It’s that time of year again, you guys! The MLB All-Star game is here — and the American League and the National League are gearing up to give it their all as they both compete to come out on top in 2015.
The American League is feeling major amounts of pressure as they prepare to take on the National League. Why? Well after beating them two years in a row, they hope to win the game with a third consecutive victory. Will tonight be the night that the NL will take over? To make sure you don’t miss one heart-pounding moment of the big July 14 game, you can catch all the action live right here on HollywoodLife.com!
Being played at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, Ohio, this will be the first All-Star game to be played at the iconic venue since 1988. Making the moment even more exciting is the history between the National League and the American League. The NL leads the all-time series 43-40-2, though the AL has won the last two All-Star Games.
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A whopping 33 hunky ballplayers have made the roster for the first time at this year’s All Star game, which includes some of baseball’s most talented rookies. Los Angeles Dodgers newbie (and Home Run Derby competitor) Joc Pederson will start in left field for the National League, while the Chicago Cubs’ Kris Bryant made the team as a reserve. The American League is filled with young blood this year, as Mike Trout, 23, and Bryce Harper, 22, (who have arguably been baseball’s best players this year) play for a triumph.
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— Evan Real