• FanFest and All-Star Sunday Tickets

    Tickets for MLB All-Star FanFest and All-Star Sunday are on sale now! Enjoy five days of FanFest fun, featuring All-Star Legends, autograph sessions and hands-on activities. On Sunday, catch the upcoming stars in the Futures Game, followed by the always entertaining Legends & Celebrity Softball Game.

  • Register for 2017 All-Star Week ticket opportunity

    Don't miss your chance to be a part of all the fun and excitement of All-Star Week in Miami next July. Register for the opportunity to purchase 2017 All-Star Week Tickets today!

  • Calling All Volunteers!

    Major League Baseball is looking for unpaid volunteers to assist with events surrounding the presentation of the 2017 Midsummer Classic. Register now!

  • All-Star photo galleries

    View photos from the All-Star festivities in San Diego and all around baseball.

  • 2016 All-Star Highlights

    Revisit some of the highlights, with our partners over at Whistle Sports, from 2016 All-Star Week, including MLB All-Star FanFest, the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, Legends & Celebrity Softball Game and more.

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  • Kan Diego: RoyALs power All-Star win

    The 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard quickly became a Royal affair, as Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez powered the American League to a 4-2 victory on a festive Tuesday night in San Diego's East Village.

  • In final All-Star Game, Papi has fond farewell

    David Ortiz lifted his helmet high above his head with his right hand and said goodbye -- to the fans at Petco Park, to his American League teammates and to the All-Star Game.

  • Catalyst Hosmer captures All-Star Game MVP

    Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer was named the winner of the Ted Williams Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet at Tuesday night's All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, which the American League won over the National League, 4-2.

  • Royal feat: Hos, Salvy HRs part of ASG history

    Royals teammates Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez wasted no time impacting the All-Star Game presented by Mastercard on Tuesday night, each homering for the American League in the second inning off Giants right-hander Johnny Cueto, who pitched for the Royals in the run to their World Series championship last season.

  • Another year, another ASG hit in 1st AB for Trout

    Nobody starts an All-Star Game like Mike Trout.

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  • Manfred helps open kids complex in Tijuana

    MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, his family, Padres staff, local dignitaries and happy kids took All-Star Week south of the border to much fanfare and goodwill on Monday.

  • NL, AL batting titles named after Gwynn, Carew

    In a goosebumps-inducing moment before Tuesday night's All-Star Game, Major League Baseball announced that the National League batting title will be named after Tony Gwynn and that the American League crown will be named after Rod Carew.

  • Jose-Papi, Ozuna RBI, Rodney return part of ASG fun

    As if by fate, the All-Star showdown did occur, and caught in the moment, Jose Fernandez couldn't help but laugh. The Marlins' 23-year-old ace found himself 60 feet, six inches away from his idol, David Ortiz, in the third inning of Tuesday's Midsummer Classic.

  • Collins wins challenge in 1st ASG replay review

    Terry Collins managed to create a bit of history Tuesday in his debut as National League All-Star manager. Collins initiated the first replay review in All-Star Game history, after first-base umpire Kerwin Danley called Daniel Murphy out on a routine ground ball in the fifth, and the call was overturned.

  • Stars come out for ASG Red Carpet Show

    There are two kinds of parades in Major League Baseball, and any player would want to experience both. The prime ride is obviously right after a World Series victory, but the All-Star Game Red Carpet Show presented by Chevrolet is another measure of greatness.

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  • Manfred hits key points in Town Hall fan chat

    Continuing a long-standing All-Star Week tradition, Commissioner Rob Manfred answered fan questions, through social media and in person, at a Town Hall meeting during FanFest at Petco Park. The address, hosted by Padres Hall of Fame announcer Dick Enberg, covered a wide range of topics, from possible tweaks to the instant replay review challenge system to Vin Scully.

  • Harris' clutch K gets AL out of bases-loaded jam

    Astros closer Will Harris got the call in the pivotal moment of the American League's 4-2 win over the National League in the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on Tuesday night at Petco Park.

  • Murphy Stands Up To Cancer for Alderson

    For a brief moment in time, Daniel Murphy was a Met again. Or perhaps more accurately, he was simply a human being. As Major League Baseball paused Tuesday's All-Star Game after the fifth inning to remember those lost to cancer, to honor those fighting it and to raise awareness for an organization bent on eradicating it, Murphy held up a handwritten placard with Sandy Alderson's name.

  • Going, going, Gian: Derby star, by far!

    Giancarlo Stanton turned the T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Petco Park into a contest of "Can you top this?" For most of the night, the Miami Marlins right fielder found himself trying to outdistance himself, and in the process he stole the show.

  • Manfred, union chief Clark tackle CBA issues

    At a meeting with the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Tuesday morning before the All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, Commissioner Rob Manfred and MLBPA president Tony Clark separately addressed some of the major points of interest with regard to the CBA and other matters.

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  • Home Run Derby: Round-by-round breakdown

    Giancarlo Stanton won the 2016 T-Mobile Home Run Derby with 20 home runs in the final, defeating defending champ Todd Frazier, who hit 13. Stanton eliminated Robinson Cano, 24-7, in the quarterfinals, and knocked out Mark Trumbo, 17-14, in the semifinals.

  • Statcast: Derby homers went nearly 15 miles

    While it might seem like the 2016 T-Mobile Home Run Derby was literally just about Giancarlo Stanton crushing baseballs deep into the San Diego skyline with no other participants even around ... well, let's not pretend otherwise.

  • Transcript of Commissioner Manfred's Town Hall Chat

    The Commissioner's Town Hall Chat, which began with several e-mails answered casually in an office, has grown into a world-wide phenomenon.

  • Fun for all at Legends & Celebrity Softball Game

    The American League squad came away from Sunday's All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game with an 8-7 win. More important, the crowd walked away entertained after taking in the nightcap of All-Star Sunday, an event that has become a staple of All-Star week.

  • Top 10 Futures Game performances

    Here are 10 players, led by MVP Yoan Moncada, who provided memorable SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game moments in the World's 11-3 victory over the U.S. on Sunday in San Diego.

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  • Futures Game offers Statcast look at top prospects

    The Futures Game is the first time that we get top prospects in front of the Statcast tracking system, and the results from Sunday night's gamer were spectacular. Suddenly, we know a lot more about how fast, how far, and how much all of these prospects can offer.

  • Futures Game prospect breakdown by club

    Below is a recap of each player's performance from the 18th edition of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Petco Park, an 11-3 win for the World Team over the United States.

  • National Pro Fastpitch makes mark during All-Star Weekend

    The real attraction of the first two days of All-Star weekend may have been the women in attendance -- specifically the National Pro Fastpitch clubs Dallas Charge and USSSA Pride, who showcased their incredible talents in back-to-back nights on Friday and Saturday.

  • All-Star events ramp up on Sunday

    While there are even more All-Star Game-related events throughout San Diego on Sunday, the focus shifts to Petco Park this afternoon with the playing of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game followed by the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball game.

  • Polling Futures Gamers: Who impressed you?

    Those who played in the Futures Game as impressed with their teammates' and opponents' performances as anyone else. While Yoan Moncada was a deserving MVP for his go-ahead home run (not to mention his single and stolen base) in the eighth inning, he's far from the only one who stood out during Sunday's prospect showcase.

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  • FanFest ushers in All-Star Week with fanfare

    The San Diego State University marching band and mascots from various Major League teams welcomed hundreds of fans pouring into the San Diego Convention Center for the grand opening of the MLB All-Star FanFest.

  • Before they were All-Stars: AL edition

    For some fans, the All-Star Game presented by MasterCard is their first chance to familiarize themselves with players they don't see very often. Here's our attempt to give them a head start with the origins of every All-Star.

  • Before they were All-Stars: NL edition

    For some fans, the All-Star Game presented by MasterCard is their first chance to familiarize themselves with players they don't see very often. Here's our attempt to give them a head start with the origins of every All-Star.

  • Stefani thrills crowd at MLB All-Star Concert Series

    The Budweiser MLB All-Star Concert Series featured a total of six artists and bands, each bringing to the stage their own brand of star power. The buildup throughout the two-day extravaganza, however, ended with a particular singer on Saturday night who knocked it out of the park, so to speak, as the headliner of a full slate of musical performances scheduled for All-Star week.

  • Behind the scenes of San Diego's first two All-Star Games

    As the Padres welcome baseball's All-Stars to the city of San Diego for the third time in the team's nearly 50-year history, let's look back on the club's first two Midsummer Classic hosting gigs.

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  • All-Star FAQ: How the teams are built

    You know how the All-Star Game position player starters were selected because, well, you helped select them. But what about the benches and pitching staffs? Here's a handy FAQ to guide you through the way the reserve selection process unfolded.

  • Top 10 All-Star Game hits

    From moments of jaw-dropping power to clutch offensive exploits, the best hits in All-Star Game history share one common thread: They took place on a stage like none other, against the game's best pitchers, establishing a highly-anticipated summertime tradition.

  • The All-Star Game through the decades

    The Midsummer Classic has provided baseball fans with plenty of memorable moments throughout the years in a rivalry that has spanned nearly a century. MLB takes a look back at the streaks, highlights and players to remember through the decades, from the early 1930s to present day.

  • Marlins unveil 2017 All-Star Game logo

    The Marlins and Major League Baseball unveiled the logo for the 2017 All-Star Game, which will be held at Marlins Park, in an on-field ceremony on Wednesday.

  • Arrieta recharged after much-needed break

    Jake Arrieta's phone is filled with photos of his son, Cooper, near the batting cage with Giancarlo Stanton and being held by David Ortiz and cheering on homers during the festivities at last week's All-Star Game. It's a week the Cubs' pitcher won't forget, and which should benefit him in the second half.

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  • Stay Classic, San Diego: City shines as All-Star host

    With Petco Park's first All-Star Game in the rearview mirror, the national consensus seems to be that San Diego played its role of host to perfection.

  • Miami on clock for 2017 All-Star Game

    From Giancarlo Stanton's moonshots at the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, to Jose Fernandez's playful exchanges with David Ortiz, to Marcell Ozuna's RBI single and Fernando Rodney firing his imaginary arrow into the sky, the Marlins' imprints were all over the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard.

  • Softball in the spotlight

    In the spirit of baseball barnstorming tours 100 years ago, two teams from the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) league played games at the University of San Diego during MLB's All-Star Week, inspiring girls everywhere.

  • Blue Jays' All-Stars soak up memories

    It was an eventful night for a quartet of Blue Jays, who all entered the American League's 4-2 win over the National League in the 2016 All-Star Game.

  • Betances, Miller in familiar spots during ASG

    During the American League's 4-2 win on Tuesday evening at Petco Park in the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, Yankees relievers Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller did what they usually do, sort of: pitch the seventh and eighth innings, respectively.

  • Future is now: Young Stars boon for baseball

    It's probably symbolic of something larger that David Ortiz played his 10th and final All-Star Game at this moment in baseball history. He has a front-row seat to a sport that's being transformed right in front of our eyes. Here's to youth and energy. Here's to amazing talent, too.

  • Seager has 'blast' as first-time All-Star

    Between the lines, Tuesday was a forgettable game for Corey Seager. He struck out in his only at-bat, committed an error at shortstop and got pulled for a pinch-hitter with the bases loaded in the eighth inning.

  • Lucroy stays perfect with another All-Star hit

    Jonathan Lucroy is hitting 1.000 as an All-Star. The sample size is not particularly large -- three at-bats -- but you cannot argue with success at this level.

  • Miggy uses ASG as opportunity to learn

    Before the 11th All-Star Game of his career Tuesday night, Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera found himself surrounded at his locker in the home clubhouse.

  • Home run doesn't spoil Sale's All-Star start

    After being named the American League starting pitcher for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, Chris Sale said he was just there to have fun and compete.

  • Herrera awed by first All-Star experience

    Just a year and a half after the Phillies selected him in the Rule 5 Draft, outfielder Odubel Herrera found himself lined up among the Major Leagues' best players in the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on Tuesday night at Petco Park.

  • Royals chip in to maintain AL's All-Star reign

    We need to drop the "Junior Circuit" terminology from contemporary baseball usage. Once again on Tuesday night, there was nothing particularly "junior" in yet another All-Star Game victory led by -- who else? -- those intrepid Kansas City Royals.

  • Cano has front-row seat for history in ASG

    Robinson Cano didn't have an impact on the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, a 4-2 American League victory, but he had one of the best vantage points during a special moment at Petco Park on Tuesday night.

  • At-bat aside, Aledmys revels in Cuban reunion at ASG

    They never dreamed this big all those years ago, when there in the Cuban neighborhood of Santa Clara, Aledmys Diaz and Jose Fernandez would meet on Eighth Street to play ball.

  • Home field or not, things look rosy for Giants

    Everything can't line up just right for the Giants, can it?

  • Melancon soaks in All-Star experience

    The bullpen door swung open and AC/DC's "Thunderstruck" boomed through the ballpark's speaker system as Mark Melancon made his way to the mound Tuesday night. But this was in no other way an ordinary appearance for the Pirates closer.

  • Scherzer hits 99 three times in All-Star Game

    It would have been hard to find a player more excited to be a part of the 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard than Nationals ace Max Scherzer. That excitement translated on the mound Tuesday night, when Scherzer fired his three hardest pitches of the year during a scoreless sixth inning.

  • All-Star GIFs: Hosmer crushes on ex-teammate

    Here are the top GIFs from Tuesday night's All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, courtesy of @MLBgifs.

  • DYK: Amazing facts from the 2016 All-Star Game

    The 2016 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard was a thrilling contest filled with towering home runs, big-time strikeouts and some defensive gems. When it was all said and done, the American League walked off with a 4-2 triumph at Petco Park, securing home-field advantage in the World Series for the fourth straight year.