I’m really, really worried about your team. The rankings (records through Wednesday’s games): 1. Houston Astros (31-16; Previous: 3): Three years since Sports Illustrated said they’d win in ’17, and now everything feels a little stale. 2. Washington Nationals
With the first game streaming to Facebook last week, Major League Baseball will begin streaming games live to Twitter. The deal between the social media platform and MLB was announced last year. Financial terms were not released. The first game will stream on Friday between the Texas Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays at 7:05 pm EDT. After that game, the schedule will shift to games each Tuesday. Here is the Tuesday night schedule of out-of-market MLB games streamed to Twitter (subject to change; blackout restrictions apply): 5/30: Boston Red Sox vs. Chicago White Sox, 8:10 pm EDT 6/6: Miami Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs, 8:05 pm EDT 6/13: LA Dodgers vs. Cleveland Indians, 7:10 pm EDT 6/20: Washington
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer of SweetSpot baseball blog Former deputy editor of Page 2 Been with ESPN.com since 1995 Follow on Twitter You might have seen that the New York Yankees have opened up a section in right field in honor of slugging rookie Aaron Judge, adding some faux wood paneling to three rows of seats and calling it The Judge’s Chambers. For now the Yankees aren’t selling tickets for the section, but selecting fans to sit there. Cool idea. The most popular fan section in the majors is the King’s Court area at Safeco Field, in honor of Felix Hernandez. For games Hernandez pitches, a ticket in the section includes a yellow King’s Court T-shirt and "K" card.