Matt Kemp’s pair of home runs helped the Dodgers to a 3-0 victory over the Rockies yesterday and they still have an outside shot at the one remaining playoff place in the National League after the Cardinals were beaten in extra innings by the Nationals.
Meanwhile in the American League all five playoff places are still to be settled.
ESPN America’s coverage takes us directly into that race, firstly via a Rays-White Sox match-up and then with the A’s taking on the Mariners (the latter game will be joined in progress once the first comes to an end). Â The Angels and Rangers will play a double-header after their game on Saturday was rained out.
All times are in BST.
18.05. Kansas City at Cleveland (HochevarÂ -Â McAllister)
18.05. LA Angels at Texas (GreinkeÂ -Â Darvish)
18.07. NY Yankees at Toronto (HughesÂ -Â Alvarez) *BBC 5 Live Sports Extra
18.10. Philadelphia at Miami (HamelsÂ -Â Eovaldi)
18.35. Boston at Baltimore (StewartÂ -Â Saunders)
18.35. NY Mets at Atlanta (MejiaÂ -Â Medlen)
18.35. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (CuetoÂ -Â Rodriguez)
19.10. Tampa Bay at Chicago White Sox (PriceÂ -Â Quintana) *ESPN America
19.10. Houston at Milwaukee (LylesÂ -Â Fiers)
19.10. Detroit at Minnesota (SanchezÂ -Â Hendriks)
19.15. Washington at St. Louis (DetwilerÂ -Â Lynn)
21.05. Seattle at Oakland (RamirezÂ -Â Milone) *ESPN America
21.05. San Francisco at San Diego (LincecumÂ -Â Volquez)
21.10. Colorado at LA Dodgers (De La RosaÂ -Â Beckett)
21.10. Chicago Cubs at Arizona (RusinÂ -Â Collmenter)
00.05. LA Angels at Texas (SantanaÂ -Â Holland)
UPDATE: Initially I missed the fact that the Yankees-Blue Jays game is being broadcast on BBC Radio. The post has been updated above to take this into account.
All of these games are available to watch live via theÂ MLB.TV subscriptionÂ atÂ MLB.com.Â The games being shown on ESPN America are highlighted above.Â