Game times, ESPN Sunday Night Baseball broadcast schedule announced

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Just a quick heads up: MLB has (finally) announced the start times for each game this coming season except for the very first series of the year. The Yankees schedule and start times are right here. At least four of their first eight games are day games. Neat.

In other news, ESPN announced their Sunday Night Baseball broadcast schedule for the first half. The Yankees will only appear three times — April 13th vs. Red Sox, April 27th vs. Angels, July 13th at Orioles — which is way fewer than usual. I don’t consider that a bad thing. Sunday night games stink; give me day baseball during the weekend. The full Sunday Night schedule is right here.

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Wednesday Night Open Thread
Hal discusses A-Rod for first time since suspension
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/roadgeek Roadgeek Adam

    Well at least Shulman/Kruk/Schilling is better than the day before.

  • Get Phelps Up (looking for a new name)

    So the Yankees season starts with a night game a day after everyone elses? Boooooo.

    The good thing is there’s a good chance I’ll get to go to the home opener for my first ever game at YS3!

  • Laz

    Schedule seems pretty good to me. Has only 9 games of the playing outside of the central or eastern time zone, seems pretty nice. And none of those coming in the 2nd half.

  • Gummy Bear

    Yanks can always be flexed to more Sunday night games after July 20th. Hopefully the “gummies” are flowing and the team is playing well by August.

  • Chris Z

    Thank god, thank god….THANK GOD they don’t have a slew of Sunday night games. I HATE those 8pm games vs Boston. As a “normal” person with a “normal” 9-5 job I can’t go to those games because they don’t end till Monday morning. This makes me oh so happy!!!

  • Kenny

    You and me both. Good riddance to ESPN and its know-it-all voices.