New York Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays FREE LIVE STREAM (05/03/22): Watch MLB online | Time, TV, channel


The New York Yankees will take on the Toronto Blue Jays in a regular season game on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 (5/3/22) at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Fans in New York can watch the game for free via a DirectTV Stream trial, broadcast by YES Network. Toronto fans can watch on SportsnetNOW. Fans in any market will not be able to watch for free via a trial of DirectTV Stream, broadcast by MLB Network.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: MLB regular season

WHO: Yankees versus Blue Jays

When: Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Where: Rogers Center

Time: 7:07 p.m. ET

TV: YES/Sportsnet (local markets only), MLB Network (out-of-market only)

Channel Finder: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live Stream: DirectTV Stream (Free Trial)

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This date in baseball for May 3rd, courtesy of the Associated Press:

1927 – Jesse Barnes of Brooklyn defeated his brother Virgil Barnes 7-6 over the New York Giants. It was the first pitching brothers matchup in major league history.

1936 – Joe DiMaggio made his major league debut for the New York Yankees, scoring three goals in a 14-5 win over the St. Louis Browns.

1951 – New York rookie Gil McDougald drove six carries in an inning to set a major league record as the Yankees defeated the St. Louis Browns 17-3 at Sportsman’s Park. McDougald had a two-run triple and a grand slam in an eleven-run ninth inning.

1959 – Charlie Maxwell of Detroit hit four consecutive home runs in a double header against the New York Yankees 4-2, 8-2 at Briggs Stadium.

1979 – Cleveland’s Bobby Bonds hit the 300th home run of his career against Moose Haas in a 6-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. Bonds became the second player with 300 home runs and 300 stolen bases at the time with 413 stolen bases, joining Willie Mays.

1980 – Texas Rangers’ Ferguson Jenkins became the fourth pitcher in major league history to win 100 or more games in any league. Jenkins beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 at Arlington Stadium. Cy Young, Jim Bunning and Gaylord Perry also reached the milestone.

1992 — Baltimore’s closer Gregg Olson, age 25, became the youngest pitcher in major league history to record 100 saves.

1994 – Philadelphia reliever Andy Carter made his major league debut and was kicked out of the game after hitting two of three San Diego Padres hitters he was facing.

1999 – Boston’s Creighton Gubanich hit a grand slam for his first major league hit in a 12-11, 10-inning loss to Oakland. Gubanich became the fourth player to accomplish this feat and the first since Seattle’s Orlando Mercado on September 19, 1982. Bill Duggleby (1898 – Phillies) and Bobby Bonds (1968 – Giants) were the others.

1999 – Jeff Kent of the San Francisco Giants went 5-for-5 and scored for the cycle in a 9-8 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates.

2009 – Carl Crawford set a modern major league record with six stolen bases to help Tampa Bay beat Boston 5-3. Crawford was 4-for-4 with an RBI and became the fourth player to steal six bases in a game, along with Eddie Collins (twice), Otis Nixon and Eric Young.

2011 – Francisco Liriano hit the first major league no-hitter of the season, throwing his first full game of his career in Minnesota’s 1-0 win over Chicago. Liriano walked six and hit two. Liriano, the reigning AL comeback player of the year, was helped by Jason Kubel’s homer in the fourth inning.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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