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The night, 50 years ago, when 22 Hall of Famers played in an All-Star Game for the ages

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‘All Your Baseball Cards Came To Life’

Tim Kurkjian

ESPN Senior Writer

The greatest center fielder ever was there that magical and historic night at Tiger Stadium 50 years ago for the All-Star Game in Detroit. There was also the all-time leader in RBIs and total bases, the “Hit King” and “Mr. October.” So, too, were the best catcher, best-throwing outfielder and best defensive third baseman ever.

“All your baseball cards came to life,” said Joe Torre, who started at third base for the National League team. “It was like walking into the Hall of Fame. You say, ‘Wow, all of these guys are all Hall of Famers.’ You’re still gaga over it.”

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