91st MLB All-Star Game reddit live stream: How to watch

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Published: 13/07/2021 (6 months ago)

Where To Watch The 2021 MLB All-Star Game: Time, Channel, Live Stream Info. Live from Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, the National League and American League collide in the MLB All-Star Game!


MLB Live stream: https://bit.ly/mlb-all-star-streams


MLB Live stream: https://bit.ly/mlb-all-star-streams


The 2021 All-Star celebration in Denver began with Sunday’s Futures Game, and the Home Run Derby followed on Monday. That brings us to Tuesday’s main event — the 2021 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. This year’s All-Star Game is the 91st edition of the Midsummer Classic. It’s also the first All-Star Game since 2019. The 2020 edition, which was slated to take place in Dodger Stadium, was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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The American League comes into this year’s edition having won seven All-Star Games in a row. Overall, the AL leads the all-time series 45-43-2.


Here’s viewing info for the 2021 All-Star Game:
2021 MLB All-Star Game


Where: Coors Field; Denver | When: 7:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 13
TV: Fox | Live stream: fuboTV (try for free)
Highlights: CBS Sports HQ
Odds: AL +101; NL -111; O/U: 10.5 runs (via William Hill Sportsbook)


Dave Roberts of the defending World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers will manage the National League, and Kevin Cash of the Tampa Bay Rays will manage the American League squad. Roberts will be managing the NL team for a third consecutive All-Star Game.


You can check out the full AL and NL All-Star rosters here. Most notably, Angels two-way star and possible AL MVP frontrunner Shohei Ohtani made history by becoming the first player to make the All-Star Game as a hitter and pitcher. He’ll be the starting DH for the AL, and the team’s staring pitcher. Max Scherzer will start for the National League.


Here are the starting lineups for both teams:
National League All-Star starting lineup


SP: Max Scherzer, Nationals
American League All-Star starting lineup


SP: Shohei Ohtani, Angels


2021 MLB Home Run Derby proves again why the event is a must-see sports spectacle
2021 MLB Home Run Derby proves again why the event is a must-see sports spectacle
The Home Run Derby just seems to get better and better
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DENVER — It is in this very space that, on occasion, I will lament something Major League Baseball is doing that isn’t good for the game. To be fair, when the league gets something right, I need to point that out as well. And, man, has MLB ever made the Home Run Derby a sight to behold.


Year in, year out, the event is one of the biggest must-see things the league has to offer. There was still a noticeable buzz in Coors Field about a half hour after Monday night’s spectacle was over and Pete Alonso won his second title in a row.


It wasn’t always this way, either. The Home Run Derby badly needed fixing less than a decade ago.


By 2014, the derby was a slog. Far too many players watched far too many pitches. If I had to guess, I’d say the ratio of pitches to swings was around four or five to one. As such, it seemed like it took all night. I’ll even cop to leaving the 2014 Home Run Derby before it was over. It wasn’t exciting at all.


Heading to the 2015 All-Star break in Cincinnati, MLB announced a new format. It included a clock. And it turned the event into the gem it has been ever since. I remember all of these Home Run Derbies off the top of my head:


And that brings us to Monday night in beautiful Coors Field. What can we even say about how fun this event was?


I think we can start with this: Shohei Ohtani was eliminated in the first round and the entire event was still as thrilling as it has ever been. We saw Juan Soto put up a big number and Ohtani struggle early in his turn, only to flip the switch and get hot enough to force a swing off. Then there was another swing off and he was taken out with Soto going three for three.


Trey Mancini was fighting cancer with chemotherapy last year at this time. He took down Matt Olson and then Trevor Story to make a run to the finals. He almost won, too, putting up 22 in the final round — and that’s with a minute less time than the first two rounds.


But Alonso was seemingly made for this event. After putting on a show in the first round with a record 35 homers, he almost made it look easy in the finals. He trailed Mancini by five homers while looking at a minute of bonus time. He then only needed 25 seconds to hit his six and go home as the repeat champ.


This isn’t even mentioning the first two matchups were decided by just one home run with the second batter chasing a big number and coming up just shy. Olson even hit one home run distance but missed foul by a few feet. It would’ve tied things up at the buzzer. Story took down one of the favorites in Joey Gallo, who got hot late but came up one homer short. We saw two walk-offs in the semi-finals.


And then it was onto the finals with the defending champion against the feel-good story. Alonso showed that this is his event until someone proves otherwise. He joins Ken Griffey Jr. and Yoenis Cespedes as the only repeat winners, but I’d argue it’s a lot more difficult to pull it off in this hectic format.


It was amazing theater.


In fact, this is the best event of its type in the professional sports world. There’s nothing the NBA, NFL or NHL can do to compete. The slam dunk contest used to be this fun, but there are only so many dunks that can be done. Whoever decided that throwing a clock on a baseball event saved the Home Run Derby and it seems to get better and better each time.


Kudos to Major League Baseball for this and, specifically in 2021, thank you to Pete Alonso, Trey Mancini, Juan Soto, Trevor Story, Matt Olson, Joey Gallo, Salvador Perez and Shohei Ohtani. Not one of them disappointed on this gorgeous Monday night in Denver