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Kent Hrbek or Harmon Killebrew vs. Mike Lowell - Twins 7, Marlins 4
Todd Helton vs. Joe Carter - Blue Jays 5, Rockies 0
Mark McGwire vs. Ed Kranepool - Mets 10, Athletics 2
Omar Vizquel vs. Jose Guillen - Nationals 3, Indians 1
Eric Karros vs. Toby Hall or Aubrey Huff - Devil Rays 9, Dodgers 4
Ernie Banks vs. Frank Thomas - Cubs 3, White Sox 0
George Brett vs. Robin Yount - Royals 4, Brewers 3 (11 innings)
Willie Stargell vs. Tim Salmon - Angels 4, Pirates 3 (10 innings)
Don Mattingly vs. Willie Mays or Willie McCovey - Giants 7, Yankees 2
Carl Yastzemski vs. Tony Gwynn - Red Sox 4, Padres 2
Johnny Bench vs. Edgar Martinez - Mariners 3, Reds 2
Cal Ripken vs. Luis Gonzalez - Diamondbacks 8, Orioles 3
Al Kaline vs. Chipper Jones - Tigers 5, Braves 0
Jeff Bagwell vs. Ruben Sierra - Astros 12, Rangers 9 (10 innings)
NL Designated Hitters -
Jeff Baker, Colorado: 1 for 3, breaking up Dustin McGowan's no-hitter in the 9th.
Russell Martin, Los Angeles: 1 for 4
Aramis Ramirez, Chicago: 2 for 5
Javier Valentin, Cincinnati: 2 for 4
Josh Phelps, Pittsburgh: 2 for 5
Craig Biggo, Houston: 3 for 5, 2 R, 2 RBI
Overall standings: AL 137, NL 115
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The Angels and Tigers had the best interleague records at 14-4. The best NL team was the Cubs at 8-4. The worst interleague record belonged to the White Sox at 4-14. The worst NL team was Atlanta at 4-11.
The best NL designated hitter in terms of batting average (minimun 10 PA) was Paul Lo Duca of New York at .538 (7 for 13). Scott Spiezio of St. Louis hit .385 (10 for 26). Dmitri Young of Washington hit .355 (11 for 31). Prince Fielder hit three home runs as a DH.
Chad Gaudin, Kei Igawa, Kameron Loe, Shaun Marcum, Johan Santana, Jeremy Sowers, Julian Tavarez, and Jarrod Washburn were the AL pitchers who drew walks. Brian Bannister and Jeff Weaver were hit by pitches.