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MLB This Week: Three days out of five

by Matt Smith

There are MLB day-games to enjoy on three days out of five this working week.

The week starts with the traditional Patriots Day early game from Fenway Park. The Red Sox host the Rays in the final game of a four-game series (Boston lead 2-1) with coverage beginning on BT Sport/ESPN at 16.00.

Wednesday offers up three day-games total from the NL Central and the AL West, plus an interleague match between the Miami Marlins and the Seattle Mariners.

The Mariners got off to a slow start but have picked up in recent days and the King’s Court section should be in full voice for this game with Felix Hernandez set to start for the home team.

There are four early games on Thursday, all from the American League and currently scheduled to include appearances from Chris Sale, Corey Kluber and Ervin Santana among others.

Santana has been outstanding in his first three starts for the Twins so his outing against Cleveland will be worth watching to see if he can keep that run going.

All times are listed in BST. Unfortunately, none of the day-games have been selected to be the MLB.com Free Game this week.

Monday 17 April

16:05    Rays at Red Sox (Snell (0-1), Wright (0-1)) *BT Sport/ESPN

Tuesday 18 April

No early games

Wednesday 19 April

18:45    Pirates at Cardinals (Cole (1-1), Wacha (1-1))
19:20    Brewers at Cubs (Milone (1-0), Hendricks (1-1))
20:35    Rangers at Athletics (Perez (1-1), Hahn (0-1))
20:40    Marlins at Mariners (Volquez (0-1), Hernandez (1-1)) *BT Sport/ESPN

Thursday 20 April

17:37    Red Sox at Blue Jays (Sale (1-1), TBD)
18:10    Indians at Twins (Kluber (1-1), Santana (3-0))
18:10    Tigers at Rays (Norris (1-0), TBD)
19:10    Angels at Astros (Shoemaker (0-0), Keuchel (2-0))

Friday 21 April

No early games.

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