The Mets are not scheduled to appear on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball for the first few months of the season according to a press release issued by the network.
There’s always the chance that the Mets will have games broadcasted on the fly during the second half of the season, which we’ve seen a lot of over the last few years. And I’m betting there will be plenty of interest in the Mets in 2014 as I consider them one of baseball’s top up-and-coming teams. Let the baseball betting begin.
The Sunday Night Baseball season will begin with an exclusive presentation of MLB Opening Night on ESPN when the Los Angeles Dodgers face off against the San Diego Padres on March 30, at 8 p.m. ET.
The early season includes three appearances each by the World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, National League Champion St. Louis Cardinals, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles.
Dan Shulman, in his fourth season with Sunday Night Baseball, will lead a new team, with new analyst Curt Schilling, returning analyst John Kruk and reporter Buster Olney.
Those guys don’t compare to Gary, Keith and Ron anyway.