So ESPN released half of their Sunday Night Baseball Schedule for the 2013 MLB season. Do you see what I see? Only two games for the Yankees.
March 31: Texas Rangers at Houston Astros
April 7: Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers
April 14: Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees
April 21: St. Louis Cardinals at Philadelphia Phillies
April 28: Atlanta Braves at Detroit Tigers
May 5: Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants
May 12: Los Angeles Angels at Chicago White Sox
May 19: Detroit Tigers at Texas Rangers
May 26: Atlanta Braves at New York Mets
July 14: St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs
July 21: New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox
One, I’m a partial season ticket holder and I have the Sunday plan so Sunday night games are a big pain in the arse for me.
Two, it will quiet down the “ESPN ONLY SHOWS YANKEES/RED SOX GAMES!!!! EAST COAST BIAS!!!!! WAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!” crowd.
Of course, the second half hasn’t been released yet so I’m pretty sure we will have more games to contend with but will cross that bridge when we come to it. For right now, I’m wiping my brow in relief. I prefer my Sunday games to be during the daytime.