Monday's TV schedule, complete with channels and times, customized for the Boston sports fan. Click on any team's name for complete schedules, scores, and previews, plus an active community devoted to your team. All times ET.
Major League Baseball
Keep the faith and catch a Red Sox doubleheader on Monday. The 1pm start is a make up of the rained out May 17th game. The youthful Kyle Weiland has started two of his four official major league starts against the Orioles, so perhaps one could say that there is an familiarity there. He'll be the 1pm starter for the Red Sox. Jeremy Guthrie, the American League's leader in losses (a dubious stat to lead in), will be on the mound for the Orioles.
John Lackey, who hasn't won in just about a month, will take the mound in game 2 against Brian Matusz. Matusz, a left hander, has not yet faced the Red Sox this season.
More TV listings after the jump.
National Hockey League
Revel in some championship action, and re-watch the Bruins win their first Stanley Cup in years.
Live preseason hockey for those of you craving some puck. Sure, it's two Canadian teams that Bruins' fans tend to dislike, but it's live ice hockey for the first time in a while. Bobby Butler, formerly of UNH and Stephane Da Costa, formerly of Merrimack, should see action for the Senators.