Orioles vs. Red Sox spring home opener: Time, TV Channel, How to Watch




 

For the Baltimore Orioles, the focus isn't on the players who have already reached the major leagues, but rather on the players who are still working to get there.

Spring training presents a unique opportunity for fans to catch a glimpse of what the future will look like. They'll get their first look Sunday when the Orioles host the Boston Red Sox for their Grapefruit League home opener on Sunday.

Baltimore will kick off their spring training schedule against the Atlanta Braves on Saturday, but that game won't be televised in the DMV. So fans will have to wait until Sunday before the O's grace their television sets.

Here's everything you need to know before first pitch Sunday afternoon.

Orioles vs. Red Sox Spring Training Home Opener: How to Watch

Who: Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox
What: Grapefruit League home opener
When: Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 1:05 p.m. ET
Where: Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota, FL
TV Channel: You can watch Orioles vs. Red Sox on MASN



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