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MLB TO AIR HIGHLIGHT GAMES ON WHAT WOULD BE OPENING DAY

JAMES TUBB
MARCH 25, 2020  ·  15H50
Thursday March 26 would have been Opening Day for the Major League Baseball season. Rookies getting their chance to crack the roster and prove themselves, veterans taking the first step on a long road to the postseason, fans getting to watch their teams face off with aspirations of glory and success.

But this season will be different, whenever it does start. Since the suspension of spring training on March 12, fans and players have been in limbo on what they are to look forward to, and what is the next step to baseball being played again.

Now with baseball's and all major sports' return in the air, the MLB and MLB Network have teamed up to replay highlight games for every team on what would've been Opening Day.


The games will feature three no-hitters, two perfect games, eleven walk-off wins and five World Series winning games.

Games will be available across MLB's Twitter, Youtube and Facebook, with the first game starting at 8:30 a.m. featuring the Pittsburgh Pirates' 2013 Wild Card win and the Milwaukee Brewers' 2018 NLDS game one.



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