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The Yankees’ Schedule
The New York Yankees are scheduled to play at 1:05 PM EDT today. The game will be broadcast on the YES Network.
The New York Yankees are a professional baseball team based in The Bronx, New York City. They compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. They are one of two major league clubs based in New York City; the other is the National League’s (NL) Mets. The Yankees began play in 1901 as an expansion team, and eventually won 27 World Series, more than any other MLB team.
The Yankees have played their home games at Yankee Stadium since 1923. Previously, they had shared the Polo Grounds with the New York Giants of the NL. With a total capacity of over 53,000 spectators, Yankee Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in Major League Baseball and the second-largest sporting venue in North America after Michigan Stadium.
The Yankees schedule is shown below. All times are ET.
Check out the schedule below to see when the Yankees have played in the past. (All times ET).
The Yankees’ Lineup
The Yankees are set to take on the Rays at 7:05 PM EST tonight. Here is their lineup for the game.
The Yankees’ current pitching rotation is:
1. Gerrit Cole
2. Masahiro Tanaka
3. James Paxton
4. J.A. Happ
5. Jordan Montgomery
1. Aaron Judge, RF
2. Giancarlo Stanton, DH
3. Gary Sánchez, C
4. Gleyber Torres, SS
5. Miguel Andújar, 3B
6. Luke Voit, 1B
7. Brett Gardner, CF
8. Greg Bird/Tyler Austin, 1B/DH
9. Neil Walker/Ronald Torreyes, 2B
How to Watch the Yankees
The Yankees play today at 7:05pm EST. The game will be broadcast on the YES Network. You can also catch the game on MLB.TV if you have a subscription.
Local and National TV Broadcasts
You can watch the Yankees on TV either through a local or national broadcast.
For local broadcasts, you can find the Yankees on YES (Yankees Entertainment & Sports Network). For those who live outside of the New York Tri-state area, you can find a list of YES Network affiliates here.
For national broadcasts, you can find the Yankees on ESPN, Fox Sports, and MLB Network.
If you can’t make it to the stadium, catch the game on radio! Here is how you can listen to a Yankees game on the radio:
· Find your local Yankees radio affiliate
In order to find your local radio station that broadcasts Yankees games, you can visit MLB.com and search for your city or ZIP code in the “Find Local Stations” tool. Once you find your local station, make a note of the call letters or frequency so you can easily tune in when game time rolls around.
· Tune in to your local Yankees radio station
Be sure to tune in to your chosen station a few minutes before game time so you don’t miss any of the pre-game show. When it’s time for first pitch, sit back and enjoy the game!
Assuming you live in the Yankees’ home market of New York, New Jersey or Connecticut, the best way to watch the team is with a pay-TV subscription that includes YES Network. If you have such a subscription, you can watch every Yankees game on YES through your TV provider’s website or app.
If you don’t have a pay-TV subscription that includes YES Network, there are still several ways to watch. The MLB.tv cable-free, live-TV service offers two different packages: The $24.99/month “MVP” plan lets you watch every out-of-market Major League Baseball game live or on demand, and also provides access to MLB Network, but does not include home or away local teams’ games. The $119.99/year “Home Run Derby” plan includes everything in the MVP plan, plus one home and one away game for every team — but only when those teams are playing each other.
In addition to MLB.tv, AT&T’s DirecTV Now has a “Just Right” package that includes YES Network and costs $50 per month, while Sony’s PlayStation Vue service has a “Core” bundle that also includes YES Network and starts at $45 per month. Both services require internet and allow you to watch on your TV via a streaming player like a Roku or Amazon Fire TV Stick, on your computer via your web browser, or on mobile devices.