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May '21 12

ADVERTISEMENT: MLB Season 2021 — What Have We Learned So Far?

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The MLB regular season kicked off in April with reigning champions the Los Angeles Dodgers seeking to win back to back titles. Their campaign began just as the last had finished with a brilliant start resulting in a strong 13-2 record. However, this form was short lived with the Dodgers suffering a horrible recent record of five successive defeats.

The consecutive losses mark some of the Dodgers’ worst form since 2017 and 2018 where they also endured similar periods of turmoil. Their wider form guide makes for grim reading with 15 losses in their last 20 fixtures leaving their current record at 18-17. However, the talent within the team suggests that this is just a blip and there are still a lot of fixtures left to salvage the season.

Early season favorites and rivals to the Dodgers come in the form of the New York Mets and Chicago White Sox. The White Sox suffered a sticky patch of form early on in the campaign but have put together a series of impressive results and currently sit first in the American Central League. The Met’s also sit first in their respective league after securing a 4-2 victory against the Arizona Diamondbacks with McNeil and Lindor teaming up to produce all four runs after the pair had a bust up in the home team’s dugout recently.

Outside of the title favorites there have been notable performances from the San Francisco Giants and Seattle Mariners. The Giants are currently in first place in the National League West whilst many had tipped them to struggle during the pre-season predictions. Standout performers include Kevin Gausman and Johnny Cueto who have both massively contributed to their second-best average game score of 58.3. The Mariners are also performing to a high level having reduced the pressure on star duo Kyle Lewis and Kyle Seager who accounted for 45% of their run production last season. They have built a well-rounded squad with exciting up and coming players in the form of Ty France. Currently they sit second in the American League West standings with a record mirroring that of the LA Dodgers who they face off with on Thursday morning.

Now that the season is well underway it will be interesting to see if the Dodgers can bounce back? Will the Mets and the White Sox keep up the early season momentum and who will emerge as the dark horses? Follow the action on ESPN Player with May’s upcoming fixtures below and much more live action scheduled right up until the end of the regular season in October.

Date

Time (ET)

Away

Home

Sport Code

US Network

Game

12 May 2021

7:30pm

STL

MIL

BBMW

INET Only

Wednesday Night

14 May 2021

7pm

LAA

BOS

BBIM

INET Only

Friday Night

16 May 2021

7pm

STL

SD

BBMS

ESPN

Sunday Night

17 May 2021

7pm

NYM

ATL

BBMY

ESPN

Monday Night

18 May 2021

8pm

NYY

TEX

BBMW

ESPN

Wednesday Night

19 May 2021

7pm

NYM

ATL

BBMW

INET Only

Wednesday Night

21 May 2021

7pm

CWS

NYY

BBIM

INET Only

Friday Night

23 May 2021

7pm

CHC

STL

BBMS

ESPN

Sunday Night

24 May 2021

8pm

STL

CWS

BBMY

ESPN

Monday Night

25 May 2021

7pm

TOR

NYY

BBMT

INET Only

Tuesday Night

26 May 2021

7:30pm

LAD

HOU

BBMW

ESPN

Wednesday Night

28 May 2021

8pm

SD

HOU

BBIM

INET Only

Friday Night

30 May 2021

7pm

ATL

NYM

BBMS

ESPN

Sunday Night

31 May 2021

1pm

MIN

BAL

BBMR

ESPN

Holiday MLB

31 May 2021

4pm

BOS

HOU

BBMR

ESPN

Holiday MLB

31 May 2021

8pm

PIT

KC

BBMY

ESPN

Monday Night

ESPN Player will show 10 MLB regular season games across the following European territories: Andorra, France, Spain, Netherlands, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, , Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vatican City, Israel, Italy, Malta, San Marino

Post season games are available in all regions apart from: Spain, France, Andorra

New subscriptions include a 7-day free trial.

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  • ESPN Player will show 10 regular season MLB fixtures per week in Europe, please refer to available territories list above
  • Tune into ESPN Player to catch all the action using our link https://bit.ly/ESPNMisterbaseball
  • ESPN Player is only available in English
  • New subscriptions include a 7-day free trial
  • Terms and conditions apply

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