NEW YORK (AP) - Just days after unveiling its Fall 2016 schedule, the Fox network is swapping two of its shows.

NEW YORK (AP) Just days after unveiling its Fall 2016 schedule, the Fox network is swapping two of its shows.

Veteran series "Bones," originally set for a fall return, will instead be shelved until midseason, when this lighthearted whodunit will conclude its 12-season run.

In its place Thursday at 9 p.m. Eastern, a new baseball drama, "Pitch," is being called up from midseason for a fall premiere.

"Pitch" is the story of Ginny Baker, who becomes the first woman to play Major League baseball under the glare of doubting fans and a media spotlight. It stars Kylie Bunbury ("Under the Dome"), along with Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Ali Larter, Mark Consuelos and Dan Lauria.