ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell visits Busch Stadium on Sunday, May 26th, as Paul Goldschmidt and the St. Louis Cardinals host Freddie Freeman and the Atlanta Braves at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.
The second year broadcast team of Matt Vasgersian, World Series Champion Alex Rodriguez, Olympic gold medalist Jessica Mendoza and reporter Buster Olney will provide commentary. In addition, Sunday Night Baseball is available on ESPN Radio with Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton describing the action. Sunday Night Baseball is an exclusive, nationally televised game, and is also be available on ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes Radio and on the ESPN App.
Baseball Tonight: Sunday Night Countdown presented by Chevrolet will precede the game at 6 p.m. on ESPN, hosted by Karl Ravech, Eduardo Perez and Tim Kurkjian, before the action at Busch Stadium.
On Memorial Day, May 27, ESPN will broadcast Holiday Baseball telecast presented by White Claw Hard Seltzer before Monday Night Baseball presented by USAA at 8 p.m, when the first place Los Angeles Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw will host the New York Mets and Jacob deGrom as the two aces are the projected starters for the game. This telecast is subject to blackout restrictions in the Los Angeles market.
The Memorial Day tripleheader begins at 1 p.m. when Anthony Rendon and the Washington Nationals host Curtis Granderson and the Miami Marlins. Dan Shulman and two-time World Series Champion David Ross will call the telecast and it will be available everywhere nationally on ESPN.
Immediately following at 4 p.m., the reigning World Series Champion Boston Red Sox and Mookie Betts will host the Carlos Santana and the Cleveland Indians. The game will be called by a roster of veteran broadcasters, with Karl Ravech, Eduardo Perez and Tim Kurkjian on ESPN and Keith Olbermann and Jim Bowden calling the action on ESPN Radio. This telecast will be subject to blackout restrictions in the Boston market.