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MLB All-Star Game Odds, Picks, Predictions: MLB’s Best Square Off In Seattle

Written by: Jay Sanin
Published July 11, 2023
7 min read
  • Zac Gallen to start for National League
  • Gerrit Cole to start for American League
  • American League has won nine straight All-Star Games

MLB All-Star Game Odds

Odds taken from DraftKings Sportsbook.

TeamRun LineTotalMoneyline
National League-1.5 (+160)
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-110
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American League+1.5 (-190)
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Under 7.5 (-120)
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MLB All-Star Game Picks

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MLB All-Star Game Predictions

The brightest stars in Major League Baseball will face off in the MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday night. 

Going into this contest, the American League has won nine straight All-Star Games, but their lineup may be at a disadvantage to start things off against the National League in this one. With the superior starters in this game, the National League will look to win this event for the first time in just over a decade.

MLB All-Star Game Gerrit Cole

National League Predictions

On paper, the National League has a vastly superior lineup heading into the MLB All-Star Game. With several members of the Atlanta Braves leading this team, including NL MVP favorite Ronald Acuna Jr., there is the potential for this to be the best National League team in a while. But games are not played on paper in baseball, and that group will need to figure out how to put runs on the board early and often to win here.

The National League will send Zac Gallen to the mound to start this contest, as he is the favorite to win the NL Cy Young award going into the All-Star break. Gallen will be joined by the likes of Justin Steele and Corbin Burnes in this game, but he will not be joined by the other top-two favorites for the NL Cy Young. Clayton Kershaw and Spencer Strider will not pitch in this game, though the NL still has plenty of pitching depth.

Offensively, the starting lineup for the National League is simply incredible. Acuna is set to lead off for the NL, while fellow MLB hit king contenders Freddie Freeman and Luis Arraez also lurk in this lineup. With power bats like Mookie Betts and Nolan Arenado in the middle of those hit machines, the NL is well-positioned to score, even against some elite pitching from the American League.

American League Predictions

In looking at the starting lineup for the American League, it is hard not to be a little underwhelmed when compared to the National League roster. Injuries have taken Mike Trout and Aaron Judge out of this lineup, which could make a huge difference in this matchup. But the American League has plenty of great pitching that could keep them in this game as well.

Starting this game on the mound for the American League is Gerrit Cole of the New York Yankees, who has a 9-2 record and a 2.85 ERA for the season. Cole will likely be replaced by Shohei Ohtani in this game, with Nathan Eovaldi also likely to join them as participants on the mound. But the absences of Framber Valdez and Shane McClanahan will likely hurt the AL at some point in this game.

Offensively, the lineup for the American League does feature Ohtani and Randy Arozarena in the starting lineup. But this team will likely do its damage off the bench, with power hitters like Vlad Guerrero Jr. and Luis Robert Jr. ready to do damage. As long as the American League can keep things close going into the middle innings of this game, they have the types of bats who can change this game with a single swing.

How to Watch

  • What: MLB All-Star Game
  • When: Tuesday, July 11, 2023 at 8:00 PM ET
  • Where: T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA
  • How to Watch: FOX
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Jay Sanin is a sports bettor and writer from New York. He has been handicapping since the moment he was old enough to gamble legally, with his specialties being niche sports like the WNBA and XFL. He’s been told he has a voice for radio. He also has a face for radio.

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