On Friday, Fox Sports announced that MLB Live would be joining Twitter as a streaming platform starting this Friday with a slate of 30 regular season games, including two postseason games.
The first 30 games of the schedule will begin with a pregame show on MLB Network starting at 6:30pm ET on Friday, with each game starting at 8:30am ET.
Additionally, the show will stream a live pregame from 7:30-9:00am ET, as well as all four of the game’s postgame shows starting at 9:30 am ET.
MLB Live’s pregame will air on Fox Sports 1 starting at 10:00 am ET on Thursday.
MLB Live will also broadcast four pregame shows from the Blue Jays vs. Cardinals at 11:15am ET on Wednesday and Monday, as the Blue Jay’s are scheduled to face the Cardinals.
Each of the pregame and postgame programs will air in the same order, starting with the pre-game and ending with the post-game.
On Friday, the MLB Live streaming schedule will also include an extended version of its MLB Network special edition of the MLB GameDay Extra pregame program, starting at 1:00pm ET and airing every Thursday at 10am ET through Sunday at 1pm ET.
In addition, the pregames will also air on the MLB Network on Thursday, including the Blue Sox vs. Tigers at 3:05pm ET, Pirates vs. Reds at 4:15pm ET for the first time in history, and the White Sox vs: Dodgers at 6pm ET in the first MLB Game of the Week.
In total, the 30 games will be available to stream on MLB Live starting at 2:00 pm ET on Saturday and ending at 12:00 midnight ET on Sunday.
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