It's time to watch the 2022 MLB All-Star Game, as the game is on! Yes, with one heck of a weird Home Run Derby in the books — Phillies bats man Kyle Schwarber was arguably robbed, but Albert Pujols showed he's still got it and Juan Soto emerged as the new king of the dingers.
There are a lot of chess-pieces on the board for the annual game. The Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, having reached a contract agreement last month, looks to put that talk behind him by helping the AL take it this year. Oh, and have you heard about what happens if the All-Star Game is tied up after nine innings? Then, we get a mini derby, as you'd see see three players from each league go to bat, each taking three swings, to decide the final result.
Judge will be helped by Shohei Ohtani, who was selected as both a pitcher and DH for the second year in a row. He is the only player to ever achieve this one time, much less twice.
Relatedly, the Derek Jeter documentary The Captain debuted after the Home Run Derby.
How to watch MLB All-Star Game live streams from anywhere on Earth
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MLB All-Star Game live streams in the US
In the U.S., viewers can watch the MLB All-Star Game on FOX.
The MLB All-Star Game live stream is today (Tuesday, July 19) at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT.
If you've already cut the cord and don't have cable, you can access ESPN and Fox on some of the best cable TV alternatives including Sling TV, Fubo TV and YouTube TV.
We recommend Sling and Fubo, two of the best streaming services. Sling is the more affordable option, but Fubo offers a broader channel lineup.
ESPN and FOX are on Fubo.TV, which specializes in international sports. It's got a 7-day free trial so you don't need to pay up front and has dozens of sports channels, including TUDN.
How to watch the MLB All-Star Game in the UK
BT Sport has the MLB All-Star Game.
The All-Star game airs on BT Sport 3 at 12:30 a.m. BST, so you're gonna be up late if you want to see who wins.
Don't have BT on your current package? You can get it directly with the £25 Monthly Pass.
You can get BT Sport through BT as well as an add-on to Sky. BT Sport subscribers are able to stream the MLB All-Star Game on the BT Sport website or by using the channel's dedicated app (Android, iOS). A monthly BT Sport pass will cost you £25.
How to watch the MLB All-Star Game in Canada
Our friends in the great white north are in luck. SportsNet carries the All-Star Game at 7 p.m. ET.
Can you watch the MLB All-Star Game in Australia?
It looks as if Kayo Sports may the best bet for Aussies looking to watch the MLB All-Star Game. The All-Star Game would be on Wednesday (July 20) at 9:30 a.m. AEDT.
Kayo offers a 14-day free trial for both its Basic and Premium plans, more than enough time to confirm they're actually showing the games. The Basic package costs $25 per month thereafter.
The $35 per month Premium Kayo plan gives you all the same things as the normal plan, but it offers three simultaneous streams. The Basic plan gives you two streams at the same time.
MLB All-Star Game starters and reserves
- C: Alejandro Kirk, Toronto Blue Jays
- 1B: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr., Toronto Blue Jays
- 2B: Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
- 3B: Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox
- SS: Tim Anderson, Chicago White Sox
- OF: Aaron Judge, New York Yankees
- OF: Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
- OF: Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees
- DH: Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
- C: Jose Trevino, Yankees
- INF: Luis Arraez, Twins; Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox; José Ramírez, Guardians; Andrés Giménez, Guardians; Corey Seager, Rangers
- OF: Byron Buxton, Twins; Andrew Benintendi, Royals; Kyle Tucker, Astros; Julio Rodríguez, Mariners
- DH: J.D. Martinez, Red Sox (injury replacement for Alvarez)
- Legacy: Miguel Cabrera, Tigers
- C: Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs
- 1B: Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Cardinals
- 2B: Jazz Chisholm, Miami Marlins
- 3B: Manny Machado, San Diego Padres
- SS: Trea Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers
- OF: Ronald Acuña, Jr., Atlanta Braves
- OF: Mookie Betts, Los Angelese Dodgers
- OF: Joc Pederson, San Francisco Giants
- DH: Bryce Harper, Phillies (will miss game due to injury)
- C: Travis d'Arnaud, Braves
- INF: Nolan Arenado, Cardinals; Pete Alonso, Mets; Jeff McNeil, Mets; C.J. Cron, Rockies; Dansby Swanson, Braves
- OF: Kyle Schwarber, Phillies; Juan Soto, Nationals; Starling Marte, Mets; Ian Happ, Cubs
- DH: William Contreras, Braves, Garrett Cooper, Marlins
- Shane McClanahan, Rays
- Nestor Cortes, Yankees
- Alek Manoah, Blue Jays
- Framber Valdez, Astros
- Martín Pérez, Rangers
- Paul Blackburn, Athletics
- Justin Verlander, Astros
- Gerrit Cole, Yankees
- Shohei Ohtani, Angels
- Clay Holmes, Yankees
- Emmanuel Clase, Guardians
- Gregory Soto, Tigers
- Jorge López, Orioles
- Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers
- Sandy Alcantara, Marlins
- Corbin Burnes, Brewers
- Luis Castillo, Reds
- Max Fried, Braves
- Tony Gonsolin, Dodgers
- Joe Musgrove, Padres
- Edwin Díaz, Mets
- Ryan Helsley, Cardinals
- David Bednar, Pirates
- Joe Mantiply, Diamondbacks
- Carlos Rodón, Giants