The MLB All-Star Game will be on full showcase Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium.

The host Dodgers will have six players on the National League dynamic program.

Fox will broadcast the 92nd All-Star Game, with the game transmission starting at 5 p.m. PT.

Joe Davis will be on in depth, joined by the natural group of expert John Smoltz in addition to journalists Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci.

There will likewise be a pregame show on Fox starting at 4 p.m. PT, moored by Kevin Burkhardt, close by examiners David Ortiz, Alex Rodriguez, and Frank Thomas.

Fox Deportes has a Spanish-language broadcast helmed by Adrian Garcia Marquez alongside Carlos Alvarez, Jaime Motta and Edgar Gonzalez.

The American League has won the last eight All-Star Games, and is 46-43-2 all-time against the NL and 20-3-1 throughout recent years

The NL has the two longest success streaks in All-Star history, winning 11 directly from 1972-82, and eight directly from 1963-70.