Re: ESPN Sunday Night Schedule released...and the Reds are not featured.
Originally Posted by westofyou
The Pirates haven't been on in 12 years , but the NFL has been kicking MLB butts on TV since the 70's, no amount of Pirates or Reds games on Sunday is going to change that, football is a perfect TV sport played when the weather is bad.
Baseball does just fine without worrying about football and all the games are on anyway, whether ESPN deems them worthy or not.
What I was sort of alluding to is that to be more fair, I would think that ESPN would find enough room to fit every team on their schedule and air additional games that draw traditionally large ratings. There is plenty of time between Sunday Night Baseball and their mid-week national telecast to fit the needs of all teams, in my opinion.
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