Sunday Night Baseball (Sept. 27) Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees at 1 p.m. ET (re-airing at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN)
(ESPN, ESPN HD, ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes, ESPN360.com, ESPN Mobile TV) Commentators: Jon Miller, Joe Morgan, Steve Phillips
Friday Night Baseball (Oct. 2) TBD
(ESPN, ESPN HD, ESPN360.com, ESPN Mobile TV) Commentators: TBD
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Following are highlights from this week’s Major League Baseball coverage on ESPN:
Red Sox at Yankees Sunday at 1 p.m. on ESPN
ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball (Sept. 27) will feature the New York Yankees hosting the Boston Red Sox at a special time, 1 p.m. ET. The game – also available live via ESPN Radio, ESPN360.com and ESPN Mobile TV – will be re-aired at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. Jon Miller calls Sunday Night games with analysts Joe Morgan and Steve Phillips.
This Decade’s Triple Crown Leader: Albert Pujols Baseball Tonight (Sept. 20) included a series of graphics displaying Albert Pujols’ accumulated statistics over the previous decade. Pujols leads all major league players in Triple Crown categories – batting average, home runs and runs batted in.
Swing Technique of Jeter & Pujols in Focus Sunday Night Baseball analyst Joe Morgan discussed the contrasting swings of Derek Jeter and Albert Pujols.
Getting a Grip on Wainwright’s Curve Sunday Night Baseball (Sept. 20) included video of St. Louis starting pitcher Adam Wainwright demonstrating the grip he applies to his signature curveball.
Nothing Rocky in Denver Baseball Tonight analysts Peter Gammons, John Kruk and Dave Winfield discussed the postseason prognosis for the Colorado Rockies, leaders in the N.L. wild card race, and the impact of Jason Giambi.
What Happens in “Kruk’s World” Baseball Tonight’s “Kruk’s World” segment offered some of John Kruk’s unique highlight observations.
ESPN’s 20th Year All-Star Team
ESPN continues to celebrate 20 seasons of MLB coverage with fan voting determining a 20th year All-Star Team. ESPN viewers voted throughout the first half of the season to narrow the list of 10 candidates per position down to three finalists in each category. Last week, fans voted for Ken Griffey, Jr. as center fielder over Ichiro Suzuki and Bernie Williams. This week’s Sunday Night Baseball telecast (Sept. 27) will recap the entire 20th year All-Star team.