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For the first time in his Hall of Fame career, Clayton Kershaw will start the All-Star Game. And it will come at his home ballpark.

It has been yet another sterling campaign for Kershaw, who has pitched to a 2.13 ERA in 71.2 innings with 75 strikeouts. He is 2-0 this season when pitching at Dodger Stadium in five starts.

Opposite him will be Rays’ second-year southpaw Shane McClanahan. One of the AL’s Cy Young contenders, he has a 1.71 ERA in 110.2 innings of work with 147 strikeouts and a 10-3 record.

Kershaw and the National League are looking to snap the league’s seven-game losing streak in the series. The National League hasn’t won the All-Star Game since winning three straight from 2010 to 2012. All-time, the AL leads the NL 46-43-2.

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The Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from the 2022 MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday night. Follow for complete results from baseball’s Midsummer Classic.

MLB All-Star Game score

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MLB All-Star Game 2022 live updates, highlights

(All times Eastern)

9:34 p.m. End Top Fourth: Kirk bounces out to shortstop to end the inning.

9:32 p.m.: Gonsolin gets the foul-tip strikeout of Gimenez. Two away.

9:30 p.m.: Anderson singles to left. The AL has strung together three straight hits as Gimenez comes up to bat for his second AB.

9:28 p.m. AL scoring play: The American League goes back-to-back. Byron Buxton crushes one to left field, and the AL takes the lead. AL takes a 3-2 lead.

9:26 p.m. AL scoring play: Tie game. Hanger to Stanton that he demolishes to left field. AL ties the game 2-2.

9:25 p.m.: Guerrero flies out to Soto in center field for the first out.

9:24 p.m.: Ramirez leads off the fourth with a base hit right up the middle. Guerrero up to bat.

9:20 p.m.: Another Dodger on the mound in L.A. Tony Gonsolin enters the game, replacing Musgrove on the hill.

9:18 p.m. End of Third: Ground ball over to Gimenez in the shift that Gimenez under-throws, but Guerrero makes a second straight pick for the out to retire the side.

9:17 p.m.: Freddie Freeman comes in to pinch hit for Goldschmidt.

9:17 p.m.: Machado bounces one to the hole, but Anderson ranges over to field it and make the throw to first for the second out.

9:16 p.m.: Soto grounds out to second to start the half-inning.

9:13 p.m.: It will be Valdez vs. Soto to start the bottom of the third.

9:12 p.m.: Framber Valdez enters for the American League on the hill. Jose Ramirez replaces Devers at third base.

9:09 p.m. End Top Third: Musgrove gets Judge chasing a slider down and away to strand Ohtani and preserve the 2-0 lead. Betts, Machado, Goldschmidt due up for the NL, assuming no pinch-hitters. Juan Soto had been in the on-deck circle when Acuna made the last out of the second.

9:07 p.m.: Ohtani lays off a fastball below the zone to take a walk, giving Judge a base-runner with two away.

9:05 p.m.: Broken-bat blooper by Alejandro Kirk, but it lands right in the glove of McNeil just behind the second base bag.

9:04 p.m.: Andres Gimenez goes down swinging at a low curveball to start the third.

9:01 p.m.: Joe Musgrove is the new arm for the National League.

8:59 p.m. End of Second: Manoah gets Acuna swinging with a fastball to end the inning. He punches out three in the inning.

8:57 p.m.: John Smoltz tells Manoah to strike Jeff McNeil out with a backfoot slider. He plunks him with the slider to give the National League a base-runner.

8:55 p.m.: Joc Pederson chases a fastball up and out of the zone and strikes out on the foul tip.

8:52 p.m.: William Contreras is caught looking at strike three for the first out.

8:49 p.m.: Alek Manoah is on the American League to start the second.

8:47 p.m. End Top Second: Alcantara gets Anderson to bounce out to first to end the top half of the second.

8:45 p.m.: Alcanatara strikes out Giancarlo Stanton and Byron Buxton on seven pitches. Anderson up hoping to keep the inning alive for the AL.

8:44 p.m.: Sandy Alcantara enters the game for the National League, replacing Kershaw, who finished his day with a walk, a hit and a strikeout in an inning of work.

8:40 p.m. End of First: Willson Contreras strikes out to end the frame, but the damage is done with two runs coming across in the first.

8:37 p.m.: Trea Turner dumps a base hit into left. The NL keeps rolling.

8:36 p.m. NL scoring play: Paul Goldschmidt crushes a fastball down the middle for a no-doubt home run to left. The NL extends its lead to 2-0.

8:35 p.m.: Andres Gimenez with the dazzling behind-the-back flip on a ball hit right up the middle by Manny Machado. Tim Anderson gets the out at second, and though the throw pulled Guerrero just off the bag, he recovers and makes the tag to turn the double play.

8:33 p.m. NL scoring play: Mookie Betts singles up the middle, and Acuna scores easily. The NL strikes first. The NL takes a 1-0 lead.

8:31 p.m.: Ronald Acuna Jr. ropes a double down the left field line to get the bottom of the first started for the National League.

8:28 p.m. End Top First: Guerrero grounds into a fielder’s choice to shortstop. The American League goes quiet in the first.

8:26 p.m.: Rafael Devers lays off a pitch in the dirt for a walk to give Vladimir Guerrero Jr. a chance to bat with a runner on first.

8:23 p.m.: Clayton Kershaw picks Ohtani off first base, and then strikes out Aaron Judge.

8:21 p.m.: Shohei Ohtani called his shot. He told Tom Verducci before the game he would swing at the first pitch, and he promptly bloops one into left-center.

8:09 p.m.: Actor Denzel Washington honored Jackie Robinson’s legacy ahead of the All-Star Game.

8:03 p.m.: Ben Platt out to sing the national anthem.

7:50 p.m.: Introductions of the 2022 MLB All-Star teams are underway.

How to watch the 2022 MLB All-Star Game

Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV channel: Fox (U.S.) FOX Sports Live

Those hoping to catch the 2022 MLB All-Star Game can find it on Fox in the U.S., and SN in Canada. This will be the 23rd time Fox hosts the Midsummer Classic. This year, it will be Joe Davis joining John Smoltz in the Fox booth after Joe Buck left the network to join ESPN. Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci will be the reporters in the dugouts.

There are also streaming options for the All-Star Game, as viewers hoping to watch it online can find it on FOX Sports Live or fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

MLB All-Star Game lineups

AL starters

Batting
Player
Position
Team
1
Shohei Ohtani
DH
Angels
2
Aaron Judge
RF
Yankees
3
Rafael Devers
3B
Red Sox
4
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
1B
Blue Jays
5
Giancarlo Stanton
LF
Yankees
6
Byron Buxton**
CF
Twins
7
Tim Anderson
SS
White Sox
8
Andres Gimenez*
2B
Guardians
9
Alejandro Kirk
C
Blue Jays

*Buxton replaces Mike Trout, who is dealing with an injury.

**Gimenez replaces Jose Altuve, who is dealing with an injury.

AL bench

Position
Player
Team
SP
Nestor Cortes
Yankees
SP
Alek Manoah
Blue Jays
SP
Framber Valdez
Astros
SP
Martin Perez
Rangers
SP
Paul Blackburn
Athletics
SP
Justin Verlander
Astros
SP
Gerrit Cole
Yankees
SP
Shohei Ohtani
Angels
RP
Clay Holmes
Yankees
RP
Emmanuel Clase
Guardians
RP
Gregory Soto
Tigers
RP
Jorge Lopez
Orioles
DH
Yordan Alvarez
Astros
DH
J.D. Martinez*
Red Sox
DH
Miguel Cabrera
Tigers
C
Jose Trevino
Yankees
1B
Ty France*
Mariners
2B
Santiago Espinal
Blue Jays
3B
Jose Ramirez
Guardians
SS
Corey Seager*
Rangers
SS
Xander Bogaerts
Red Sox
OF
George Springer
Blue Jays
OF
Byron Buxton
Twins
OF
Andrew Benintendi
Royals
OF
Kyle Tucker
Astros
OF
Julio Rodriguez
Mariners

*Added as a replacement player.

NL starters

Batting
Player
Position
Team
1
Ronald Acuna Jr.
RF
Braves
2
Mookie Betts
CF
Dodgers
3
Manny Machado
3B
Padres
4
Paul Goldschmidt
1B
Cardinals
5
Trea Turner
SS
Dodgers
6
Willson Contreras
C
Cubs
7
William Contreras*
DH
Braves
8
Joc Pederson
LF
Giants
9
Jeff McNeil**
2B
Mets

*Contreras replaces Bryce Harper, who is injured.

**McNeil replaces Chisholm, who is sidelined with injury.

NL bench

Position
Player
Team
SP
Sandy Alcantara
Marlins
SP
Corbin Burnes
Brewers
SP
Luis Castillo
Reds
SP
Max Fried
Braves
SP
Tony Gonsolin
Dodgers
SP
Joe Musgrove
Padres
SP
Carlos Rodon*
Giants
RP
Edwin Diaz
Mets
RP
Josh Hader
Brewers
RP
Ryan Helsley
Cardinals
RP
David Bednar
Pirates
RP
Joe Mantiply
Diamondbacks
DH
Albert Pujols
Cardinals
DH
Garrett Cooper*
Marlins
C
Travis d’Arnaud
Braves
1B
Pete Alonso
Mets
1B
Freddie Freeman*
Dodgers
1B
C.J. Cron
Rockies
2B
Jake Cronenworth*
Padres
3B
Austin Riley*
Braves
3B
Nolan Arenado
Cardinals
SS
Dansby Swanson
Braves
OF
Kyle Schwarber
Phillies
OF
Juan Soto
Nationals
OF
Starling Marte
Mets
OF
Ian Happ
Cubs

*Added as a replacement player.

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