The 86th MLB All-Star Game will be televised by FOX on Tuesday night, with National League All-Stars and American League All-Stars facing off at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.
FOX's coverage will begin with MLB Whiparound at 6 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1, with host Kevin Burkhardt joined by analysts Frank Thomas and Pete Rose.
Rose -- banned from baseball for life for gambling while managing the Reds -- will be allowed to take part in pregame ceremonies on the field in Cincinnati, where he played 19 of his 24 major league seasons.
"He will say how he feels, understands the game better than most anybody I’ve ever come across and is willing to say things that others aren’t willing to say. And that’s what makes a great analyst," Joe Buck said of Rose. "When Pete did his audition, you could hear a pin drop in the room because everyone wanted to hear what he had to say. And that’s how I’m going to be when I’m in the booth and they are doing pregame.
"I’m going to want to hear what Pete has to say, and that relevance and importance is everything in today’s television industry."
Burkhardt, Thomas and Rose will shift to FOX for the pregame show, with game coverage beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Buck will be the play-by-play man for a record 17th MLB All-Star Game, joined in the booth by analysts Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci. Reporters Ken Rosenthal and Erin Andrews will provide in-game interviews from each dugout during the broadcast.
The telecast will be available online as well in both English and Spanish using Fox Sports Go.
The NL leads the AL 43-40-2 all-time, but the AL has won the last two All-Star Games and is 14-3-1 over the last 18 years.
All-Star broadcast info
Location: Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati
Time: 7 p.m. ET (pregame)
Game: 7:30 p.m.
Online: Fox Sports Go
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