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BST guide to this week’s MLB games: Reds and Cubs, Halladay and Sabathia

by Matt Smith

There are twelve early games in total this working work as we return to normal order with Interleague play now having come to an end for the 2010 season.

The Reds and Cubs have three early games this week, two of which are the opening games of their series together at Wrigley Field.  Both the Blue Jays and the Yankees are in early action twice,  with one of New York’s match-ups being a rare Friday day game from Yankee Stadium. 

Roy Halladay is scheduled to pitch on Wednesday against the Reds, while Edwin Jackson returns to the mound for the first time since his walk-strewn no-hitter and Tom Gorzelanny looks likely to take Carlos Zambrano’s place in the Cubs’ rotation.  CC Sabathia is due to pitch against the Aussie Ryan Rowland-Smith on Thursday and we may also get to see Carlos Silva take the mound after he was moved from his scheduled day game start last week.  All times are in BST.

Monday 28 June

No early games

Tuesday 29 June

No early games

Wednesday 30 June

17.35. Philadelphia @ Cincinnati (Roy Halladay – Aaron Harang)
18.10. Detroit at Minnesota (Andrew Oliver – Kevin Slowey)
19.10. Houston at Milwaukee (Wandy Rodriguez – Dave Bush)
19.15. Arizona at St. Louis (Edwin Jackson – Jeff Suppan)
19.20. Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs (Brad Lincoln – Tom Gorzelanny)
20.35. Colorado at San Diego (Jeff Francis – Clayton Richard)
20.45. LA Dodgers at San Francisco (Vicente Padilla – Jonathan Sanchez)

Thursday 1 July

17.05. Toronto @ Cleveland (Shaun Marcum – Justin Masterson)
18.05. Seattle @ NY Yankees (Ryan Rowland-Smith – CC Sabathia)
19.20. Cincinnati @ Chicago Cubs (Sam LeCure – Carlos Silva)

Friday 2 July

18.05. Toronto @ NY Yankees (Brett Cecil – A.J. Burnett)
19.20 Cincinnati @ Chicago Cubs (Bronson Arroyo – Ryan Dempster)

All the above games can be followed via various resources on MLB.com (Gameday, At Bat with Gameday Audio and MLB.tv), while ESPN America’s MLB schedule can be found here. A complete schedule of MLB games can be found on MLB.com.

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