Opening Day Is Here for Major League Baseball
Seasonal Affective Disorder is common among baseball fans. Simply defined as a condition during the winter months when you feel moments of sadness, anxiety, and irritability. In layman’s terms, you're a baseball fan, this offseason sucks and it's driving you crazy!
Play ball! Opening Day is here and ESPN 99.1 brings you live coverage of the New York Mets and Washington Nationals Thursday, April 1 at 5:00 PM. Francisco Lindor is expected to make his Mets debut against the Nats.
The Minnesota Twins open on the road traveling to Milwaukee for a three-game series with the Brewers. Then, it’s off to Detroit to face the Tigers. On Thursday, April 8 fans will welcome the Twins back to Target Field for the season home opener against the Seattle Mariners. You can listen to Minnesota Twins baseball on Information 1000 KSOO.
The season premiere of “Sunday Night Baseball” on Sunday, April 4 features the LA Angels and Chicago White Sox at 6:30 PM. Here on ESPN 99.1, we settle in for the regular Sunday Night Baseball time of 5:00 pm on Sunday, April 11.
Looking ahead to the 2021 season it's a key rematch of the 2020 National League Championship Series when the Dodgers visit the Braves for a three-game set beginning on Friday, June 4. Over in the American League, the AL Champion Tampa Bay Rays will host the Houston Astros for a three-game series beginning on Friday, April 30.
If you like nostalgia baseball takes over Dyersville, Iowa on Thursday, August 12 for the Field of Dreams game appropriately with the White Sox and Yankees.
Other key dates:
- All-Star Game Tuesday, July 13 Truist Park, Atlanta
- Little League Classic Sunday, August 22 Williamsport, Pennsylvania