2023 MLB: Who plays today Saturday, April 1 Times, schedule | How to watch on TV and online
Once again, every team in MLB is playing today and there are some spicy matchups on offer as the 2023 MLB season moves into gear
Baseball being a game of series rather than single games, most teams who began their Opening Day contests entered into a three-game series with their opponents. As the third day of the 2023 MLB season, today will be either sweep or split for everyone across the board.
The Yankees got off to a blinder against the Giants and will be looking to capitalize on that early success. Likewise the Dodgers, who took game one from the Diamondbacks, will be out to prove that they really are the team to beat in the National League West.
The Astros had their hands full with the White Sox on Opening Day and are struggling without their talismanic second baseman, but will be trying to show everyone around the league, particularly the Yankees, that they are still the team to beat in the American League.
The Rangers shocked the Phillies on Opening Day and the big off-season moves the they made, picking up Bruce Bochy and a stellar bullpen are perhaps starting to click in Arlington. But the Phillies have made moves of their own and are a championship-grade team. They will want to show that the early success that Texas had against them was blip rather than a problem
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All eyes will be on the big three: the Yankees, the Dodgers, and the Astros. All three are expected to top their divisions and will be staking a claim as the toughest team in the Show right now.
The Phillies loss to Texas will have raised eyebrows but at this early stage, nobody should get too excited.
And while the Mets are also under the spotlight with their supercharged roster, they were expected to sweep the Marlins so anything less will be seen as interesting, if not quite concerning just yet.
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