TV Schedule, May 2: Red Sox Close Series With A's; Revs Host Rapids

Wednesday's TV schedule, complete with channels and times, customized for the Boston sports fan. Click on highlighted teams' names for complete schedules, scores, and previews, plus an active community devoted to your team. All times ET and approximate.

MLB

Boston Red Sox vs. Oakland Athletics - 7 p.m. (TV: NESN) The Oakland A's stopped a three game skid and took a 5-3 win over the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox will look to rebound in the rubber game, as they send Daniel Bard to the mound. The A's start Brandon McCarthy, who picked up his first win this season last Friday.

Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees - 7 p.m. (TV: ESPN)

MLS

New England Revolution vs. Colorado Rapids - 8 p.m. (TV: Comcast SportsNet New England) The New England Revolution play their third home game of the season with a midweek match against the Colorado Rapids. The Revs have dropped three games in a row, and haven't defeated Colorado since 2007.

NHL

NHL Playoffs: Round Two

New York Rangers vs. Washington Capitals - 7:30 p.m. (TV: NBC Sports Network)

Phoenix Coyotes vs. Nashville Predators - 9 p.m. (TV: CNBC)

NBA

NBA Playoffs: Round One

Utah Jazz vs. San Antonio Spurs - 7 p.m. (TV: TNT)

Indiana Pacers vs. Orlando Magic - 7:30 p.m. (TV: NBA)

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Memphis Grizzlies - 9:30 p.m. (TV: TNT)

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