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2005 MLB on FOX broadcast schedule

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Posted: 21 days ago

 

FOX Sports begins its coverage of the 2005 season on Saturday, May 21 (1 p.m. ET) with four intriguing interleague matchups including the New York Yankees' clash with a retooled Mets club, featuring Carlos Beltran and Pedro Martinez.

 

Other action includes Nomar Garciaparra and the Chicago Cubs hosting their South-Side rival Chicago White Sox, while Roger Clemens and the Houston Astros meet the Texas Rangers in a "Lone Star" state battle in Arlington. Plus, the Dodgers, including new additions Jeff Kent and Derek Lowe, welcome AL MVP Vladimir Guerrero and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to Dodger Stadium.

 

 

2005 MLB on FOX broadcast schedule

Saturday, May 21

Time (ET) Matchup

1 p.m. New York Yankees at New York Mets

Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs

4 p.m. Houston Astros at Texas Rangers

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Los Angeles Dodgers

Saturday, May 28

1 p.m. Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves

4 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Texas Rangers

San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants?

Saturday, June 4

1 p.m. San Francisco Giants at New York Mets

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Boston Red Sox?

4 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals at Houston Astros

Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox?

Saturday, June 11

3 p.m. New York Yankees at St. Louis Cardinals

Boston Red Sox at Chicago Cubs

Oakland Athletics at Atlanta Braves?

Saturday, June 18

3 p.m. Chicago Cubs at New York Yankees

Philadelphia Phillies at Oakland Athletics

Florida Marlins at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Saturday, June 25

1 p.m. Boston Red Sox at Philadelphia Phillies

Baltimore Orioles at Atlanta Braves?

4 p.m. Texas Rangers at Houston Astros

San Francisco Giants at Oakland Athletics?

Saturday, July 2

1 p.m. Florida Marlins at New York Mets

Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies?

4 p.m. Texas Rangers at Seattle Mariners

Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers?

Saturday, July 9

1 p.m. Washington Nationals at Philadelphia Phillies

Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles

Los Angeles Dodgers at Houston Astros

4 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals at San Francisco Giants?

Tuesday, July 12

8 p.m. 76th All-Star Game - Detroit, Mich.

Saturday, July 16

1 p.m. New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox

Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Indians?

4 p.m. San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers?

Saturday, July 23

3 p.m. Seattle Mariners at Cleveland Indians

Los Angeles Dodgers at New York Mets

Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals

San Diego Padres at Philadelphia Phillies?

Saturday, July 30

1 p.m. Washington Nationals at Florida Marlins

Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at New York Yankees?

4 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers?

Saturday, Aug. 6

1 p.m. Chicago Cubs at New York Mets

Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals

4 p.m. Baltimore Orioles at Texas Rangers

Houston Astros at San Francisco Giants?

Saturday, Aug. 13

1 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs

Arizona Diamondbacks at Atlanta Braves

4 p.m. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Seattle Mariners

New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers?

Saturday, Aug. 20

1 p.m. New York Yankees at Chicago White Sox

San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals

San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves?

4 p.m. Boston Red Sox at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim?

Saturday, Aug. 27

1 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals at Washington Nationals

Minnesota Twins at Texas Rangers?

4 p.m. New York Mets at San Francisco Giants

Philadelphia Phillies at Arizona Diamondbacks?

Saturday, Sept. 10

1 p.m. Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals?

4 p.m. Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants

San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers?

Saturday, Sept. 17

1 p.m. Atlanta Braves at New York Mets

St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs

Philadelphia Phillies at Florida Marlins?

4 p.m. Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants?

Saturday, Oct. 1

TBA The final Saturday is considered a "wild-card" date. Any game or games (up to four) on that day's schedule can be chosen at the network's discretion, given proper identification to Major League Baseball. Games selected will be announced one week prior.

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