2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

The 2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 89th Major League Baseball All-Star Game. The game was hosted by the Washington Nationals and played at Nationals Park on July 17, 2018.

The host city was announced on April 4, 2015, by Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred; it will be the fifth All-Star Game in Washington, D.C., and the first since 1969, when the second Washington Senators hosted. It is also the first time that the Nationals have hosted the All-Star Game, and the first time that the Nationals franchise has hosted it since 1982, when the franchise played as the Montreal Expos.

"There's no better stage for D.C. to kind of show this new stadium we have, the area surrounding it and this awesome fan base that has grown with us than the All-Star Game . I can't think of a better city to showcase it than this one." - Washington Nationals First Draft Pick Ryan Zimmerman (26 Jul. 2017. Press Conference. Nationals Unveil 2018 All-Star Game Official Logo.)
2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game Logo

2018 All-Star Game Official Logo

2017 | 2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game | 2019

All-Star Game Number

89

Date / Box Score

07-17-2018

Venue (Number of All-Star Games)

Nationals Park (1st)

Hosting City (Number of All-Star Games)
Washington, D.C. (5th)
Ambassadors ( Ambassadors History )
Not Yet Determined

Attendance ( Rank )

43,843

The Star Spangled Banner (Notes)

Not Yet Determined
O' Canada (Notes)
Not Yet Determined

God Bless America (Notes)

Not Yet Determined

1 st Pitch

From

To

James McCloughan

Starting Pitchers

Managers

2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

Line Score | Box Score | Play-by-Play

League

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R
H
E

American

0
1
1
0
0
0
0
3
0
3
8
13
0

National

0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
2
1
6
7
1
Chris Sale
Luis Severino (2 nd )
Blake Snell (3 rd , H)
Joe Jimenez (4 th , H)
Jose Berrios (5 th , H)
Blake Treinen (6 th , H)
Charlie Morton (7 th , BS)
Edwin Diaz (9 th , BS & W)
J.A. Happ (10 th , S)

2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

2018 National League All-Stars

Milwaukee Brewers
1B
All-Star Final Vote
Atlanta Braves
2B
2.
Colorado Rockies
3B
1.
Chicago Cubs
2B
Colorado Rockies
OF
Milwaukee Brewers
OF
9.
Chicago Cubs
C
Arizona Diamondbacks
P
Did Not Pitch
8.
San Francisco Giants
SS
New York Mets
P
Washington Nationals
P
Injured / Did Not Pitch
Atlanta Braves
P
4.
Atlanta Braves
1B
Cincinnati Reds
2B
3.
Arizona Diamondbacks
1B
Arizona Diamondbacks
P
Replaced Lester
Milwaukee Brewers
P
San Diego Padres
P
6.
Washington Nationals
OF
Los Angeles Dodgers
P
Did Not Pitch
Milwaukee Brewers
P
Replaced Doolittle
5.
Los Angeles Dodgers
OF
Chicago Cubs
P
Ineligible / Recent Start
7.
Atlanta Braves
OF
St. Louis Cardinals
P
Ineligible / Recent Start
St. Louis Cardinals
C
Replaced Posey
Philadelphia Philles
P
San Francisco Giants
C
Injured / Did Not Play
Miami Marlins
C
Washington Nationals
P
Starting Pitcher
Colorado Rockies
SS
Los Angeles Dodgers
P
Replaced Mikolas
Cincinnati Reds
3B
Pittsburgh Pirates
P
Cincinnati Reds
1B
Milwaukee Brewers
OF
2018 National League All-Star Official Roster | Bold = Fan-Elected Starter

2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

2018 American League All-Stars

8.
Chicago White Sox
1B
2.
Houston Astros
2B
Cleveland Indians
P
Replaced Verlander / DNP
Minnesota Twins
P
1.
Boston Red Sox
OF
Cleveland Indians
OF
Houston Astros
3B
New York Yankees
P
Injured / Did Not Pitch
Texas Rangers
OF
Houston Astros
P
Did Not Pitch
Seattle Mariners
DH
Seattle Mariners
P
Cleveland Indians
C
Replaced Ramos
Seattle Mariners
OF
Toronto Blue Jays
P
Detroit Tigers
P
6.
New York Yankees
OF
Boston Red Sox
P
Did Not Pitch
Cleveland Indians
P
Injured / Did Not Pitch
Cleveland Indians
SS
Oakland Athletics
2B
Replaced Torres
7.
Baltimore Orioles
SS
4.
Boston Red Sox
DH
Boston Red Sox
1B
Houston Astros
P
Replaced Chapman
9.
Kansas City Royals
C
Replaced Ramos as Starter
5.
Cleveland Indians
3B
Tampa Bay Rays
C
Injured / Did Not Catch
Boston Red Sox
P
Starting Pitcher
Seattle Mariners
SS
All-Star Final Vote
New York Yankees
P
Tampa Bay Rays
P
Replaced Kluber
Houston Astros
OF
New York Yankees
2B
Injured / Did Not Play
Oakland Athletics
P
3.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
OF
Houston Astros
P
Ineligible / Recent Start
2018 American League All-Star Official Roster | Bold = Fan-Elected Starter


The 2018 All-Star Game official logo (pictured above) features the dome of the United States Capitol, fresh off its recently completed restoration project. The three stars on both sides of the Capitol dome represent each baseball division -- the East, Central and West in each league. The single star on both sides of the Major League Baseball logo represent the American and National Leagues.
Did you know that each player on the winning All-Star team in 2017 , received a $20,000 bonus? Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association confirmed and announced a new collective bargaining agreement through the 2021 season that included this incentive, rather than using the home-field advantage method.
The 2018 All-Star rosters were made up of 32 players -- 20 position players and 12 pitchers -- with the Commissioner's Office, not the All-Star managers, making the final few selections for each roster!
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