Boston at Baltimore 1:05 PM ET
While the Boston Red Sox finished April with a slightly better record than the Baltimore Orioles, the AL East foes share the common trait of constantly being involved in close games.
Minnesota at Tampa Bay 1:10 PM ET
The Minnesota Twins and host Tampa Bay Rays have taken turns notching comfortable wins heading into Sunday's series finale, and the Twins are waiting to see about star center fielder Byron Buxton.
San Diego at Pittsburgh 1:35 PM ET
The Pittsburgh Pirates will see the San Diego Padres' Eric Hosmer and Manny Machado, and will raise them Bryan Reynolds.
Houston at Toronto 1:37 PM ET
The visiting Houston Astros will be glad to say goodbye to former teammate George Springer Sunday afternoon after playing the rubber match of a three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Seattle at Miami 1:40 PM ET
The Seattle Mariners and the host Miami Marlins saved the best pitching matchup for last.
Chi. Cubs at Milwaukee 2:10 PM ET
Like his Milwaukee Brewer teammates, Corbin Burnes has looked sharp following a rough opening against the Chicago Cubs in 2022.
LA Angels at Chi. White Sox 2:10 PM ET
Jo Adell is expected to get the start in left field Sunday afternoon when the visiting Los Angeles Angels play the third game of their four-game set against the Chicago White Sox.
NY Yankees at Kansas City 2:10 PM ET
It's going to take a special pitching performance to shut down New York's offense and end the Yankees' eight-game winning streak.
Arizona at St. Louis 2:15 PM ET
The host St. Louis Cardinals will welcome third baseman Nolan Arenado back into the lineup Sunday after he served a one-game suspension Saturday against the Arizona Diamondbacks because of his role in a benches-clearing brawl last week.
Atlanta at Texas 2:35 PM ET
The Texas Rangers will try to produce more first-inning magic when they play the rubber game of the three-game series on Sunday against the visiting Atlanta Braves in Arlington, Texas.
Cincinnati at Colorado 3:10 PM ET
The Colorado Rockies struggled at the end of their recent road trip, but they have enjoyed returning home.
Washington at San Francisco 4:05 PM ET
Right-hander Josiah Gray hopes to show the San Francisco Giants how much he's grown in the past nine months when he takes the mound for the Washington Nationals in the finale of a three-game road series on Sunday afternoon.
Cleveland at Oakland 4:07 PM ET
Oakland Athletics right-hander James Kaprielian will take the mound for his season debut on Sunday in the finale of a three-game series against the visiting Cleveland Guardians.
Detroit at LA Dodgers 4:10 PM ET
Walker Buehler finally got a chance to finish what he started in his most recent outing.
Philadelphia at NY Mets 7:08 PM ET
On Friday night, the Philadelphia Phillies became just the second team ever to be no-hit by the New York Mets.