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How to watch Ronald Acuña Jr in the Japan All-Star series

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The Japan All-Star series gets underway early Thursday morning.

Divisional Round - Los Angeles Dodgers v Atlanta Braves - Game Three Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images

Ronald Acuña Jr. will represent the Atlanta Braves in the 2018 Japan All-Star series which gets underway early Thursday morning in Tokyo. The series will consist of seven games including an exhibition with games taking place in Tokyo, Hiroshima and Nagoya. MLB Network will provide live coverage of the event as well as re-airs in the evenings.

The full schedule for the event is listed below:

2018 Japan All-Star Series Telecast Schedule (ET)

Date Live Re-Air TV
Date Live Re-Air TV
Thursday, November 8 4:00 AM 8:00 PM MLB Network
Friday, November 9 4:30 AM 8:00 PM MLB Network
Saturday, November 10 4:30 AM 5:00 PM MLB Network
Sunday, November 11 5:00 AM 8:00 PM MLB Network
Tuesday, November 13 4:30 AM 8:00 PM MLB Network
Wednesday, November 14 5:00 AM 8:00 PM MLB Network
Thursday, November 15 4:00 AM 8:00 PM MLB Network

The MLB squad will include four All-Stars and the two frontrunners for the Rookie of the Year award in Acuña and Nationals outfielder Juan Soto. The team will be managed by Marlins manager Don Mattingly.

Here is a look at the complete MLB roster:

Pitchers

Matt Andriese, D-backs
Scott Barlow, Royals
John Brebbia, Cardinals
Junior Guerra, Brewers
Brian Johnson, Red Sox
Kenta Maeda, Dodgers
Chris Martin, Rangers
Collin McHugh, Astros
Daniel Norris, Tigers
Vidal Nuno, Rays
Dan Otero, Indians
Yusmeiro Petit, A’s
Erasmo Ramirez, Mariners
Hector Velazquez, Red Sox
Kirby Yates, Padres

Catchers

Robinson Chirinos, Rangers
Yadier Molina, Cardinals
J.T. Realmuto, Marlins

Infielders

Whit Merrifield, Royals
Amed Rosario, Mets
Carlos Santana Phillies
Eugenio Suarez, Reds
Chris Taylor, Dodgers

Outfielders

Ronald Acuna Jr., Braves
Mitch Haniger, Mariners
Enrique Hernandez, Dodgers
Rhys Hoskins, Phillies
Kevin Pillar, Blue Jays
Juan Soto, Nationals