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Will there be some sort of agreement that Yanks-Bosox games don't automatically have to air on Sunday nights?
Word is the Red Sox and Yankees will open the 2013 against each other. I know, shocking.
Those sportswriters are right, baseball is obviously losing its popularity among fans and no one is watching it on TV.
-Rights to produce a new, daily baseball studio show.
-Ten additional regular-season games, including four more covering pennant chases in late September and up to six more during holiday weekends like --Memorial Day.
-No local TV blackouts for ESPN Monday and Wednesday prime-time games.
-Rights to air all regular-season tiebreakers, if there are any.
-The ability for SportsCenter to air highlights of games still in progress.
-The ability to have top teams appear on ESPN Sunday night games more often.
-All ESPN MLB shows, including games and studio shows, will become available digitally via WATCHESPN.
13 posts and not a single one crowing about the implied demise of "Baseball Tonight"? I thought that would be great news -- or has everyone already switched over to the MLB Network like I have?
four more covering pennant chases in late September
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