ESPN today announced it has added a Wednesday, Sept. 25 doubleheader to its schedule.
The New York Yankees and Aaron Judge, who have clinched the American League East, visit the Tampa Bay Rays and Tommy Pham for a Major League Baseball telecast presented by Hankook Tire. As of Sept. 20, the Rays are tied with the Cleveland Indians for the second Wild Card spot as the Oakland Athletics hold a two-game lead for first place in the AL Wild Card.
Veteran Karl Ravech will call the game at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN alongside analysts Eduardo Perez and Tim Kurkjian. This game is subject to blackouts in the New York markets.
Following the Yankees-Rays game at 10 p.m., the Los Angeles Angels and Albert Pujols host the Oakland Athletics and Matt Chapman for Wednesday Night Baseball presented by Hankook Tire. The game comes as the A’s fight to extend their first place Wild Card lead. Jon Sciambi and World Series Champion David Ross will call the game, which is subject to blackouts in the Los Angeles and Oakland markets.
The games will be part of ESPN’s jam-packed schedule heading into the Postseason. For more information, visit ESPN Press Room.