Your Philadelphia Phillies are on the West Coast after dropping the Yankees over the weekend.
It’s three games in Los Angeles, then a break on Thursday, followed by a three-game set against Gabe Kapler’s first-place Giants.
That series will be broadcasted on NBC’s streaming service, Peacock.
Major League Baseball (MLB) and Peacock today announced the Philadelphia Phillies at San Francisco Giants three-game series on June 18, 19 and 20 will be presented on Peacock nationwide. During Father’s Day weekend, fans anywhere in the U.S. can watch Buster Posey, Brandon Crawford and the first place Giants host Bryce Harper, Andrew McCutchen and the Phillies for free. Sign up for Peacock at peacocktv.com/sports.
The weekend series on Peacock combines the announcing teams of both historic franchises together in one broadcast for a unique presentation for all fans. Jon Miller (Giants) will serve as play-by-play announcer, alongside analysts Mike Krukow (Giants), John Kruk (Phillies), and Jimmy Rollins (Phillies) live from Oracle Park. The live coverage will also include special features and guest contributors. Additionally, Peacock will deliver comprehensive pregame coverage leading up to each game.
I just picture the 67-year-old retired baseball fan sitting down to watch the game and then having to call up his son or daughter to ask what Peacock is and how he gets it. Is that an unfair stereotype? Dunno, but that’s what comes to mind.