- Sport1 is streaming the MLB All-Star Game live and for free.
- A player will make history in the process.
- Unfortunately, German MLB professional Max Kepler is not on the team.
Each year, baseball’s top pros from the American League and National League come together to choose the best of the best in the MLB All-Star Game. The highlight of the season will be broadcast live on free television by Sport1 in Germany. It starts Wednesday evening at 1:30.
This is how you receive sport1 in the live stream
The easiest way to receive sport1 live is to subscribe to one of the following online television services. So not only do you have a full stream, but you’re also watching it legally. We advise against illegal or dubious offers. On the one hand, you may be liable to prosecution, on the other hand, viruses or malware are very often distributed on these streaming portals.
In our “Internet TV” guide, we offer you a comprehensive overview of the best legal Internet TV providers in Germany. You can also find out how individual services performed in our test, which plans are free and who is streaming which channels.
Watch sport1 live online in your browser
All legal sport1 live streams can be found here on this page. Unless otherwise stated, you don’t need to sign up or pay for the stream.
Since all streams run directly in the browser, you can start the stream on a laptop and connect it to the TV. With the appropriate resolution and bandwidth, you get the full picture on your TV. Alternatively, you can also make your TV “smart” and then launch the stream directly on the TV via the built-in browser.
Sport1 reports live from the MLB All-Star Game
The station will be represented by journalist Anna Dollak at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles. Sport1 duo Andreas Thies and Matthias Ondracek commented for those who stayed at home. Unfortunately, German MLB pro Max Kepler has the privilege of making the All-Star Game in 2022. But two of his Minnesota Twins teammates (Byron Buxton and Luis Arraez) are represented on the American League team.
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