Tired Of Late Finishes For Sunday Night Baseball? Games Set To Start Earlier
ESPN Sunday Night Baseball usually features big game match ups every week in Major League Baseball. This next season the start times will be a little earlier.
According to the Associated Press, ESPN has announced that the Sunday Night games will now start just after 7 p.m. In recent years the games were starting just after 8 p.m.
The change will help the teams that have to travel after the night games. The change will also be nice for those that like to watch the games and have to work the next day
A few games to look out for in the upcoming season include, four games between the World Champion Red Sox and the Yankees through out the season. A World Series rematch between the Red Sox and Dodgers in July.
Cubs fans will want to watch the Cubs and Pirates in the Little League Classic. The game will take place in Williamsport, Pennsylvania on August 18th.
One of the upcoming games could possibly be a Red Sox and Yankees game from Britain on either June 29th or 30th. The official announcement is set to be made at a later date. Baseball fans do you like the time change for the games?
Now if they would move the start times for post season games.