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MLB All-Star Game Weather Forecast: Swirling Winds Expected at Coors Field (July 13)

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Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images. Pictured: A general view of Coors Field

  • The MLB All-Star Game takes place Tuesday at Coors Field in Denver.
  • The total has gone under the number in 12 of the last 16 contests, so should expect that trend to continue?
  • We review any sharp betting movement below, which includes a look at the weather forecast.

The 2021 MLB All-Star Game is set to start Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. ET (FOX) at Coors Field in Denver.

According to live All-Star Game odds, the National League is a short -117 favorite over the American League, with the over/under sitting at 11.

Fans and analysts are already busy breaking down each team’s lineup, pitchers and available bench players to predict the eventual All-Star Game winner, while savvy bettors are more in the weeds trying to lock down value like any other matchup.

Interestingly, the All-Star Game over/under has already seen some under-the-radar movement that could be for multiple reasons, like money from respected bettors, weather and other things.

With this in mind, let’s take a more detailed look at the All-Star Game weather forecast and how it could affect scoring (and odds movement) at Coors Field.

MLB All-Star Game Weather Forecast

According to the National Weather Service, the latest All-Star Game forecast is calling for 6-9 mph winds in Denver, with gusts up to 15 mph.

Thanks to Sports Insights’ MLB weather data, we know that breezes will be on the lower end of the forecast during the game, with swirling 6-7 mph winds expected at Coors Field.

Because the winds aren’t all that strong and we can’t confidently say they’ll be blowing out toward the outfield with any consistency, it’s tough to pin down the All-Star Game forecast as the reason for the over/under movement.

Our Bet Labs software also reports that 12 of the last 16 MLB All-Star games have landed under the closing total, so don’t be surprised if this total is bought back between now and the first pitch.

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