MLB All-Star Game 2019: Start time, TV channel, full rosters for AL and NL teams

first_imgNational League pitchersPos.PlayerTeamSPLuis CastilloRedsSPSandy AlcantaraMarlinsSPSonny Gray*RedsSPHyun-Jin RyuDodgersSPBrandon Woodruff*BrewersSPMike SorokaBravesSPWalker BuehlerDodgersSPClayton KershawDodgersSPJacob deGromMetsRPFelipe Vazquez*PiratesRPKirby YatesPadresRPWill SmithGiants* Max Scherzer was replaced because of a pitching schedule conflict. Josh Hader was replaced because of injury. Zack Greinke was replaced because of a personal matter.2019 MLB Home Run Derby resultsMets rookie Pete Alonso took home the 2019 Home Run Derby honors, ousting fellow rookie sensation Vlad Guerrero Jr. Alonso launched 23 bombs in the final round to win.It was one of the most entertaining nights in Home Run Derby history. In the second round, Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson and Guerrero Jr. combined for 79 bombs that needed two, three-swing playoffs to decide. The 2019 MLB All-Star Game rosters reflect not only the emergent players from the first half of the season, but also the teams on the rise. Of the 17 announced starters, only one played for an organization below .500 at the time.Mike Trout, the lone exception, is part of an Angels squad still hovering around the edge of AL wild-card contention. He’s also perhaps baseball’s best player and a mainstay in All-Star lineups. He has already clubbed 26 home runs this campaign. Watch the MLB All-Star Game live or on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Much like the last time Cleveland-hosted All-Star Game in 1997, when young players such as Nomar Garciaparra and Mariano Rivera participated, the 2019 event will introduce an array of faces that will be new to casual fans nationwide. Ronald Acuña Jr. and Matt Chapman are among those making their first appearances in the Midsummer Classic.MLB All-Star rosters | Futures Game roster | Celebrity softball rosterHere are the best ways to follow the action, as well as a list of players for each team:How to watch MLB All-Star Game 2019: Schedule, TV start timeTime: 7:30 p.m. ETTV channel: FoxLocation: Progressive Field in Cleveland, OhioLive stream: Fox Sports Go | fuboTV (7-day free trial)The All-Star Game is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 9. It will be televised to a national U.S. audience on Fox, which is using a four-man broadcast team of Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci.The game is also being streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.With a victory, the National League would draw level with the American League for all-time wins in the exhibition at 44.2019 All-Star Game startersAmerican League lineupPos.PlayerTeamSPJustin VerlanderAstrosCGary SanchezYankees1BCarlos SantanaIndians2BDJ LeMahieuYankeesSSJorge PolancoTwins3BAlex BregmanAstrosOFMike TroutAngelsOFGeorge SpringerAstrosOFMichael BrantleyAstrosDHJ.D. MartinezRed SoxNational League lineupPos.PlayerTeamSPHyun-Jin RyuDodgersCWillson ContrerasCubs1BFreddie FreemanBraves2BKetel MarteDiamondbacksSSJavier BaezCubs3BNolan ArenadoRockiesOFChristian YelichBrewersOFRonald Acuna Jr.BravesOFCody BellingerDodgersDHJosh BellPiratesFull list of All-Star Game reservesAmerican League benchPos.PlayerTeamCJames McCannWhite SoxIFMatt ChapmanA’sIFGleyber Torres**YankeesIFJose AbreuWhite SoxIFFrancisco LindorIndiansIFXander Bogaerts*Red SoxIFDaniel VogelbachMarinersOFMookie BettsRed SoxOFAustin MeadowsRaysOFWhit MerrifieldRoyalsOFJoey GalloRangers* Tommy La Stella and Hunter Pence were replaced because of injury.** Brandon Lowe, who replaced La Stella, was injured and in turn replaced by Gleyber Torres.American League pitchersPos.PlayerTeamSPJohn MeansOriolesSPMasahiro Tanaka*YankeesSPJose Berrios*TwinsSPLiam Hendriks*A’sSPLucas GiolitoWhite SoxSPShane Bieber*IndiansSPJustin VerlanderAstrosSPGerrit ColeAstrosRPRyan PresslyAstrosRPShane GreeneTigersRPBrad HandIndiansRPAroldis ChapmanYankees* Jake Odorizzi and Marcus Stroman were replaced because of injury. Charlie Morton and Mike Minor were replaced because of pitching schedule conflicts.National League benchPos.PlayerTeamCJ.T. RealmutoPhilliesCYasmani GrandalBrewersIFPete AlonsoMetsIFJosh BellPiratesIFPaul DeJongCardinalsIFMax Muncy*DodgersIFTrevor StoryRockiesIFKris BryantCubsIFMike MoustakasBrewersOFJeff McNeilMetsOFDavid DahlRockiesOFCharlie BlackmonRockies* Anthony Rendon was replaced because of injury.last_img read more

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James Berry Quirk, 82, Oxford: Nov. 29, 1931 – Dec. 30, 2013

first_imgJames Barry Quirk, age 82, died Monday, December 30, 2013 at Riverview Manor Nursing Home in Oxford, KS.  He was a retired Major in the United States Air Force.James Barry Quirk was born on November 29, 1931 in Cincinnati, Ohio to Thomas Walter Quirk and Edna Ethel (Quisenberry) Quirk.  He graduated from Evanston High School in Evanston, IL in 1949.  He joined the United States Air Force in June of 1954.Barry married Eleanor Ann (Bartelson) Fultz on October 12, 1968 in Newkirk, OK.  She preceded him in death in December of 2004.He enjoyed music, playing the piano, reading, crossword puzzles, watching television, and visiting with family.He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Ann; two brothers, John Quirk and Thomas Quirk.Survivors include his sisters-in-law, Christine Quirk of Wilton Manors, FL, Janie Wilson and Claudine Bartelson both of Wellington, KS; and several nieces and nephews.Memorial Services will be held at Frank Funeral Home on January 11, 2014, at 2:00 P.M.   Pastor Danny Ginn will officiate.  Interment will follow the service at Prairie Lawn Cemetery.There will be no visitation as cremation has taken place.A memorial has been established with the Avenue of Flags.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more

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