MLB regular season opens with three games | MLB.com

And this defines my sports-fan Sunday. I’ll be listening to radio broadcasts of all three games! C’mon, battahbattahbattah! 🙂

It’s finally here. After months of speculation, roster shuffling and exhibitions, the regular season has arrived. All 30 Major League clubs are even at 0-0 with a fresh start, and on Sunday, the 2016 season will begin to take shape. Six teams are scheduled to take the field, and when they do, the results will count as the first marks in the standings. The long-awaited slate features a nationally televised tripleheader, beginning with the Cardinals and Pirates in Pittsburgh on ESPN and MLB.TV at 1 p.m. ET, followed by the Blue Jays at the Rays on ESPN2 and MLB.TV at 4 p.m. The action concludes with the main event — a World Series rematch of the Mets at the Royals on Opening Night at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.

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2 thoughts on “MLB regular season opens with three games | MLB.com

    1. Yep. There’s so much to like about baseball. Since I’m doing most of my work from home now, I’ll be able to catch this season’s games streaming from mlb.com, letting the radio play-by-play run in the background as I take care of other things.

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