2021 MLB All-Star schedule: The era of home run derby, TV channels, futures and celebrity softball games

Since 2019, fans will have the opportunity to enjoy the celebration of the Midsummer Classic for the first time.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there is no all-star game, home run derby, celebrity softball game or futures game. But now in 2021, Coors Field in Denver, Colorado will once again host all events.

These events will be divided into several days. The home run derby brackets are announced on Wednesday, the futures game is scheduled to be held on Sunday with the start of the draft, the derby and softball game is scheduled for Monday and the home run-the star game scheduled for Tuesday. .

This is the complete schedule of a few days of baseball games.

more: Use fuboTV to watch every MLB All-Star game live (7-day free trial)

2021 MLB All-Star schedule

Most All-Star celebrations will take place on ESPN, with the exception of the All-Star Futures game, which will be held on the MLB network at 3pm on Sunday.

The All-Star Celebrity Softball game will be held on the Sunday after the futures game, but will not be broadcast until after the ESPN home run derby on Monday night.

Those who wish to live stream events held on ESPN can listen ESPN+ or fuboTV provides a 7-day free trial. fuboTV will also allow fans to stream MLB networks.

Wednesday, July 7

Time (ET) event channel
10 pm T-Mobile Home Run Derby Bracket Show ESPN

Sunday, July 11

Time (ET) event channel
3 pm SiriusXM All-Star Futures Tournament Major League Baseball Network
7 p.m. The MLB draft begins (first round, draft pick) ESPN

Monday, July 12

Time (ET) event channel
eight pm T-Mobile Home Run Derby ESPN
10 pm All-Star Celebrity Softball Game ESPN

Tuesday, July 13

Time (ET) event channel
7 p.m. MLB All-Star Game hosted by MasterCard ESPN

more: Who made the AL and NL roster for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game?

Major League Baseball Home Run Derby Participants 2021

The home run derby will have eight players in a scaffolding game, trying to hit as many home runs as possible in four minutes. If the batter can send at least two baseballs more than 440 feet away, they will be able to add an additional 30 seconds to keep the swing. The four winners of the first round of confrontation will advance to the semi-finals and compete for seats in the finals.

Participant team Home run Maximum distance
Otani Shohei angel 32 470
Pete Alonso metropolis 15 443
Trevor’s story the Rocky Mountains 11 466
Tre Mancini Orioles 15 451
Salvador Perez Royals 20 460
Matt Olsen sports twenty one 445
Juan Soto national 11 437
Joey Gallo Rangers twenty three 462

*Updates to the competition data as of Thursday, July 8th

2021 MLB All-Star Futures List

The first event of each All-Star Weekend is the futures game. Fans have the opportunity to watch the next wave of MLB geniuses to participate and show their skills on the big stage. Some of the most promising players in the game will show amazing fastballs, amazing speed on the base, impressive defensive instincts and power fluctuations.

This year, former Rocky third baseman Vinny Castilla will manage the National League team, and former Rocky Latroy Hawkins will manage the American League team.

American League

position player organization grade
phosphorus Baz Rays AAA
phosphorus Brian Bello Red Sox Airport Authority
phosphorus Reid Detmers angel Airport Authority
phosphorus Marcos Duplan Orioles AAA
phosphorus Louis Medina Yankees Airport Authority
phosphorus Korlagen Rangers A+
phosphorus Josh Wind twin Airport Authority
phosphorus Colwyn Rangers Airport Authority
phosphorus Hector Yan angel A+
C Adley Luchman Orioles Airport Authority
C Taylor Soderstrom sports A kind
C Bonaire Indian Airport Authority
2B/SS/OF Vidal Brujan Rays AAA
3B Jack Burger White Sox AAA
2B/SS Jet Downs Red Sox AAA
SS/OF Austin Martin Bluebird Airport Authority
1B Nick Prato Royals Airport Authority
1B / 3B Spencer Tokelson Tigers Airport Authority
SS Little Bobby Witte Royals Airport Authority
of Jurki Cespedes White Sox A+
of Jason Dominguez Yankees resistance
of Riley Green Tigers Airport Authority
of Jared Kelenik sailor AAA
of Pedro Leon astronaut Airport Authority
of Julio Rodriguez sailor Airport Authority

National League

position player organization grade
phosphorus Cavalli Falls national Airport Authority
phosphorus Jack Ed Marlin Airport Authority
phosphorus Andre Jackson Dodgers Airport Authority
phosphorus Matthew Libatore Cardinals AAA
phosphorus Nick Rodolo Celebrities Airport Authority
phosphorus Max Meyer Marlin Airport Authority
phosphorus Quinn Priest pirate A+
phosphorus Manuel Rodriguez Cub AAA
phosphorus Ethan Small Brewer AAA
C Francisco alvarez placeholder image metropolis A+
C Luis Campsano Fathers AAA
C Willie McPhee the Rocky Mountains A+
3B Brett Barty metropolis A+
SS Jose Barreiro placeholder image Celebrities AAA
2B Michael Busch Dodgers Airport Authority
3B Nolan Gorman Cardinals AAA
SS Marco Luciano Giants A kind
SS Bryson Stout Phillies Airport Authority
1B Michael Tolia the Rocky Mountains A+
of Byrne Davis Cub Airport Authority
of Mike Harris II Brave A+
of Heliot Ramos Giants Airport Authority
of Alec Thomas Rattlesnake Airport Authority
of Ryan Willard the Rocky Mountains AAA
of Drew Waters Brave AAA

List of celebrity softball games in 2021

Every year, celebrities, actors, musicians, athletes from other sports and more people gather in the context of the MLB All-Star Game and go to the venue for the first game during the weekend celebrations.

See who will play in this year’s MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball game.

  • Quavo (Rapper, actor, producer, director and “HUNCHO” of the Grammy-nominated group Migos)
  • JoJo Siwa (pop singer, dancer, entrepreneur and social media star)
  • Steve Aoki (Grammy nominated, top DJ and producer)
  • Rose Butler (actor)
  • Noah Baker (Social Media Star)
  • Charles Melton (actor)
  • Residente (award-winning rapper, writer, filmmaker, activist)
  • Blake Gray (Social Media Star)
  • The Miz (WWE Superstar)
  • Kane Brown (Platinum Sales Country Artist)
  • Caramo (TV presenter)
  • DK Metcalf (Seahawk wide receiver)
  • JID (musician)
  • Derek White (Spurs guard)
  • CC Sabathia (former Major League Baseball All-Star)
  • Jenny Finch (Olympic softball gold medalist)
  • Hunter Pence (former Major League Baseball All-Star)
  • Larry Walker (former Rocky, member of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame)
  • Vinny Castilla (former Major League Baseball All-Star)



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