Maybe you can't watch the All-Star Game on the television in your living room on Tuesday. You don't have to worry about that like you did in the past, as, for the first time, you can now stream the All-Star Game live through MLB.tv so long as you have a premium subscription.
Over 400 MLB.tv-enabled devices will be able to stream the game, giving you the same viewpoint and camera angles as everyone watching the game live on FOX, including your MLB At-Bat app available on Android and Apple devices. Now you don't have to feel bad if you were about to miss Derek Jeter's final All-Star appearance, or if you were just hoping to catch Adam Wainwright face off against Mike Trout.
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The 2014 MLB All-Star Game will begin broadcasting at 7:30 p.m. eastern, with the game's start coming at 8 p.m. The aforementioned Wainwright will take on the Mariners' Felix Hernandez to start the midsummer classic.