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According to MLB.com, there are 15 Major League Baseball games scheduled for today, Friday, August 7th. Of those 15 games, 12 will be played in the afternoon and evening hours, with first pitch times ranging from 1:05 pm EDT to 10:10 pm EDT. The remaining 3 games will take place during the daytime hours, with first pitches at 12:35 pm EDT, 4:05 pm EDT, and 4:10 pm EDT.
The American League of Major League Baseball is made up of 15 teams, and they are divided into three divisions: the East, Central, and West. The schedule for today’s games is as follows:
Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles – 1:05 PM EDT
New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays – 1:10 PM EDT
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers – 1:10 PM EDT
Kansas City Royals vs. Cleveland Indians – 4:05 PM EDT
Minnesota Twins vs. Chicago White Sox – 8:10 PM EDT
Houston Astros vs. Texas Rangers – 8:15 PM EDT
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Oakland Athletics – 10:05 PM EDT
Seattle Mariners vs.
The National League is also made up of 15 teams, which are divided into three divisions: the East, Central, and West. Today’s schedule for National League games is as follows:
The National League is one of the two leagues that make up Major League Baseball in the United States and Canada. It consists of 15 teams, and each team plays 162 games during the regular season. The regular season runs from late March/early April to late September/early October. The playoffs then take place in October, with the World Series being played in November.
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