MLB All-Star Game 2022: Live score and highlights [UPDATED]

The MLB All-Star Game is finally here! Baseball’s midsummer classic is a collection of the best talent the sport has to offer, annually. Check back for live updates.

Baseball’s best are back at it in Los Angeles for the MLB All-Star Game. Here is everything you need to know about the midsummer classic.

The game, which will be managed by Brian Snitker and Dusty Baker, who represented their respective leagues in the World Series, is set to start at 8:00 p.m. ET on FOX. If you need more information on how to watch, you can find that here.

MLB All-Star Game highlights

If you’re looking for highlights and updates, you came to the right place. Here’s where you’ll find everything happening in the midsummer classic, as I’ll give scoring updates and highlights/info on how those runs crossed the plate, in detail.

Who knows, you might even come across a nasty strikeout, as well? I’m unpredictable like that.

MLB All-Star Game: Final Score

The American League defeated the National League by the final score of 3-2. Emmanuel Clase came in and struck out the side in the ninth.

MLB All-Star Game: Mic’d up moments

The likes of Alek Manoah, Jose Trevino, Julio Rodriguez and Nestor Cortes (among other stars) were mic’d up during the game, and spoke with FOX analysts John Smoltz and Joe Davis. The result was pure entertainment.

Here’s Manoah:

As well as Trevino and Cortes putting on a show:

And last but not least is Julio:

Fourth inning: American League takes 3-2 lead

Just after Giancarlo Stanton tied the game, Byron Buxton hit a solo shot at give them the lead. For all we know, it might have been even longer.

Fourth inning: American League ties it a 2-2

Giancarlo Stanton hit a deep drive to right field, a 457-foot blast on an 0-2 count. Surely, this will make fans wish he were in the Home Run Derby again on Monday night.

First inning: National league takes 2-0 lead

Paul Goldschmidt hit a solo home run off Shane McClanahan, giving the National League a 2-0 lead. It wasn’t a good start for the Rays ace.

First inning: National League takes 1-0 lead

Ronald Acuña led off the game with a double, and was quick driven in by Mookie Betts, the very next batter.

Who sang the National Anthem at All-Star Game?

Ben Platt sand the National Anthem, to mixed reviews. This isn’t the first time he’s performed on a national stage, but baseball fans are a tough crowd to please.

Platt sang the anthem with a button on his shirt which read ‘choice’ in reference to being pro-choice as it pertains to abortion rights.

MLB All-Star Game rosters:

The following players will represent the American League in the All-Star Game:

American League All-Star Game Starters:

  • C: Alejandro Kirk, Blue Jays
  • 1B: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr., Blue Jays
  • 2B: Andrés Giménez, Guardians*
  • 3B: Rafael Devers, Red Sox
  • SS: Tim Anderson, White Sox
  • OF: Aaron Judge, Yankees; Byron Buxton, Twins*; Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees
  • DH: Shohei Ohtani, Angels

*Giménez and Buxton replaced Jose Altuve of the Astros and Mike Trout of the Angels respectively because of injury.

AL All-Star Starting Pitchers:

  • LHP: Shane McClanahan, Rays
  • RHP: Justin Verlander, Astros*
  • RHP: Alek Manoah, Blue Jays
  • LHP: Nestor Cortes, Yankees
  • RHP: Gerrit Cole, Yankees*
  • RHP: Shohei Ohtani, Angels
  • RHP: Paul Blackburn, Athletics
  • LHP: Martín Pérez, Rangers
  • LHP: Framber Valdez, Astros

Here is the pitching plan: Shane McClanahan will start the game, with Alek Manoah going behind him and pitching to Kirk. The rest of the game is up in the air.

AL All-Star Relievers:

  • RHP: Clay Holmes, Yankees
  • RHP: Emmanuel Clase, Guardians
  • RHP: Jorge López, Orioles
  • LHP: Gregory Soto, Tigers
  • RHP: Liam Hendriks, White Sox+
  • RHP: Jordan Romano, Blue Jays+

+Added as replacement

AL All-Star Reserves:

  • C: Jose Trevino, Yankees
  • 1B: Luis Arraez, Twins
  • 1B: Ty France, Mariners+
  • 2B: Santiago Espinal, Blue Jays+
  • 3B: José Ramírez, Guardians
  • SS: Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox
  • SS: Corey Seager, Rangers+
  • OF: Kyle Tucker, Astros
  • OF: George Springer, Blue Jays*
  • OF: Andrew Benintendi, Royals
  • OF: Julio Rodríguez, Mariners
  • DH: Yordan Alvarez, Astros*
  • DH: J.D. Martinez, Red Sox+
  • Legacy: Miguel Cabrera, Tigers

+Added as replacement

National League All-Star Game Starters:

  • C: Willson Contreras, Cubs
  • 1B: Paul Goldschmidt, Cardinals
  • 2B: Jeff McNeil, Mets*
  • 3B: Manny Machado, Padres
  • SS: Trea Turner, Dodgers
  • OF: Ronald Acuña, Jr., Braves; Mookie Betts, Dodgers; Joc Pederson, Giants
  • DH: William Contreras, Braves*

*McNeil and Contreras replaced Jazz Chisholm of the Marlins and Bryce Harper of the Phillies respectively because of injury.

NL All-Star Starting Pitchers:

  • RHP: Sandy Alcantara, Marlins
  • RHP: Corbin Burnes, Brewers*
  • RHP: Joe Musgrove, Padres
  • LHP: Max Fried, Braves*
  • RHP: Tony Gonsolin, Dodgers
  • RHP: Luis Castillo, Reds
  • LHP: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers
  • LHP: Carlos Rodón, Giants*
  • LHP: Tyler Anderson, Dodgers+
  • RHP: Miles Mikolas, Cardinals+

+Added as replacement

NL All-Star Relievers:

  • LHP: Josh Hader, Brewers*
  • RHP: Edwin Díaz, Mets
  • RHP: Ryan Helsley, Cardinals
  • RHP: David Bednar, Pirates
  • LHP: Joe Mantiply, Diamondbacks
  • RHP: Devin Williams, Brewers+

+Added as replacement

NL All-Star Reserves:

  • C: Travis d’Arnaud, Braves
  • 1B: Pete Alonso, Mets
  • 1B: C.J. Cron, Rockies
  • 1B: Freddie Freeman, Dodgers+
  • 2B: Jake Cronenworth, Padres+
  • 3B: Nolan Arenado, Cardinals*
  • 3B: Austin Riley, Braves+
  • SS: Dansby Swanson, Braves
  • OF: Kyle Schwarber, Phillies
  • OF: Starling Marte, Mets*
  • OF: Ian Happ, Cubs
  • OF: Juan Soto, Nationals
  • DH: Garrett Cooper, Marlins+

+Added as replacement

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