Feb 172012
 

It’s two more days until pitchers and catchers report, roughly four days until the Panera Bread references from the beat guys become a tired meme.

MLB Network has yet to release its ST broadcast schedule, but even with the increased respect the Nationals have been getting lately, the safe bet is to look at the games involving Boston and the New York teams that aren’t already listed below (April 2 for Boston, March 16 for the Yankees, March 10, 20, 28 for the Mets) and hope that one of them gets picked up. ESPN is not televising any Nationals games. The Nationals and Phillies do not play at all this spring.

Unless it has an asterisk, the games on MASN are also broadcast on the radio. The March 15th radio broadcast will be on 1580AM (double-asterisk). The March 24th TV broadcast (triple asterisk) will be with the Orioles broadcasters, but WJFK will be broadcasting that game.

Day Date Time (ET) Opponent Network
Sat. Mar. 3 1:05 p.m. Houston 106.7 FM
Sun. Mar. 4 1:05 p.m. Houston MASN
Mon. Mar. 5 6:10 p.m. NY Mets MASN
Tue. Mar. 13 6:05 p.m. Detroit MASN*
Wed. Mar. 14 6:05 p.m. Atlanta 106.7 FM
Thu. Mar. 15 1:05 p.m. NY Yankees MASN**
Sat. Mar. 17 1:05 p.m. Miami 106.7 FM
Sun. Mar. 18 1:05 p.m. Detroit 106.7 FM
Wed. Mar. 21 1:05 p.m. Atlanta MASN*
Sat. Mar. 24 1:05 p.m. Baltimore MASN***
Sun. Mar. 25 1:05 p.m. NY Mets 106.7 FM
Fri. Mar. 30 6:05 p.m. Miami MASN*
Tue. Apr. 3 3:05 p.m. Boston MASN

As always, if you’re able to access MLB Audio wherever you are during the day, you can listen to additional broadcasts during the week.

  5 Responses to “Spring Training Broadcast Schedule”

  1. Not to keep rubbing salt in the wounds of the Minions, but a nice write-up:
    http://seedlingstostars.com/2012/02/14/2011-sal-all-stars-rp-chris-manno/

    • Good writeup, better believe the Minions will still be rooting for him, blunder trade and all.
      Let’s hope the one good thing to come of it will be when Davey makes roster suggestions, Rizzo will smile, walk away and forget whatever was said.

      • I’m rooting for Manno, but there are seeds pf concern in the article for him. And I think that the comparison to Robertson is inapt. Robertson is primarily a fastball pitcher, with consistant mid-90’s velocity

  2. Anyone know if any of these stations / broadcasts are available on iHeart radio? I searched for the stations listed in the post, but couldn’t find any on there. Living outside of (well outside of) the Nats media footprint is sometimes a difficult situation.

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