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Fox, ESPN will each broadcast a game of the London Series

London's Tower Bridge Closes Today For Three Months

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 30: A woman walks along the banks of the River Thames towards Tower Bridge on September 30, 2016 in London, England. Tower Bridge will shut tonight for the first time in 35 years for three months of vital structural repairs. The 122-year old landmark is used by 21000 vehicles every day and is one of the main crossings over the River Thames joining North London with South London. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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Major League Baseball just announced Fox and ESPN will each broadcast a game between the Yankees and the Red Sox in London next summer.

Fox -- and only Fox -- will broadcast the first game of the two-game set on Saturday, June 29. That game will start at 1:10PM Eastern time, which will be 6:10PM in London. ESPN will produce an exclusive telecast of the Sunday, June 30 game, which will get underway at 10:10AM Eastern time, 3:10PM London time. The top broadcast teams for each network will handle game-calling duties, with Joe Buck, John Smoltz and Ken Rosenthal working Saturday and Matt Vasgersian, Alex Rodriguez, Jessica Mendoza and Buster Olney working on Sunday.

No word if these guys will be there:

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