MLB this Week: Four days out of five

CovMLBUK2014With just a few weeks of the regular season to go, every day-game is an ever-more precious chance to catch some MLB action at a convenient hour.

There is at least one early game on four of the five working days this week, starting on Monday with two games from the heart of the American League playoff race.

There is an England European Championship qualifier that evening too, of course, although that’s not likely to offer much competition for your attention based on recent form.

After a baseball-free early evening on Tuesday, there are a couple of games on Wednesday including the latest installment in the Braves-National rivalry with Stephen Strasburg currently on schedule to make the start for Washington.

There are four further day-games on Thursday before a bonus game on Friday as the Yankees and Orioles play the opener of a day-night double-header.

All times are in BST.

Monday 8 September

18.05. LA Angels at Cleveland (Weaver – Salazar) *ESPN
21.08. Kansas City at Detroit (Guthrie – Verlander) *BT Sport2

Tuesday 9 September

No early games

Wednesday 10 September

18.35. Baltimore at Boston (Chen – Workman) *BT Sport2
21.05. Atlanta at Washington (Harang – Strasburg) *ESPN

Thursday 11 September

17.05. Minnesota at Cleveland (Nolasco – Kluber) *MLB.com Free Game
17.35. St. Louis at Cincinnati (Lynn – Cueto) *ESPN
19.10. Oakland at Chicago White Sox (Kazmir – Sale)
20.45. Arizona at San Francisco (Delgado – Peavy) *ESPN

Friday 12 September

18.05. NY Yankees at Baltimore (McCarthy – Gausman)

 

All of these games are available to watch live via the MLB.TV subscription at MLB.com. The early games being shown on BT Sport or ESPN are highlighted above. The complete schedule for this week’s MLB games can be found on MLB.com

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