MLB All-Star schedule 2021: Times, TV channels for Home Run Derby, futures & celebrity softball games

For the first time since 2019, fans will get the chance to enjoy the festivities of the Midsummer Classic.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there was no All-Star Game, Home Run Derby, Celebrity Softball Game or Futures Game. But now in 2021, Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, will host all the events once again.

The events will be spread out over several days, with the brackets for the Home Run Derby announced on Wednesday, the futures game set to take place on Sunday along with the start of the draft, the derby and softball game set for Monday and the All-Star Game set for Tuesday.

Here’s the full schedule for what to expect over the several days of baseball action.

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MLB All-Star schedule 2021

Most of the All-Star festivities are going to be carried on ESPN, with the exception of the All-Star Futures Game, which is going to be held on MLB Network at 3 p.m. on Sunday.

The All-Star Celebrity Softball Game will be held on Sunday after the Futures Game, but will not be broadcast until Monday night after the Home Run Derby on ESPN.

Those hoping to stream the events held on ESPN can tune into ESPN+ or fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. fuboTV will also allow fans to stream MLB Network.

Wednesday, July 7

Time (ET)EventChannel
10 p.m.T-Mobile Home Run Derby Bracket ShowESPN

Sunday, July 11

Time (ET)EventChannel
3 p.m.SiriusXM All-Star Futures GameMLB Network
7 p.m.Start of MLB Draft (first round, comp picks)ESPN

Monday, July 12

Time (ET)EventChannel
8 p.m.T-Mobile Home Run DerbyESPN
10 p.m.All-Star Celebrity Softball GameESPN

Tuesday, July 13

Time (ET)EventChannel
7 p.m.MLB All-Star Game Presented by MastercardESPN

MORE: Who made the AL and NL rosters for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game? 

MLB Home Run Derby participants 2021

The Home Run Derby will feature eight players competing in a bracket style, trying to hit as many home runs as possible in a four-minute time span. If batters are able to send at least two baseballs 440-plus feet, they will be able to add an additional 30 seconds to their time to keep swinging. The four winners of the first-round matchups will advance to the semifinals where they will compete for spots in the finals.

ParticipantTeamHome RunsMax Distance
Shohei OhtaniAngels32470
Pete AlonsoMets15443
Trevor StoryRockies11466
Trey ManciniOrioles15451
Salvador PerezRoyals20460
Matt OlsonAthletics21445
Juan SotoNationals11437
Joey GalloRangers23462

*Stats updated as of games concluded before Thursday, July 8

MLB All-Star Futures rosters 2021

One of the first events of every All-Star weekend is the Futures Game, where fans get the chance to watch the next wave of MLB talent participate in a matchup to show off their skills on the big stage. Some of the brightest prospecs in the game will show off blistering fastballs, blazing speed on the bases, impessive defensive instincts and power swings.

This year, former Rockie third baseman Vinny Castilla will manage the National League team and former Rockie closer LaTroy Hawkins will manage the American League team.

American League

PShane BazRaysAAA
PBryan BelloRed SoxAA
PReid DetmersAngelsAA
PMarcos DiplanOriolesAAA
PLuis MedinaYankeesAA
PCole RagansRangersA+
PJosh WinderTwinsAA
PCole WinnRangersAA
PHector YanAngelsA+
CAdley RutschmanOriolesAA
CTyler SoderstromAthleticsA
CBo NaylorIndiansAA
2B/SS/OFVidal BrujanRaysAAA
3BJake BurgerWhite SoxAAA
2B/SSJeter DownsRed SoxAAA
SS/OFAustin MartinBlue JaysAA
1BNick PrattoRoyalsAA
1B/3BSpencer TorkelsonTigersAA
SSBobby Witt Jr.RoyalsAA
OFYoelqui CespedesWhite SoxA+
OFJasson DominguezYankeesR
OFRiley GreeneTigersAA
OFJarred KelenicMarinersAAA
OFPedro LeonAstrosAA
OFJulio RodriguezMarinersAA

National League

PCade CavalliNationalsAA
PJake EderMarlinsAA
PAndre JacksonDodgersAA
PMatthew LiberatoreCardinalsAAA
PNick LodoloRedsAA
PMax MeyerMarlinsAA
PQuinn PriesterPiratesA+
PManuel RodriguezCubsAAA
PEthan SmallBrewersAAA
CFrancisco AlvarezMetsA+
CLuis CampusanoPadresAAA
CWillie MacIverRockiesA+
3BBrett BatyMetsA+
SSJose BarreroRedsAAA
2BMichael BuschDodgersAA
3BNolan GormanCardinalsAAA
SSMarco LucianoGiantsA
SSBryson StottPhilliesAA
1BMichael TogliaRockiesA+
OFBrennen DavisCubsAA
OFMike Harris IIBravesA+
OFHeliot RamosGiantsAA
OFAlek ThomasDiamondbacksAA
OFRyan ViladeRockiesAAA
OFDrew WatersBravesAAA

Celebrity Softball Game roster 2021

Every year well-known personalities, actors, musicians, athletes from other sports and more converge of the setting of the MLB All-Star Game and take to the field for the first game to be played there during the weekend’s festivities.

Check out who will be playing on the field at this year’s MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game.

  • Quavo (Rapper, actor, producer, director and ‘HUNCHO’ of the Grammy-nominated group Migos)
  • JoJo Siwa (Pop star, dancer, entrepreneur and social media star)
  • Steve Aoki (Grammy-nominated, Top DJ and producer)
  • Ross Butler (Actor)
  • Noah Beck (Social media star)
  • Charles Melton (Actor)
  • Residente (Award-winning rapper, writer, filmmaker, activist)
  • Blake Gray (Social media star)
  • The Miz (WWE Superstar)
  • Kane Brown (Platinum-selling country artist)
  • Karamo (TV host)
  • DK Metcalf (Seahawks wide receiver)
  • J.I.D. (Music artist)
  • Derrick White (Spurs guard)
  • CC Sabathia (Former MLB All-Star)
  • Jennie Finch (Olympic softball gold medalist)
  • Hunter Pence (Former MLB All-Star)
  • Larry Walker (Former Rockie, MLB Hall of Famer)
  • Vinny Castilla (Former MLB All-Star)

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