2023 MLB All-Star Game Odds & Betting Preview


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The MLB All-Star Game comes our way on Tuesday night at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington. Often referred to as the “Midsummer Classic,” the game serves as both the midway point of the regular season and a showcase for the game’s top stars. 

Among the star attractions are the top overall vote-getters from the two leagues: Shohei Ohtani on the AL side, and the NL’s Ronald Acuna Jr. Here’s a complete look at the 2023 MLB All-Star Game odds and latest betting lines at legal online sportsbooks. 

MLB All-Star Game odds

The below table has the latest MLB betting odds for the 2023 MLB All-Star Game at legal online sportsbooks. If you see a bet that you want to place, just click on the odds to get started. 

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MLB All-Star Game Props 2023

Beyond betting on the main pregame betting lines, legal online sportsbooks have dozens of All-Star Game props for bettors to choose from, including a team to be shut out or a Grand Slam home run being hit. For example, Caesars Sportsbook has a number of game-specific markets to consider. 

Will there be a run in the first inning?Yes: +115No: -145
Will any player hit a Grand Slam home run?Yes: +1200No: -3000
Will either side have a shutout through nine innings?AL: +700NL: +900
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At BetMGM Sportsbook, there are several different options available, including how the starters will fare in their first plate appearance. Here are the current lines for the top two vote-getters on their first turn at bat. 

1st Plate AppearanceRonald Acuna Jr. Shohei Ohtani
Walk/Hit By Pitch+600+575
Strikeout+400+230
Single+400+600
Extra Base Hit (Double, Triple, or Home Run)+800+600
Other+100+145
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American League All-Star Game Starters

The surprising Texas Rangers, current leaders of the AL West, lead the way for the AL side with five starters on Tuesday night. 

PositionPlayerTeam
CJonah HeimTexas Rangers
1BYandy DiazTampa Bay Rays
2BMarcus SemienTexas Rangers
SSCorey SeagerTexas Rangers
3BJosh JungTexas Rangers
OFAustin HaysBaltimore Orioles
OFRandy ArozarenaTampa Bay Rays
OFAdolis GarciaTexas Rangers
DHShohei OhtaniLos Angeles Angels

The Rangers top the charts in the AL with six representatives being sent to the game. Trout leads the way in the number of All-Star Game appearances with 11, but he is out for the game with an injury. Notable names among the reserves include Vladimir Guerrero Jr

Ohtani was also given the nod as a pitcher as his fantastic season for the ages continues. Joining him on the mound will be pitchers including Gerrit Cole, making his sixth trip to the game, and Jordan Romano, the AL leader in saves. Starting the game will be Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole.

National League All-Star Game Starters

The Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers, current leaders of the NL East and NL West, respectively, form the bulk of the NL lineup with three starters each. 

PositionPlayerTeam
CSean MurphyAtlanta Braves
1BFreddie FreemanLos Angeles Dodgers
2BLuis ArraezMiami Marlins
SSOrlando ArciaAtlanta Braves
3BNolan ArenadoSt. Louis Cardinals
OFRonald Acuna Jr.Atlanta Braves
OFMookie BettsLos Angeles Dodgers
OFCorbin CarrollArizona Diamondbacks
DHJ.D. MartinezLos Angeles Dodgers

The Braves lead the way with eight players on the NL roster, including the team’s entire starting infield. Of the position players, Arenado leads the way in appearances as this will be his eighth Midsummer Classic

On the mound, headliners include Clayton Kershaw, who will be appearing in his 10th All-Star Game, Camilo Doval, the current NL leader in saves with 26, and Justin Steele, who is among the leaders in ERA at 2.56. Zac Gallen of the Arizona Cardinals will get the start for the NL.

Recent All-Star Game History

The MLB All-Star Game first took place in 1933. Since that point, the AL holds a 47-43-2 lead over the first 92 editions. Recently, it hasn’t been close as the NL enters this tilt looking to snap a lengthy losing streak. Here’s a look back at the last 10 results. 

SeasonWinnerFinal ScoreMVP
2022American3-2Giancarlo Stanton, NYY
2021American5-2Vladimir Guerrero Jr., TOR
2019American4-3Shane Bieber, CLE
2018American8-6 (10 innings)Alex Bregman, Hou
2017American2-1 (10 innings)Robinson Cano, SEA
2016American4-2Eric Hosmer, KC
2015American6-3Mike Trout, LAA
2014American5-3Mike Trout, LAA
2013American3-0Mariano Rivera, NYY
2012National8-0Melky Cabrera, SF

*No All-Star Game was held for the 2020 MLB season.