19 May 2011

MLB on Fox Primetime Schedule: May 21st

You know it's that time again, interleague baseball. In another primetime start for Fox Saturday Baseball, four great AL-NL matchups will be on centerstage. The primary game is the Subway Series as the Mets take the hike up from Flushing to the Bronx to play the Yankees, while the other games include the Cubs returning to Fenway Park to play the Red Sox for the first time since the 1918 World Series, the battle of the Bay Area as the Giants host the A's, and the Rangers head to the City of Brotherly Love to face the Phillies. 
Continue reading to find out who will be calling these special matchups and which one you can see in your neck of the woods come Saturday evening. 
2011 MLB on Fox Schedule

New York Mets @ New York Yankees
 
Joe Buck, Tim McCarver
TV MarketsAtlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Buffalo, Charlotte, Cleveland, Columbus, Denver, Detroit, Greensboro, Greenville, Hartford, Jacksonville, Miami, New York, Norfolk, Orlando, Raleigh, Richmond, Tampa, Washington, West Palm Beach

Chicago Cubs @ Boston Red Sox
 
Matt Vasgersian, Eric Karros
TV MarketsBoston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dayton, Fort Myers, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, Providence, Salt Lake City, San Diego, St. Louis



Texas Rangers @ Philadelphia Phillies
 
Kenny Albert, Tom Grieve, Ken Rosenthal
TV MarketsAlbuquerque, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Memphis, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Tulsa

Oakland Athletics @ San Francisco Giants
 
Dick Stockton, Mark Grace
TV MarketsPhoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Seattle


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3 comments:

  1. God, the Yankees and Mets again in DC/Baltimore area? Come on, we'd much rather have Cubs/Red Sox, first time the Cubs have been to Wrigley since the 1918 series. Boo on FOX.

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  2. I personally feel that Cubs-Red Sox should be the national game in my opinion but the choice is not mine...

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  3. Oops, should've said first time Cubs have been to FENWAY since 1918. I'm a dummie.

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