July 12, 1960---The All-Stars traveled to New York for the second game, which would be played on July 13th. The rosters:
N.L.- Chicago-Ernie Banks (SS). Cincinnati-Ed Bailey (C), Bill Henry (P), Vada Pinson (OF), LA-Norm Larker (1B), Charlie Neal (2B), Johnny Podres (P), Stan Williams (P). Milwaukee-Hank Aaron (OF), Joe Adcoch (1B), Bob Buhl (P), Del Crandall (C), Eddie Mathews (3B). Phil-Tony Taylor (2B), Pitt-Smoky Burgess (C), Roberto Clemente (OF), Elroy Face (P), Bob Friend (P), Dick Groat (SS), Vernon Law (P), Bill Mazeroski (2B), Bob Skinner (OF). SF-Orlando Cepeda (1B), Willie Mays (OF), Mike McCormick (P). St.L.-Ken Boyer (3B), Larry Jackson (P), Lindy McDaniel (P), Stan Musial (OF), Bill White (1B).
A.L. Balt-Chuck Estrada (P), Ron Hansen (SS), Brooks Robinson (3B), Jim Gentile (1B). Boston-Frank Malzone (3B), Bill Monbouquette (P), Pete Runnels (2B), Ted Williams (OF). Chicago-Luis Aparicio (SS), Nellie Fox (2B), Sherm Lollar, (C), Minnie Minoso (OF), Al Smith (OF), Gerry Staley (P), Early Wynn (P). Cleve-Gus Bell (OF), Harvey Kuenn (OF), Vic Power (1B), Dick Stigman (P). Detroit-Al Kaline (OF), Frank Lary (P). KC-Bud Daley (P). NY-Yogi Berra (OF, C), Jim Coates (P), Whitey Ford (P), Elston Howard (C), Mickey Mantle (OF), Roger Maris (OF), Bill Skowron (1B). Wash-Jim Lemon (OF), Camilio Pascual (P).
Reserves and pitchers were selected by the all-star team managers. Starting position players were selected by a vote of players, coaches and managers.