The American League has dominated the MLB All-Star Game for nearly the past 20 years, but the National League has been given the edge in Tuesday’s contest at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The NL is favored to win the game, as the best players in baseball compete for a chance to have home-field advantage in the 2015 World Series. lists the NL as -120 favorites, while the AL is getting +110 betting odds. The NL will have home-field advantage in Tuesday’s matchup, along with the pitcher (Zack Greinke) and hitter (Bryce Harper) that might be having the best seasons at their respective positions in all of MLB.

Greinke, who has been stellar for the Los Angeles Dodgers from the start of the season, will start the contest on the mound, entering the All-Star Game with a 1.39 ERA, the best mark since 1968. Greinke has not allowed an earned run in his last 35 2/3 innings. Dallas Keuchel of the Houston Astros will take the ball for the AL, having gone 11-4 with a 2.23 ERA in the first half of 2015.

A victory for the NL would end a two-game winning streak for the AL, and put a dent in the league’s dominance over the last 18 years. Since 1997, the AL has lost the All-Star Game just three times, scoring a total of two runs in those defeats.

The stars of Monday’s Home Run Derby will participate in the All-Star Game. After winning the competition, Todd Frazier will start at third base at his home ballpark. Dodgers rookie outfielder Joc Pederson will start in left field for the NL just 24 hours after reaching the finals of his first ever Home Run Derby.

Below is a look at 10 prop bets for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, as well as a few predictions for the contest.

Total number of different players to throw a pitch
Over 19.5 (-130)
Under 19.5 (+110)

Total strikeouts by both teams
Over 16.5 (-110)
Under 16.5 (-110)

Total runs + hits + errors by both teams
Over 24.5 (-110)
Under 24.5 (-110)

Total home runs by both teams
Over 1.5 (+105)
Under 1.5 (-125)

Total number of different players to get a hit
Over 14 (-110)
Under 14 (-110)

More hits + runs
Mike Trout (-120)
Andrew McCutchen (EVEN)

More hits + runs + RBI
Albert Pujols (+110)
Paul Goldschmidt (-130)

More total bases
Adam Jones (-110)
Anthony Rizzo (-110)
More hits + runs
Jose Altuve (-140)
Joc Pederson (+120)

Will Bryce Harper hit a home run?
Yes (+700)
No (-1100)


Final Score: NL over AL, 5-2
MVP: Bryce Harper