#MLBAtHome: Major League Baseball May 14, 2020 0:15:40 GMT
Post by Admin on May 14, 2020 0:15:40 GMT
2001 All-Star Game (Seattle) | #MLBAtHome
Let's look back at the 2001 All-Star Game from Seattle, where new Mariner Ichiro Suzuki played in front of his home fans!
2019 World Series Game 1 (Nationals vs. Astros) | #MLBAtHome
Major League Baseball (MLB) has collaborated with The Wild, Jungle Creations’ creative agency, to produce its new 10-week YouTube series ‘Bases Covered’, designed to keep British and European fans entertained and excited about baseball.
Filmed and produced entirely during lockdown, ‘Bases Covered’ sees sports journalist and Boston Red Sox fan, Max Whittle and Hashtag United player and influencer, Jemel One Five challenged to recruit a roster of celebrity influencers to form their own baseball team, without leaving their homes.
Each weekly episode will focus on a specific element of baseball from themes like batting and pitching to those that surround the sport like ballpark food and fan culture. They'll be calling in favours from the US, with regular appearances from current and former MLB superstars to share their advice, allowing viewers to discover all the aspects of baseball that make the game so compelling.
The series will culminate with the team getting together to meet for the first time and play a game. Commenting on what people can expect from the series, Max Whittle said: “Ultimately it is two Brits, both representing the global expansion of baseball that we have seen in recent years, presenting from two very different angles. Myself, the established fan and broadcaster and Jemel, a YouTuber and new fan who will learn about the game along the way. Expect fun, engaging content that will often be straight out of left field!”