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2011 MLB All-Star Game Festivities: TV Schedule, Betting Odds

After last night’s exciting Home Run Derby that featured some exciting fireworks from New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano and Boston Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, the rest of the All-Stars from the AL and NL are set to take the stage tonight at Chase Field — the home stadium for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

The 82nd MLB All-Star Game officially begins at 7pm CT on FOX. ESPN will also be broadcasting Sportscenter from the All-Star festivities beginning at 5pm CT, and will follow up the FOX broadcast with a Baseball Tonight All-Star Edition after another Sportscenter beginning at 11:30 CT.

Currently the National League is the favorite according to Bodog with a -1.5 Runline and a Moneyline of -115. The American League sits at +1.5 and +105 respectively. The National League won last year’s contest 3-1 and holds a 41-38-2 all-time competitive advantage in the series. The winner plays host to the upcoming World Series, so there’s definitely something to play for.