The games include all three from the series at Wrigley Field between the Padres and Cubs, two teams that will hope a run of day games can bring some better form than they have displayed of late.
Once again, there are no early games on Thursday. In fact there are only three games being played at all in MLB that day, predominantly due to three-game series starting on Memorial Day Monday instead of Tuesday as would more often be the case.
All times are in BST.
Monday 28 May
18.10. St. Louis at Atlanta (LynnÂ -Â Hanson)
18.10. Philadelphia at NY Mets (HamelsÂ -Â Niese)
18.10. Washington at Miami (ZimmermannÂ -Â Zambrano)
18.35. Detroit at Boston (FisterÂ -Â Doubront)
18.35. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (ArroyoÂ -Â McDonald)
19.10. Oakland at Minnesota (Blackley -Â Diamond) *MLB.com Free Game of the Day
19.20. San Diego at Chicago Cubs (SuppanÂ -Â Wood)
20.10. Chicago White Sox at Tampa Bay (SaleÂ -Â Moore)
20.10. Houston at Colorado (RodriguezÂ -Â Nicasio)
21.05. Kansas City at Cleveland (AdcockÂ -Â Tomlin)
22.05. Arizona at San Francisco (CahillÂ -Â Zito) *ESPN America
Tuesday 29 May
19.20. San Diego at Chicago Cubs (Stults – Samardzija) *ESPN America
Wednesday 30 May
17.05. Kansas City at Cleveland (ChenÂ -Â Gomez)
18.10. Oakland at Minnesota (RossÂ -Â Liriano)
18.10. Chicago White Sox at Tampa Bay (QuintanaÂ -Â Cobb) *ESPN America
19.20. San Diego at Chicago Cubs (BassÂ -Â Dempster)
Thursday 31 May
No early games
Friday 1 June
No early games.
All of these games are available to watch live via theÂ MLB.TV subscriptionÂ atÂ MLB.com.Â The early games being shown on ESPN America are highlighted above, while the full ESPN/ESPN America schedule can be foundÂ on their website.Â BBC 5 Live Sports Extra can be found on digital radio, digital TV and on the BBC.co.uk website (coverage on the website is only available to UK residents). The complete schedule for this weekâ€™s MLB games can be found onÂ MLB.com.