MLB All-Star Game 2015: Date, Time, TV Channel & Odds

Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper was the National League's leading vote-getter. (Getty)

Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper was the National League’s leading vote-getter. (Getty)

The stakes are high in the All-Star Game these days as the winner essentially gives their league representative home field advantage in the World Series.

A Game 7 at home could mean all the difference with the championship on the line.

So be ready for a competitive game Tuesday night from Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park. It’s the city’s 5th time hosting the Midsummer Classic and first since 1988.

First pitch is scheduled for shortly after 8 p.m. Eastern with television coverage provided by FOX.

The American League won the 2014 game 5-3. Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels was the MVP.

Before Tuesday’s game, the annual Home Run Derby will be held Monday. Click here to see our Home Run Derby preview and details post.

Keep reading for all the important All-Star Game details:

The Basics


86th MLB All-Star Game


American League vs. National League


Tuesday, July 14


Great American Ball Park — Cincinnati, Ohio

Time & Channel:

First pitch expected approximately 8 p.m. Eastern on FOX
TV pre-game coverage begins at 7 p.m. on FOX

Last Year’s Winner:

American League 5-3

All-Star Game Odds

Provided by sportsbooks monitored by

With run line / (money line)

American … +1.5 / (+107)
National … -1.5 / (-112)

Over/Under … 7

Over … -135
Under … +105

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