MLB All Star Game Tickets
MLB All-Star Game Ticket Information
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Other 2016 MLB All-Star Weekend Events
MLB Home Run Derby Tickets - Get ready for the greatest show in baseball. With the game's best power hitters lined up, the Home Run Derby will continue to thrill fans just as it has been doing for years.
MLB Futures and Legends Game Tickets - Catch the stars of tomorrow by securing seats for this showcase of minor league talent.
MLB All-Star FanFest - Enjoy various attractions and live entertainment including autograph sessions, souvenirs, memorabilia, and more during this all ages event.
MLB All Star Game News
PETCO Park Wins Bid to Host 2016 MLB All-Star Game
For the first time since 2007, the National League will pull consecutive Midsummer Classic hosting duties when PETCO Park, home of the San Diego Padres, puts on the 2016 MLB All-Star Game on July 12. The stint will come just one year after Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park hosted for the first time ever. Camden Yards in Baltimore was originally pegged as the 2016 frontrunner since it would have been the American League’s turn to host, but outgoing Commissioner Bud Selig instead opted to choose based on the best pitch from each venue. Consequently, the National League will compete as the visiting team when it looks to snap the American League’s three-year winning streak.
San Diego has hosted the MLB All-Star Game twice previously in 1992 and 1978, but 2016 will mark the first time ever at PETCO Park. Looking ahead to future MLB All-Star Games, Miami and Washington D.C., are considered strong possibilities for 2017, though it’s possible new Commissioner Rob Manfred will look to give an American League city the chance to host regardless of strength of bids.