If you’re a baseball fan, then you’ve probably heard about the new logo for MLB Scores ESPN. It was unveiled last week in time for the Houston Astros to win their NLDS series against the Atlanta Braves. However, what you may not know is that ESPN has also changed the on-screen graphics for the New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals. If you’re not sure which changes will affect you, read on.
NLDS Series Ended in Favor of MLB Scores ESPN
The 2005 NLDS ended in favor of the Houston Astros, 2-1. The series began with Atlanta’s Chris Martin and Drew Smyly combined to pitch a complete game. Atlanta’s starting pitchers combined to allow the Astros to score only one run through six innings and hold Los Angeles to just one hit. Game four featured the first two-strike out of Atlanta’s starter, Tim Hudson.
The Astros are now looking to make a statement in Game 6. The Braves started game five as a false hope, but the Astros scored six runs in the fourth inning off of Fried. The Braves were not able to score in Game 4, but they did have enough runs to take Game 5 and advance to the NLCS. They now need one more win to win the World Series for the first time since 1995.
After the NLDS, Atlanta and Houston will face off in a best-of-seven postseason series. In the past, these teams have faced each other four times. Atlanta won the first two matchup in 2014 but the Astros won all four games a year later. The Astros had originally been scheduled to finish the regular season in Atlanta, but due to a pandemic effect, they were forced to settle for the AL West instead. The Astros scheduled to play the Braves in three games in August 2019.
New logo for ESPN’s MLB Telecasts
The ESPN network has introduced a new logo for its MLB broadcasts. The network also changed the graphics used for its Monday Night Football broadcasts. Instead of the traditional score banner, the graphics use dots for outs, balls, and strikes. The logo also features a new pitch count that was first used for broadcasts of the New York Yankees on the YES Network. This change marks the first time the networks’ graphics have completely overhauled.
The new look introduced in June to coincide with the launch of the network’s new sports channels. MLB Scores ESPN has a long history of developing original programming. The network has a large following of casual fans who tune in to the network’s broadcasts to stay informed on the latest trends in baseball. It also provide content that has a global reach, which means that the network’s programming is not just gear towards Americans but has a broad appeal. Its sports coverage is popular with the general public and it is easy to watch and learn.
The network started airing Major League Baseball on television in 1998, following the CBS Radio network. The network will carry over 175 games in its first four seasons, including the Sunday Night Baseball doubleheader, Opening Day, and the Home Run Derby. It will also air multiple games during the postseason, including the World Series and the wild card round. It will also air select games on holidays. For more information, visit the official website of Major League Baseball.
Changing on Screen Graphics for New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals
The MLB Scores ESPN graphics for Tuesday’s game between the New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals are now available. The Mets and Cardinals are set to meet in game one of a doubleheader at 2:10 PM CDT. The game is also televise in New York on SNY and nationwide on MLB Network. FuboTV will stream the game live. The Mets currently sit at the top of the MLB standings with a 14-5 record.
The two teams have not played since April 20, when New York won two out of three games in St. Louis. The Cardinals had won two of the three games during that span, but lost the third. Alonso’s walk-off homer in the 10th inning was crucial, as were the Mets’ four home runs. The Cardinals’ pitcher, Max Scherzer, will miss six to eight weeks because of a left oblique injury. The MRI results were negative, but Scherzer’s absence from the game is likely to prolonged.