ESPN Announces 2018 Sunday Night Baseball Starting Lineup

If you want to see the Mets on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball, you won’t have to wait too long into the season.

On Tuesday, ESPN announced their starting lineup for this year’s Sunday night baseball telecast, with the Mets appearing in three of the initial 14 games: April 8 against the Washington Nationals, July 22 against the New York Yankees and Aug. 19 in the Little League Classic against the Philadelphia Phillies.

The full starting lineup reads as follows:

April 1 San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers
April 8 New York Mets at Washington Nationals
April 15 Texas Rangers at Houston Astros
April 22 Washington Nationals at Los Angeles Dodgers
April 29 New York Yankees at Los Angeles Angels
May 6 Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals
May 13 Washington Nationals at Arizona Diamondbacks
May 20 Cleveland Indians at Houston Astros
May 27 San Francisco Giants at Chicago Cubs
July 1 Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
July 22 New York Mets at New York Yankees
July 29 Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals
Aug. 19 MLB Little League Classic

Additional Sunday Night Baseball selections for June-September will be made up to two weeks prior to the dates, according to the announcement.

2018 will mark the 29th season of Sunday Night Baseball.

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