The Colorado Rockies and Oakland Athletics open a two-game series in Oakland on Tuesday night. Here is some pertinent information on the series and how fans can watch it.
Coming off a season-opening series win in Arlington against the Texas Rangers (and an off day on Monday), the Colorado Rockies make their first trip of 2020 to California to continue interleague play against the Oakland A’s.
Colorado’s Antonio Senzatela (11-11, 6.71 ERA in 2019) will face off against Oakland’s Daniel Mengden (5-2, 4.83 ERA in 2019) in the series opener on Tuesday night (scheduled for 7:40 p.m. Mountain time). In Wednesday’s series finale (scheduled for 1:40 p.m. Mountain time), German Marquez and Frankie Montas will each make their second starts of the season for Colorado and Oakland, respectively.
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Tuesday’s series opener can be seen on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain (Colorado’s television provider) as well as NBC Sports California (Oakland’s television provider). Here is a list of all locations where NBC Sports California can be seen on various cable providers.
Wednesday’s matchup is scheduled to be on the television providers listed above, as well as ESPN (out-of-market only).
For Rockies fans who don’t have access to television channels listed above, there are streaming options available. That includes purchasing the AT&T TV Now package which you can find more information on here. MLB.tv will also be carrying the games (blackout restrictions will apply) and there are other streaming options through companies such as FreeTVee.com and Fubo.
Below are the lineups for Tuesday’s game.
David Dahl (L), CF
Trevor Story (R), SS
Charlie Blackmon (L), RF
Nolan Arenado (R), 3B
Daniel Murphy (L), 1B
Ryan McMahon (L), 2B
Raimel Tapia (L), DH
Sam Hilliard (L), LF
Tony Wolters (L), C
Marcus Semien (R), SS
Ramon Laureano (R), CF
Matt Chapman (R), 3B
Matt Olson (L), 1B
Mark Canha (R), RF
Khris Davis (R), DH
Robbie Grossman (S), LF
Chad Pinder (R), 2B
Austin Allen (L), C