Wednesday’s games include one from the series between the current leaders of the NL Central and NL West, as the Arizona Diamondbacks are in Miwaukee playing the Brewers.
The Houston Astros are in interleague play against the San Francisco Giants and Wednesday’s game should see an excellent pitching match-up with Jeff Samardzija and Justin Verlander the probable pitchers.
There are two games on BT Sport on Thursday, as the Pirates and Reds get things going from 17.35 on the ESPN channel before the Mariners and A’s start on BT Sport1 from 20.35.
Friday offers us a Cubs home game and the second opportunity to catch the Giants in early action.
All times are in BST.
Monday 21 May
No early games
Tuesday 22 May
No early games
Wednesday 23 May
18:10 D-backs at Brewers (Godley (4-3), TBD)
18:10 Tigers at Twins (Fulmer (1-3), Gibson (1-2))
18:15 Royals at Cardinals (Junis (5-3), Wacha (5-1))
19:10 Giants at Astros (Samardzija (1-2), Verlander (5-2)) *BT Sport/ESPN
21:05 Padres at Nationals (Ross (3-3), TBD)
Thursday 24 May
17:35 Pirates at Reds (Nova (2-4), TBD) *BT Sport/ESPN
17:37 Angels at Blue Jays (Tropeano (1-3), Estrada (2-4)) *Facebook Game
19:10 Orioles at White Sox (Bundy (2-6), Giolito (3-4))
20:35 Mariners at Athletics (Hernandez (5-3), TBD) *BT Sport1
23:10 Astros at Indians (TBD, Clevinger (3-1))
Friday 25 May
19:20 Giants at Cubs (TBD, TBD). *BT Sport/ESPN
All of these games are available to watch or listen to live via an MLB.TV subscription, other than the Facebook live game which is exclusive (but free) to Facebook subscribers. TV coverage of MLB in the UK comes courtesy of the BT Sport channels and these are highlighted above, as are any games that are available to view online for free via MLB.com. The above list of games just shows those starting before midnight UK time. The full schedule of MLB games can be found on MLB.com