TV Schedule 6/22: UNC-Vanderbilt Baseball, Blue Jays-Braves, Wimbledon 2011, USA-Panama

Your Atlanta game TV time and channel schedule. All times ET. As always, click on any team's name for complete schedules, scores and previews, plus an active community devoted to your team. And check ESPN3, too.

Wimbledon 2011, 7 am, ESPN: Now that John Isner is done for the time being, we can worry about other things, like all the racket Maria Sharapova makes while playing tennis. I realize this isn't a new concern, but I only discovered it yesterday. It would be really funny if baseball players did that while batting, pitching or stealing signs.

Toronto Blue Jays at Atlanta Braves, 1, SportSouth: Sweep a mighty mighty American League team. No big deal.

Vanderbilt Commodores vs. North Carolina Tar Heels, 7, ESPN2: Loser gets the Florida Gators on Friday. Can the SEC keep its hot streak going, or will UNC football fans have something to distract themselves with for one more week?

United States vs. Uzbekistan, 3:45, ESPN3

United States vs. Panama, 7, Fox Soccer

NHL awards thing, 7, Versus

Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals, 8, ESPN

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