The 2021 MLB All-Star Game is coming to Colorado, an alliance source affirmed Monday night.

Only days after Major League Baseball chose to move the game out of Atlanta, the source says MLB is required to formally declare Tuesday morning that the July 13 game will be moved to Denver’s Coors Field.

“We are excited about the possibility of hosting the All-Star Game and are awaiting MLB’s decision,” Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said in an explanation delivered to The Denver Post on Monday night.

Gov. Jared Polis repeated Hancock’s confident explanations when reached by The Post.

“Like so many Coloradans, I’m excited and hopeful that Major League Baseball makes the best decision and formally chooses to play the 2021 All-Star Game in Denver,” Polis said in a statement. “It would be good for baseball and good for Colorado.”

It’s not known, right now, the number of fans would have the option to go to the All-Star Game. Presently, the Rockies are permitting 42.6% of Coors Field’s standard limit of 50,144 fans in the arena because of the Covid. Colorado state officials have said they hope to turn over dynamic on most COVID-19 general wellbeing limitations to nearby experts in mid-April — a long time before the All-Star Game will occur in July.

The chance of the All-Star Game’s re-visitation of Colorado arose Friday when MLB declared its expectation to move the game in light of another Georgia casting a ballot law that raised worries among common gatherings that it would confine casting a ballot access for minorities. The 2021 MLB draft, another expansion to All-Star Game merriments this year, likewise was moved from Atlanta.

Magistrate Rob Manfred said in an explanation at the time that his choice to move the game from Atlanta was made after conversations with individual major group players as wells as the Players Alliance, an association of Black players that was framed after the demise of George Floyd a year ago in Minnesota.

Manfred said his choice was “the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport.”

After Manfred’s choice, the Atlanta Braves delivered a proclamation.

“The Atlanta Braves are deeply disappointed by the decision of Major League Baseball to move its 2021 All-Star Game.

“This was neither our decision, nor our recommendation and we are saddened that the fans will not be able to see this event in our city. The Braves organization will continue to stress the importance of equal voting opportunities and we had hoped our city could use this event as a platform to enhance the discussion. Our City has always been known as a uniter in divided times and we will miss the opportunity to address issues that are important to our community.

“Unfortunately, businesses, employees and fans in Georgia are the victims of this decision. We will continue to support the community legacy projects which have been planned and are in process.”

The Rockies were a possibility to have the 2022 All-Star Game before the Los Angeles Dodgers won out. The previous spring, authorities from Major League Baseball visited Denver on numerous occasions. Different competitors to have the 2022 Midsummer Classic were the Texas Rangers and the Chicago Cubs.

Denver last facilitated the All-Star Game on July 7, 1998, in Coors Field’s fourth year of presence. A sold-out horde of 51,231 saw the American League beat the National League 13-8.

Seattle’s Ken Griffey Jr., chose for the All-Star Game by gathering the most votes from fans, won a vital Home Run Derby on the day preceding the All-Star Game. He hit 19 homers in each of the, three in the last round to overcome Cleveland’s Jim Thome.

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