'Sunday Night Baseball' lineup unveiled
Sunday Night Baseball Lineup
Texas will make three showings (that we know of) on ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball Presented by Taco Bell" (all games 8 p.m. ET).
|April 8||ChiSox at Rangers|
|April 15||Angels at Yankees|
|April 22||Yankees at Red Sox|
|April 29||Rays at Rangers|
|May 6||Phillies at Nationals|
|May 13||Angels at Rangers|
|May 20||Cardinals at Dodgers|
|May 27||Nationals at Braves|
|June 3-July 1||TBD|
|July 8||Yankees at Red Sox|
|July 15||Cardinals at Reds|
|July 22-Sept. 23||TBD|
In announcing its lineup of games Wednesday, ESPN will kick off another year of Sunday national telecasts with the two-time defending AL champion Texas Rangers hosting the Chicago White Sox on April 8.
The Rangers (also April 29 and May 13) and Yankees (also April 22 and July 8) will appear on Sunday night telecasts on at least three occasions, and teams scheduled twice to date include Boston, St. Louis, Washington and the Angels.
Game selections for the remainder of the season will be made three weeks (all June; July 1, 22 and 29) or two weeks (August and September) in advance.
ESPN also will show the opening-night telecast on April 4 between the Cardinals and Miami at the new Marlins Park.
Former Red Sox manager Terry Francona will debut in the Sunday night booth alongside play-by-play commentator Dan Shulman and analyst Orel Hershiser. Play-by-play man Jon Sciambi and analyst Chris Singleton again will call the games on ESPN Radio.
Sunday Night games also are available via ESPN Deportes, ESPN3 and ESPN Mobile TV.
ESPN Radio also will broadcast a game of the week each Saturday during the regular season.
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