We pointed out ESPN’s love for the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox when they announced their Sunday Night Baseball schedule.
So it’s no surprise that the Yankees and Red Sox are featured three times during ESPN’s Spring Training schedule.
The network will televise 10 games starting March 3 with the Detroit Tigers taking on the Atlanta Braves at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
For all you baseball fans on the West Coast expecting to see the Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Angels, Seattle Mariners, Oakland Athletics or the San Francisco Giants, you’re out of luck.
Below is the entire Spring Training schedule:
ESPN’s Spring Training schedule:
|Thu, March 3||1 p.m.||Detroit vs. Atlanta||ESPN|
|Mon, March 14||7 p.m.||N.Y. Yankees vs. Boston||ESPN2^|
|Wed, March 16||1 p.m.||Boston vs. Atlanta||ESPN|
|Mon, March 21||1 p.m.||Boston vs. Philadelphia||ESPN|
|Tue, March 22||1 p.m.||N.Y. Yankees vs. Baltimore||ESPN|
|Wed, March 23||1 p.m.||N.Y. Mets vs. St. Louis||ESPN|
|Thu, March 24||5 p.m.||Chicago White Sox vs. Cubs||ESPN2|
|Fri, March 25||1 p.m.||Atlanta vs. Philadelphia||ESPN|
|Sat, March 26||4 p.m.||Chicago Cubs vs. Texas||ESPN2|
|Tue, March 29||1 p.m.||Detroit vs. N.Y. Yankees||ESPN|
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