mlb logoThe 2013 MLB All-Star Game has arrived. I don’t always enjoy it as much as the Home Run Derby – which, I know, is lame – but it remains a fun event. The Cubs have just Travis Wood on the National League Team, so we’ll see if he makes an appearance tonight.

The battle for home-field advantage in the World Series begins at 7pm CT, though the first pitch will likely be preceded by some super-awesome-pop-starz signing songs that are totally about baseball. You can watch on Fox, and the pre-game fun begins at 6:30pm CT. You can use this here post to share your thoughts on the Midsummer Classic.

Matt Harvey will start for the NL, and Max Scherzer gets the ball for the AL.

The National League Starting Lineup:

1. Brandon Phillips, 2B

2. Carlos Beltran, RF

3. Joey Votto, 1B

4. David Wright, 3B

5. Carlos Gonzalez, LF

6. Yadier Molina, C

7. Troy Tulowitzki, SS

8. Michael Cuddyer, DH

9. Bryce Harper, CF

The American League Starting Lineup: 

1. Mike Trout, LF

2. Robinson Cano, 2B

3. Miguel Cabrera, 3B

4. Chris Davis, 1B

5. Jose Bautista, RF

6. David Ortiz, DH

7. Adam Jones, CF

8. Joe Mauer, C

9. J.J. Hardy, SS

  • curt

    I love baseball but this was my the most boring game I’ve ever seen.

  • Tim

    Any chance you know when the all star game might be rebroadcast? Missed the honor to Mo in the 8th

    • HackAttack

      Try mariano rivera all star game 2013 on YouTube.

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