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Midwest League 1964

All-Star Game

South 6, North 3

Quad City, Sunday, June 28, 1964

The 1964 Midwest League All-Star Game was played at Davenport's Municipal Stadium on June 28, 1964.

The Southern Division team won by a 6-3 score. QC's Les Mundel was the winning pitcher; Wisconsin Rapids' Rich Peterson took the loss.


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NORTH                      AB R H BI      SOUTH                          AB R H BI
Reggie Smith (WAT/BOS) 3B   5 0 0 0       Jim Tokas (QC/CAL) CF           5 0 0 0
John Matias (FC/BAL) 1B     3 0 0 0       Chibo Rosas (BUR/OAK) 2B        3 2 1 0
Dave May (FC/BAL) LF        3 1 1 0       Bob Iglesias (QUI/NA) 1B        3 2 1 2
Al Montreuil (WAT/BOS) SS   4 1 1 0       Ed Moxey (QUI/NA) LF            4 0 2 0
Bob Montgomery (WAT/BOS) C  3 1 2 3       Clarence Stanley (DEC/SF) RF    3 0 1 0
 Chuck Gross (DUB/CLE) C    1 0 0 0        Les Mundel (QC/CAL) P          1 0 0 0
Joe Taormina (DUB/CLE) RF   3 0 1 0       Rene Lachemann (BUR/OAK) C      4 0 1 0
Rick Rowe (CR/CIN) CF       4 0 0 0       Stan Jaciuk (CLI/CWS) 3B        3 0 2 0
Dave Nelson (DUB/CLE) 2B    4 0 1 0       Bobby Marshall (DEC/SF) SS      4 1 1 0
Lew Pellot (WAT/BOS) P      2 0 0 0       Jim Nash (BUR/OAK) P            0 0 0 0
 Rich Peterson (WR/MIN) P   0 0 0 0        Greg Bollo (CLI/CWS) P         1 0 0 0
 Ed Hawkins (APP/BAL) P     0 0 0 0        Jim Sollami (QC/CAL) PH/RF     2 1 0 0
 Bill Stinchcomb (CR/CIN) P 0 0 0 0        Willie Hooker (CLI/CWS) P      0 0 0 0
 Steve Huntz (FC/BAL) PH    1 0 0 0        Jim Brown (DEC/SF) P           0 0 0 0
 Steve Caria (FC/BAL) P     0 0 0 0       
 Fred Rico (FC/BAL) P       0 0 0 0
 TOTALS                    34 3 6 3                                      33 6 9 4

North  021 000 000 - 3
South  002 040 00x - 6

E - Montgomery, Peterson, Marshall. DP - None.
LOB - North 7, South 7. 2B - Maxey 2, Marshall,
Montgomery. HR - Iglesias, Montgomery. E -
Iglesias.

NORTH           IP H R ER BB SO
Pellot         3.0 4 2  2  0  3
Peterson (L)   1.1 1 4  1  2  1
Hawkins        0.1 2 0  0  0  0
Stinchcomb     1.1 1 0  0  0  0
Caria          2.0 2 1  0  1  4

SOUTH           IP H R ER BB SO
Nash           2.0 3 2  2  0  0
Bolle          2.0 2 1  1  0  2
Brown          1.0 0 0  0  0  0
Mundel (W)     3.0 0 0  0  2  6
Hooker         1.0 1 0  0  0  1

Attendance: 1,289

Notes, Issues, Sources, and Mysteries

  • Based on the box score in the 1995 Midwest League Yearbook and the game writeup (with box score) published in the Cedar Rapids Gazette on June 29, 1964. Some information comes from the June 27, 1964, Appleton Post-Crescent, which had a list of players selected for the game.
  • Coaches: Billy DeMars (Fox Cities) managed the North; Dan Bacon (Clinton) managed the South, with Rollie Hemslie as first base coach. There likely were other coaches involved in the game.
  • Selected but did not play: Tim Sommer (Fox Cities), Link Curtis (Cedar Rapids), Jim Garbeff (Cedar Rapids), Virg DeGeorge (Clinton), Howard Wood (Clinton), Jim Owens (Burlington), and Joe Migliardi (Decatur). Curtis was scheduled to start the game in the outfield but missed his ride to the game.

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