ESPN Sunday Night Baseball 2014 schedule

ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball 2014 schedule begins on March 30 with an opening night game between the L.A. Dodgers and the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.

ESPN’s schedule is loaded up with the usual big-market and marquee teams, with multiple appearances by the Dodgers, Cardinals, Red Sox and Yankees. So we hope you like those teams. Dan Shulman calls the games with analyst John Kruk and reporter Buster Olney. (Curt Schilling, who had been previously added to the Sunday Night Baseball broadcast booth, is undergoing cancer treatments.)

It’s the first year of MLB’s new eight-year, $12.4 billion TV rights deal with partners ESPN, FOX and TBS. ESPN has expanded regular-season coverage, featuring its Sunday Night Baseball franchise, and is back in the postseason with one Wild Card playoff game.

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ESPN Sunday Night Baseball 2014 schedule

All Times Eastern. Additional games will be announced at a later date, usually two weeks in advance. Check back for updates.

March 30: L.A. Dodgers at San Diego Padres, ESPN, 8pm
April 6: San Francisco Giants at L.A. Dodgers, ESPN2, 8pm
April 13: Boston Red Sox at N.Y. Yankees, ESPN, 8pm
April 20: Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox, ESPN, 7pm
April 27: L.A. Angels of Anaheim at N.Y. Yankees, ESPN, 8pm
May 4: St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs, ESPN, 8pm
May 11: St. Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates, ESPN, 8pm
May 18: Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox, ESPN, 8pm
May 25: St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds, ESPN, 8pm
June 1: Pittsburgh Pirates at L.A. Dodgers, ESPN, 8pm
June 8: Boston Red Sox at Detroit Tigers, ESPN, 8pm
June 15: L.A. Angels at Atlanta Braves, ESPN, 8pm
June 22: Texas Rangers at L.A. Angels, ESPN, 8pm
June 29: N.Y. Yankees at Baltimore Orioles, ESPN, 8pm
July 6: Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers, ESPN, 8pm
July 13: N.Y. Yankees at Baltimore Orioles, ESPN, 8pm
July 20: L.A. Dodgers at St. Louis Cardinals, ESPN, 8pm
July 27: L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco Giants, ESPN, 8pm
Aug. 3: N.Y. Yankees at Boston Red Sox, ESPN, 8pm
Aug. 10: Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves, ESPN, 8pm
Aug. 17: Oakland A’s at Atlanta Braves, ESPN, 8pm
Aug. 24: L.A. Angels at Oakland A’s, ESPN, 8pm
Aug. 31: To Be Announced
Sept. 7: San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers, ESPN, 8pm

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3 Comments

  1. What struck me about the Cardinal/Dodgers game coverage on 7/20/2014 was the biased reporting and yapping that took place the whole game. I now know what each Dodger player eats for breakfast and much more info than I cared to learn. The camera seemed fixated on the Dodger bench. Also, whether Kershaw was batting or pitching, all we heard about was his era and anything else the commentary could muster about this pitcher. I know he is good and is amazing to watch. But please, enough already. Both teams are trying to win and making out one or the other as the bad guys doesn’t sell more papers. Nobody is buying papers anymore.

  2. I am trying to watch the Yankee/Red Sox game tonight on ESPN Channel 38 in SF Bay Area. Is there any way you could please “PULL” John Cruck before I go crazy. Even when the Red Sox have bases loaded, no one out, and Cruck has to be mindlessly Babbling about his stupid theories on hitting or Fried Pickles! Lose Him! Now!!!

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