Kansas City All Stars

KANSAS CITY ALL STARS

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Persons who have represented Kansas City in the All Star game:

YEAR KC Baseball All Stars
KC Football All Star-Pro Bowl Players
KC Basketball All Stars
KC Hockey All Stars
KC Soccer All Stars
All Star Game Notes
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1927 Blues: Joe Hansen 1b, Tom Sheehan P, Jimmy Zinn P.
        For the Kansas City Blues in the American Association, the team that was in first place on the 4th of July played the All Star game on their home field against a team made up of all stars from the other teams.
1928 Blues: Joe Kuhel 1b, Denver Grigsby OF, Jimmy Zinn P.
         
1929 Blues: Ollie Tucker OF, Marion Thomas P.
         
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1933           1933 East West All Star Game Video
1934

Monarchs: Chet Brewer.  Blues: Luis Almada OF

         
1935 Blues: Dale Alexander 1b, Mike Kreenrich OF, Geo. Stump OF.
         
1936 Monarchs: Andy Cooper, Floyd Kranson, Harry Else, Willard Brown, Henry Milton, Chet Brewer, Eddie Dwight, Chick Harris, Floyd Kranson, Pat Patterson, Bullet Rogan, Leroy Taylor
         
1937 Monarchs: Willard Brown, Henry Milton, Newt Allen, Henry Milton, Hilton Smith, Willard Brown
         
1938 Monarchs: Henry Milton, Newt Allen, Byron Johnson, Henry Milton, Hilton Smith,
       
 

1938 Kansas City Blues Baseball uniform for the All Star Game

1939 Monarchs: Henry Milton, Hilton Smith, Turkey Stearnes, Ted Strong
       
the Minor League American Association All Star game was held in Kansas City on July 19, 1939, for the Kansas City Bues having the best record in the league. The Blues faced an all-star team made up of the rest of the league. An American Association All Star Game record crowd of 16,521 attended the game.

1940
Monarchs: Henry Milton, Hilton Smith, Joe Greene
         
1941 Monarchs: Newt Allen Satchel Paige, Hilton Smith, Ted Strong
         
1942

Monarchs:  Willard Brown, Joe Greene, Buck O'Neil, Newt Allen Satchel Paige, Hilton Smith, Ted Strong.

Blues: Eric Tipton OF, Kenneth Sears OF, Charles Wensloff P.

         
1943 Monarchs: Willard Brown, Satchel Paige, Newt Allen, Jesse Williams
         
1944 Monarchs: Bonnie Serrell
         
1945

Monarchs: Booker McDaniels, Jackie Robinson, Jesse Williams.

Blues: Frank Zak SS

         
1946 Monarachs; Chico Renfroe and John Scott
         
1947

Monarchs: Robert Aberneth, Lefty Smith, Herb Souell.

Blues: Cliff Mapes OF, Ed Stuart OF, Hank Bauer OF, Gus NIarhop C, Fred Bradley P, Frank Hiller P

         
1948

Monarchs: Willard Brown, Herb Souell, Lefty LaMarque   Blues: Al Rosen, Ralph Houk.

Blues: Al Rosen 3b, Ralph Houk C.

         
1949 Monarchs: Willard Brown, Lefty LaMarque, Buck O'Neil, Gene Richardson.  Bues: Joe Collins 1b.
         
1950 Monarchs: Tom Cooperl, Connie Johnson, Herb Souell
         
1951

Monarchs: Woody Brewer, Tom Cooper, Theolic Smith, Jesse Williams.

Blues: Bob Cerv OF.

         
1952

Monarchs: Henry Baylis, James Henderson, Ike Jackson, Stony Jackson, Dick Phillips.

Blues: Don Bollweb 1b, Bill Sleowron OF, Bill Renna OF, Roy Partee C, Vic Power, Eddie Erautt P, Ed Cereghino P.

       
1953

Monarchs: Juan Armenteros, Ernie Banks, Hank Baylis, Woody Brewer, Tom Cooper, Pancho Herrera, John W. Stony Jackson, Ernest (Schooley) Johnson.

Blues: Alex Grammer SS, Vic Power OF

         
1954 Blues: Kal Segrist 3b, John Kucab P.
         
1955 Athletics: Jim Finigan-3B
Vic Power-1B
         
1956 A's: Vic Power-1B
Harry Simpson- OF
         
1957 A's: Joe DeMaestri-  SS
         
1958 Bob Cerv- A's OF
         
1959 A's: Bud Daley- Pitcher
Roger Maris-OF
         
1960 Bud Daley- A's Pitcher
       

MLB All Star Game was held at Municipal Stadium in Kansas City, with the National League winning 5-3.  The game was played during a Monday afternoon, in the swerltering heat.   Of the 59 All Stars at this game, 16 would go on to be in the MLB Hall of Fame.  Close to 31,000 fans were in attendance.  There were TWO All Star games this year, with the other at Yankee Stadium.

1961 Dick Howser- A's 3B
         
1962 Norm Siebern- A's 1B
        the Negro Leagues East West All Star Game was played at Muncipal Stadium in Kansas City, MO, with the West winning 5-2.
1963 Norm Siebern- A's 1B-OF
Chiefs: Fred Arbanas-TE, Mel Branch-DE, Reg Carolan-WR, Jerry Cornelison-T, Len Dawson-QB, Dave Grayson-DB, Abner Haynes-RB, Sherrill Headrick-LB, E J Holub-LB, Jerry Mays-DE, Curtis McClinton-RB, Marvin Terrell-G.
       
1964 A's: Rocky Colovito-OF
John Wyatt- Pitcher
Chiefs: Fred Arbanas-TE, Mel Branch-DE, Ed Budde-G, Walter Corey-LB, Jim Fraser-LB, Dave Grayson-DB, Johnny Robinson-S, Jim Tyrer-T, Duane Wood-DB
       
1965 John O'Donoghue- A's Pitcher
Fred Arbanas-TE, Bobby Bell-LB, Tommy Brooker-PK, Buck Buchanan-DT, Len Dawson-QB, Jim Fraser-LB, Dave Grayson-DB, Abner Haynes-RB, Mack Lee Hill-RB, E J Holub-LB, Bobby Hunt-DB, Jerry Mays-DE, Johnny Robinson-S, Jim Tyrer-T.
       
1966 Catfish Hunter- A's Pitcher
Fred Arbanas-TE, Bobby Bell-LB, Buck Buchanan-DT, Sherrill Headrick-LB, E J Holub-LB, Frank Jackson-WR, Jerry Mays-DE, Johnny Robinson-S, Jim Tyrer-T.
       
1967 Catfish Hunter- A's Pitcher
Chiefs: Bobby Bell-LB, Buck Buchanan-DT, Ed Budde-G, Len Dawson-QB, Mike Garrett-RB, Sherril Headrick-LB, E J Holub-LB, Jerry Mays-DE, Curtis McClinton-RB, Johnny Robinson-S, Jim Tyrer-T.
       
1968   Chiefs: Fred Arbanas-TE, Bobby Bell-LB, Buck Buchanan-DT, Ed Budde-G, Len Dawson-QB, Mike Garrett-RB, Jerry Mays-DE, Curtis McClinton-RB, Johnny Robinson-S
  Blues: Gary Veneruzzo-LW, Wayne Rivers-RW.
   
1969 Ellie Rodriguez- Royals Catcher
Chiefs: Buck Buchanan-DT, Ed Budde-G, Len Dawson-QB, Willie Lanier-LB, Jerry Mays-DE, Johnny Robinson-S, Jan Stenerud-PK, Emmit Thomas-CB, Jim Tyer-T.
  Blues: Ray Fortin-D, Gary Veneruzzo-LW
   
1970 Amos Otis- Royals OF
Chiefs: Buck Bucahanan-DT, Ed Budde-G, Curley Culp-DT, Len Dawson-QB, Robert Holmes-RB, Willie Lanier-LB, Mike Livingston-QB, Jim Marsalis-CB, Jim Tyrer-T
       
1971 Royals: Amos Otis- OF
Cookie Rojas-2B
Chiefs: Buck Buchanan-DT, Ed Budde-G, Curley Culp-DT, Willie Lanier-MLB, Jan Stenerud-K, Otis Taylor-WR, Emmit Thomas-CB, Jim Tyrer-T, Jerrel Wilson-P
       
1972 Royals: Amos Otis- OF, Freddie Patek-SS
Lou Piniella-OF
Cookie Rojas-2B
Richie Scheinblum-OF, Bob Lemon (as coach)
Chiefs: Buck Buchanan-DT, Ed Budde-G, Bobby Bell-LB, Len Dawson-QB, Curley Culp-DT, Willie Lanier-MLB, Jan Stenerud-K, Otis Taylor-WR, Emmit Thomas-CB, Jim Tyrer-T, Jerrel Wilson-P        
1973 Royals: John Mayberry- 1B, Amos Otis- OF
Cookie Rojas-2B
Chiefs: Bobby Bell-LB, Willie Lanier-MLB, Otis Taylor-WR, Emmitt Thomas-CB, Jerrel Wilson-P
Kings: Tiny Archibald-G
   

MLB All Star Game was held at Royals Stadium in Kansas City with the National League winning 7-1, with Bobby Bonds of the Giants being the MVP.   Johnny Bench of the Reds hit what stands as the LONGEST HOME RUN in stadium history at 480 feet.

 
1974 Royals: Steve Busby- Pitcher, John Mayberry- 1B, Cookie Rojas-2B, Jack McKeon (as coach)
Chiefs: Willie Lanier-MLB, Jack Rudnay-C
     

NFL Pro Bowl Game was held at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The attendance for the game was 66,918

1975 Royals: Steve Busby-Pitcher
Hal McRae-OF
Chiefs: Willie Lanier-MLB, Jack Rudnay-C, Emmitt Thomas-CB
Kings: Tiny Archibald-G, Sam Lacey-C
Scouts: Simon Nolet-RW
   
1976 Royals: George Brett-3B
Hal McRae-OF, Amos Otis-OF
Freddie Patek-SS, Jim Dudley, trainer
Chiefs: Willie Lanier-MLB, Jack Rudnay-C, Jan Stenerud-K, Emmitt Thomas-CB
Kings: Tiny Archibald-G, Scott Wedman-F
Scouts: Wilf Paiement-RW
   
1977 George Brett- Royals 3B
Chiefs: Jack Rudnay-C
       
1978 Royals: George Brett-3B
Freddie Patek- SS
Darrel Porter- Catcher
Frank White-2B, Whitey Herzog as coach)
         
1979 Royals: George Brett-3B
Darrel Porter-Catcher
Frank White-2B
  Kings: Otis Birdsong-G
     
1980 Royals: George Brett-3B
Larry Gura- Pitcher
Darrel Porter- Catcher
Chiefs: Bob Grupp-P
Kings: Otis Birdsong-G
     
1981 Royals: George Brett-3B
Frank White-2B, Jim Frey manager
Chiefs: Art Still-DE, Gary Barbaro-S, J.T. Smith-KR
Kings: Otis Birdsong-G
     
1982 Royals: George Brett-3B
Hal McRae-OF
Dan Quisenberry-Pitcher
Frank White -2B, Dick Howser as coach
Chiefs: Gary Barbaro-S, Joe Delaney-RB, Gary Green-CB, Nick Lowery-K, Art Still-DE
     Comets: Len Salvemini  
1983 Royals: George Brett-3B
Dan Quisenberry-Pitcher
Willie Wilson- OF
Chiefs: Gary Barbaro-S, Art Still-DE, Gary Green-CB
      the MISL Soccer All Star Game was held at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, MO
1984 Royals: George Brett-3B
Dan Quisenberry-Pitcher
Chiefs: Carlos Carson-WR, Deron Cherry-S, Gary Green-CB, Bill Kenney-QB
     Comets: Greg Makowski, Tasso Koutsoukos, Gordon Hill, Enzo DiPede  
1985 George Brett- Royals 3B
Chiefs: Deron Cherry-S, Art Still-DE
     Comets: Greg Makowski  
1986

Royals: George Brett- 3B

Dick Howser as coach

Chiefs: Deron Cherry-S
       
1987 Royals: Bret Saberhagen-PItcher, George Brett and Kevin Setizer-3B
Chiefs: Lloyd Burruss-S, Deron Cherry-S, Bill Maas-NT
    Comets: Jorge Espinoza and Pato Margetic  Bret Saberhagen of the KC Royals was the starting pitcher for the American League.
1988 Royals: George Brett-3B
Mark Gubicza-Pitcher
Kurt Stillwell-SS
Chiefs: Carlos Carson-WR, Deron Cherry-S, Albert Lewis-CB, Bill Maas-NT
       
1989 Royals: Mark Gubicza-Pitcher
Bo Jackson- OF
Chiefs: Deron Cherry-S, Dino Hackett-LB, Albert Lewis-CB
      Bo was the lead off hitter and hit the second pitch 448 feet for a homer to start the game.  He became the second man to homer and steal a base in the same All Star game, joining Willie Mays.  Bo Jackson of the KC Royals was the All Star Game MVP and lead all players in the number of votes.
1990

Bret Saberhagen- Royals Pitcher

Mickey Cobb trainer

Chiefs: Albert Lewis-CB, Christian Okoye-RB, Kevin Ross-CB, Derrick Thomas-LB
       
1991 Danny Tartabull- Royals OF
Chiefs: Albert Lewis-CB, Nick Lowery-K, Kevin Ross-CB, Derrick Thomas-LB
     Comets: Iain Fraser 

The MISL All Star Game was played at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, for a crowd of 13,270, with the Eastern Division winning 9-8 in OT. 

1992

Jeff Montgomery- Royals Pitcher

Hal McRae as coach

Chiefs: Christian Okoye-RB, Neil Smith-DE, Derrick Thomas-LB
       
1993 Jeff Montgomery- Royals PItcher
Chiefs: John Alt-T, Nick Lowery-K, Neil Smith-DE, Derrick Thomas-LB
       
1994 David Cone- Royals Pitcher
Chiefs: Marcus Allen-RB, John Alt-T, Joe Montana-QB, Neil Smith-DE, Derrick Thomas-LB
       
1995 Kevin Appier- Royals Pitcher
Chiefs: Dale Carter-CB, NEil Smith-DE, Derrick Thomas-LB
       
1996

Jeff Montgomery- Royals Pitcher

Bob Boone as coach

      Wizards: Preki, Vitalis Takawira, Mo Johnston   
1997 Jose Rosado- Royals Pitcher
      Wizards: Preki, Vitalis Takawira, Mo Johnston, Richard Gough, Mark Chung   
1998 Dean Palmer- Royals 3B
      Wizards: Preki, Uche Okafor, Mo Johnson,   
1999 Jose Rosado- Royals Pitcher
      Wizards: Preki, Alexi Lalas  Preki has two goals and assist as MVP in the All Star Game in San Diego, CA
2000 Jermaine Dye- Royals OF
Mike Sweeney- Royals 1B
      Wizards: Preki, Tony Meola, Chris Henderson, Peter Vermes, Matt McKeon  
2001

Mike Sweeney- Royals 1B

Tony Muser as coach

      Wizards: Matt McKeon
 
2002 Mike Sweeney- Royals 1B
Chiefs: Priest Holmes-RB, Tony Gonzalez-TE, Willie Roaf-OT, Will Shields-G, Dante Hall- kick return
    Preki, Tony Meola, Mike Burns, Chris Klein    
2003 Mike MacDougal- Royals Pitcher
Mike Sweeney-Royals 1B
Chiefs: Priest Holmes-RB, Tony Gonzalez-TE, Willie Roaf-OT, Will Shields-G, Dante Hall- Kick return
    Preki, Chris Klein  
2004

Ken Harvey- Royals 1B

Tony Pena as coach

Chiefs: Trent Green-QB, Tony Richardson-FB, Tony Gonzalez-TE, Willie Roaf-OT, Will Shields-G, Priest Holmes-RB, Jermome Woods-SS, Gary Stills-special teams
    Kerry Zavagnin ,Jimmy Conrad, Josh Wolff, Chris Klein    
2005 Mike Sweeney- Royals DH
Chiefs: Trent Green-QB, Larry Johnson-RB, Tony Gonzalez-TE, WIllie Roaf-OT, Brian Waters-G, Will Shields-G
     Jimmy Conrad, Chris Klein  
2006

Mark Redman- Royals Pitcher

Nick Swartz trainer

Chiefs: Willie Roaf-OT, Will Shields-G, Brian Waters-G, Tony Gonzalez-TE, Larry Johnson-RB
    Jimmy Conrad, Jose Burciaga, Jr.    
2007 Gil Meche- Royals Pitcher
Chiefs: Brian Waters-G, Will Shields-G, Tony Gonzalez-TE, Larry Johnson-RB
    Jimmy  Conrad, Eddie Johnson, Kevin Hartman    
2008 Joakim Soria- Royals Pitcher
Chiefs: Tony Gonzalez-TE, Jared Allen-DE
    Jimmy Conrad   
2009 Royals: Zack Greinke-Pitcher
Trey Hillman-Coach
Chiefs: Tony Gonzalez-TE, Brian Waters-G
    Davy Arnaud, Jimmy Conrad   
2010 Joakim Soria pitcher         Sporting KC: Jimmy Nielsen  
2011 Aaron Crow- Royals Pitcher
Chiefs: Jamaal Charles-RB, Dwayne Bowe-WR, Matt Cassel-QB, Eric Berry-SS and Brian Waters-G
    Sporting KC: Matt Besler, Omar Bravo
 
2012

Royals: Billy Butler-DH

Ned Yost as coach

Nick Kenney as trainer

Chiefs: Tamba Hali-LB, Derrick Johnson-LB
     Jimmy Nielsen, Aurelien Collin, Graham Zusi, Kei Kamara, Roger Espinoza 

MLB All Star game was held at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, with the National League winning 8-0 and Melky Cabrera of the Giants being the MVP.  Attendance 40,933.  

2013

Salvy Perez catcher

Alex Gordon 1B

Greg Holland relief pitcher 

Chiefs: Eric Berry-S, Jamaal Charles- RB, Tamba Hali- OLB, Dustin Colquitt- P, Derrick Johnson, ILB
   

Sporting KC: Matt Besler, Defencer

Graham Zusi, Midfielder

Aurelien Collin, Defender

 During the 7th inning, all 3 Royals were involved in the same play, Greg Holland pitches to Salvador Perez and the batter hit it to Alex Gordon.  

Kansas City was host for the for the Major League Soccer All Star Game at Sporting Park in Kansas City, KS. 

2014  Salvador Perez Catcher, Alex Gordon outfield, Greg Holland pitcher   Chiefs: Jamaal Charles-RB, Branden Albert-T,, Dontari Poe-DT, Tamba Hali-LB, Eric Berry-S, Alex Smith-QB, Justin Houston-LB, Derrick Johnson-LB, Brandon Flowers-CB and Dexter McCluster-RB.       Sporting KC: Matt Besler, Graham Zusi, Aurelien Collin, Dom Dwyer  
2015  Alex Gordon, Lorenzo Cain, Alcides Escobar, Salvador Perez, Wade Davis, Ned Yost, Kelvin Herrera, Mike Moustakas  Jamaal Charles-RB, Tamba Hali-LB, Dontari Poe-DT, and Justin Houston-LB       Matt Besler, Benny Feilhaber, Graham Zusi   
2016  Salvador Perez, Eric Hosmer, Wade Davis and Kelvin Herrera.   Alex Smith, Tyreek Hill, Eric Berry, Travis Kelce, D.J. Alexander, & Dustin Colquitt       

 Chiefs TE Travis Kelce was named the Offensive MVP of the Pro Bowl.  

Slavador Perez received 4.9 million votes, the most among all major league players for the All Star Game.  Eric Hosmer was named the ASG MVP.  

2017  Salvador Perez, Jason Vargas & Mike Moustakas          
2018  Salvador Perez        

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