The defending World Series Champion Houston Astros and Kyle Tucker host the New York Yankees and Aaron Judge on the September 3 edition of Sunday Night Baseball exclusively on ESPN at 7 p.m. ET.
The 2023 edition of the Little League Baseball World Series Presented By T-Mobile from Williamsport, Pa. was the most-watched on ESPN platforms since 2015, according to Nielsen. The 38-game slate averaged 1,081,000 viewers, up 22 percent from last year, and was also up double-digits in all key demos, including M18-34, M18-49, M25-54, P18-34, P18-49 and P25-54.
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The San Francisco Giants 8-5 victory over the Atlanta Braves on the August 27 edition of ESPN Sunday Night Baseball Presented By Casamigos Tequila delivered an average audience of 1,717,000 viewers, across ESPN and ESPN2 (“KayRod Cast”), according to Nielsen. This is up 50 percent from the comparable game last year (Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres).
The San Francisco Giants and J.D. Davis will host the Colorado Rockies and Charlie Blackmon on the September 10 edition of ESPN Sunday Night Baseball Presented By Casamigos Tequila. The broadcast will begin at a special start time of 8 p.m. ET.
Paul DeJong is next on the mic for an in-game conversation with ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball team
KayRod Cast with Alex Rodriguez and Michael Kay to Welcome Variety of Special Guests Throughout Atlanta Braves vs. San Francisco Giants
ESPN closes out its coverage of the 2023 Little League World Series this Sunday with two games.
The San Francisco Giants and Wilmer Flores host the Atlanta Braves and Ronald Acuña Jr., who enter action with the best record in baseball.
ESPN’s KidsCast “Kids Cast” with Zach Brody, Owen Heffron and Pepper Persley will feature a variety of special guests throughout the 2023 Little League Classic.
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Bryce Harper, Nick Castellanos and Lane Thomas are next on the mic for in-game conversations with ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball team, Plus Josiah Gray joins the booth