The 2014 MLB All-Star game live stream and TV coverage is scheduled to get underway tonight shortly after 8 p.m. ET as baseball's best will battle it out not only for bragging rights, but to determine which league will host home-field advantage in the 2014 World Series.
According to an MLB report on July 14 both managers revealed their starting lineups late yesterday afternoon, and they are stacked! St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny will lead the National League into battle while the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox skipper John Farrell will run the ship for the American League.
Both of these coaches should be smiling from ear-to-ear with line-ups like this, especially Farrell. When you can put together a 2-3-4-5 line-up that consists of Mike Trout, Robinson Cano, Miguel Cabrera and Jose Bautista that is some serious fire power! Of course that doesn't mean the National League isn't stacked. With sluggers like Yasiel Puig, Troy Tulowitzki and Giancarlo Stanton the NL is more than ready to win.
The American League has won 8 of the last 11 meetings of the mid-summer classic, however the National League has won three of the last four. Last season the game was held in New York's Citi Field and the American League came away with the 3-0 win.
Las Vegas odds makers have the American League as a slight favorite at -120 with the over/under total at 8. The total on the game seems low, but considering last year the final score was 3-0 you never know who will dominate - pitching or hitting. Fans can catch every pitch of the 85th All-Star classic starting at 8 p.m. ET on FOX. The game will also be streaming live online for the first time in MLB history on FOX Sports Go.
Here is a look at the starting line-ups for both squads. Who do you think will win tonight's big game?
1. CF Andrew McCutchen, Pirates
2. RF Yasiel Puig, Dodgers
3. SS Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies
4. 1B Paul Goldschmidt, D-backs
5. DH Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins
6. 3B Aramis Ramirez, Brewers
7. 2B Chase Utley, Phillies
8. C Jonathan Lucroy, Brewers
9. LF Carlos Gomez, Brewers
Pitcher -- Adam Wainwright, Cardinals
1. SS Derek Jeter, Yankees
2. LF Mike Trout, Angels
3. 2B Robinson Cano, Mariners
4. 1B Miguel Cabrera, Tigers
5. RF Jose Bautista, Blue Jays
6. DH Nelson Cruz, Orioles
7. CF Adam Jones, Orioles
8. 3B Josh Donaldson, A's
9. C Salvador Perez, Royals
Pitcher -- Felix Hernandez, Mariners