AL Vs NL

AL Vs NL: The 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game is the 90th Major League Baseball All-Star Game. The game will be hosted by the Cleveland Indians and is scheduled to be played at Progressive Field on July 9, 2019.

The AL reigned supreme for the sixth consecutive time last year with an 8-6 10-inning victory. 10 total home runs were hit in the game, with Astros third baseman Alex Bregman taking home game MVP.

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One big rule change this year is that a runner will start at second base to begin the 10th and any subsequent extra inning.

Below is a full rundown of how to watch the midsummer classic, as well as the starting lineups and reserves for both teams so that you’re fully covered by the start of the game.

What channel is the MLB All-Star Game on today?

  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: Fox
  • Location: Progressive Field, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Live stream: fuboTV | FOX Sports GO

As has been the case every year since 2001, the MLB All-Star Game will be televised on FOX. The broadcast crew of Joe Buck, John Smoltz will call the game while Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci will handle the sideline duties. You can also live stream the game on Fox Sports GO or fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

American League roster, starting lineup

AL starters

Pos. Player Team
RF George Springer Astros
2B DJ LeMahieu Yankees
CF Mike Trout Angels
1B Carlos Santana Indians
DH J.D. Martinez Red Sox
3B Alex Bregman Astros
C Gary Sánchez Yankees
LF Michael Brantley Astros
SS Jorge Polanco Twins

AL bench

Pos. Player Team
C James McCann White Sox
IF Matt Chapman A’s
IF Gleyber Torres** Yankees
IF Jose Abreu White Sox
IF Francisco Lindor Indians
IF Xander Bogaerts* Red Sox
IF Daniel Vogelbach Mariners
OF Mookie Betts Red Sox
OF Austin Meadows Rays
OF Whit Merrifield Royals
OF Joey Gallo Rangers

* Tommy La Stella and Hunter Pence were replaced because of injury.

** Brandon Lowe, who replaced La Stella, was injured and in turn replaced by Gleyber Torres.

AL pitchers

Pos. Player Team
SP John Means Orioles
SP Masahiro Tanaka* Yankees
SP Jose Berrios* Twins
SP Liam Hendriks* A’s
SP Lucas Giolito White Sox
SP Shane Bieber* Indians
SP Justin Verlander Astros
SP Gerrit Cole Astros
RP Ryan Pressly Astros
RP Shane Greene Tigers
RP Brad Hand Indians
RP Aroldis Chapman Yankees

* Jake Odorizzi and Marcus Stroman were replaced because of injury. Charlie Morton and Mike Minor were replaced because of pitching schedule conflicts.

National League roster, starting lineup

NL starters

Pos. Player Team
LF Christian Yelich Brewers
SS Javier Báez Cubs
1B Freddie Freeman Braves
RF Cody Bellinger Dodgers
3B Nolan Arenado Rockies
DH Josh Bell Pirates
C Willson Contreras Cubs
2B Ketel Marte Diamondbacks
CF Ronald Acuña Jr. Braves

NL bench

Pos. Player Team
C J.T. Realmuto Phillies
C Yasmani Grandal Brewers
IF Pete Alonso Mets
IF Josh Bell Pirates
IF Paul DeJong Cardinals
IF Max Muncy* Dodgers
IF Trevor Story Rockies
IF Kris Bryant Cubs
IF Mike Moustakas Brewers
OF Jeff McNeil Mets
OF David Dahl Rockies
OF Charlie Blackmon Rockies

* Anthony Rendon was replaced because of injury.

NL pitchers

Pos. Player Team
SP Luis Castillo Reds
SP Sandy Alcantara Marlins
SP Sonny Gray* Reds
SP Hyun-Jin Ryu Dodgers
SP Brandon Woodruff* Brewers
SP Mike Soroka Braves
SP Walker Buehler Dodgers
SP Clayton Kershaw Dodgers
SP Jacob deGrom Mets
RP Felipe Vazquez* Pirates
RP Kirby Yates Padres
RP Will Smith Giants

* Max Scherzer was replaced because of a pitching schedule conflict. Josh Hader was replaced because of injury. Zack Greinke was replaced because of a personal matter.