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ESPN has added three marquee National League matchups to its Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell schedule in the month of June. On June 5, the current NL West-leading San Francisco Giants will visit the St. Louis Cardinals. On June 19, the NL Central-leading Chicago Cubs will host the Pittsburgh Pirates, and on June 26, the Pirates will host the Los Angeles Dodgers. Sunday Night Baseball telecasts begin at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.
Recording Artists Alexis & Fido Deliver ‘Si No Tiene El Swing’ to ESPN’s MLB Coverage / Cantantes Alexis & Fido graban ‘Si No Tiene El Swing’ para la cobertura de ESPN y ESPN Deportes del Béisbol de las Grandes Ligas
ESPN has teamed up with popular Reggaeton recording artists Alexis & Fido for a special musical collaboration during the 2016 Major League Baseball season. Alexis & Fido’s song ‘Si No Tiene El Swing’ will be incorporated into various ESPN MLB production elements, beginning tonight, Monday, May 9, as part of ESPN’s Monday Night Baseball Global Game telecast: Washington Nationals vs. Detroit Tigers (7 p.m. ET).
ESPN’s Global Game series, which celebrates various cultural influences on the game of baseball, returns Monday, May 9 with a special episode of Monday Night Baseball presented by USAA: Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers take on Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. The May 9 Global Game theme will be Venezuela.
Former Major League Baseball All-Star Raúl Ibañez has joined ESPN as a baseball analyst. In this new, multi-year agreement, Ibañez will primarily provide commentary for Baseball Tonight on ESPN. He will also serve as an analyst for select games.
ESPN Launches 1927: The Diary of Myles Thomas, Groundbreaking Retelling of the 1927 New York Yankees through New Genre of Real-Time Historical Fiction
ESPN announced today the debut of 1927: The Diary of Myles Thomas, an ambitious, season-long, real-time historical fiction project, examining America at the peak of the Jazz Age and the Roaring 20’s through the fictionalized diary of one player on the 1927 New York Yankees.