Colorado Rockies: Which 2017 Games Could Be Live Streamed on Twitter?
Beginning this Friday night, Major League Baseball and Twitter will begin a partnership where one Friday night game will be live streamed each week.
Earlier today, the announcement was made on which four games were to be live streamed on Twitter in April. The first will feature the Chicago Cubs visiting the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night. Other games in April include the New York Mets at Miami, Boston at Baltimore and Cincinnati at St. Louis.
So where does this leave the Colorado Rockies? Which games could be live streamed featuring the Rockies? Let’s take a look at some of the options.
With April already out of the plan, let’s look at some of the games which the Rockies play on Friday night that might be appealing to live stream.
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May 12 versus Los Angeles Dodgers
May 26 versus St. Louis
June 16 versus San Francisco
June 23 at Los Angeles Dodgers
July 14 at New York Mets
July 28 at Washington
August 11 at Miami
September 8 at Los Angeles Dodgers
September 29 versus Los Angeles Dodgers
Again, these are all Friday night games that are scheduled to be played in the evening. The games above were chosen based on that criteria as well as potential playoff teams who could be fighting with the Rockies for a postseason spot.
Twitter made the announcement that it would work with Major League Baseball on live streaming games this season shortly after Amazon was announced as the new Thursday Night Football streaming partner. With the NFL moving to Amazon, partnering with Major League Baseball makes sense for Twitter.
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