So I just found out that the Mets vs Cubs on 9/11 this season has been rescheduled from 1pm to 8pm to be shown on ESPN. I have to wonder why does the team do this? This is the second time this year the team has rescheduled a game for ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball and it makes no sense. Does the team have a say in these matters or is it decided by Selig and his lackeys? If the team has a say, why are they bowing down to a network that openly hates them? Bobby V is the only analyst on the network that looks at the team with an even hand because he managed the team. Me and my dad have tickets to the game and now my dad wants to get a refund as these tickets were a gift from the team because we originally had tickets to the Braves game that was rescheduled for ESPN earlier this season.