The 2020 MLB season is nearly here -- four months later than originally planned.
While this season will be reduced to 60 games, and there will be no fans in attendance at least initially, because of the shutdown forced by the coronavirus pandemic, Opening Day is right around the corner, with two games on July 23 (Yankees-Nationals, 7 p.m. ET; Giants-Dodgers, 10 p.m. ET, both on ESPN).
To get you ready, we have a host of previews and predictions, as well as the Opening Day schedule for every team.
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Opening Day schedule
All times ET
Yankees at Nationals, 7 (ESPN)
Giants at Dodgers, 10 (ESPN)
Braves at Mets, 4 (ESPN)
Tigers at Reds, 6:10
Blue Jays at Rays, 6:40
Brewers at Cubs, 7 (ESPN)
Marlins at Phillies, 7:05
Royals at Indians, 7:10
Orioles at Red Sox, 7:30
Rockies at Rangers, 8:05
Twins at White Sox, 8:10
Pirates at Cardinals, 8:15
Mariners at Astros, 9:10
Diamondbacks at Padres, 9:10
Giants at Dodgers, 9:40
Angels at A's, 10 (ESPN)
More opening weekend games on ESPN
Braves at Mets, Sunday, 7 p.m. ET
Giants at Dodgers, Sunday, 10 p.m. ET
ESPN Radio will also nationally broadcast two MLB season-opening games, including the New York Yankees at Washington Nationals Opening Night game with Jon "Boog" Sciambi and Chris Singleton on commentary. ESPN Radio will then broadcast the Atlanta Braves at New York Mets game on the July 26 edition of ESPN Radio's Sunday Night Baseball. Singleton will join Marc Kestecher on the call.