MLB All-Star Game Weather Forecast for Tuesday: Expect Wind at Dodger Stadium Tonight
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- The MLB All-Star game takes place Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium, and weather could play a factor.
- As is often the case in baseball, wind is the factor to be aware of tonight.
- PJ Walsh breaks down how the wind could impact Tuesday's over/under below.
MLB All-Star Game Odds
|American League Odds||-105|
|National League Odds||-115|
|Date||Tuesday, July 19|
|Time||8 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Tuesday morning
The 2022 MLB All-Star Game takes place Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET at Dodger Stadium.
Because Dodger Stadium is an outdoor venue with no roof and/or dome, tonight’s All-Star Game will be played in the elements, meaning that weather could have a measurable impact.
As is typically the case, wind is the primary weather factor to consider when betting on baseball, specifically the speed and direction of those winds.
According to the latest MLB All-Star Game weather forecast, windy conditions are expected tonight at Dodger Stadium, so bettors should certainly be aware of the forecast detailed below.
MLB All-Star Game Weather Forecast
According to the National Weather Service, it should be all clear, in terms of rain, tonight at Dodger Stadium.
But when it comes to the wind, Sports Insights’ weather data shows this in more detail.
As you can see, 7-9 MPH breezes should blow out toward center field throughout tonight’s All-Star Game. However, those winds appear to slowly calm as the game progresses.
So, what does this mean from a baseball betting standpoint?
Obviously, winds blowing out to center should help scoring, though the All-Star Game over/under has actually dipped from 8 to 7.5 (click here for live MLB odds) as of the time of writing.
Still, if you’re planning on betting whether a run will be scored in the first inning or even a first-five innings total, take into account that the wind is expected to be blowing at its strongest early in tonight’s game.