MLB All-Star celebrity softball game 2019: Roster boasts famous names, former athletes, J.R. Smith

first_imgMLB All-Star rosters | Futures Game roster | Celebrity softball game rosterWho’s on the 2019 celebrity softball game roster?CelebritiesNameFrom where?Stephanie BeatrizActress (“Brooklyn 99”)Drew CareyTV hostPriah FergusonActress (“Stranger Things”)Max GreenfieldActor (“New Girl”)Jamie FoxxActor/musician/comedianMachine Gun KellyRapperAllie LaForceSports broadcasterJerry LorenzoFashion designerAnthony MackieActor (“Hurt Locker,” Marvel franchise)Dr. OzTV hostDascha PolancoActress (“Orange is the New Black”)QuincyActor (“Star”)Scott RogowskyHost of DAZN’s “ChangeUp”Colton UnderwoodTV persona (“The Bachelor”)Daddy YankeeMusicianFormer MLB playersNameMLB HRsSBsKsJim Thome612192548Ryan Howard382121843Mike Napoli267391468Travis Hafner21311976Kenny Lofton1306221016Carlos Baerga13459580Non-baseball athletesNameFrom where?Jennie FinchU.S. softballTravis KelceNFL (Chiefs)Stipe MiocicMMA fighterMike “The Miz” MizaninWWEJoe ThomasNFL (Browns)Class of his ownNameJ.R. SmithWho’s NOT on the 2019 celebrity softball game roster?These are people with Cleveland ties — sports or otherwise — who would have been fun to see on the field.Cleveland athletesNameCleveland teamSuperpowerRoberto AlomarIndiansGlove of goldAlbert BelleIndiansMammoth home runsLeBron JamesCavaliersMight be SupermanCleveland nativesNameOccupationHalle BerryActressKid CudiMusicianSteve HarveyTV personalityWhen is the MLB All-Star celebrity softball game, and what TV channel is it on?The contest will begin at 5 p.m. ET Sunday, July 7, but won’t be broadcast nationally until Monday, July 8, on ESPN. The TV airing will begin immediately following the Home Run Derby. The 2019 MLB All-Star celebrity softball game will carry a distinct Cleveland flavor, showing off an array of well-know actors and musicians from the area as well as beloved local athletes.Jamie Foxx, Jim Thome and J.R. Smith are among the most famous people who will be present at Progressive Field. The MVP of last year’s celebrity game, WWE wrestler Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, is back to defend his award. MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNWhile the contest will take place Sunday, July 7, it won’t be televised until the following night.Here’s a full look at who made the rosters — and who we wish had participated.last_img

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