ESPN has announced the latest addition to its Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell broadcast schedule. Officials with the “Sports Leader” have announced that on Sunday, June 30th, it will broadcast a matchup between Robinson Cano and the New York Yankees and Manny Machado and the Baltimore Orioles live in Baltimore. Orel Hershiser, John Kruk, and reporter Buster Olney will join host Dan Shulman live beginning at 8pm EDT.
The game will broadcast live on ESPN on cable and online via WatchESPN. It will also be available on ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio. Jon Sciambi will host the broadcast on ESPN Radio. He will be joined by analyst Chris Singleton. Ozzy Guillen, Ernesto Jerez, Luis Alfredo Alvarez, and Guillermo Celis will have the call on ESPN Deportes.
Before that game though, ESPN will have an NL Central matchup between the division leading St. Louis Cardinals and The Cincinnati Reds. Cincinnati is currently in a very tight points race with fellow NL Central foes, the Pittsburgh Pirates for second in the NL Central, and the National League overall. Just behind the Reds and Pirates is Atlanta, which will be facing San Francisco on Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell on ESPN on June 16th.
The current lineup of games on the Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell schedule is available below. Games for the remainder of July, as well as for August and September will be announced at a later time. Fans can get the latest news on what those games will be on the official ESPN website at
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Upcoming Sunday Night Baseball schedule:
|June 9||St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds|
|June 16||San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves|
|June 23||Texas Rangers at St. Louis Cardinals|
|June 30||New York Yankees at Baltimore Orioles|
|July 14||St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs|
|July 21||New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox|
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