Orioles vs Mariners MLB 2022 Live Stream (6/27) How to Watch Online TV Info Time

The Seattle Mariners host the Baltimore Orioles in MLB 2022 action at T-Mobile Park in Seattle on Monday, June 27. The game will be streamed live on ESPN+.

George Kirby will start on the mound for the Mariners against right-hander Tyler Wells for the Orioles. Baltimore is 34-40 this season while Seattle is also 34-40.

The Mariners vs. Orioles game begins at 9:10 p.m. Central (10:10 p.m. Eastern) and will be streamed live on ESPN+, which is available for $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. ROOT Sports Northwest and MASN2 will broadcast the game regionally.


A look at what’s happening around the majors today:


Major League Baseball is sure to issue penalties soon after the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels got into a major brawl in Anaheim this weekend.

There were eight suspensions on Sunday – both managers plus three players on each team. The skirmish ended and began twice before Angels closer Raisel Iglesias threw a tub of sunflower seeds and another bucket of gum onto the infield.

Seattle’s Jesse Winker was hit by Andrew Wantz’s first throw of the second inning. In the first, Wantz threw a shot behind Julio Rodriguez’s head.

The pitch to Rodriguez certainly appeared to be a reaction to Erik Swanson’s 95 mph fastball near Mike Trout’s head in the ninth inning on Saturday night.

Los Angeles interim manager Phil Nevin and Seattle’s Scott Servais were thrown. The Angels lost Wantz, Iglesias and helper Ryan Tepera while Winker, Rodriguez and JP Crawford were ejected.

The game was delayed by about 18 minutes.


Trevor Story, Rafael Devers and JD Martinez look to help Boston continue its seven-game winning streak in the series opener in Toronto.

The Red Sox are fresh from a three-game sweep in Cleveland. They have won 11 of 13 and are 19-4 in June and are up 42-31 to a season high of 11 games over .500.

Rookie right-hander Connor Seabold, whose only previous major league appearance was in a game last year, starts for Boston. Kevin Gausman (5-6, 3.19 ERA) pitches for the Blue Jays.

Red Sox outfielder Jarren Duran and closer Tanner Houck will not be with the Toronto team because they are not vaccinated against COVID-19. Houck will throw Duran for batting practice at Fenway Park this week.


Ronald Acuña Jr. will likely benefit as the Braves have a day off while they tend to his injured left foot.

The Atlanta star fouled a ball from himself on Saturday night. He wasn’t in the lineup against the Dodgers Sunday night — tests showed no fracture, but he said he couldn’t put pressure on his foot.

Acuña hit .281 with seven homers and 18 RBIs on his return this year from a cruciate ligament tear in his right knee. He tore his ligament last July when he landed awkwardly trying to make a right field catch in Miami and missed the rest of the season as Atlanta won the World Series.

Acuña leads the Braves with 13 stolen bases and has returned to a mundane right field role after spending some time as a hitter-designated early in his comeback.


The Cardinals will see how Jack Flaherty is feeling a day after he left a start two innings due to a right shoulder tightness.

Flaherty made his third start of the season after missing the first 64 games while recovering from surgery on his right shoulder. He gave up one hit, knocked out two and walked two, throwing 49 pitches against the Cubs.

The 26-year-old right-hander had allowed five earned runs in six innings in his first two starts this season for St. Louis.

Cardinals star Adam Wainwright (5-5, 3.32) meets Pablo Lopez (5-3, 2.61) in the series opener at Busch Stadium.


White Sox right-hander Lucas Giolito (4-4, 5.40 ERA) seems to be back on track after a recent rut.

Giolito, a 2019 All-Star who had a no-hitter last year, has struggled in his last five starts. In that span, he has conceded 27 earned runs with 40 hits and 11 walks over 25 2/3 innings.

Giolito meets Angels right-back Noah Syndergaard (4-6, 3.86) in Anaheim.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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