MLB announces virtual streaming event "Opening Day at Home"

by Bryan Brammer · Mar 26th, 2020 9:42 am
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Major League Baseball announced Wednesday its plans to give baseball fans across the country something to cheer for on Opening Day despite its delay amid the coronavirus outbreak.

In what the league is calling "Opening Day at Home," MLB will be streaming a classic game for all 30 teams across various platforms on Thursday. The virtual event includes postseason games, no-hitters, and exciting walk-off victories.

The games will be available for streaming across MLB's digital platforms, as well its social media, including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. All games from 2018 and 2019 are also streaming for free on MLB.tv.

FS1 is also showing a pair of World Series games Thursday evening, while ESPN is airing eight hours of old Home Run Derbys starting at 6 p.m. ET.

🔦 Currently, MLB and the MLB Player's Association are discussing the possibility of launching the 2020 season at the beginning of June.


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