The All-Star Game has some interesting prop bets

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The 2015 All-Star Game at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati starts a 6 p.m. on Tuesday. Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke is the starter for the National League team, and Houston Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel is the starter for the American League team.

As per usual, there are a lot of crazy prop bets for the All-Star Game that fans can bet on and make the game more interesting.

A sampling from

Players to throw one pitch

Over 19.5 — 20/27 odds

Under 19.5 — 21/20 odds

Total Strikeouts

Over 16.5 — 20/23 odds

Under 16.5 — 20/23 odds

Total home runs

Over 1.5 — 10/11

Under 1.5 — 5/6

Odds of who scores first

American League — 5/7

National League — 11/10

Odds of one team scoring in the first inning

Yes — 13/10

No — 5/8

Odds of Bryce Harper hitting a home run

Yes — 27/4

No — 1/12

Odds of either team hitting a triple

Yes — 14/5

No — 5/18

Odds of the game going into extra innings

Yes — 13/2

No — 1/11

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