2022 MLB All-Star Futures Game: Rosters, how to watch info, streaming schedule, and more

The 2022 MLB All-Star Futures Game takes place on Sat. July 16 on Peacock!
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The 2022 MLB All-Star Futures game takes place on Saturday, July 16 as the league’s youngest and brightest stars head to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California. Live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET on Peacock which has been home to an exciting slate of Sunday morning leadoff games this season. See below for the 2022 MLB All-Star Futures game rosters as well as additional information on how to watch/live stream the MLB on Peacock.

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2022 MLB All-Star Futures Game Rosters:

Pitchers:

  • Brayan Bello – Boston Red Sox
  • Taj Bradley – Tampa Bay Rays
  • Hunter Brown  – Houston Astros
  • Ky Bush – Los Angeles Angels
  • Wilmer Flores – Detroit Tigers
  • Jack Letter – Texas Rangers
  • Ken Waldichuk – New York Yankees
  • Yosver Zulueta – Toronto Blue Jays
  • Andrew Abbott – Cincinnati Reds
  • Mike Burrows – Pittsburgh Pirates 
  • Cade Cavalli – Washington Nationals
  • Kyle Harrison – San Francisco Giants
  • Antoine Kelly – Milwaukee Brewers
  • Bobby Miller – Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Erik Miller – Philadelphia Phillies
  • Eury Perez – Miami Marlins
  • Jared Shuster – Atlanta Braves

Catchers:

  • Yainier Diaz – Houston Astrons
  • Dillon Dingler – Detroit Tigers
  • Shea Langeliers – Oakland Athletics
  • Francisco Alvarez – New York Mets
  • Diego Cartaya – Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Henry Davis – Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Logan O’Hoppe – Philadelphia Phillies

Infielders:

  • Darren Baker – Washington Nationals
  • Elly De La Cruz – Cincinatti Reds
  • Ezequiel Tovar – Colorado Rockies
  • Migues Vargas – Los Angeles Dodgers
  • David Villar – San Francisco Giants
  • Jordan Walker – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Masyn Winn – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Gunnar Henderson – Baltimore Orioles
  • Curtis Mead – Tampa Bay Rays
  • Jhonkensy Noel – Cleveland Guardians
  • Nick Pratto – Kansas City Royals
  • Ceddanne Rafaela – Boston Red Sox
  • Spencer Steer – Minnesota Twins
  • Anthony Volpe – New York Yankees

Outfielders:

  • Denzel Clarke – Oakland Athletics
  • Oscar Colas – Chicago White Sox
  • Jasson Dominguez – New York Yankees
  • George Valera – Cleveland Guardians 
  • Matt Wallner – Minnesota Twins
  • Corbin Carroll – Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Jackson Chourio – Milwaukee Brewers
  • Pete Crow-Armstrong – Chicago Cubs
  • Robert Hassell III – San Diego Padres
  • Zac Veen – Colorado Rockies

How to watch the 2022 All-Star Futures Game:

  • When: Saturday, July 16
  • Where: Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA
  • Time: 7:00 p.m. ET (4:00 p.m. PT)
  • Live Stream: Watch live on Peacock

When is the 2022 MLB All-Star Game?

  • When: Tuesday, July 19
  • Where: Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET (4:30 p.m. PT)

When is the 2022 MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game?

  • When: Monday, July 18
  • Where: Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA
  • Time:  10:15 p.m. ET (7:15 p.m. PT.)
  • Live Stream: Watch live on Peacock

Which celebrities are participating in the game?

The 2022 MLB All-Star Celebrity game boasts a star-studded lineup of MLB legends, Olympians, and some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Some of those names include CC Sabathia, a World Series Champion & six-time MLB All-Star, two-time Olympic champion Chloe Kim, Latin-music sensation Bad Bunny, and Mexican-American Comedian Guillermo Rodriguez. Click here to see the full list of participants.


How to watch the MLB on Peacock:                           

Baseball is back and for the first time ever MLB games are coming to Peacock this May, featuring a total of 18 Sunday match ups. Click here to sign up for Peacock and watch MLB games live on Sunday mornings!

In addition to MLB games, Peacock will also feature a new MLB hub which will include access to highlight packages and award-winning documentaries from the MLB Film & Video Archive.

MLB games today: Schedule, start times, matchups, Peacock live stream info for today’s baseball games

Philadelphia Phillies v Pittsburgh Pirates
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The Toronto Blue Jays take on the Pittsburgh Pirates today at 12:00 PM ET on Peacock. See below for additional information on how to watch today’s Blue Jays vs Pirates matchup and the full Sunday schedule of games.

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What MLB games are on today?

(All times are listed as ET)

Blue Jays @ Pirates – 12:05 PM

Athletics @ Orioles – 1:35 PM

Rangers @ Red Sox – 1:35 PM

Marlins @ Braves – 1:35 PM

Rockies @ Reds – 1:40 PM

Royals @ Tigers – 1:40 PM

Nationals @ Mets – 1:40 PM

Yankees @ Rays – 1:40 PM

Twins @ White Sox – 2:10 PM

Cubs @ Cardinals – 2:15 PM

Mariners @ Guardians – 2:40 PM

Phillies @ Giants – 4:05 PM

Astros @ Angels – 4:07 PM

Brewers @ Diamondbacks – 4:10 PM

Padres @ Dodgers – 7:08 PM


How to watch Toronto Blue Jays vs Pittsburgh Pirates:

  • When: Sunday, September 4
  • Where: PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA
  • Time: 12:00 p.m ET (live coverage begins at 11:30)
  • Live Stream: Watch live on Peacock

How to watch the MLB on Peacock:                           

Baseball is back and for the first time ever MLB games are coming to Peacock this May, featuring a total of 18 Sunday match ups. Click here to sign up for Peacock and watch MLB games live on Sunday mornings!

In addition to MLB games, Peacock will also feature a new MLB hub which will include access to highlight packages and award-winning documentaries from the MLB Film & Video Archive.

Toronto Blue Jays vs Pittsburgh Pirates live on Peacock: How to watch, stream, start time, TV channel for MLB Sunday Leadoff game

It's the Toronto Blue Jays vs Pittsburgh Pirates this Sunday on Peacock! Find out how to watch/live stream the game!
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It’s the Toronto Blue Jays vs Pittsburgh Pirates this Sunday, September 4 at 12:00 PM ET on Peacock. 18 MLB games will be featured on the streaming service this season. Live coverage begins at 11:30 a.m ET. See below for additional information on how to watch the game.

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Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays currently sit third in the AL East which puts them in the third and final Wild Card spot if playoffs were to start today. The team has had to overcome a lot of challenges this season so far, including adjusting to interim manager John Schneider, after Toronto parted ways with manager Charlie Montoyo on July 13, but starting pitcher Ross Stripling says that the team has learned to bounce back in spite of adversity.

“I think the word that’s going to follow the 2022 Blue Jays for years to come is ‘streaky,’” Stripling told reporters at MLB.com. “We’ve had more highs and lows this year than any team I’ve been a part of. You won’t see us get too down, because after lows, we’ve had a lot of highs. I think we’re ready to start playing good baseball again.”

Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates sit last in NL Central and have the third worst record in Major League Baseball. The team’s bullpen and rotation have struggled all season long and having a young roster has made it difficult for the Pirates to find their identity. Team General Manager Ben Cherington has made it clear that the Pirates will work to find long-term solutions to these struggles in the offseason.

“We understand going into this offseason that one of the ways going forward is to identify areas of the team where we have maybe what you’d call a black hole, where we’re just not getting enough production from this spot or these spots,” Cherington told reporters at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “That’s on us in baseball operations to find a way to solve that going into next year.”

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How to watch Toronto Blue Jays vs Pittsburgh Pirates:

  • When: Sunday, September 4
  • Where: PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA
  • Time: 12:00 p.m ET (live coverage begins at 11:30)
  • Live Stream: Watch live on Peacock

How to watch the MLB on Peacock:                           

Baseball is back and for the first time ever MLB games are coming to Peacock this May, featuring a total of 18 Sunday match ups. Click here to sign up for Peacock and watch MLB games live on Sunday mornings!

In addition to MLB games, Peacock will also feature a new MLB hub which will include access to highlight packages and award-winning documentaries from the MLB Film & Video Archive.