The University of North Carolina recently released ‘Mountain Merit’, a blight resistant tomato, a determinate large-fruited F1 hybrid that shows resistance to late blight.
According to the article, it is also resistant to fusarium wilt, verticillium wilt, root-knot nematodes, and tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV). Almost any and all major diseases. Note this is “resistant” which doesn’t mean it won’t get it, it simply means it will fight it off better than other varieties.
Average weight is just over 8 ounces.
It should appear in specialty or good seed catalogs this spring.
I note your best bet is still to stake tomatoes and keep the lower leaves as dry as possible without overhead irrigation (use drip instead). The lack of splashing, and clean problem-free seed will see you through with this disease. There are other options and I’ll have an update for you before the next growing season.