2019 MLB All-Star Game: Lineups, schedule, analysis, how to watch

Alonso will remember HR Derby for rest of his life (1:06)

Pete Alonso is not shy in expressing his excitement after winning the 2019 Home Run Derby. (1:06)

The 2019 MLB All-Star Game will take place July 9 at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Last year's winner was the American League, with Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros taking home the MVP award for his go-ahead homer in the 10th inning.

Check below to see our complete coverage with features, this year's AL and NL rosters, the full schedule for MLB All-Star Week festivities -- including the All-Star Futures Game, Home Run Derby and the Midsummer Classic itself -- as well as how and when to watch.

All-Star Game -- Tuesday, July 9

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All-Star Game tickets

Home Run Derby

Mets rookie Pete Alonso outlasted Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to take home the $1 million prize in the 2019 Home Run Derby.

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All-Star Game rosters


Arenado glad to be out of his slump, onto the ASG

Nolan Arenado talks about how he was able to overcome his slump and details the challenges of being in the same division as the Dodgers.

National League lineup

LF -- Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers

SS -- Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs

1B -- Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves

RF -- Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers

3B -- Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies

DH -- Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates

C -- Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs

2B -- Ketel Marte, Arizona Diamondbacks

CF -- Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves

LHP -- Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers

National League reserves

C -- Yasmani Grandal, Milwaukee Brewers

C -- J.T. Realmuto, Philadelphia Phillies

1B -- Pete Alonso, New York Mets

1B -- Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers (replaces Rendon)

2B -- Mike Moustakas, Milwaukee Brewers

SS -- Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals

SS -- Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies

3B -- Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals -- x

3B -- Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs

OF -- Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies

OF -- David Dahl, Colorado Rockies

OF -- Jeff McNeil, New York Mets

National League pitchers

RHP -- Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers

RHP -- Luis Castillo, Cincinnati Reds

RHP -- Jacob deGrom, New York Mets

RHP -- Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks -- x

LHP -- Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers

RHP -- Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals -- x

RHP -- Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves

RHP -- Sonny Gray, Cincinnati Reds (replaces Scherzer)

RHP -- Sandy Alcantara, Miami Marlins

LHP -- Josh Hader, Milwaukee Brewers -- x

LHP -- Will Smith, San Francisco Giants

LHP -- Felipe Vazquez, Pittsburgh Pirates (replaces Greinke)

RHP -- Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee Brewers (replaces Hader)

RHP -- Kirby Yates, San Diego Padres

x -- injured


Trout humbled to lead the MLB All-Star fan vote

Mike Trout talks about what it means to be considered the face of MLB and shares how he's able to adjust each day to become one of the best in the game.

American League lineup

RF -- George Springer, Houston Astros

2B -- DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees

CF -- Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels

1B -- Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians

DH -- J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox

3B -- Alex Bregman, Houston Astros

C -- Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees

LF -- Michael Brantley, Houston Astros

SS -- Jorge Polanco, Minnesota Twins

RHP -- Justin Verlander, Houston Astros

American League reserves

C -- James McCann, Chicago White Sox

1B -- Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox

1B -- Daniel Vogelbach, Seattle Mariners

2B -- Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals

2B -- Tommy La Stella, Los Angeles Angels -- x

2B -- Brandon Lowe, Tampa Bay Rays (replaces La Stella) -- x

2B -- Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees (replaces Lowe)

SS -- Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians

SS -- Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox (replaces Pence)

3B -- Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics

OF -- Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox

OF -- Austin Meadows, Tampa Bay Rays

OF -- Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers

DH -- Hunter Pence, Texas Rangers -- x

American League pitchers

RHP -- Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros

RHP -- Lucas Giolito, Chicago White Sox

LHP -- John Means, Baltimore Orioles

LHP -- Mike Minor, Texas Rangers -- x

RHP -- Charlie Morton, Tampa Bay Rays -- x

RHP -- Jake Odorizzi, Minnesota Twins -- x

RHP -- Marcus Stroman, Toronto Blue Jays -- x

RHP -- Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees (replaces Stroman)

RHP -- Jose Berrios, Minnesota Twins (replaces Odorizzi)

LHP -- Aroldis Chapman, New York Yankees

RHP -- Shane Greene, Detroit Tigers

LHP -- Brad Hand, Cleveland Indians

RHP -- Ryan Pressly, Houston Astros

RHP -- Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians (replaces Morton)

RHP -- Liam Hendriks, Oakland Athletics (replaces Minor)

x -- injured

Videos: Players react to being voted All-Star starters

Javier Baez | Christian Yelich | George Springer | Alex Bregman

All-Star Futures Game

The Futures Game had a new format, with American League prospects facing National League prospects instead of U.S. players facing a world team. Also, the game was also shortened, ending in a 2-2 tie after eight innings.

Insider Keith Law's observations from the 2019 MLB Futures Game

InsiderKeith Law's top 100 prospects

Insider Szymborski: Futures Game prospects with All-Star upside