We can watch the Futures game over at MLB.com. It starts at 4:00 Eastern. I don’t know why Sportsnet doesn’t put it on one of their 42 channels.
Bo Bichette isn’t starting, but I’d expect he’ll be in the game. Vlad Guerrero Jr is starting at DH for the World team.
U.S. Team starting lineup”
1. SS: Nick Gordon, Twins
2. CF: Lewis Brinson, Brewers
3. LF: Derek Fisher, Astros
4. 1B: Rhys Hoskins, Phillies
5. 3B: Nick Senzel, Reds
6. RF: Kyle Tucker, Astros
7. DH: Brian Anderson, Marlins
8. C: Chance Sisco, Orioles
9. 2B: Brendan Rodgers, Rockies
Brent Honeywell, from the Rays system, is the starting pitcher.
World Team starting lineup
1. 2B: Yoan Moncada, White Sox
2. LF: Alex Verdugo, Dodgers
3. SS: Amed Rosario, Mets
4. 3B: Rafael Devers, Red Sox
5. CF: Ronald Acuna, Braves
6. RF: Eloy Jimenez, Cubs
7. DH: Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays
8. 1B: Josh Naylor, Padres
9. C: Francisco Mejia, Indians
Yadier Alvarez, Dodgers gets the start.
And, if you are interested in the rest of the stuff going during the All-Star break:
4 p.m. - MLB Futures Game (MLB Network)
8 p.m. - Home Run Derby (Sportsnet)
10 p.m. - All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game (It doesn’t look like Sportsnet is showing this)
3 p.m. - MLB All-Star Red Carpet show (MLB Network) (doesn’t that sound just terrible)
8 p.m. - 2017 MLB All-Star Game (Sportsnet)