ESPN announced on Monday the Sunday Night Baseball schedule for the first half of the 2020 Major League Baseball season.
The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox lead the way with five games apiece, and the Chicago Cubs will be featured four times. The Milwaukee Brewers, New York Mets, and St. Louis Cardinals were each selected three times, while the reigning World Series champions Washington Nationals will not make an appearance.
|March 29||Cubs||Brewers||7 p.m.|
|April 5||Dodgers||Giants||8:30 p.m.|
|April 12||Cardinals||Cubs||7 p.m.|
|April 19||Brewers||Mets||7 p.m.|
|April 26||Mets||Braves||7 p.m.|
|May 3||Cardinals||Brewers||7 p.m.|
|May 10||Red Sox||Yankees||7 p.m.|
|May 17||Yankees||Astros||7 p.m.|
|May 24||Astros||Red Sox||7 p.m.|
|May 31||Dodgers||Mets||7 p.m.|
|June 14||Yankees||Red Sox||7 p.m.|
|June 21||Red Sox||Cubs||7 p.m.|
|June 28||Cubs||Yankees||7 p.m.|
|July 16||Giants||Dodgers||8 p.m.|
|July 19||Yankees||Cardinals||7 p.m.|
|Aug. 23*||Red Sox||Orioles||7 p.m.|
*Little League Classic
Games for the final months of the season will be selected two weeks in advance later in 2020.