Watch Padres-Nationals on Peacock on August 14

Just under 2 weeks after being traded to the Padres in a historical smash hit, Juan Soto and his brand-new group, the Padres, complete their three-game set with his previous Nationals mates on Sunday at midday ET. You can see all the action specifically on Peacock on today’s “MLB Sunday Leadoff.”

Click here to learn how you can stream the MLB Sunday Leadoff video game weekly on Peacock.

Soto, a two-time All-Star who won a batting title and starred for the 2019 World Series champs, has actually thrived in his very first action for his brand-new team, however he certainly still has fond memories of his time in D.C.

“I gave them 100 percent when I was here, and I hope [the fans] enjoyed it,” Soto stated after notching a number of hits in San Diego’s triumph on Friday to open the series. “At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how big I am, how many people know me. I’m going to be the same guy.”

In the cubicle, play-by-play commentator Jason Benetti is signed up with by experts Mark Grant (Padres) and Kevin Frandsen (Nationals). Grant pitched for the Padres for 4 of his 8 MLB seasons, while Frandsen played 9 years in the Majors, consisting of one with the Nats.

NBC Sports’ Ahmed Fareed hosts the MLB Sunday Leadoff pre- and postgame programs weekly, and likewise works as the in-game press reporter. This Sunday, Fareed will be signed up with by previous All-Star Cliff Floyd — making his 4th look this season — and Rob Friedman, aka PitchingNinja on Twitter (@PitchingNinja), who offers pregame pitching breakdowns.

MLB Sunday Leadoff on Peacock debuted on May 8, starting an 18-week schedule of special MLB contests every Sunday early morning. Peacock was likewise the special house of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game.

The MLB Sunday Leadoff video game weekly is the only video game set up up until 1:30 p.m. ET, when the remainder of the day’s action will start. The begin time for each MLB Sunday Leadoff video game is midday ET for the rest of the video games through Sept. 4.



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