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WHERE TO WATCH: MLB Mexico City Series

 Matt Marsh  |    Apr 28th, 2024 9:44am EDT

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Here is some info on where to watch and what to expect for the primetime games on Sunday, April 28.

ESPN will broadcast two games today, including the final one from the Mexico City Series.

Houston Astros (8-19) @ Colorado Rockies (7-20), 4:05 EST, ESPN

Odds: Houston -210 (ESPNBet)

Probable Starters: Framber Valdez (HOU) 0-0, 2.19 ERA vs. Austin Gomber (COL) 0-1, 4.32 ERA

Preview: The Mexico City Series got underway last night, with the Astros slugging their way to a 12-4 victory. Coming off getting swept by the Cubs last week and going 2-8 in their last ten, the Astros needed a way to get their offense going. Maybe playing at the extreme altitude will help.

Valdez has dominated the Rockies in his career, posting a record of 2-0 in two career starts and an ERA of 1.32. Nothing has gone right this year for the Astros, who’ll depend on the lefty and the altitude to right the ship on Sunday.

Gomber has a 1-1 record against the Astros in his career, with a 4.50 ERA in two starts.

Find out more about the Mexico City Series and the historic ballpark it is being played:

Astros, Rockies Set to Square Off In Second MLB Mexico City Series

Chicago Cubs (17-10) @ Boston Red Sox (15-13), 7:00 EST, ESPN

Odds: Red Sox -135 (ESPNBet)

Probable Starters: Hayden Weneski (CHC) 2-0, 0.00 ERA vs. Tanner Houck (BOS) 3-2, 1.65 ERA

Preview: This weekend’s Sunday Night Baseball matchup features two historic franchises. Both known for prolonged World Series droughts and unique ballparks, the two meet with similar expectations for the 2024 season. They have split the three-game set, but the Red Sox got the last laugh, dominating Saturday’s game 17-0.

Both teams added pop to their lineups this year. The Cubs acquired slugging first baseman Michael Busch in a trade from the Dodgers this January. Busch has made it impossible to keep him out of the lineup; he’s been the Cubs’ best all-around hitter, leading them in HRs and batting average. The Red Sox have gotten much-needed production from free agent acquisition Tyler O’Neill. He trails only Mike Trout for the league lead in Home Runs this year.