How to watch Guardians vs. Los Angeles Angels on ‘MLB Sunday Leadoff’
The Cleveland Guardians begin a three-game home series against the Los Angeles Angels on Friday, May 12.
The first two games of the three-game set will air on Bally Sports Great Lakes as usual, but the series’ away game on Sunday will be part of NBC’s new “MLB Sunday Leadoff” on Peacock.
If Guardians fans want to watch the final game of the series against the Angels, they will have to access the Peacock stream.
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Here are the details:
What is Peacock and how do I download the streaming app?
Peacock is the NBC streaming app. It is available for download on most devices and is free to download.
Do you need a Peacock subscription to watch the Guardians vs Angels game?
While the YouTube and Apple TV games are free, and the ESPN games are on cable, MLB Sunday Leadoff games require a subscription to the Peacock streaming service to watch.
How much does the Peacock streaming app cost?
The subscription fee for NBC’s Peacock streaming app starts at $4.99 per month. The “Plus” membership plan on Peacock comes with additional features and costs $9.99 per month, but does not require watching MLB Sunday Leadoff.
Will the Guardians game also be televised on Bally Sports Great Lakes?
The Guardians’ last of three home games against the Halos will not be carried on the regular TV partner station. It will be broadcast exclusively on Peacock.
Will the Guardians be on Peacock again?
The Guardians home game on August 6 against the Chicago White Sox is also scheduled to be played on Peacock.
Who is going to play on Sunday for the Guardians vs Angels game?
At the time of writing, right-hander Tanner Bibee is expected to take the mound for the final out against the Angels.
Bibee has been mostly solid in a limited sample size since being called up to the majors. He sported a 1-0 record with a 2.45 ERA over his first two starts, but his ERA jumped to 4.30 after a mediocre showing against the Detroit Tigers on Monday (3.2 innings pitched, seven strikeouts , four earned runs with just two strikeouts. ).
The Angels have yet to announce who will start Sunday, with lefties Tyler Anderson and Reid Detmers set to pitch Games 1 and 2 of the series.
This article originally appeared on the Akron Beacon Journal: How to watch Guardians/Angels game for ‘MLB Sunday Leadoff’