National League All-Star starting pitcher Johnny Cueto, of the San Francisco Giants, speaks at a press conference Monday, July 11, 2016 in San Diego. (John Gastaldo/The San Diego Union-Tribune via AP)
A look at the 87th Major League Baseball All-Star Game on Tuesday at Petco Park in San Diego:
FIRST PITCH: 8:16 p.m. EDT.
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RADIO: ESPN Radio, ESPN Radio Deportes.
SERIES: National League leads 43-41, with two ties
AT STAKE: The league that wins gets home-field advantage in the World Series.
STARTING PITCHERS: Chicago White Sox lefty Chris Sale (14-3, 3.38 ERA) for the AL vs. San Francisco Giants righty Johnny Cueto (13-1, 2.47 ERA) for the NL.
AL: Houston 2B Jose Altuve, Angels CF Mike Trout, Baltimore 3B Manny Machado, Boston DH David Ortiz, Boston SS Xander Bogaerts, Kansas City 1B Eric Hosmer, Boston RF Mookie Betts, Kansas City C Salvador Perez, Boston LF Jackie Bradley Jr.
NL: Cubs 2B Ben Zobrist, Washington RF Bryce Harper, Cubs 3B Kris Bryant, San Diego DH Wil Myers, San Francisco C Buster Posey, Chicago 1B Anthony Rizzo, Miami CF Marcell Ozuna, Colorado LF Carlos Gonzalez, Cubs SS Addison Russell.
MANAGERS: Ned Yost of Kansas City (AL), Terry Collins of the New York Mets (NL).
NOTES: The AL is the home team, even though the game is being played at Petco Park in San Diego. The switch was made because this is the second straight year of at least four in a row the NL hosts the All-Stars. Because of AL rules, there is a designated hitter. … The AL plans to pitch Corey Kluber, Cole Hamels, Aaron Sanchez and Jose Quintana after Sale. The NL hasn't announced its order after Cueto. … The AL holds a 10-3 edge since the All-Star Game has determined home-field advantage in the World Series.