After over four months of waiting, Giants baseball that counts is back.
Opening Night is here, and after the New York Yankees and Washington Nationals face off first, the Giants and ace Johnny Cueto will take the field against the rival Los Angeles Dodgers. Dodgers star Clayton Kershaw was scratched with back stiffness and has been placed on the Injured List, so the Dodgers will start Dustin May on the bump.
The coronavirus pandemic forced the MLB to suspend and eventually abbreviate the 2020 season to just 60 games. Numerous health and safety protocols are in effect, including the schedule being confined to just regional action, so the Giants only will go up against teams in the NL and AL West during the regular season.
Both of tonight’s Opening Night games will be televised on ESPN, but you still can see “Giants Pregame Live” on NBC Sports Bay Area beginning at 6:30 p.m. Immediately following tonight’s game, make sure to tune in to “Giants Postgame Live” on NBC Sports Bay Area for reaction and analysis.
Here’s how to watch Giants-Dodgers:
When: Thursday, July 23 at 7:08 p.m. PT
Stream: Watch ESPN
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Giants vs. Dodgers live stream: How to watch MLB Opening Day online, on TV originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area