The 2014 MLB All-Star Game is finally upon us. Tonight, starting at 8:00 pm eastern, baseball's biggest stars will play together on one stage. That means that Mike Trout will be taking the same outfield alongside Jose Bautista and Adam Jones. That means that Chase Utley, Paul Goldschmidt, and Troy Tulowitzki will all take infield together. So tonight, enjoy what the All-Star Game has to offer, the National League's best against the American League's best, fighting for home field advantage in the World Series.
Here are the lineups for tonight's game:
It is hard to predict an All-Star Game, but I will share my prediction. The National League will win this game by a score of 5-2. I really like the pitching depth the NL has and I agree with a lot of the reserve picks that manager Mike Matheny made. As for the American League and John Farrell, I did not really like his picks to fill out the roster. After all, Chris Sale was not even a lock to make the roster! He had to be voted in by the fans. I liked how Matheny filled out his roster, and thus I'm going with his team.
Be sure to watch the All-Star Game tonight at 8 pm eastern on FOX!