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MLB This Week: 12 more day-games to enjoy

by Matt Smith

CovMLBUK2014We’ve got another dozen MLB early games to enjoy this working week.

The Dodgers are in early action twice. They start the week with the final game of their series against the Pirates for those preferring to avoid the Italy-Spain European Championship game as a lead up to England’s match against Iceland. They then finish a series against Milwaukee with a day-game on Thursday with Kenta Maeda currently scheduled to be the starting pitcher.

Elsewhere, David Price will be hoping to rebound from his poor performance against Texas on Friday night with a stronger outing against his former team, the Rays, on Wednesday. The Cubs take on the Reds in an early start on the same day, whilst the red-hot Cleveland Indians take on Toronto in a rare 18.00 Friday contest.

All times are in BST.

Monday 27 June

17.35. LA Dodgers at Pittsburgh (Kazmir – Liriano) *BT Sport/ESPN

Tuesday 28 June

No early games

Wednesday 29 June

17.10. Boston at Tampa Bay (Price – Moore)
17.35. Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati (Hendricks – Reed) *BT Sport/ESPN
18.10. Miami at Detroit (Chen – Norris)
20.10. Toronto at Colorado (Sanchez – Anderson)
20.35. Houston at LA Angels (Keuchel – Weaver) *BT Sport/ESPN
20.40. Baltimore at San Diego (Gallardo – Friedrich)
20.40. Philadelphia at Arizona (Elfin – Bradley)

Thursday 30 June

18.10. Texas at NY Yankees (Griffin – Pineda)
19.10. Minnesota at Chicago WS (Milone – Rodon) *BT Sport/ESPN
19.10. LA Dodgers at Milwaukee (Maeda – Anderson)

Friday 1 July

18.07. Cleveland at Toronto (Tomlin – Stroman) *BT Sport/ESPN

All of these games are available to watch or listen to live via an MLB.TV subscription. TV coverage of MLB 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

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