansP6-0180R-R321
    1938Earl Averill (s)Cleveland IndiansOF5-9172L-R366
    1938Doc CramerBoston Red SoxOF6-2185L-R323
    1938Joe Cronin (s)Boston Red SoxSS5-11180R-R315
    1938Bill Dickey (s)New York YankeesC6-2185L-R315
    1938Joe DiMaggio (s)New York YankeesOF6-2193R-R233
    1938Bob FellerCleveland IndiansP6-0185R-R191
    1938Rick FerrellWashington Senators IC5-10160R-R326
    1938Jimmie Foxx (s)Boston Red Sox1B6-0195R-R306
    1938Lou GehrigNew York Yankees1B6-0200L-L356
    1938Charlie Gehringer (s)Detroit Tigers2B5-11180L-R356
    1938Lefty Gomez (s)New York YankeesP6-2173L-L296
    1938Hank GreenbergDetroit Tigers1B-OF6-3210R-R272
    1938Lefty GroveBoston Red SoxP6-3190L-L385
    1938Bob JohnsonPhiladelphia AthleticsOF6-0180R-R322
    1938Vern KennedyDetroit TigersP6-0175L-R312
    1938Mike Kreevich (s)Chicago White SoxOF5-7168R-R301
    1938Buddy Lewis (s)Washington Senators I3B-OF6-1175L-R211
    1938Johnny MurphyNew York YankeesP6-2190R-R292
    1938Bobo NewsomSt. Louis BrownsP6-2220R-R301
    1938Red RolfeNew York Yankees3B5-11170L-R292
    1938Red RuffingNew York YankeesP6-1205R-R342
    1938Cecil TravisWashington Senators ISS-3B6-1185L-R241
    1938Rudy YorkDetroit Tigers1B6-1209R-R241
    National League (1938)
    1938Mace BrownPittsburgh PiratesP6-1190R-R291
    1938Harry DanningNew York GiantsC6-1190R-R261
    1938Paul DerringerCincinnati RedsP6-3205R-R312
    1938Leo Durocher (s)Brooklyn DodgersSS5-10160R-R322
    1938Ival Goodman (s)Cincinnati RedsOF5-11170L-R291
    1938Stan Hack (s)Chicago Cubs3B6-0170L-R281
    1938Gabby HartnettChicago CubsC6-1195R-R376
    1938Billy Herman (s)Chicago Cubs2B5-11180R-R285
    1938Carl HubbellNew York GiantsP6-0170R-L356
    1938Cookie LavagettoBrooklyn Dodgers3B-2B6-0170R-R251
    1938Bill LeeChicago CubsP6-3195R-R281
    1938Hank Leiber (s)New York GiantsOF6-1205R-R271
    1938Ernie Lombardi (s)Cincinnati RedsC6-3230R-R303
    1938Hersh MartinPhiladelphia PhilliesOF6-2190B-R281
    1938Frank McCormick (s)Cincinnati Reds1B6-4205R-R271
    1938Joe Medwick (s)St. Louis CardinalsOF5-10187R-R265
    1938Jo-Jo MooreNew York GiantsOF5-11155L-R295
    1938Mel Ott (s)New York GiantsOF5-9170L-R295
    1938Babe PhelpsBrooklyn DodgersC6-2225L-R301
    1938Johnny Vander Meer (s)Cincinnati RedsP6-1190B-L231
    1938Arky VaughanPittsburgh PiratesSS5-10175L-R265
    1938Lloyd WanerPittsburgh PiratesOF5-9150L-R321

    Roster Notes

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