This July, watch these five titanic MLB series live if you can because many of them could serve as previews for the playoffs.
Do you need an excuse to visit an MLB ballpark in July? You might pass out if you watch these five massive series on the schedule following the All-Star Break.
Who cares about the cost of a stadium hot dog, the summer traffic, or the scorching temperatures? It’s worth going to witness these major MLB series live.
1. July 21: A doubleheader between the New York Yankees and Houston Astros.
Could this be the best start to the regular season after the All-Star Break? Two games were played between the Houston Astros and the New York Yankees. Due to the MLB lockout, these two were rescheduled from early April. This matchup’s scheduling committee should be promoted. At the very least, send them to this doubleheader.
The two teams considered to be favorites in the American League are the Yankees and Astros. It’s a safe assumption to expect these two will face off in the ALCS despite how great some other clubs have been during the year and how hot some have been lately. It has previously occurred. It will take a lot of bad luck for one of them to prevent it from happening again.
Even if the Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox game before the All-Star Game is fantastic, you really must watch this double-dip following it. The Yankees and Astros rarely face off against one another. Houston’s playoff-like atmosphere will put both teams’ resiliency to the test. Read More