Managers Mike Matheny of the National League and John Farrell of the American League revealed their starting lineups, including the starting pitchers, for the All-Star Game, to be played Tuesday at Target Field in Minneapolis, beginning at 8 p.m. ET on FOX and streamed live for the first time via MLB.TV.
"I think any time you're surrounded by that caliber of players and you get the fortunate ability to see them across the field or compete on the same field with them, and to see them assembled in one clubhouse, it's a rare opportunity," Farrell said on Monday. "But when you think about the depth -- and you look at a third baseman with Oakland who's hitting in the 8-hole who's got nearly 20 home runs -- just by position in the lineup, it reflects the caliber of players, the depth in it and the reserves will be coming in behind these guys are deserving to start in their own right. It's a rare and unique opportunity."