Network's packed weekend slate: ASGs, Derbies

April 5th, 2020

This weekend is All-Star Weekend on MLB Network.

Throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday, MLB Network is running a slate of All-Star Games and Home Run Derbies from the past decade. Fans at home can tune in to relive some of the most recent Midsummer Classics.

Here is the MLB Network schedule for today, following Saturday's broadcast of each All-Star Game and Home Run Derby from 2011-'13.


2014 Home Run Derby -- 8 a.m. ET
Céspedes defended his title with a dominant showing in the final rounds and became the first player since Ken Griffey Jr. to win back-to-back Home Run Derbies.

2014 All-Star Game -- 10 a.m. ET
Derek Jeter sparked the AL to victory in his final All-Star Game, leading off the game with a double off Adam Wainwright to set up the big hits by Trout and Miguel Cabrera.

2015 Home Run Derby -- 12 p.m. ET
Reds slugger Todd Frazier put on a show for the home crowd at Great American Ball Park, becoming the second player to win a Derby in his own city after Ryne Sandberg in 1990.

2015 All-Star Game -- 2 p.m. ET
Trout's All-Star Game brilliance continued with a leadoff home run off Zack Greinke to open the Midsummer Classic, as the Angels superstar was named the All-Star Game MVP for a second straight year.

2016 Home Run Derby -- 4 p.m. ET
Giancarlo Stanton crushed monster home run after monster home run to demolish the field in the 2016 Derby, including head-to-head wins over the defending champion Frazier and former champion Canó.

2016 All-Star Game -- 6 p.m. ET
Fresh off leading the Royals to the World Series championship in 2015, Kansas City teammates Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez both went deep off the Giants' Johnny Cueto to lead the AL to an All-Star Game win.