Will the MLB Wild Card Games Be Televised?

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By Eric Wilson

Are you excited about the upcoming MLB Wild Card games? If so, you might be wondering whether these games will be televised.

The answer is yes! In this article, we’ll take a closer look at where and when you can catch all the action.

What are the MLB Wild Card Games?

Firstly, let’s quickly go over what the MLB Wild Card games are. The Wild Card games are a one-game playoff between two teams in each league who did not win their division but still have one of the two best records in their respective leagues. The winners of these games move on to compete in the Division Series.

When and Where Will the MLB Wild Card Games Take Place?

The American League Wild Card game is scheduled for Tuesday, October 5th, while the National League Wild Card game is set for Wednesday, October 6th. Both games will take place at 8:00 PM ET.

As for where you can catch all the action, both games will be televised on ESPN. You can also stream the games live on WatchESPN or through your cable provider’s website or app.

Who Will Be Playing in the MLB Wild Card Games?

At this point in time, it’s still unclear which teams will be playing in the Wild Card games. However, as of September 15th, here are some of the top contenders:

  • American League
    • Boston Red Sox
    • Toronto Blue Jays
    • New York Yankees
  • National League
    • Los Angeles Dodgers
    • San Francisco Giants
    • St. Louis Cardinals

Final Thoughts

The MLB Wild Card games are an exciting time for baseball fans, and with the games being televised on ESPN, it’s easy to catch all the action. Be sure to mark your calendars for October 5th and 6th at 8:00 PM ET to watch these one-game playoffs between some of the best teams in baseball.