How to Stream 2019 MLB All-Star Game Live For Free on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, iOS, & Android

After a thrilling Home Run Derby, which saw Mets phenom Pete Alonso, defeat Blue Jays Vladimir Guerrero Jr. — the American League will face off against the National League in the 2019 All-Star Game. Houston Astro’s Justin Verlander will start for the America League, while Los Angeles Dodgers Hyun-Jin Ryu will start for the NL.

2019 MLB All-Star Game

The 2019 MLB All-Star Game is at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday, July 9th at 8pm ET on FOX. If you’re a cord-cutter, it’s simple to stream play of the 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game There are now 6 services that offer MLB games including the All-Star Game, most of which you can try for free with a 7-Day Free Trial.

Top Pick

fuboTV

Price: $55
Includes: FOX

2019 MLB All-Star Game: AL vs. NL Live Stream

How to Stream The 2019 MLB All-Star Game Without Cable

There are six major streaming providers that offer Live TV Streaming. These allow you to watch the 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game live using iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Web.

Most Live TV Streaming Services offer FOX.

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All Live Streaming Options

You can stream the 2019 MLB All Star Game with fuboTV, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, DIRECTV NOW, and YouTube TV.

fuboTV

Price: $55
Includes: FOX + 27 Top Cable Channels

Sling Blue

Price: $15
Includes: FOX + 22 Top Cable Channels

Hulu Live TV

Price: $45
Includes: FOX + 25 Top Cable Channels

PlayStation Vue

Price: $50
Includes: ESPN + 26 Top Cable Channels

DIRECTV NOW

Price: $50
Includes: ESPN + 23 Top Cable Channels

YouTube TV

Price: $50
Includes: ESPN + 25 Top Cable Channels

All-Star Game Rosters

2019 AL Starters

  • C Gary Sanchez Yankees
  • 1B Carlos Santana Indians
  • 2B DJ LeMahieu Yankees
  • SS Jorge Polanco Twins
  • 3B Alex Bregman Astros
  • OF Mike Trout Angels
  • OF George Springer Astros
  • OF Michael Brantley Astros
  • DH J.D. Martinez Red Sox

2019 NL Starters

  • C Willson Contreras Cubs
  • 1B Freddie Freeman Braves
  • 2B Ketel Marte Diamondbacks
  • SS Javier Baez Cubs
  • 3B Nolan Arenado Rockies
  • OF Christian Yelich Brewers
  • OF Ronald Acuna Jr. Braves
  • OF Cody Bellinger Dodgers

AL Reserves

AL Hitters

  • C James McCann White Sox
  • IF Matt Chapman A’s
  • IF Gleyber Torres Yankees
  • IF Jose Abreu White Sox
  • IF Francisco Lindor Indians
  • IF Xander Bogaerts Red Sox
  • IF Daniel Vogelbach Mariners
  • OF Mookie Betts Red Sox
  • OF Austin Meadows Rays
  • OF Whit Merrifield Royals
  • OF Joey Gallo Rangers

AL Pitchers

  • Pos. Player Team
  • SP John Means Orioles
  • SP Masahiro Tanaka Yankees
  • SP Jose Berrios Twins
  • SP Liam Hendriks A’s
  • SP Lucas Giolito White Sox
  • SP Shane Bieber Indians
  • SP Justin Verlander Astros
  • SP Gerrit Cole Astros
  • RP Ryan Pressly Astros
  • RP Shane Greene Tigers
  • RP Brad Hand Indians
  • RP Aroldis Chapman Yankees

NL Reserves

NL Hitters

  • C J.T. Realmuto Phillies
  • C Yasmani Grandal Brewers
  • IF Pete Alonso Mets
  • IF Josh Bell Pirates
  • IF Paul DeJong Cardinals
  • IF Max Muncy Dodgers
  • IF Trevor Story Rockies
  • IF Kris Bryant Cubs
  • IF Mike Moustakas Brewers
  • OF Jeff McNeil Mets
  • OF David Dahl Rockies
  • OF Charlie Blackmon Rockies

NL Pitchers

  • SP Luis Castillo Reds
  • SP Sandy Alcantara Marlins
  • SP Sonny Gray Reds
  • SP Hyun-Jin Ryu Dodgers
  • SP Brandon Woodruff Brewers
  • SP Mike Soroka Braves
  • SP Walker Buehler Dodgers
  • SP Clayton Kershaw Dodgers
  • SP Jacob deGrom Mets
  • RP Felipe Vazquez Pirates
  • RP Kirby Yates Padres
  • RP Will Smith Giants