Defending World Series Champion Atlanta Braves to Host San Francisco Giants, Next Tuesday, June 21
The inaugural season of the MLB on TBS Tuesday Night franchise will feature doubleheader action tomorrow, Tuesday, June 14, with pregame coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET. In the night’s first game, AL East rivals will meet – Tampa Bay Rays and Randy Arozarena vs. New York Yankees and Aaron Judge – at 7 p.m. Brian Anderson, Ron Darling and reporter Jahmai Webster will call the action from Yankee Stadium. The TBS game telecast will be available in the local Tampa Bay market.
In the nightcap, the Los Angeles Angels and Shohei Ohtani will visit the Dodgers and Mookie Betts at 10 p.m. Don Orsillo, Jeff Francoeur and reporter Heidi Watney will be on the call from Dodger Stadium.
On Tuesday, June 21, the defending World Series Champion Atlanta Braves will host the San Francisco Giants at 7 p.m., with Anderson, Darling and reporter Kelly Crull providing game commentary. Pregame coverage will feature an exclusive interview with Ronald Acuña, Jr., conducted by Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez. The TBS telecast will be available locally in Atlanta.
Pregame and postgame studio coverage will bookend game action on both nights.
MLB on TBS Upcoming Schedule and Announce Teams
|Date||Time (ET)||Program / Commentators|
|June 14||6:30 p.m.||MLB on TBS Leadoff|
Pedro Martinez, Jimmy Rollins & Lauren Shehadi
|7 p.m.||Tampa Bay Rays* vs. New York Yankees|
Anderson, Darling & Jahmai Webster
|10 p.m.||Los Angeles Angels vs. Los Angeles Dodgers|
Don Orsillo, Jeff Francoeur & Heidi Watney
|Postgame||MLB on TBS Closer|
Martinez, Rollins & Shehadi
|June 21||6:30 p.m.||MLB on TBS Leadoff|
Martinez, Rollins, Curtis Granderson & Shehadi
|7 p.m.||San Francisco Giants vs. Atlanta Braves*|
Anderson, Darling & Kelly Crull
|Postgame||MLB on TBS Closer|
Martinez, Rollins, Granderson & Shehadi
Game telecasts will not be available in the local participating markets, unless denoted with an asterisk (*) for the specific market.
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