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What time does MLB All-Star Game start? TV schedule, channel to watch 2021 AL vs. NL game

What time does MLB All-Star Game start? TV schedule, channel to watch 2021 AL vs. NL game

The stars align and reunite tonight in Denver.

It’s been two years since the last MLB All-Star Game, with the shortened 2020 MLB season not allowing time for a proper All-Star Game to take place. This year, All-Star weekend is back in a big way: A star-studded lineup in the Home Run Derby, the MLB Draft moving to All-Star weekend and all the bells and whistles baseball fans love about the All-Star Game.

While several big-name stars are sitting out the Midsummer Classic — Jacob deGrom, José Altuve to name a few — there’s more than enough starpower to hold your attention on Tuesday night. Shohei Ohtani will be making his first appearance in the All-Star Game; as will young sluggers Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Juan Soto.

Here’s how you can catch the 2021 MLB All-Star Game:

MORE: Watch the 2021 MLB All-Star Game live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

What time does the MLB All-Star Game start?

  • Date: Tuesday, July 13
  • Start time: 7:30 p.m. ET

The finale of 2021 All-Star weekend, the 2021 MLB All-Star Game, is scheduled to get underway at 7:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 13.

Expect first pitch to take place just after 8:00 p.m. ET as the pre-game ceremonies and All-Star announcements will take up a decent amount of time beforehand.

What channel is the All-Star Game on?

 The 2021 MLB All-Star Game will be broadcast live on Fox, as is custom with MLB’s big games, including the World Series.

MLB All-Star Game live stream

  • Live stream: Fox Sports Go, fuboTV

For fans with cable, you’ll be able to log in to Fox Sports Go app via your cable provider, a free streaming app that comes with your Fox subscription.

For those without, you can catch the 2021 MLB All-Star Game on fuboTV (seven-day free trial).

MLB All-Star Game lineups 2021

American League starters

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Shohei Ohtani highlight the first-timers at this year’s All-Star Game, with both players putting together MVP campaigns.

The AL lineup was announced on July 12:

  1. Shohei Ohtani, DH
  2. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 1B
  3. Xander Bogaerts, SS
  4. Aaron Judge, RF
  5. Rafael Devers, 3B
  6. Marcus Semien, 2B
  7. Salvador Perez, C
  8. Teoscar Hernandez, LF
  9. Cedric Mullins, CF

Ohtani gets the nod as the starting pitcher.

The fan-elected position player starters and elected pitchers are as follows:

PlayerTeamPosition
Salvador PerezRoyalsC
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.Blue Jays1B
Marcus SemienBlue Jays2B
Rafael DeversRed Sox3B
Xander BogaertsRed SoxSS
x-Mike TroutAngelsOF
Aaron JudgeYankeesOF
Teoscar HernandezBlue JaysOF
Shohei OhtaniAngelsDH
Matt BarnesRed SoxP
Chris BassittAthleticsP
x-Shane BieberClevelandP
Aroldis ChapmanYankeesP
Gerrit ColeYankeesP
Nathan EovaldiRed SoxP
Kyle GibsonRangersP
Liam HendriksWhite SoxP
Yusei KikuchiMarinersP
Lance LynnWhite SoxP
Shohei OhtaniAngelsP
x-Ryan PresslyAstrosP
Carlos RodonWhite SoxP
Gregory SotoTigersP

x-Will not participate in the All-Star Game.

National League starters

Nolan Arenado notches his first All-Star appearance as a member of the Cardinals, in his first season with St. Louis. He earns the starting nod as the National League third baseman.

Fans waiting to see Jacob deGrom vs. Shohei Ohtani have to wait longer: deGrom will be skipping this year’s Midsummer Classic to focus on staying healthy for the second half of the season.

  1. Fernando Tatis Jr., SS
  2. Max Muncy, DH
  3. Nolan Arenado, 3B
  4. Freddie Freeman, 1B
  5. Nick Castellanos, RF
  6. Jesse Winker, LF
  7. JT Realmuto, C
  8. Bryan Reynolds, CF
  9. Adam Frazier, SB

Max Scherzer takes the hill for the National League, his four career All-Star start.

The senior circuit starters and elected pitchers are as follows:

PlayerTeamPosition
x-Buster PoseyGiantsC
Freddie FreemanBraves1B
Adam FrazierPirates2B
Nolan ArenadoCardinals3B
Fernando Tatis Jr.PadresSS
x-Ronald Acuna Jr.BravesOF
Nick CastellanosRedsOF
Jesse WinkerRedsOF
Walker BuehlerDodgersP
Corbin BurnesBrewersP
x-Yu DarvishPadresP
x-Jacob deGromMetsP
x-Kevin GausmanGiantsP
Josh HaderBrewersP
Craig KimbrelCubsP
German MarquezRockiesP
Mark MelanconPadresP
Freddy PeraltaBrewersP
Alex ReyesCardinalsP
Trevor RogersMarlinsP
Max ScherzerNationalsP
Taijuan WalkerMetsP
Zack WheelerPhilliesP
x-Brandon WoodruffBrewersP

x-Will not participate in the All-Star Game.

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