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    The last time a national audience watched the Orioles play a game on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball,” Baltimore lost to the New York Yankees, 5-3, at Camden Yards. That was Aug. 26, 2018. Much has changed since then. By that point in the season, the sell-off that signaled the start of Baltimore’s rebuild had already transpired. Even so, none of the nine players in the starting lineup that night remain with the Orioles now, with Trey Mancini the most recent departure. In the remaining month of the season following that defeat in front of a nationally televised crowd, Baltimore would flounder its way to its first of three 100-loss seasons out of the spotlight. But when the Orioles arrive at the Little League Classic in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, the eyes of the country will be on them once more as part of ESPN’s broadcast. The players aren’t focused on what channel their games appear on. But around the clubhouse, there’s a sense that the larger audience is an opportunity — a chance to show how far they’ve come in...
    BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — The World Series champion Atlanta Braves’ season opener against the visiting Cincinnati Reds will be televised nationally by ESPN2 on April 7. Coming off their first title since 1995, the Braves will raise their championship banner before the game, which will be pushed back slightly from its intended 7:20 p.m. EDT start. ESPN said Tuesday it had added the game, which was not on its original schedule. Opening day was pushed back from March 31 on the original MLB schedule due to a 99-day management lockout that ended on March 10 and delayed the start of spring training from Feb. 16 to March 13. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The NFL regular season is 2 weeks away, but there’s one more preseason game to be played. For the Dolphins, it’s a nationally televised CBS matchup with the Bengals in Cincinnati. The Miami Dolphins are 1-1 this summer, coming off last week’s impressive 37-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons at Hard Rock Stadium. READ MORE: Miami Weather: Soggy Start, Partly Cloudy Skies In The Afternoon All signs continue to be encouraging for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. In his first two NFL preseason games, he didn’t play any last year due to COVID, Tua has been sharp, accurate, has moved well in the pocket and led long drives. He looks ready for the opener New England on September 12th. The roster battle continues and Sunday’s game matters for at least a handful of players. Coach Brian Flores agreed when he was asked if there are 3 or 4 or maybe more spots still up for grabs. READ MORE: NIST Report: Video From Expert Team Investigating Surfside Condo Collapse Shows Evidence Of Extensive Corrosion General manager Chris Grier and the...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The NFL regular season is 2 weeks away, but there’s one more preseason game to be played. For the Dolphins, it’s a nationally televised CBS matchup with the Bengals in Cincinnati. The Miami Dolphins are 1-1 this summer, coming off last week’s impressive 37-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons at Hard Rock Stadium. READ MORE: Miami Weather: Soggy Start, Partly Cloudy Skies In The Afternoon All signs continue to be encouraging for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. In his first two NFL preseason games, he didn’t play any last year due to COVID, Tua has been sharp, accurate, has moved well in the pocket and led long drives. He looks ready for the opener New England on September 12th. The roster battle continues and Sunday’s game matters for at least a handful of players. Coach Brian Flores agreed when he was asked if there are 3 or 4 or maybe more spots still up for grabs. READ MORE: NIST Report: Video From Expert Team Investigating Surfside Condo Collapse Shows Evidence Of Extensive Corrosion General manager Chris Grier and the...
    The Knicks Are Back! Knicks make big jump in nationally televised games Alder Almo August 20, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit You know the New York Knicks are back when they have a significant share of the nationally televised games. From just three nationally televised games two seasons ago, the have made the biggest jump of any NBA team gaining 22 nationally televised games next season excluding seven on NBA TV. They had six in the previous pandemic-condensed season. The Knicks will have 22 nationally televised games & 7 on NBA TV: ESPN 12TNT 7NBA TV 7ABC 3 https://t.co/WSSDtIFYEW — alder almo (@alderalmo) August 20, 2021 The Knicks have reloaded this summer with four-time All-Star Kemba Walker and Evan Fournier joining their Julius Randle-led core that finished fourth seed in the East and made the playoffs for the first time since 2013. Leon Rose’s regime has pushed all the right buttons since taking over from Steve Mills last year. The Knicks will...
    The Knicks Are Back! Knicks make big jump on nationally televised games Alder Almo August 20, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit You know the New York Knicks are back when they have a significant share of the nationally televised games. From just three nationally televised games two seasons ago, the have made the biggest jump of any NBA team gaining 22 nationally televised games next season excluding seven on NBA TV. They had six in the previous pandemic-condensed season. The Knicks will have 22 nationally televised games & 7 on NBA TV: ESPN 12TNT 7NBA TV 7ABC 3 https://t.co/WSSDtIFYEW — alder almo (@alderalmo) August 20, 2021 The Knicks have reloaded this summer with four-time All-Star Kemba Walker and Evan Fournier joining their Julius Randle-led core that finished fourth seed in the East and made the playoffs for the first time since 2013. Leon Rose’s regime has pushed all the right buttons since taking over from Steve Mills last year. The Knicks will...
    Judge Judy Dealt Setback In Packaging Fees Suit 6 Hidden Tax Breaks for Retirees The Knicks are seventh in the Eastern Conference. They could make the playoffs for the first time in eight years. They have an All-Star. © Michael Reaves/Getty Images That’s enough for the NBA to give New York – a market that gets every benefit of the doubt – many more nationally televised games in the second portion of the schedule. The Knicks have six games set to air on ABC, TNT and ESPN after the All-Star break. That’s up from only one in the original schedule – the biggest increase in the league. That could backfire. The Knicks are just 15-17. Their offense has been poor. Their much-stronger defense has been boosted by opponents shooting just 32% on 3-pointers – likely an unstainable mark. Julius Randle, though having an excellent season so far, probably isn’t one of the 12 best players in the East. But the New York market offers opportunity for major viewership, and the Knicks have been competitive. The league will roll the...
    The NBA has reportedly taken action to prevent teams from resting key players during nationally televised games for the upcoming season. According to Yahoo Sports, the league will implement a new resting policy for the 2020-21 season so teams don’t rest healthy players for any nationally-televised game as they try to limit so-called "load management" during the regular season. If teams violate the new policy, it could result in a fine of at least $100,000. ROCKETS’ JAMES HARDEN MISSES FIRST DAY OF TRAINING CAMP AFTER MASK-LESS CELEBRATIONS WITH LIL BABY: REPORT One of the reported reasons the NBA is taking action is because it wants its fans to stay interested after the league suffered low ratings during the 2019-20 restart in the bubble in Orlando, Florida. And with no fans in attendance at games, revenue for each of the NBA teams suffered as well. NBA: TEAMS THAT BREAK VIRUS PROTOCOLS MAY LOSE GAMES, PICKS The NBA will also instruct teams not to rest multiple healthy players for the same game and not rest healthy players while on the road playing...
    (CNN)Jessica Mendoza made history on Tuesday night, becoming the first woman to serve as a World Series analyst on a national broadcast.Paired with play-by-play commentator Dan Shulman, Mendoza is serving as the game analyst for ESPN Radio for the 2020 World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays.Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays meet in World Series like no otherMendoza, who has won an Olympic Gold (2004) and Silver (2008) in women's softball, was inducted into the National Softball Hall of Fame in 2019.She joined ESPN in 2007, and throughout her tenure she has broken a number of barriers for women in broadcasting.Mendoza was the first woman to serve as an analyst for a nationally televised regular season MLB game and a nationally televised MLB postseason game, and she was the first woman to serve as a solo analyst for a nationally televised MLB postseason game, according to ESPN.Read MoreGame 2 of the World Series takes place on Wednesday night, and Mendoza can be heard calling the game nationally on ESPN Radio.
    For De La Salle High, playing Saturday night in Texas on national television and in front of a raucous, sold-out crowd of more than 10,000 people was going to signify more than just the start of its football season. The trip to play the country’s No. 5-rated team, North Shore of Houston, was also a clear reward for the Spartans’ seniors who helped maintain the school’s excellence on and off the field the past 3-4 years. Yet, as we’ve learned the past few months, best-laid plans are no match for COVID-19. It’s been more than two months since the Texas-sized showdown became a coronavirus casualty, but De La Salle coach Justin Alumbaugh can’t stop thinking about the game that never will be. “I told my wife we were supposed to be flying to Houston (Wednesday) and now we’re not,” Alumbaugh said earlier this week. “It kind of feels like Houston here right now, but we’re not going to Houston and it’s sad.” Somewhere in his house, Alumbaugh still has a copy of the Spartans’ original travel itinerary for this...
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