Jered Weaver (L), Roy Halladay (R)

After breaking a decade long drought with a win last year, the National League looks to make it two in a row over the American League in the 2011 MLB All-Star Game at Chase Field in Phoenix, AZ tonight.

Television coverage kicks off at 8:00 p.m. and you can watch the game nationally on FOX.  And if you can’t catch the television broadcast, you can always listen to the game on any one of the ESPN Radio affiliates.

Jered Weaver, an All-Star for the second year in a row, will make his first start and appearance in the 2011 MLB All-Star Game. Weaver currently leads the AL in ERA at 1.86 and is 11-4 in 19 starts this year for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Roy Halladay, an eight-time All-Star, will be making his sixth appearance and second start in an All-Star Game. He last started for the American League in 2009. In his five All-Star appearances, Halladay has an 8.64 ERA in 6.2 innings of work. In 19 starts for the Philadelphia Phillies this season, Halladay is 11-4 with a 2.45 ERA.

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Here are tonight’s lineups:

American League National League
1. Curtis Granderson CF 1. Rickie Weeks 2B
2. Asdrubal Cabrera SS 2. Carlos Beltran DH
3. Adrian Gonzalez 1B 3. Matt Kemp CF
4. Jose Bautista RF 4. Prince Fielder 1B
5. Josh Hamilton LF 5. Brian McCann C
6. Adrian Beltre 3B 6. Lance Berkman LF
7. David Ortiz DH 7. Matt Holliday RF
8. Robinson Cano 2B 8. Troy Tulowitzki SS
9. Alex Avila SS 9. Scott Rolen 3B
Jered Weaver SP Roy Halladay SP

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2011 MLB All-Star Game rosters [SOX & Dawgs]

The book on Dick Williams [Chad Finn’s Touching All The Bases]

Lester, Beckett updates [Clubhouse Insider]

Matt Holliday: The one who got away? [Clubhouse Insider]

Lowell Spinners players adjust to life in pros []

Report: Ortiz hoping for a two-year extension []

Big Papi over Ted? Let me explain (more) [ESPN Boston]

Video: Cano or Gonzalez — who would you take? [ESPN Boston]

Selig takes questions from the BBWAA [Extra Bases]

Joe Torre: MLB will rule on Orioles-Red Sox brawl later this week [Extra Bases]

Beckett set for one inning tonight [Extra Bases]

John Kruk on M&M: Why wouldn’t Derek Jeter ‘come out, tip his hat and leave?’ [Full Count]

Boras: Red Sox draftee Bradley preparing to return to school [Full Count]

Red Sox sign second round draft pick Williams Jerez [Full Count]

Jon Lester on The Big Show: ‘Now would be a good time to change’ All-Star Game [Full Count]

Josh Reddick’s Southern Upbringing Helps Red Sox Outfielder Thrive in Scorching Summer Heat []

Vote: How Should Home-Field Advantage in World Series Be Determined? []

Despite Slow Start, Red Sox Fans Give Team High Grades, Praises for First Half Performance []

Pitchers’ nightmare Alex Hassan gets short All-Star break [Projo Sox Blog]

Federowicz taking charge of Portland pitching staff [Projo Sox Blog]

MLB ruling on Sox-O’s brawl to come this week [Projo Sox Blog]

If baseball’s All-Star Game matters, then stars should have to play [Providence Journal]

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