- The American League are -105 moneyline favorites vs the National League
- American League starting pitcher: Shane McClanahan, 1.71 ERA
- National League starting pitcher: Clayton Kershaw, 2.13 ERA
- Watch the game on FOX at 7:30pm ET
The 2022 MLB All-Star game will take place at Dodger Stadium. First pitch is scheduled for 7:30pm ET in Los Angeles. This will be the 92nd All-Star game held between the American League and National League.
The American League are betting favorites, with the run line sitting at –1.5 (+165).
The All-Star game Over/Under is 7.5 total runs for the game.
MLB All-Star Game Starting Pitchers
- AL: Shane McClanahan (Rays), 1.71 ERA, 10-3 record in 2022
- NL: Clayton Kershaw (Dodgers), 2.13 ERA, 7-2 record in 2022
MLB All-Star Game Odds, Run Line, Over/Under & Moneyline
|Spread||Over / Under||Moneyline|
|American League||-1.5 +165||O 7.5 -105||-105|
|National League||+1.5 -200||U 7.5 -115||-115|
2022 All-Star Game Prediction
Based on recent trends, the model predicts the American League will win Thursday’s All-Star game with 54.5% confidence.
This prediction factors in starting pitchers, recent player hitting performances, as well as roster injuries and player availability.
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MLB All-Star Game Betting Trends
- American League has won 8 games in a row vs. the National League
- American League has won 26 of the last 33 All-Star games
- The Under has covered 12 of the last 15 games
- There have only been three games with more than 8 total runs since 2006 (9 runs in 2007 & 2015, 14 runs in 2018)
American League Starters for the All-Star Game
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), Mike Trout (Angels), Giancarlo Stanton (Yankees)
DH: Shohei Ohtani (Angels)
National League Starters for the All-Star Game
C: Willson Contreras (Cubs)
1B: Paul Goldschmidt (Cardinals)
2B: Jeff McNeil (Mets)
3B: Manny Machado (Padres)
SS: Trea Turner (Dodgers)
OF: Ronald Acuña (Braves), Mookie Betts (Dodgers), Joc Pederson (Giants)
DH: Bryce Harper (Phillies)
MLB All-Star Game History & Recent Past Winners
- 2021: American League wins 5-2
- 2020: No game due to COVID
- 2019 American League wins 4-3
- 2018: American League wins 8-6
- 2017 American League wins 2-1
- 2016 American League wins 4-2
- 2015 American League wins 6-3
- 2014: American League wins 5-3
- 2013: American League wins 3-0
- 2012: National League wins 8-0
- 2010: National League wins 3-1
Who won the home run derby?
Juan Soto won the 2022 Home Run Derby after defeating Julio Rodriguez. Soto became the second youngest player ever to win the Home Run Derby.
The odds for Juan Soto to win the Home Run Derby were +500.
Home Run Derby Odds to Win
|Player||Odds to Win||Team||League|
Pete Alonso has won the last two Home Run Derbies, and should he win again this year, he will become the first slugger to win the event three times in a row. His experience and success prove why he’s the favorite to win, but that’s not where I’m putting my money.
Be sure to check out the complete home run derby odds and picks.
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