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Eight early games this week

We’re not overly blessed with day games this week, but the eight that are taking place should produce some good action.  San Francisco and Chicago are the main ports of call as we preview the games that will be taking place during the British evening over the working work.  All times are listed in BST. Monday No early games […]

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Live baseball this week

Each Monday throughout the regular season, BaseballGB provides a guide to the best games that British fans can enjoy over the week ahead.  These are the games that take place during the daytime in the States and can therefore be followed live at a convenient evening time for us Brits.  As a reminder, start times are […]

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Game two an hour away

Rich Harden looks to lead the Oakland fightback as the A’s try to split the opening series against Boston in Tokyo this morning.  First pitch is scheduled for 10.05 GMT. I posted about the game yesterday, but not about my personal experience of watching it via MLB.tv.  Like many of you, my excitement quickly turned […]

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Nearly there …

After waiting impatiently for the best part of five months, the regular season is nearly upon us. The A’s-Red Sox game is scheduled to start at 10.05 GMT tomorrow (Tuesday) morning.  It promises to be an amazing occasion with Daisuke Matsuzaka, the prodigal son, pitching for Boston and Joe Blanton on the mound for Oakland.  NASN subscribers […]

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NASN bought by ESPN

I’m sure like me you are growing impatient with the calendar. My thoughts have turned to the glorious day when the MLB marathon starts up again and we can sit down with a beer or two in front of our TV or PC. Part of the British baseball tradition is the annual “will baseball be […]

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NASN signs 5 year deal with MLB

MLB and the North American Sports Network (NASN) issued a joint press release on Monday (March 13th) announcing a five year deal that will give NASN “exclusive rights to televise more than 275 games each season, from Spring Training through the post season and World Series.” Two thoughts will run through the minds of most […]

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