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MLB All-Star Game Betting History: AL Has Been Dominant

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s (right) American League All-Star team has won seven in a row in the MLB All-Star Game Betting History.

Major League Baseball’s best players are about to come together for the first time since 2019 to compete in the annual all-star game – of course, the 2020 ASG was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When the American League and National League collide on July 13 at Coors Field, the AL will be vying for its eighth straight win. 

Online sportsbook Bovada has listed the National League as a slight -115 favorite for this year’s edition; looking at the MLB All-Star Game betting history, it is the first time that the American League (-105) has been an underdog since 2017.

Also, for a full MLB All-Star Game betting preview, we have you covered as well with a betting pick included.

MLB All-Star Game Betting History

The total for this year’s Midsummer Classic is set at 10.5 runs, which matches the total for the 2019 game that went UNDER. The OVER is paying -120 while the UNDER is coming in at +100 and could be a good wager. A quick look at our MLB All-Star Game betting history below shows the UNDER has been a red-hot bet, with the OVER/UNDER record coming in at 2-11-1 in the last 14 games.

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Not only has the AL won seven in a row, but the domination goes back further, with the junior circuit winning 25 of the last 32 meetings. While it is definitely enticing to bet on the NL squad led by young superstar Fernando Tatis Jr., it’s hard to fade the AL as an underdog bet with its tremendous track record. For the up-to-date MLB All-Star Game betting line, our MLB odds page has you covered.

Here’s a look at the recent MLB All-Star Game results:

DateAL ScoreNL ScoreAL LineNL LineO/ULocation
July 13, 202152-105-11510.5Coors Field, Colorado
July 9, 201943-112-1038.5Progressive Field, Cleveland
July 17, 201886-130+1107Nationals Park, Washington
July 11, 201721-105-1159Marlins Park, Miami
July 12, 201642-105-1157.5Petco Park, San Diego
July 14, 201563+111-1217Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati
July 15, 201453-105-1058Target Field, Minnesota
July 16, 201330+100-1108Citi Field, New York
July 10, 201208-122+1128.5Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City
July 12, 201115-105-1158.5Chase Field, Phoenix
July 13, 201013-120+1008.5Angel Stadium, Anaheim
July 14, 200943-115-1058.5Busch Stadium, St. Louis
July 15, 200843-130+11010Yankee Stadium, New York
July 10, 200754-125+11510AT&T Park, San Francisco
July 11, 200632-140+13010PNC Park, Pittsburgh