The 2018 MLB All-Star game is set for Tuesday night from Nationals Park in Washington D.C. The American League has dominated the midsummer classic of late winning the last five and 12 of the last 15. Tuesday’s meeting will be the 89th All-Star Game and will break a tie in the all-time series which is all knotted up at 43-43-2.
The Atlanta Braves will have four representatives in the game. Freddie Freeman received the most votes of any National League player and will start at first base. Nick Markakis will make his first All-Star Game appearance in what is his 13th season as he was voted to start in the outfield.
Ozzie Albies lost out on the fan vote but was named as a reserve. Mike Foltynewicz was rewarded for a strong first half on the mound and was also selected to the National League roster.
Max Scherzer will get the start for the National League in his home park. He leads the NL in strikeouts and innings pitched. Boston’s Chris Sale will get the nod for the AL. He leads the American League in ERA and is tops in the Majors with 188 strikeouts.
All-Star Game TV and streaming info
Location: Nationals Park, Washington D.C.
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Streaming online: Fox Sports Go