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2013 MLB All-Star Game: Odds, TV schedule, lineups, & predictions

The 84th MLB All-Star Game at Citi Field will begin tonight at 8:00 pm EDT airing on FOX with pre-game coverage beginning at 7:30 pm. You can also follow along here on Pinstriped Bible with our All-Star Game Open Thread at 7:00 pm. Tigers manager Jim Leyland and Giants manager Bruce Bochy will lead the American League and National League All-Stars, respectively. Their starting lineups for the game are below.


Mike Trout - LF - LAA Brandon Phillips - 2B - CIN
Robinson Cano - 2B - NYY Carlos Beltran - RF - STL
Miguel Cabrera - 3B - DET Joey Votto - 1B - CIN
Chris Davis - 1B - BAL David Wright - 3B - NYM
Jose Bautista - RF - TOR Carlos Gonzalez - LF - COL
David Ortiz- DH - BOS Yadier Molina - C - STL
Adam Jones - CF - BAL Troy Tulowitzki - SS - COL
Joe Mauer - C - MIN Michael Cuddyer - DH - COL
J.J. Hardy - SS - BAL Bryce Harper - CF - WSH
Max Scherzer - SP - DET Matt Harvey - SP - NYM

You know, of course, that home field advantage in the World Series is on the line for the winner. The American League has not fared very well in the last couple All-Star games and will be looking for a little redemption. According to betting lines as of very early this morning, the NL is currently the favorite and the O/U is set at 8. Mets captain David Wright is currently the favorite for MVP at 10/1 and Robinson Cano's odds for MVP currently stand at 16/1. Odds are subject to change, as they likely will.

Try your hand at some predictions for tonight's contest in the comments below.

Will the American League or National League win?

Who will be the All-Star Game MVP?

Which team will score first?

Which team will hit the first home run? Which player will hit it?

Which starting pitcher gets pulled from the game first?

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