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Preview Roundups
May 27, 2022
San Francisco at Cincinnati 6:40 PM ET
The San Francisco Giants have had a rougher time in 2022 than during their 107-win season of a year ago. But the defending National League West champions are still hopeful of rediscovering their dominating ways as they visit the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night in the opener of a three-game weekend series.
Colorado at Washington 7:05 PM ET
The Colorado Rockies have been done in by their road record in nearly every season, and it looks like 2022 is going to deliver the same bad news.
Baltimore at Boston 7:10 PM ET
While the Baltimore Orioles had a much-needed chance to rest up, the Boston Red Sox did more to suggest they have heated up.
Cleveland at Detroit 7:10 PM ET
Shane Bieber will look to continue his dominance against the Tigers when the Cleveland Guardians play the second game of a four-game series in Detroit on Friday.
Philadelphia at NY Mets 7:10 PM ET
The New York Mets aren't used to losing series. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Phillies aren't used to nights like Thursday, when their ace pitcher earned a win and their defense was solid.
NY Yankees at Tampa Bay 7:10 PM ET
Round 1 in the heavyweight bout for American League East supremacy went to the division-leading New York Yankees in big way on Thursday night in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Miami at Atlanta 7:20 PM ET
The Atlanta Braves owned the Miami Marlins for the past seven seasons, but the Floridians are attempting to change the conversation this season.
Kansas City at Minnesota 8:10 PM ET
One of the quirks of the 2022 baseball schedule is repeat matchups with little time in between.
Toronto at LA Angels 9:38 PM ET
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is back in his father's old stomping grounds, and the Toronto Blue Jays' slugger hopes he will find his stroke against the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night in Anaheim, Calif.
LA Dodgers at Arizona 9:40 PM ET
Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman can almost go overlooked at times in the team's star-studded lineup, which includes Trea Turner and Mookie Betts.
Pittsburgh at San Diego 9:40 PM ET
The San Diego Padres consistently play winning ball against teams with losing records.
Houston at Seattle 9:40 PM ET
This was the season the Houston Astros were expected to take a step back following the departure of another star, Carlos Correa, in free agency.
Texas at Oakland 9:40 PM ET
The Texas Rangers and host Oakland Athletics will look for improved performances at the plate on Friday night when the American League West rivals play the second contest of their four-game series.