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2021 National League and American League Major League Baseball All - Stars

Introduction

The 2021 Major League Baseball All – Star game is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, July 13th, 2021 from Coors Field located in Denver, Colorado. The mid – summer classic was originally scheduled to be held at Truist Park located in Atlanta, GA, but Major League Baseball decided against the Atlanta Braves hosting the MLB All – Star Game last spring due to political reasons revolving around the voting practices and voting legislation in the state of Georgia. The Major League Baseball Home Run Derby is now set to occur on Monday, July 12th, 2021.

National League Starters

1B: Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves

2B: Adam Frazier, Pittsburgh Pirates

SS: Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres

3B: Nolan Arenado, St. Louis Cardinals

C: Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants

OF: Ronald Acuña Jr., Atlanta Braves

OF: Nick Castellanos, Cincinnati Reds

OF: Jesse Winker, Cincinnati Reds

National League Reserves 

C: J.T. Realmuto, Philadelphia Phillies

1B: Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers

2B: Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves

2B: Jake Cronenworth, San Diego Padres

3B: Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs

SS: Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants

SS: Trea Turner, Washington Nationals

3B: Eduardo Escobar, Arizona Diamondbacks

OF: Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers

OF: Bryan Reynolds, Pittsburgh Pirates

OF: Kyle Schwarber, Washington Nationals

OF: Juan Soto, Washington Nationals

OF: Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers

National League Starting Pitchers 

Corbin Burnes, Milwaukee Brewers

Yu Darvish, San Diego Padres

Jacob deGrom, New York Mets

Kevin Gausman, San Francisco Giants

Germán Márquez, Colorado Rockies

Trevor Rogers, Miami Marlins

Zack Wheeler, Philadelphia Phillies

Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee Brewers

National League Relief Pitchers

Josh Hader, Milwaukee Brewers

Craig Kimbrel, Chicago Cubs

Mark Melancon, San Diego Padres

Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals

American League Starters

1B: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays

2B: Marcus Semien, Toronto Blue Jays

SS: Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox

3B: Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox

C: Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals

OF: Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels

OF: Aaron Judge, New York Yankees

OF: Teoscar Hernandez, Toronto Blue Jays

DH/P: Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels

American League Reserves

C: Mike Zunino, Tampa Bay Rays

1B: Matt Olson, Oakland Athletics

1B: Jared Walsh, Los Angeles Angels

2B: Jose Altuve, Houston Astros

SS: Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays

SS: Carlos Correa, Houston Astros

3B: José Ramírez, Cleveland Indians

OF: Michael Brantley, Houston Astros

OF: Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers

OF: Adolis García, Texas Rangers

OF: Cedric Mullins, Baltimore Orioles

DH: J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox

DH: Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins

American League Starting Pitchers

Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians

Gerrit Cole, New York Yankees

Nathan Eovaldi, Boston Red Sox

Kyle Gibson, Texas Rangers

Lance Lynn, Chicago White Sox

Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners

Carlos Rodón, Chicago White Sox

American League Relief Pitchers

Matt Barnes, Boston Red Sox

Aroldis Chapman, New York Yankees

Liam Hendriks, Chicago White Sox

Ryan Pressly, Houston Astros

Gregory Soto, Detroit Tigers

Current MLB Standings (as of Wednesday, July 7th, 2021)

American League East

Boston Red Sox 54 – 33 0 Games Behind

Tampa Bay Rays 51 – 36 3 Games Behind

Toronto Blue Jays 43 – 40 9 Games Behind

New York Yankees 43 – 41 9.5 Games Behind

Baltimore Orioles 28 – 57 25 Games Behind

American League Central

Chicago White Sox 51 – 35 0 Games Behind

Cleveland Indians 42 – 42 8 Games Behind

Detroit Tigers 40 – 47 11.5 Games Behind

Kansas City Royals 36 – 49 14.5 Games Behind

Minnesota Twins 35 – 50 15.5 Games Behind

American League West

Houston Astros 53 – 33 0 Games Behind

Oakland Athletics 49 – 38 4.5 Games Behind

Seattle Mariners 45 – 41 8 Games Behind

Los Angeles Angels 43 – 42 9.5 Games Behind

Texas Rangers 34 – 53 19.5 Games Behind

National League East

New York Mets 45 – 37 0 Games Behind

Philadelphia Phillies 41 – 42 4.5 Games Behind

Atlanta Braves 42 – 44 5 Games Behind

Washington Nationals 41 – 43 5 Games Behind

Miami Marlins 37 – 47 9 Games Behind

National League Central

Milwaukee Brewers 51 – 36 0 Games Behind

Cincinnati Reds 44 – 41 6 Games Behind

St. Louis Cardinals 43 – 44 8 Games Behind

Chicago Cubs 42 – 44 8.5 Games Behind

Pittsburgh Pirates 32 – 54 18.5 Games Behind

National League West

San Francisco Giants 53 – 32 0 Games Behind

Los Angeles Dodgers 53 – 33 0.5 Games Behind

San Diego Padres 51 – 37 3.5 Games Behind

Colorado Rockies 37 – 49 16.5 Games Behind

Arizona Diamondbacks 24 – 63 30 Games Behind

Odds to Win the MLB 2021 World Series

According to Bovada sportsbook below are the odds to win the MLB 2021 World Series as of Wednesday, July 7th, 2021.

Sources:

ESPN News Services “2021 MLB All-Star Game -- Lineups, schedule, analysis and Home Run Derby field”, ESPN. July 1, 2021.

“MLB Standings 2021”, ESPN. July 7, 2021.

“United States, MLB Futures, MLB 2021 World Series: To Win Outright”, Bovada Sportsbook. July 7, 2021.


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