The first place New York Mets and Pete Alonso host the Philadelphia Phillies and Bryce Harper exclusively on ESPN2. Mets star first baseman Pete Alonso on deck as the latest player to be mic’d up for a live, in-game conversation with the Sunday Night Baseball team.
College baseball conference championship week is here with coverage kicking off on Tuesday, May 24 and showcasing more than 200 games across ESPN platforms…
The first place New York Yankees and Aaron Judge host the Chicago White Sox and Tim Anderson on ESPN’s exclusive, national game of the week.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Nolan Arenado host the San Francisco Giants and Mike Yastrzemski on ESPN’s exclusive, national game of the week. Harrison Bader scheduled as the latest player to be mic’d up for a live, in-game conversation with the Sunday Night Baseball team.
ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball viewership is up four percent from the same time last year, according to Nielsen. Through five weeks, ESPN’s exclusive, national MLB game of the week is averaging 1,730,000 viewers. Additionally, this season’s Sunday Night Baseball viewership is up 40 percent from the 2020 full season average.
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The first place Los Angeles Dodgers and Mookie Betts visit the Chicago Cubs and breakout star
Seiya Suzuki, this Mother’s Day on ESPN’s exclusive, national game of the week.
ESPN+ will stream one Major League Baseball game nearly every day in May, with nearly every MLB Club – 27 out of 30 – in action on ESPN+ during May. Appearances include defending World Series Champion Atlanta Braves and expected season contenders including the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Angles, Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers. MLB games on ESPN+ are subject to local blackout restrictions.
The first place New York Mets and Francisco Lindor host the Philadelphia Phillies and Bryce Harper in ESPN’s exclusive, national game of the week.
Longhorn Network, ESPN’s 24-hour network devoted to the University of Texas, will deliver the first look of 2022 edition of Texas football as the Longhorns host their annual Orange-White Spring Game Presented by Living Spaces Saturday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m. CT.
The Philadelphia Phillies and Bryce Harper host the Milwaukee Brewers and Christian Yelich in ESPN’s exclusive, national game of the week