Today is the day Dodgers fans have waiting years and years for. Dodger Stadium will be hosting the MLB All-Star game for the first in 42 years. The events at Chavez Ravine leading up to the game, including yesterday’s Home Run Derby, were entertaining, but now it’s time for the main event.
First pitch is set for 5:05PM, with Dodgers legend Clayton Kershaw getting the All-Star Game start of his career. The other Dodgers All-Star pitchers, Tony Gonsolin and Tyler Anderson, should see some action as well.
Mookie Betts and Trea Turner will both start for the NL All-Star squad, Freddie Freeman is a reserve.
The full rosters for both teams can be found here.
How to Watch
The game will be broadcasted on FOX, with Dodgers television play-by-play announcer Joe Davis on the call. For those fans that don’t have access to FOX, the game can be streamed for free on fubo TV, provided one signs up for the free trial.
Latest MLB All-Star Game Betting Odds
As of 10:30AM PT, FanDuel has the American League listed as the favorites (-1.5) to win the 92nd Midsummer Classic. For those that wan’t to forgo the spread, the AL is -102 on the moneyline odds.
As with any big sports event, there’s plenty of props to bet on. From the outcome of Clayton Kershaw’s first pitch to Shohei Ohtani, or whether or not Dodgers stars Trea Turner (+500) and/or Mookie Betts (+470) hit a home run in the game.
Mookie owns the fourth best odds to win the All-Star Game MVP (+950), behind Shohei Ohtani (+480), Aaron Judge (+600), and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (+850).
Parking at Dodger Stadium is always a challenge, but an event like the MLB All-Star Game should up the ante considerably. For some parking tips and tricks, check out our Dodgers Nation parking guide!
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