This is the period of the next two weeks when the U.S. has moved to Daylight Saving Time and we in the UK are holding on to the winter clock for a little bit longer.
That means the normal time difference between us and the main time zones in the States is reduced by one hour. Generally you’ll find that start times are shown on websites in Eastern Time, which will be four hours behind GMT for the next two weeks rather than the usual five.
The following list shows all of the games that will be available to watch on MLB.TV, with start times listed in GMT.
As with my first installment of games, I’ve used grey shading to more clearly separate out the days and then itallicised games that do take place in the early hours. For those games, I have still listed them under the date in which they are played in the States, so, for example, the game on 12 March between the White Sox and the DodgersÂ is actually at 2.05 am 13 March for us.
As previously noted, the regional TV networks only show a selection of games during Spring Training, hence why the MLB.TV schedule doesn’t cover all of the games.
However, MLB.TV subscribers, or those who have bought Gameday Audio (or the MLB At Bat Premium app), will be able to listen to radio commentary of all games.
ESPN will be broadcasting two Spring Training games on 23 March:
23/03 – 18:05 NY Yankees @ Tampa Bay
23/03 – 00:05 LA Dodgers @ Texas
The schedules for the full range of BT Sport channels are not yet available online for that date, so whether they will be broadcast here on UK TV is still to be confirmed.