The Chicago Cubs (65-58) and the division-rival Pittsburgh Pirates (51-71) will head to Williamsport to take part in the MLB Little League Classic. As the Little League World Series chugs on, the NL Central matchup will serve as a break in the action while the two close out their three-game series. Both will don incredible special edition jerseys with the series tied at one apiece coming into tonight's tilt.
How to Live Stream Pirates vs Cubs
First pitch for the Little League Classic is set for 7:10 p.m. ET from BB&T Ballpark in Williamsport, PA and will be televised on ESPN. You can find live streams for the game on the MLB Streams subreddit.
Kyle Schwarber, Victor Caratini and Tony Kemp are all back in the lineup for Chicago after Saturday's 2-0 victory.
Cubs' southpaw Jose Quintana gets the start in search of the series win for his team. He tossed six innings, allowing five hits and one run against the Phillies on Tuesday before his outing was spoiled by the bullpen.
Quintana and the Pirates have squared off three times this year, in which the 30-year-old pitcher has gotten the better of them each time.
Pittsburgh will go with some changes of their own for Sunday's action. Adam Frazier will take over at second, Pablo Reyes will be in right field, and Jacob Stallings gets the nod behind the plate.
Mitch Keller, 23, will get his fifth MLB start Sunday night. Keller first broke into the pros back in late May and has yet to make it beyond five innings in a single start, though his last outing against the Angels, during which he allowed two runs on five hits and two walks over five frames, was fairly encouraging.