We all miss baseball. And while MLB's #OpeningDayAtHome on Thursday was a good way to get some baseball in since we missed out on actual Opening Day, we're still in limbo not knowing when we'll see live baseball again.
To help out with that, MLB is showing even more classic games this week, with #MLBAtHome on its social media channels.
Each night the league will broadcast a notable game on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube, giving baseball fans something to watch and hold them over for the next week. What happens after Sunday, I don't know.
The games on the schedule look like they'll be pretty good. The whole thing kicks off tonight with a replay of the 2019 Home Run Derby featuring Pete Alonso and Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. in the finals. Last year's derby was one of the best that I can remember, so they're setting the bar high starting off with that event.
Other games we'll get to see this week include Roy Halladay's no-hitter in the 2010 NLDS, Derek Jeter's final career game and David Bote's walk-off grand slam against the Nationals in 2018 (this one is especially worth watching since it features Nationals heartbreak).
Unfortunately, no Braves games are lined up for broadcast this week, and they are showing the Nationals' win in the 2019 Wild Card game that kicked off their World Series run.
However, this isn't your only way to watch baseball. Every game from the 2018 and 2019 seasons is available on MLB.TV for free right now. So find some games you wanna watch, whether you re-live a whole season of your favorite team or just watch the highlights, because it looks like we'll be at home for a while.
Matthew Atkins, Journalist and Baseball fan.