MLB Season Kicks Off Tonight on ESPN+





With a delayed start and an abbreviated season, the MLB kicks off its season tonight at 7:30 pm ET to an empty stadium. But your home-viewing experience will be largely the same as any normal season with the games being broadcast on ESPN+, beginning with the Red Sox hosting the Orioles for Opening Day tonight.

MLB on ESPN+ July Schedule

DateTime (ET)Game
Fri, July 247:30 p.m.Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox
Sun, July 264:10 p.m.Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Diego Padres
Mon, July 277:05 p.m.New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies
Tues, July 289:40 p.m.Colorado Rockies vs. Oakland Athletics
Wed, July 297:10 p.m.Boston Red Sox. vs. New York Mets
Thu July 309:40 p.m.Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Fri July 319:40 p.m.Oakland Athletics vs. Seattle Mariners

Check out our post on how to watch all the games this season on streaming services or local RSNs so you don’t miss a swing.

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