MLB Network Showing Live Games Tonight and Tomorrow

MLB Network will be airing live games tonight and Tuesday as we get closer to the the end of the regular season on Sunday. The games will be produced by the local teams’ flagships.


Pennant Race Matchup Features a Battle for the A.L. Central Title between Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers

Secaucus, N.J., September 28, 2009 – MLB Network today announced its “Pennant Race” game for Tuesday, September 29, featuring an American League Central showdown between the Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers at 7:00 p.m. ET featuring Twins pitcher Brian Duensing against Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander. Only two games separate the Twins from the A.L. Central first-place Tigers as a four-game series begins on MLB Network today at 7:00 p.m. ET featuring Twins pitcher Nick Blackburn against Tigers pitcher Rick Porcello.

The two games, which will be blacked out in the Twins’ and Tigers’ home television territories, will be simulcasts of the Fox Sports Minnesota local broadcast, including local announcers. MLB Network viewers in the Twins’ and Tigers’ home television territories will see the Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox at 7:00 p.m. ET today and the Florida Marlins at Atlanta Braves at 7:00 p.m. ET tomorrow. Additional live games for the week will be announced coinciding with MLB Network’s selection windows.

Good to see MLB Network airing as many games as it can.

Ken Fang

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