MLB All Star Game
Way to knock it out of the ball park! Bebe Rexha had the honor of singing the National Anthem ahead of the 2017 MLB All-Star Game. We’ve got her incredibly patriotic performance, right here.
Take me out to the ball game! The 2017 MLB All-Star Game will kick off on July 11 at 8:00 PM ET from Marlins Park in Miami. It’s going to be a fun night of baseball so fans better not miss it!
Hey, batter batter – swing! Eight of Major League Baseball’s best sluggers will step up to the plate for the 2017 Home Run Derby on July 10. The balls start to fly at 8:00 PM ET so don’t miss it.
Going, going, gone! Eric Hosmer’s home run launched the American League to a 4-2 win over the NL and was good enough to earn him the Ted Williams MVP Award at the 2016 MLB All-Star game. Keep reading for all the details from the exciting game.
All the All-Star action went down in Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres in sunny California. The National League battled the American League in the All-Star game with the home field advantage for the 2016 World Series at stake. With the help from some key home runs and some solid pitching the American League came out on top 4-2. Keep reading for more details on the big game.
Play ball! Before the 2016 MLB All-Star game begins, Rachel Platten will kick off the show the most patriotic way she can, with a heart-felt rendition of America’s national anthem. Watch her sing online on July 12th at 8pm EST. here!
“The Star Spangled Banner” is the country’s fight song and it will be sung at the 2016 MLB All-Star game appropriately by “Fight Song” singer Rachel Platten, 35, who is coming off an amazing, breakout year. The song, the game, and Rachel will all be at the San Diego Padres’ Petco Park in sunny California. Don’t miss a moment of the tear-jerking classic and watch Rachel do her magical thing online here!
Back, back, back, out of here! The 2016 Major League Baseball All-Star week will begin at Petco Park in San Diego, California with the Home Run Derby on July 11th at 8pm EST. Watch every dinger online here!
The biggest batters in the sport of baseball today, Mark Trumbo, 30, Corey Seager, 22, Robinson Cano, 33, and more, will battle it out for the title of home run king when they square off during the 2016 MLB Home Run Derby. Every year baseball’s all-star break begins with the best hitters in the sport competing to see who can hit the most bombs over the outfield fence. Watch every upper-decker online here!
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!
Ouch. Country star Joe Nichols performed ‘God Bless America’ at the MLB All-Star Game on July 15 and it was… not good. Watch the video, find out what people have been saying on Twitter, and let us know what you think!
There is possibly nothing worse for an artist than to perform a patriotic song at a sporting event and to totally miss the mark. At the MLB All-Star Game on July 15, country star Joe Nichols suffered that particular fate. His performance of “God Bless America” was preeeetty painful. We’re sure that the Grammy nominee was just having an off day — and surely, everyone has them — but this was a spectacularly off day for Joe. Find out what people have been saying on Twitter and watch the video!
Idina Menzel put on two stunning performances at the MLB All-Star Game on July 15. The Broadway star sang both Bob Dylan’s ‘Forever Young’ as well as the US National Anthem. Watch both performances right here!
At the MLB All-Star Game on July 15, Broadway star Idina Menzel, 43, wowed the crowd at Target Field in Minneapolis with a cover of Bob Dylan‘s “Forever Young,” as well as with a gorgeous rendition of the US National Anthem. Check out both performances right here!