'ESPN Sunday Night Baseball' Releases September Television Schedule Including David Ortiz, Yasiel Puig, Bryce Harper

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August 16th, 2013

Sunday Night Baseball

via press release:

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball: Star-Studded September Lineup Includes David Ortiz, Yasiel Puig, Bryce Harper, Robinson Cano

 

ESPN announced today three September game selections for Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell – Major League Baseball’s exclusive national game of the week. The September slate is highlighted by several of MLB’s biggest stars competing on baseball’s biggest stage, including David Ortiz, Yasiel Puig, Bryce Harper and Robinson Cano.

 

On the September 1 edition of Sunday Night Baseball, the New York Mets and Marlon Byrd will visit the Washington Nationals and Bryce Harper in a National League East showdown, airing on ESPN2. On September 8, the red-hot National League West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers – led by Yasiel Puig – will visit the Cincinnati Reds and Joey Votto. On September 15, the American League East-leading Boston Red Sox and David Ortiz will host the New York Yankees and Robinson Cano.

 

ESPN’s regular Sunday Night Baseball commentary team is led by play-by-play veteran Dan Shulman, with analysts Orel Hershiser and John Kruk and reporter Buster Olney. Sunday Night Baseball is also available on ESPN Radio with Jon Sciambi and analyst Chris Singleton, ESPN Deportes with Ernesto Jerez, Luis Alfredo Alvarez, Guillermo Celis, Ozzie Guillen, ESPN Deportes Radio and WatchESPN.

 

On deck: the New York Yankees will visit the Boston Red Sox, August 18, on Sunday Night Baseball.

 

Upcoming Sunday Night Baseball schedule:

Date Game
Aug. 18 New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox
Aug. 25 Boston Red Sox at Los Angeles Dodgers
Sept. 1 New York Mets at Washington Nationals
Sept. 8 Los Angeles Dodgers at Cincinnati Reds
Sept. 15 New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox

 

Note: ESPN’s final Sunday Night Baseball telecast of the 2013 MLB season is September 22.

 

Baseball Tonight previews Sunday Night Baseball at 7 p.m.

 
  • E

    Where are the Pirates???

  • Jack

    @E

    I agree. I know Yankees-Red Sox is always an attraction as are the Dodgers. But I wish ESPN and MLB would showcase other fresh contending teams in smaller markets on Sunday nights (ie, Orioles, Pirates, etc.) Then again, fans of those teams attending games on Sunday will actually arrive home before midnight on a work/school night. And fans of those teams watching from home will actually get to sleep at a decent time.

  • jj

    Enough redsox/yankees. It’s annoying.

  • chris

    Good God the only break we’ll get from the Dodgers,Yankees and Red Sox on Sunday Night Baseball will be the Sept 1st game. However, with that being Labor Day weekend it’s doubtful that game would be getting good ratings anyway & ESPN knows it, thats why they’re showing the Mets and Nationals two teams that dont have a prayer in making the playoffs. Most people are out and about partying and in some cases having a “last gasp of summer” vacation that weekend. I know here in Cincinnati we have a large fireworks show on the riverfront, that attracts a huge crowd at the event and on local tv that weekend. But then again this is the Eastern Seaboard Partisan Network were talking about they think we haven’t had enough of the Yankees & Red Sox shoved down our throats

  • Tested

    Idiotic schedule. Where are the Rangers, Pirates, A’s or Tigers??

  • Igwell

    Eight more years of this…

  • billy p

    Washington Nationals, you’ve got to be kidding me! Why, because of Bryce Harper? get real, he is the most OVERHYPED player in baseball since Shawn Abner! Currently Harper is a .260 singles hitter leading off on a bad team, so I ask; Why the Nationals!!!

  • miles

    u dumb could not call t ball game to old to dumb curt shilling is as dumg as the little fat jerk.

  • JoJo Dominguez

    So are these games set in stone? Concerned that the Sept 8 game will change to Pirates-Cardinals instead.

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