2012 MLB All-Star Game: Lineup, TV Schedule, Streaming And More

The 2012 MLB All-Star Game will take place tonight at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, where the Royals generally play their Major League Baseball over the course of the season. The game will be telecast on FOX and be broadcasted by Joe Buck and Tim McCarver. Coverage of the All-Star Game starts around 7:30 PM PT, 4:30 PM ET. You should also be able to listen to the game on your local ESPN Radio affiliate.

Here is the lineup for the National League, or the conference of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Matt Cain is the starting pitcher, and players like Buster Posey C, Joey Votto 1B, Dan Uggla 2B, Rafael Furcal SS, Pablo Sandoval 3B, Melky Cabrera OF, Carlos Beltran OF and Ryan Braun get to start.

The Diamondbacks have only one representative who might get a chance to pitch on Tuesday night: One Wade Miley. Miley was considered a long reliever going into the season, which makes his inclusion into baseball's signature all-star event all the more intriguing. Miley has come out and become Arizona's most complete pitcher in 2012, as he's posted around a 3.04 ERA with just over 100 innings pitched and a WHIP of 1.02.

For updates and perspective on the Arizona Diamondbacks, please visit AZ Snake Pit. For complete coverage of the All-Star Game and all things MLB, check out Baseball Nation.

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