The All-Star week if officially set to kick off at Dodger Stadium. One of the first big events at Dodger Stadium will take place tonight with the MLB Futures Game. Some of the minor league’s youngest and brightest stars will make their way out west to play in one big game.
If you’re looking to watch the Futures Game live tonight, there’s only one place that you can do it. MLB will have it broadcasted exclusively on Peacock TV, though a replay will be aired on MLB Network tomorrow.
The first pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m. local time in Los Angeles. The broadcast will also feature Scott Braun doing the play-by-play, former MLB player Yonder Alonso, Jim Callis. and A.J. Andrews. Don’t miss out on the stars of tomorrow!
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The Dodgers are hoping that they will have one of their guys on the mound to start the All-Star Game this year. But while many think Tony Goonsolin is deserving of the nod, ESPN’s Jeff Passan isn’t convinced. He spoke last week about why he thought Gonsolin should not get the start.
Even though Justin Turner did not make the All-Star Game this year, there is plenty to like about where he is headed. The Dodgers’ third baseman has really turned a corner in the box lately, and he’s a big part of the reason they’ve won games lately.
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