ESPN recently released it's 2013 Major League Baseball Sunday night television schedule, for the first half.

Coverage begins on March 31, when the Houston Astros, who played as members of the National League from 1962-2012, play their first game as members of the American League, when they host the Texas Rangers.

Obviously these are only 11 games, and ESPN will only show only about 20 Sunday night games, total, so they can't show everybody, but the Cincinnati Reds, Washington Nationals, and Oakland A's are three division champions from last season that are not on the list, nor are the Toronto Blue Jays, who acquired a lot of veteran talent during the off-season.

Below is the first half schedule, from March 31-July 21

March 31: Texas Rangers at Houston Astros
April 7: Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers
April 14: Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees
April 21: St. Louis Cardinals at Philadelphia Phillies
April 28: Atlanta Braves at Detroit Tigers
May 5: Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants
May 12: Los Angeles Angels at Chicago White Sox
May 19: Detroit Tigers at Texas Rangers
May 26: Atlanta Braves at New York Mets
July 14: St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs
July 21: New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox