Major League Baseball has reached its midpoint and All-Star break. Last night at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, Washington Nationals’ Juan Soto won the Home Run Derby over Seattle Mariners rookie Julio Rodríguez. Tonight, baseball’s brightest stars will play in the All-Star Game. In a stadium where Sandy Koufax has dominated for nearly a decade, it’s only fitting that a pair of lefties start the Midsummer Classic. Dodgers Clayton Kershaw will start on the mound for the National League, alongside Tampa Bay Rays ace Shane McClanahan for the American League.
The MLB All-Star Game starts in Tuesday at 5pm PT (8pm ET) on Fox. See how you can watch all the festivities without cable.
Who are the MLB All-Star Game starters?
For the National League, the holders are:
- Willson Contreras, C (Puppies)
- Paul Goldschmidt, 1B (Cardinals)
- Jeff McNeil, 2B (Mets)
- Manny Machado, 3B (Fathers)
- Trea Turner, SS (Dodgers)
- Ronald Acuña Jr., OF (Braves)
- Mookie Betts, OF (Dodgers)
- Joc Perderson, OF (Giants)
- William Contreras, DH (Braves)
For the American League, the starters are:
- Alejandro Kirk, C (Blue Jays)
- Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 1B (Blue Jays)
- Andrés Giménez, 2B (Guardians)
- Rafael Devers, 3B (Red Sox)
- Tim Anderson, SS (White Sox)
- Aaron Judge, OF (Yankees)
- Byron Buxton, OF (Gemini)
- Giancarlo Stanton, OF (Yankees)
- Shohei Ohtani, DH (Angels)
Jose Altuve dos Astros was elected to start at second base and Mike Trout was elected to start as outfielder for the American League, but both players will miss the All-Star Game due to injury. Andrés Giménez of the Guardians will start in place of Altuve, and Byron Buxton of the Gemini will take the place of Trout. In the National League, Jazz Chisholm Jr. of the Marlins and Bryce Harper of the Phillies were named starters but will lose the game. In his place, Jeff McNeil of the Mets will start at second base and Williams Contreras of the Braves will join his brother (catcher Wilson Contreras of the Cubs) in the starting lineup at DH.
You can view the complete 2022 All-Star Game rosters here, including each team’s pitchers and reserves.
How can I watch the All-Star Game?
The MLB All-Star Game will begin on Tuesday at 5pm PT (8pm ET) on Fox. Cable TV cable cutters have several options for watching the All-Star Game through a live TV streaming service, detailed below. The catch is thatso check each one using the links below to make sure it loads Fox in your area.
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