How to Watch the MLB All-Star Game 2022
Don’t miss your favorite ballplayers all in one place when the 92nd Midsummer Classic takes over FOX on Tuesday, July 19.
Baseball’s biggest stars take the field on July 19 for the 2022 MLB All-Star Game. This year, Dodger Stadium will host the matchup between American League and National League pros. But you can watch it unfold live on TV through FOX and Fox Deportes.
The All-Star Game caps off an extended weekend of baseball festivities. From the MLB Draft to the Home Run Derby, Los Angeles will have no shortage of bat-and-ball action—as highlighted in our MLB All-Star Week schedule below.
What channel is the MLB All-Star Game on?
The 2022 MLB All-Star Game will air live on FOX, but you can also catch Spanish-language commentary on Fox Deportes.
Additional All-Star Game coverage will air on MLB Network. Not only will the channel show post-game highlights and analysis, but it will also provide exclusive pre-game content—including the 2022 All-Star Red Carpet Show.
MLB All-Star Week schedule
The All-Star Game is not the only notable MLB event this month. In fact, the league will host several worthwhile ballpark outings from July 16–19. We’ve outlined the biggest MLB All-Star Week events in the table below—including which channels and streaming platforms have live coverage.
|MLB All-Star Futures Game||July 16, 2022||7:00 p.m.||Peacock|
|MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game||July 16, 2022||10:15 p.m.||Peacock, Pluto TV, YouTube, Bleacher Report|
|2022 MLB Draft (Day 1)||July 17, 2022||7:00 p.m.||ESPN, MLB Network|
|Home Run Derby||July 18, 2022||8:00 p.m.||ESPN, ESPN2|
|MLB All-Star Game||July 19, 2022||7:30 p.m.||FOX|
The MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game is sure to be a good time. The celebrity roster is as random as it gets, featuring Bad Bunny, Rob Lowe, and JoJo Siwa. If you miss the live game, MLB Network will reair the star-studded event on Monday, July 18, at 10:30 p.m. eastern.
While MLB Network will also have Day 1 coverage of the MLB Draft, you can stream the remaining two days on MLB.com from July 18–19.
Another major event to keep your eye on is the 2022 Home Run Derby. MLB’s heavy hitters will step up to the plate on Monday, July 18 at 8:00 p.m. eastern to prove who is the most dominant slugger. Pete Alonso is the two-time reigning derby winner, but can he pull a Ken Griffey Jr. and make it three?
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How to watch the MLB All-Star Game for free
With the 2022 MLB All-Star Game airing on FOX, you can tune in for free using an over-the-air (OTA) antenna. The antenna itself isn’t free, but the one-time purchase will grant you free access to every local channel within range.
Our favorite indoor antennas cost around $20–$60, which is a great investment for baseball fans. After all, you’ll need FOX again to watch select MLB playoff games and the entire 2022 World Series. Even the upcoming MLB at Field of Dreams game is on FOX, so you might as well go the distance and get an antenna.
If you’re looking for more MLB All-Star Week coverage, head to our Best Streaming Services for Sports guide. There, you’ll find a wide variety of live TV streaming services that offer MLB Network and ESPN. Some services—like fuboTV and YouTube TV—even offer free trials that you can take advantage of for the Midsummer Classic.
MLB All-Star Game rosters
As the American League All-Stars face off against the National League All-Stars, each team will feature a 33-player roster. That’s one roster spot more than usual because of a new rule implemented in the league’s recent collective bargaining agreement.
From now on, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred will select a legacy player from each conference. The St. Louis Cardinals’ Albert Pujols and Detroit Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera are the 2022 legacy selections.
Here are the complete 2022 MLB All-Star Game lineups.
American League All-Star roster
- 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: Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels)
- OF: Aaron Judge (New York Yankees)
- OF: Giancarlo Stanton (New York Yankees)
- DH: Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels)
- Paul Blackburn (Oakland Athletics)
- Emmanuel Clase (Cleveland Guardians)
- Gerrit Cole (New York Yankees)
- Nestor Cortes (New York Yankees)
- Clay Holmes (New York Yankees)
- Jorge López (Baltimore Orioles)
- Alek Manoah (Toronto Blue Jays)
- Shane McClanahan (Tampa Bay Rays)
- Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels)
- Martín Pérez (Texas Rangers)
- Gregory Soto (Detroit Tigers)
- Framber Valdez (Houston Astros)
- Justin Verlander (Houston Astros)
- C: Jose Trevino (New York Yankees)
- INF: Luis Arraez (Minnesota Twins), Xander Bogaerts (Boston Red Sox), Miguel Cabrera (Detroit Tigers, legacy selection), Andrés Giménez (Cleveland Guardians), and José Ramírez (Cleveland Guardians)
- OF: Andrew Benintendi (Kansas City Royals), Byron Buxton (Minnesota Twins), Julio Rodríguez (Seattle Mariners), George Springer (Toronto Blue Jays), and Kyle Tucker (Houston Astros)
- DH: Yordan Alvarez (Houston Astros) – Replaced by J.D. Martinez (Boston Red Sox)
National League All-Star roster
- C: Willson Contreras (Chicago Cubs)
- 1B: Paul Goldschmidt (St. Louis Cardinals)
- 2B: Jazz Chisholm Jr. (Miami Marlins)
- 3B: Manny Machado (San Diego Padres)
- SS: Trea Turner (Los Angeles Dodgers)
- OF: Ronald Acuña Jr. (Atlanta Braves)
- OF: Mookie Betts (Los Angeles Dodgers)
- OF: Joc Pederson (San Francisco Giants)
- DH: Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies) – Replaced by William Contreras (Atlanta Braves)
- Sandy Alcantara (Miami Marlins)
- David Bednar (Pittsburgh Pirates)
- Corbin Burnes (Milwaukee Brewers)
- Luis Castillo (Cincinnati Reds)
- Edwin Díaz (New York Mets)
- Max Fried (Atlanta Braves)
- Tony Gonsolin (Los Angeles Dodgers)
- Josh Hader (Milwaukee Brewers)
- Ryan Helsley (St. Louis Cardinals)
- Clayton Kershaw (Los Angles Dodgers)
- Joe Mantiply (Arizona Diamondbacks)
- Joe Musgrove (San Diego Padres)
- C: Travis d’Arnaud (Atlanta Braves)
- INF: Pete Alonso (New York Mets), Nolan Arenado (St. Louis Cardinals), C.J. Cron (Colorado Rockies), Jeff McNeil (New York Mets), Albert Pujols (St. Louis Cardinals, legacy selection), and Dansby Swanson (Atlanta Braves)
- OF: Ian Happ (Chicago Cubs), Starling Marte (New York Mets), Kyle Schwarber (Philadelphia Phillies), and Juan Soto (Washington Nationals)
- DH: William Contreras (Atlanta Braves) – Replaced by Garrett Cooper (Miami Marlins)
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