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Hubbell's All-Star performance one for the ages

Updated: July 8, 2002, 3:39 PM ET
By Larry Schwartz | Special to ESPN.com

July 10, 1934

Before the second All-Star Game, New York Giants left-hander Carl Hubbell receives his MVP award from the previous season. Then he takes the mound at the Polo Grounds as the National League's starting pitcher and puts on a show for the ages.

After allowing a single and a walk, he strikes out Babe Ruth looking on a screwball that just catches the outside corner. Then he gets Lou Gehrig to go fishing for a third strike on a full count. Hubbell ends the inning by ...

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