Posted by Jay Floyd, Thu, February 21, 2013 07:00 AM Comments: 6
Baseball overload is right around the corner. Beginning with Saturday’s Grapefruit League opener against the Astros, the Phillies will play 35 games in 36 days and all but three of those exhibition contests will be available to watch or listen to in the Philadelphia region and beyond.
The Comcast Network, Comcast Sportsnet, WPHT 1210 AM and MLB Network will team up to serve heavy doses of the Phillies spring baseball to fans over the airwaves and via your cable feed. In the absence of televised games and terrestrial radio transmissions, the Phillies broadcast team is set to bring live play by play to internet users everywhere on MLB.com (and, of course, Phillies.com).
The availability of so many spring contests, including the team’s two “On Deck Series” games, played at Citizens Bank Park on March 29th and 30th, speaks volumes to the devoted following that the Phils have developed in recent years. The success of the organization has grown the interest of the Phillies Nation for sure and, as such, many games will be available.
Below is a full list of the team’s upcoming spring match ups and how baseball hungry fans can catch their team on a daily basis. You may wish to bookmark this for future reference.
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