Our MLB Games Today schedule is back for the 2022 MLB season. Major League Baseball ended its lockout, officially clearing the way for the 2022 season. The MLB offseason is behind us and now the regular season is underway. Let’s dive into our analysis of the MLB games today with the latest MLB standings available.
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MLB games today: Tuesday, July 5
There are 15 MLB games today. Tuesday’s MLB schedule begins in the late afternoon with the Seattle Mariners (40-42) vs San Diego Padres (47-35) at 4:10 PM ET. That is followed by a pair of matchups at 6:40 PM ET that sees the New York Mets (50-30) visit the Cincinnati Reds (27-52) and the Los Angeles Angels (37-44) face the Miami Marlins (38-40).
There are many other games taking place on Tuesday night. Another notable matchup includes the New York Yankees (58-22) against the Pittsburgh Pirates (32-47) at 7:05 PM ET and the Phillies (42-38) welcoming the Washington Nationals (29-53) to Philadelphia, also at 7:05 PM ET
You can find key dates on the MLB schedule below, including about the MLB trade deadline and 2022 MLB Draft.
When does the MLB season end?
The last game of the 2022 MLB schedule for the regular season will be played on Wednesday, October 5. With the expansion of the playoffs, MLB eliminated the tie-breaking 163rd game that teams typically played on Monday. The postseason will begin on Oct. 7, with the entire season concluding after the final out of the World Series. Our MLB playoff predictions reflect the latest standings and team outlooks each week.
Related: 2022 MLB predictions
When is the MLB trade deadline?
The MLB trade deadline is on Tuesday, August 2 at 6 PM EST. MLB had the ability to be flexible with the MLB trade deadline, choosing any date from July 28 – Aug. 3 thanks to the new CBA. Setting the deadline at 6 PM EST is a change from recent history, with the deadline often at 4 PM EST. Sportsnaut will provide extensive coverage of the MLB trade deadline throughout the 2022 season.
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Apple TV MLB schedule
Here are the MLB games that will be exclusively broadcasted on Apple TV+ on Fridays this season.
|Friday, July 8||Pirates @ Brewers||8 PM|
|Friday, July 8||Blue Jays @ Mariners||10 PM|
|Friday, July 15||Pirates @ Rockies||8:30 PM|
|Friday, July 15||Diamondbacks @ Rockies||9:30 PM|
Related: MLB standings 2022
Sunday Night Baseball schedule
ESPN is once again partnered with Major League Baseball for another season. Here are the games on the 2022 MLB schedule that will be broadcasted on ESPN.
|July 10||Yankees @ Red Sox||7:00 PM|
How much does MLB.tv cost?
MLB.tv, which allows baseball fans to stream every out-of-market game is available throughout the 2022 MLB season. Here’s a cost breakdown for each MLB.TV package and there is a free trial. It’s a relatively solid deal that allows fans to watch nearly every game on the MLB schedule.
- Yearly package: $139.99
- Montly package: $24.99
- Single team: $119.99
When is the MLB Draft?
The 2022 MLB Draft will begin on Sunday, July 17 and it extends through Tuesday, July 19. The 2022 MLB Draft order is already determined based on the final standings from the 2021 season. The 2022 MLB Draft order can be found here.
When is the MLB All-Star game?
The 2022 MLB All-Star Game will be played on Tuesday, July 19 at Dodger Stadium. The 2022 Home Run Derby will take place on July 18. The T-Mobile Home Run Derby will be held on the July 18 broadcast on ESPN.
MLB schedule – All-Star Weekend
- All-Star Futures Game: Saturday, July 16 – Peacock
- All-Star Celebrity Softball Game: Saturday, July 16
- T-Mobile MLB Home Run Derby: Monday, July 18 – ESPN
- MLB All-Star Game: Tuesday, July 19 – FOX
When does MLB free agency start?
MLB free agents could sign with a new team five days after the World Series. The five-day period gives teams an exclusive window to negotiate with their impending free-agent talent. With no MLB lockout, the 2022-’23 offseason will run smoothly with trades and signings in the winter.
Related: MLB free agents 2023
This article was originally published on Sportsnaut.com and is republished here with permission.