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.
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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).
Para versión en Español haga click aqui Airing 88 regular season games across ESPN Deportes TV, ESPN Deportes Radio and ESPN Deportes+, including the Home Run Derby and a Wild Card Game The 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) season kicks off on ESPN Deportes with Sunday’s Opening Day game between the St. Louis Cardinals vs. the Pittsburgh … Read More
ESPN’s new Sunday Night Baseball team will debut during the company’s seven-game, two-day season-opening coverage on April 3-4, by calling two games in 24 hours.
Historic Tampa Bay Rays-Cuban National Team Game on ESPN: Highest-Rated MLB Preseason Telecast Since 2004
Tuesday’s historic Major League Baseball exhibition game on ESPN, in which the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Cuban National Team, is the highest-rated MLB preseason telecast – Spring Training or exhibition – on any network since 2004, according to Nielsen.
– Opening Night World Series Rematch on Sunday Night Baseball Season Premiere
– Early-Season Schedule to Include Multiple Appearances by Dodgers, Giants, Mets, Red Sox & Yankees
– Astros, Diamondbacks & Pirates Return to Sundays
– Stars on New Teams; David Ortiz’s Final Season to be Documented
ESPN will televise seven 2016 MLB Opening Day Games during the first two days of the regular season, highlighted by an exclusive national presentation of the New York Mets at the Kansas City Royals in a World Series rematch on Sunday Night Baseball, Apr. 3, at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.
All Postseason Games Available on ESPN Radio, ESPNRadio.com, via the ESPN app, SiriusXM, iTunes Radio, Slacker Radio and TuneIn ESPN Radio will continue its 18th consecutive Major League Baseball postseason with the American League and National League Division Series beginning today, Oct. 8, with Game 1 of the American League Division Series (ALDS) between the … Read More
ESPN’s American League Wild Card Game telecast presented by Hankook Tires – the Houston Astros defeated the New York Yankees 3-0 – delivered the largest MLB Wild Card Game audience ever, according to Fast Nationals from Nielsen. The telecast averaged 7,604,000 viewers (P2+), and peaked with 8,600,000 viewers from 10:30-11 p.m. ET. It was ESPN’s most-watched MLB game since 2003.
ESPN’s American League Wild Card telecast presented by Hankook Tires– the Houston Astros defeated the New York Yankees 3-0 – delivered a 5.7 overnight rating, making it the highest-rated MLB Wild Card Game ever and the highest-rated MLB game on ESPN in 12 years. Additionally, it generated the largest audience for an MLB game ever on WatchESPN…
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