ESPN Sunday Night Baseball 2010 schedule

By Ryan

mlb_espn_logoThe 2010 Major League Baseball season starts Sunday, April 4, with the game’s biggest rivals as the 2009 World Series champion New York Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox in Fenway Park at 8pm ET on ESPN2. The release from ESPN and the Sunday Night Baseball schedule through mid July:

ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball Features Star-Studded Early Season Schedule

Three Appearances by Yankees and Phillies

ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball – the exclusive, national game of the week –
will showcase a star-studded early season schedule, including three
appearances by the World Champion New York Yankees and National League
Champion Philadelphia Phillies.  The Sunday Night Baseball lineup will also
include multiple appearances by the Atlanta Braves, Boston Red Sox, Chicago
Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers, New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals.

Major League Baseball’s elite players will also be on display, including the
defending champion New York Yankees’ Derek Jeter, league MVP winners Joe
Mauer (A.L., Minnesota) and Albert Pujols (N.L., St. Louis), the Angels’
Torii Hunter, Atlanta’s Chipper Jones, Boston’s David Ortiz, Philadelphia’s
Chase Utley, the Mets’ David Wright, Milwaukee’s Prince Fielder, and Texas’
Josh Hamilton.

The April and May Sunday Night Baseball schedule follows (all telecasts
begin at 8 p.m. ET, unless noted).  Game selections for the remainder of the
season will be made three weeks (June and July 25) or two weeks (August and
September) in advance.  All Sunday Night Baseball telecasts are also
available in high definition on ESPN HD and via ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes,
ESPN360.com and ESPN Mobile TV.

Date    Teams (8 p.m. ET unless noted)
April 4    Opening Night: New York Yankees at Boston (ESPN2 HD)
April 11    St. Louis at Milwaukee
April 18    New York Mets at St. Louis
April 25    Atlanta at N.Y. Mets
May 2    N.Y. Mets at Philadelphia
May 9    N.Y. Yankees at Boston
May 16    Philadelphia at Milwaukee
May 23    N.Y. Yankees at N.Y. Mets
May 30    Texas at Minnesota (ESPN2 HD)
June 6  Milwaukee at St Louis
June 13  Chicago White Sox at Cubs
June 20  Los Angeles Dodgers at Boston
June 27  New York Yankees at Dodgers
July 4    Kansas City at L.A. Angels
July 11    Chicago Cubs at L.A. Dodgers
July 18    Philadelphia at Chicago Cubs (6 p.m.)
July 25   St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs
Aug. 1  L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco
Aug. 8 Boston at N.Y. Yankees
Aug. 15 Philadelphia Phillies at N.Y. Mets
Aug. 22 L.A. Angels at Minnesota Twins
Aug. 29 Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays
Sept. 5 San Francisco Giants at L.A. Dodgers (ESPN2)
Sept. 12 St. Louis Cardinals at Atlanta Braves
Sept. 19 Detroit Tigers at Chicago White Sox
Sept. 26 Boston Red Sox at N.Y. Yankees

(ESPN announces games after July 18 about two weeks in advance. Check back for updates.)

Spring Training and Opening Day on ESPN

ESPN will televise 10 Spring Training games, each weekday at 1 p.m.,
beginning March 22 through Friday, April 2.  ESPN and ESPN2 will combine to
televise five opening day games Monday, April 5 – St. Louis at Cincinnati at
1 p.m. (ESPN HD), Cleveland at Chicago White Sox at 2 p.m. (ESPN2 HD),
Chicago Cubs at Atlanta at 4 p.m. (ESPN HD), San Francisco at Houston at 7
p.m. (ESPN2 HD), and Minnesota at the L.A. Angels at 10 p.m. (ESPN2 HD).

The 2010 campaign will mark the 21st consecutive season of Major League Baseball on ESPN.  ESPN and ESPN2 will combine to televise 80 regular season games, which will be simulcast on ESPN360.com and ESPN Mobile TV.  For the 13th year, ESPN Radio will provide coverage from Opening Night through the final game of the World Series.

ESPN’s vast MLB offerings include: the exclusive Sunday Night Baseball
franchise; Monday Night Baseball, including up to three co-exists (shown in
local markets) per team; Wednesday Night Baseball; and the acclaimed
Baseball Tonight, the most-viewed destination for MLB highlights, news and
information.  ESPN will also continue to televise the State Farm Home Run
Derby and additional All-Star related events.

14 Comments

  1. my concern is there are not enough astros games on sunday night baseball, guess young talent (Wallace, Sanchez, and johnson not 2 mention myers and happ pitching are one of the reasons the astros should be awarded a couple of games on sunday night baseball.

  2. Several times ESPN has ruined for me what should have been a pleasant Sunday *afternoon* at the ballpark…

  3. Please confirm starting time of game on Sunday Sept. 5th and the teams who will be featured. Thanks. Tom Ryan

  4. Why are there so many National league games over the American it is realy lopsided

  5. Please confirm both the teams and start time for 6/13/10. Thanks in advance for your expedited response.
    MJB

  6. For God’s sake, is this the New York Yankees and Mets network? Six out of the 1st 8 weeks we get one of these two teams? Guess what ESPN there are a wholle bunch of us out here not watching. There are a whole lot of good baseball outside of New York and Massachusetts. This is the worst schedule I have ever seen.

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