While watching players launch bomb after bomb in the Home Run Derby is terrific, it pales in comparison to watching a player go deep in the Midsummer Classic itself.
Batting practice home runs, while awesome to watch, simply don't have the same "oomph" that hitting one in game action does.
Since the first MLB All-Star Game in 1933, 136 batters have hit 178 home runs off of 131 different pitchers. Stan "The Man" Musial is the career leader with six home runs in All-Star action, while Vida Blue and Catfish Hunter have allowed four home runs each, more than any other pitchers in All-Star history.
Some of those were hit by players you'd fully expect to see on a list of legendary home runs, while others were launched by players that you very well may have forgotten—or never heard of at all.
Not all home runs are created equal, and of those 178 blasts, 20 stand out above the rest as truly legendary, history-making shots. Which was the most legendary, iconic MLB All-Star Game blast of them all?
Let's take a look.