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MLB All-Star Weekend 2017: Schedule, events, live TV coverage and how to watch online

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The All-Star break has finally arrived giving teams an invaluable four days of rest, except for the best players in the league who have been selected to represent their clubs in the annual All-Star game.

The Futures Game kicked off the All-Star Game festivities yesterday afternoon with the Team USA prospects defeating the World Team prospects.

Tonight, the always fun Home Run Derby will take place tonight with Cody Bellinger, Justin Bour, Charlie Blackmon, and the hometown masher, Giancarlo Stanton going for the National League while the American League will send Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, Mike Moustakas, and Miguel Sano.

The show will begin at 8 eastern on ESPN with the All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game being aired immediately following the competition.

On Tuesday, all of the MLB All-Stars will be paraded through Miami and will eventually make their way to the stadium. MLB Network will provide live coverage of the event, starting at 3 p.m, which will air for an hour.

This is all leading up to the actual All-Star game with Fox beginning live coverage at 7:30.

All-Star schedule of events

all times ET


8 p.m. - Home Run Derby (ESPN)

10 p.m. - All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game (ESPN)


3 p.m. - MLB All-Star Red Carpet show (MLB Network)

8 p.m. - 2017 MLB All-Star Game (Fox)