MLB All-Star Game 2019

MLB All-Star Game 2019: Cleveland plays host to the All-Star Game for a record sixth time. Progressive Field’s predecessor, Jacobs Field, hosted the event once before, in 1997. The Indians also hosted the game in 1935, 1954, 1963 and 1981, but at Municipal Stadium.

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Competition: MLB All Star Game
Date : Tuesday, July 9,2019
Time : 7:30 p.m. ET
Where: Progressive Field; Cleveland
Streaming: fuboTV (try for free)
Highlights: CBS Sports HQ

If you’re wondering which team has the distinction of having the most players in the All-Star Game this year, it’s the Houston Astros, with six.

There are plenty of storylines to watch for on Tuesday night. Quite a few players will make their All-Star Game debut, including the Baltimore Orioles’ John Means (out of the bullpen) and the Indians’ Carlos Santana, who will start at first base.

The Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout looks to make history if he can become the first player to ever win the game’s MVP award three times.

MLB All-Star Game 2019
Date: Tuesday, July 9
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Progressive Field, Cleveland, Ohio
TV: Fox
Live Stream: Fox Sports

The All-Star festivities kicked off with Sunday’s Futures Game (here are takeaways from the game), followed by Monday’s Home Run Derby (won by Mets rookie Pete Alonso) and the week will close out with
its biggest event — the 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. This year’s All-Star Game is the 90th Midsummer Classic, and it’s hosted by the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field. It’s also the first time an American League team has hosted the All-Star Game since 2014 as the AL goes for its seventh straight win. There are 36 first-time All-Stars in this year’s game.

There have been plenty of roster replacements in the days leading up to the All-Star Game, so much so that the lineups taking the field on Tuesday won’t necessarily resemble the squads that were initially named.We’ll break down the players who appear in the lineup now and note those who were initially voted in.

Torres replaced Brandon Lowe. Lowe himself replaced Tommy La Stella. Berrios got the nod for Jake Odorizzi. Bieber replaced Charlie Morton, who pitched for the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday. Hendriks replaced Mike Minor, who is on rest, and Tanaka is in for Marcus Stroman.

There were fewer replacements for the National League squad than for its American League counterpart.

Muncy got the nod for Anthony Rendon, Vazquez replaced Zack Greinke, Woodruff stepped in for Josh Hader and Gray replaced Max Scherzer. The American League skipper is Alex Cora, while Dave Roberts will manage the National League team.

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