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MLB Network Scheduling live games on Tues., Wed., Thurs, afternoon, and Fri.

Discussion in 'Sports Programming and Events' started by Ronmort, Mar 25, 2010.

  1. Ronmort

    Ronmort Godfather

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    In addition to the Thursday and Saturday Night games, there's quite a few live games scheduled on MLB Network for April. Check out the calendar on the site. Teams are not listed but the game times are.
     
  2. patman99

    patman99 Cool Member

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    How many will be Phillies games that will be blacked out? Anyone taking bets?:mad:
     
  3. xzi

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    They will probalby flood you with games in April that have MLB Extra Innings commercials during them. Good idea.
     
  4. Msguy

    Msguy Hall Of Fame

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    Hmmm one would have to bet that if they are scheduling afternoon games they'd have to be Chicago Cubs Games. That's the only team I can think of that schedules the most "Afternoon" games.
     
  5. lcarolina

    lcarolina Mentor

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    MLB Network is adding weekday matinee games this year. There are actually a lot more during the MLB season than just the Cubs as many are scheduled for the last game of a series so that teams that have to travel can do so after the game rather than before the first game of the next series or so they can avoid traveling on their off day. Here's the April schedule for MLB Network:

    Tuesday, April 6
    7:00: N.Y. Yankees at Boston
    10:00: Minnesota at L.A. Angels
    Wednesday, April 7
    1:00: Colorado at Milwaukee
    Thursday, April 8
    12:30: L.A. Dodgers at Pittsburgh
    3:30: Seattle at Oakland
    7:00: Chicago Cubs at Atlanta
    Friday, April 9
    4:30: Atlanta at San Francisco
    Saturday, April 10
    9:00: Oakland at L.A. Angels
    Monday, April 12
    7:00: Cincinnati at Florida
    Tuesday, April 13
    1:00: L.A. Angels at N.Y. Yankees
    4:00: Arizona at L.A. Dodgers
    Wednesday, April 14
    1:00: Boston at Minnesota
    Thursday, April 15
    3:00: Washington at Philadelphia
    7:00: California at N.Y. Yankees
    Friday, April 16
    2:15: Houston at Chicago Cubs
    Saturday, April 17
    9:00: Detroit at Seattle
    Monday, April 19
    11 a.m.: Tampa Bay at Boston
    Tuesday, April 20
    7:00: Philadelphia at Atlanta
    Wednesday, April 21
    12:30: Kansas City at Toronto
    Thursday, April 22
    1:00: Cleveland at Minnesota
    7:00: L.A. Dodgers at Cincinnati
    Friday, April 23
    8:00: Detroit at Texas
    Saturday, April 24
    9:00: St. Louis at San Francisco
    Tuesday, April 27
    7:00: L.A. Dodgers at N.Y. Mets
    Wednesday, April 28
    Noon: San Diego at Florida
    3:30: Philadelphia at San Francisco
    Thursday, April 29
    2:00: Chicago White Sox at Texas
    7:00: N.Y. Yankees at Baltimore
    Friday, April 30
    2:15: Arizona at Chicago Cubs
    7:00: Minnesota at Cleveland
     

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