Mariners vs Giants: How to live stream, time, venue, where to watch, who will win and all the pre-buzz around the interleague clash
An interesting interleague clash is all set to light up the MLB fans on Tuesday. It is the Seattle Mariners taking on the San Francisco Giants in an AL West vs NL West matchup. Both teams are placed third on the table and will be looking to put their hat in for the playoffs contention. The Mariners swept the Texas Rangers 4-0 ahead of their two-game clash against the Giants. For the Giants, a game on the home turf sees them come off a 3-1 win against the Arizona Diamondbacks with a home record of 12-9.
Here's a quick primer ahead of the even contest.
The game will start at 9.45 pm ET on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
Both teams will square-off at the Oracle Park, San Francisco, CA.
Where to watch?
The clash can be watched live on ROOTNW and NBCS-BA. Fans can also listen to the live commentary on 710 ESPN, Mariners Radio Network, knbr 680 and 1510 AM-KSFN.
How to live stream?
Fans can catch the game on MLB.TV as well as the My Stream App. MLB.TV is still the most preferred app as it comes with a slashed price of $59.99 keeping in mind the shortened season. A complete subscription provides viewers with access to the full regular season, the playoffs and the World Series. Other options that viewers can look for is YouTube TV that gives access to ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1, MLB Network and TBS at $64.99. Hulu and fuboTV have some similar options available.
The third-placed Mariners in the AL West will be looking at outfielder Kyle Lewis to slug it out for them. He has nine homers to his credit. Ljay Newsome is the Mariners' starting pitcher. For the Giants, Logan Webb will start off and this will be his first time playing the Mariners. The side will be counting on Infielder Wilmer Flores who has nine dingers to his name and is the team's leading scorer so far.
Who will win?
For starters, it is an even game in a way. The Giants have this knack of winning games when the odds are stacked against them while the Mariners come in high on confidence with a 8-14 Away record. It will be a tough call, but we'll go with the Mariners for this one.