New York Yankees third baseman Gio Urshela (left) slides safely to home plate after hitting a two-RBI triple to Tampa Bay Rays catcher Michael Perez in a celebrated game. On September 1. (JUSTIN LANE)
Baseball fans who are watching the action of the Major League Baseball postseason will be able to enjoy the games of the Divisional Series through an additional channel that Wapa Deportes has provided.
The channel specialized in sports programming announced that starting this Tuesday afternoon they will broadcast these games and the World Series, if necessary, through a free open television signal on 4.30 .
To enjoy this programming, viewers must rescan their television. During the transmission of games through the main screen of 4.2, information from other games in progress will sometimes be offered for the benefit of fans, it was reported.
According to the confirmed itinerary, this Tuesday the Atlanta Braves against the Miami Marlins (2:00 pm) and the San Diego Padres against the Los Angeles Dodgers (9:30 pm) will be broadcast on 4.30. . The start of the game the Braves and the Marlins can also be seen by the 4.2 until the second game of the day begins.
The games between the Houston Astros and the Oakland Athletics (4:30 pm) and the New York Yankees versus the Tampa Bay Rays (8:00 pm) will be seen by the 4.2.
Tomorrow's schedule is quite similar to today's with the Marlins versus the Braves games (2:00 pm) and the Padres against the Dodgers (9:00 pm) by 4.30. Like this Tuesday, the start of the Braves and Marlins game tomorrow can also be seen by 4.2 until the second game of the day begins.
Likewise, you can see the Astros versus the Athletics (3:30 pm) and the Yankees against the Rays (7:00 pm) by 4.2.
“We are offering our viewers an additional opportunity to enjoy their favorite games live and use the dual screen only when necessary to give updates to viewers. We opened this signal, initially, for the remainder of the MLB post-season , with a view to being able to take advantage of this space to offer alternative sports content for all fans later on, “said Francisco 'Paco' Vargas, manager of Wapa Deportes, in written statements.