Ron Guidry remembers Thurman Munson

Friday is the 40th anniversary of the passing of Yankees captain and catcher Thurman Munson in a plane crash near his home in Canton, Ohio.
Yankees pitcher Ron Guidry spoke to Major League Baseball Network, and his recollections are airing all day long.
Here are excerpts of what Guidry said:
Guidry on the Yankees’ game on August 3:

“People said they had goosebumps, but not for the right reasons, it was just eerie. That’s what was hard, standing up with everybody alongside of you, feeling the same way as something was taken away from us and we’d never be able to replace it.”

On George Steinbrenner’s decision for the entire team to travel to Munson’s funeral:

“I had to tip my hat to [George Steinbrenner] because he knew there was something more important than that game, even though he wanted to win as much as anybody. This was not as important as what we were doing.”

On pitching a game the same day as Munson’s funeral:

“I know you like talking about it, but I want to tell you that I don’t like remembering that feeling that I felt at that precise moment. When I turned around knowing he would never be there again, I didn’t care about that game at all.”

FULL GUIDRY TRANSCRIPTION

August 1, 1979:

“Thurman had said that he was gonna be flying his plane. He was gonna fly from Chicago to Canton to be with his family because we had an off day the next day at home. Sure, there was a lot of us that kind of got a little concerned, but he never thought there was anything out of the ordinary. The team wins the game, and then he takes a shower and he leaves. ‘We’ll see you back in New York.’ We didn’t realize that’d be the last time we see him.”

August 2, 1979:

“About one o’clock, I guess, I got a phone call, somewhere around there, give or take. Mr. Steinbrenner informed me of what had happened. … For the next hour or so, I guess, I can’t even recall what happened. Your mind was just not functioning and you’re trying to visualize what the hell exactly is going on here. Mr. Steinbrenner said, ‘We’re gonna all meet at the ballpark, so just make your way there as quick as you can.’ It was a somber mood in that clubhouse, that I remember. I can’t recall if even anybody was really talking about anything. I think the only one that was actually talking was Mr. Steinbrenner, telling us, ‘This is what’s gonna happen for the next couple of days.’”

August 3, 1979:

“That afternoon when I got to the park, and I’m there fairly early, and I remember walking into the lounge, getting a cup of coffee and then when I walked back across the locker room, you have to pass his locker to get into the training room. You start looking at, he’s not going to be here. You keep looking there, but he ain’t coming. So you go through the motions. We go out. Time stopped, there was nothing. It made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. People said they had goosebumps, but not for the right reasons, it was just eerie. That’s what was hard, standing up with everybody alongside of you, feeling the same way as something was taken away from us and we’d never be able to replace it.”

August 4, 1979:

“I had to tip my hat to [George Steinbrenner] because he knew there was something more important than that game, even though he wanted to win as much as anybody. This was not as important as what we were doing.”

August 6, 1979:

“The priest comes up, he starts speaking and you’re listening and you’re thinking, you’re flashing back what you remember when he did this to you, you remember when he called this pitch. You start thinking about all kinds of stuff. Then it gets to the point where [Bobby] Murcer gets up and he speaks. I don’t think they had a dry eye in that place. I know I had tears for the longest time.”
“I’m sitting in the locker room going, ‘Okay, well I’m pitching so I’m not going out. I’ll be in here all by myself for three hours. You’re hashing everything back and you’re not looking forward to going out. I was not looking forward to going out.”
“You bend over, you pick up the ball, you take your hat, you stand up, they play the anthem, put your hat back on and you turn around. … I know you like talking about it, but I want to tell you that I don’t like remembering that feeling that I felt at that precise moment. When I turned around knowing he would never be there again, I didn’t care about that game at all.”
“You weren’t seeing us, you weren’t seeing the real team. It was just hard to go through knowing what you are gonna be going through. But then [Bobby] Murcer hits a home run, all of a sudden it’s 4-3 and you’re sitting down in the dugout and you go, ‘You know, if he was here sitting next to you, he’d be on your rear end bad because the way you’ve been pitching, that’s not who you are and he certainly wouldn’t want to be catching that weak-ass shit that you’re throwing.’ I wasn’t gonna give up anything more, I would have lost that game 4-3, it wouldn’t have been 5-3. That was so fitting about the whole day, it’s like that’s the way that it should have ended. All you can see is the third base coach [waving], the first base coach [waving], everybody’s running. I remember running out to the field, everybody’s just euphoric because it couldn’t have been scripted any better.”
“If you think about tradition and pride and all of the stuff that the Yankees are built around, that’s a Thurman Munson. A guy who loved the organization, loved playing the game and loved being a Yankee. He was proud of that and he made sure everyone else knew how much it meant.”

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Pan American Games airing on ESPN networks

The Pan American Games – the Olympics of the Western Hemisphere – have gotten underway in Lima, Peru, and the ESPN networks will present the action on TV and online. On most days, ESPNU will air live action from late morning until close to midnight. ESPN2 has a two-hour block on Sunday. The website ESPN3.com also has multiple hours on a daily basis.
Spanish-language broadcasts are available on ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com.

Here’s a look at the upcoming schedules for English-language broadcasts:

Sunday, July 28
10-10:55 a.m. – ESPNU
10:55 a.m.-1 p.m. – ESPNU (women’s soccer, Jamaica vs. Mexico)
1-3 p.m. – ESPN2, ESPN3
3-4 p.m. – ESPN3
8 p.m.-Mon. 12:30 a.m. – ESPNU

Monday, July 29
9:30-10:55 a.m. – ESPNU
10:55 a.m.-1 p.m. – ESPNU (men’s soccer, Mexico vs. Panama)
1-6:25 p.m. – ESPNU
6:25-8:30 p.m. – ESPNU (men’s soccer, Honduras vs. Jamaica)
8:30-10 p.m. – ESPNU

Tuesday, July 30
11 a.m.-8 p.m. – ESPNU
8-11 p.m. – ESPN2

Wednesday, July 31
11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. – ESPN3.com
5:30-7 p.m. – ESPNU
7 p.m.-Thur. 12:30 a.m. – ESPNU

Thursday, August 1
10:55 a.m.-1 p.m. – ESPNU (men’s soccer, Ecuador vs. Panama)
1-1:55 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
1:55-4 p.m. – ESPNU (men’s soccer, Argentina vs. Mexico)
4-6:25 p.m. – ESPNU
8:30 p.m.-Fri. 12:30 a.m. – ESPN3.com

Friday, August 2
11 a.m.-8 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
8 p.m.-Sat. 12:30 a.m. – ESPNU

Saturday, August 3
10:55 a.m.-1 p.m. – ESPNU (women’s soccer, Colombia vs. Mexico)
1-1:55 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
1:55-4 p.m. – ESPNU (women’s soccer, Jamaica vs. Paraguay)
4-7 p.m. – ESPNU
7 p.m.-Sun. 12:30 a.m. – ESPNU

Sunday, August 4
10:55 a.m.-1 p.m. – ESPNU (men’s soccer, Argentina vs. Panama)
1-1:55 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
1:55-4 p.m. – ESPNU (men’s soccer, Mexico vs. Ecuador)
4-7 p.m. – ESPNU
7:30-9:25 p.m. – ESPNU
9:25-11:30 p.m. – ESPNU (men’s soccer, Peru vs. Jamaica)
11:30 p.m.-Thur. 1 a.m. – ESPNU

Monday, August 5
11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
7:30-11 p.m. – ESPNU

Tuesday, August 6
10:55 a.m.-1 p.m. – ESPNU (women’s soccer, seventh place)
1-7 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
7 p.m.-Sat. 12:30 a.m. – ESPNU

Wednesday, August 7
9 a.m.-7 p.m. – ESPNU
7-11:30 p.m. – ESPNU

Thursday, August 8
10 a.m.-7 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
7 p.m.-midnight – ESPNU

Friday, August 9
10 a.m.-7 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
7 p.m.-Sat. 12:30 a.m. – ESPNU

Saturday, August 10
10 a.m.-7 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
7 p.m.-Sun. 1 a.m. – ESPNU

Sunday, August 11
10 a.m.-4 p.m. – ESPNU, ESPN3.com
8 p.m.-midnight – ESPNU, ESPN3.com (closing ceremonies)

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NHL Network to televise World Championships starting Friday

The IIHF World Championships for men’s ice hockey get underway Friday in Slovakia.
NHL Network will televise every Team USA game, in addition to other contests.
Here is the live games schedule (all times Eastern):
Date Visitor Home Time (ET)
Fri, May 10 Canada Finland 10:00 AM
Fri, May 10 Slovakia USA 2:00 PM (replay 8 p.m.)

Sat, May 11 France Denmark 6:00 AM

Sat. May 11 Norway Russia 8:30 AM (in progress)
Sat, May 11 Great Britain Germany 10:00 AM
Sat. May 11 Sweden Czech Republic 12:30 PM (in progress)
Sat, May 11 Finland Slovakia 2:00 PM

Sun, May 12 France USA 6:00 AM (replay 8 p.m.)
Sun, May 12 Sweden Italy 10:00 AM
Sun, May 12 Canada Great Britain 2:00 PM
Mon, May 13 Finland USA 10:00 AM (replay 8 p.m.)
Mon, May 13 Canada Slovakia 2:00 PM
Tue, May 14 Czech Republic Russia 8:00 AM
Tue, May 14 Denmark Great Britain 10:00 AM
Tue, May 14 Austria Switzerland 2:00 PM (replay 8 p.m.)
Wed, May 15 Great Britain USA 10:00 AM (replay 8 p.m.)
Wed, May 15 Slovakia Germany 2:00 PM
Thur, May 16 France Canada 10:00 AM (replay 8 p.m.)
Thur, May 16 Denmark Finland 2:00 PM
Fri, May 17 Austria Sweden 8:00 AM
Fri, May 17 Slovakia France 10:00 AM
Fri, May 17 Italy Czech Republic 2:00 PM
Sat, May 18 USA Denmark 6:00 AM
Sat, May 18 Germany Canada 10:00 AM
Sat, May 18 Switzerland Sweden 2:00 PM
Sun, May 19 Russia Latvia 8:00 AM
Sun, May 19 USA Germany 10:00 AM
Sun, May 19 Russia Switzerland 2:00 PM
Mon, May 20 Latvia Sweden 10:00 AM
Mon, May 20 Denmark Canada 2:00 PM
Tue, May 21 Switzerland Czech Republic 6:00 AM
Tue, May 21 Denmark Slovakia 10:00 AM
Tue, May 21 USA Canada 2:00 PM
Wed, May 22 Germany France 8:00 AM
Wed, May 22 Russia Sweden 10:00 AM
Thur, May 23 TBD TBD 10:00 AM Quarterfinal
Thur, May 23 TBD TBD 2:00 PM Quarterfinal
Sat, May 25 TBD TBD 9:00 AM Semifinal
Sat, May 25 TBD TBD 1:00 PM Semifinal
Sun, May 26 TBD TBD 9:30 AM Bronze Medal Game
Sun, May 26 TBD TBD 2:00 PM Gold Medal Game

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Mes games are not airing locally

With opening day upon us, the Mets radio network has gone dark.
With no public notice, the regular-season games that were going to air locally on WBWZ (93.3-FM) in Poughkeepsie were pulled from the schedule. A call to the radio station revealed WBWZ was not going to air games in 2019.
This runs in contrast to the Mets press release in January stating WBWZ, among other stadions in New York, Connecticut and Florida, would be on the new Mets Radio Network.
Entercom owned WCBS (880-AM) in New York, with a signal capable of reaching throughout the Hudson Valley, is the flagship station.
This is the second curious start to a new season. Mets radio started the 2018 season on WKIP (1450-AM) and WJIP (1370-AM), but were quickly switched over to WBWZ shortly into the season.

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NCAA college hockey tournament TV schedule

Friday, March 29
Northeast Regional: No. 1 Massachusetts vs. No. 4 Harvard, 3 p.m. on ESPN2/WatchESPN
West Regional: No. 2 Denver vs. No. 3 Ohio State, 4 p.m. on ESPNU/WatchESPN
Northeast Regional: No. 2 Clarkson vs. No. 3 Notre Dame, 6:30 p.m. on ESPNU/WatchESPN
West Regional: No. 1 St. Cloud State vs. No. 4 American International, 7:30 p.m. on ESPN3/WatchESPN

Saturday, March 30
East Regional: No. 1 Minnesota State Mankato vs. No. 4 Providence, 1 p.m. on ESPNews/WatchESPN
Midwest Regional: No. 1 Minnesota Duluth vs. No. 4 Bowling Green, 4 p.m. on ESPNU/WatchESPN
East Regional: No. 2 Northeastern vs. No. 3 Cornell, 4:30 p.m. on ESPNews/WatchESPN
Northeast Regional championship, 6:30 p.m. on ESPNU/WatchESPN
Midwest Regional: No. 2 Quinnipiac vs. No. 3 Arizona State, 7:30 p.m. on ESPN3/WatchESPN
West Regional championship, 9 p.m. on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Sunday, March 31
East Regional championship, 4 p.m. on ESPN2/WatchESPN
Midwest Regional championship, 6:30 p.m. on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Frozen Four semifinals
KeyBank Center, Buffalo, N.Y.
April 11, 5 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. on ESPN2

National championship
KeyBank Center, Buffalo, N.Y.
April 13, 8 p.m. on ESPN2

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NCAA tournament viewing, listening guide

Once again, the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament will be televised by CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV and audio will be provided by WestwoodOne Sports.
The WW1 radio broadcasts can be heard on multiple radio stations throughout the county – select games will air on New York’s WFAN (660-AM, 101.9-FM) and WEPN (98.7-FM) – as well as on the web at WestwoodOneSports.com, NCAA.com/marchmadnesslive, multiple Sirius XM radio stations, plus the TuneIn app and NCAA March Madness Live app.

Thursday
12:15 p.m. – Louisville vs. Minnesota, CBS, SXM 201 (CBS: Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Dan Bonner; WW1: Kevin Kugler, Robbie Hummel)
12:40 – LSU vs. Yale, TruTV, SXM 202 (TruTV: Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel; WW1: Tom McCarthy, Jon Crispin)
1:30 – Auburn vs. New Mexico State, TNT, SXM 203 (TNT: Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas; WW1: John Sadak, Dan Dickau)
2:00 – Florida State vs. Vermont, TBS, SXM 207 (TBS: Carter Blackburn, Debbie Antonelli; WW1: Scott Graham, Donny Marshall)
2:45 – Michigan State vs. Bradley, CBS, SXM 201 (CBS: Harlan, Miller, Bonner; WW1: Kugler, Hummell)
3:10 – Maryland vs. Belmont. TruTV, SXM 202 (TruTV: Eagle, Spanarkel; WW1: McCarthy, Crispin)
4:00 – Kansas vs. Northeastern, TNT, SXM 203 (TNT: Catalon, Lappas; WW1: Sadak, Dickau)
4:30 – Marquette vs. Murray State, TBS, SXM 207 (TBS: Blackburn, Antonelli; WW1: Graham, Marshall)
6:50 – Nevada vs. Florida, TNT, SXM 201 (CBS: Harlan, Miller, Bonner; WW1: Kugler, Hummell)
7:10 – Kentucky vs. Abilene Chrsitian, CBS, SXM 202 (CBS: Eagle, Spanarkel; WW1: McCarthy, Crispin)
7:20 – Villanova vs. Saint Mary’s, TBS, SXM 207 (TBS: Blackburn, Antonelli; WW1: Graham, Marshall)
7:20 – Gonzaga vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, TruTV, SXM 203 (TruTV: Catalon, Lappas; WW1: Sadak, Dickau)
9:30 – Michigan vs. Montana, TNT, SXM 201 (CBS: Harlan, Miller, Bonner; WW1: Kugler, Hummell)
9:40 – Wofford vs. Seton Hall, CBS, SXM 202 (CBS: Eagle, Spanarkel; WW1: McCarthy, Crispin)
9:50 – Purdue vs. Old Dominion, TBS, SXM 207 (TBS: Blackburn, Antonelli; WW1: Graham, Marshall)
9:57 – Syracuse vs. Baylor, TruTV, SXM 203 (TruTV: Catalon, Lappas; WW1: Sadak, Dickau)

Friday
12:15 p.m. – Iowa vs. Cincinnati, CBS, SXM 201 (CBS: Brian Anderson, Chris Webber; WW1: Craig Way, Will Perdue)
12:40 – Oklahoma vs. Mississippi, TruTV, SXM 202 (TruTV: Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, Grant Hill; WW1: Brandon Gaudin, John Thompson, Austin Croshere)
1:30 – Northern Kentucky vs. Texas Tech, TNT, SXM 203 (TNT: Brad Nessler, Steve Lavin, Jim Jackson; WW1: Ryan Radtke, P.J. Carlesimo)
2:00 – Cal Irvine vs. Kansas State, TBS, SXM 207 (TBS: Spero Dedes, Len Elmore, Steve Smith; WW1: Chris Carrino, Mike Montgomery)
2:45 – Colgate vs. Tennessee, CBS, SXM 201 (CBS: Anderson, Webber; WW1: Way, Perdue)
3:10 – Gardner-Webb vs. Virginia, TruTV, SXM 202 (TruTV: Nantz, Raftery, Hill; WW1: Gaudin, Thompson, Croshere)
3:55 – Arizona State vs. Buffalo, TNT, SXM 203 (TNT: Nessler, Lavin, Jackson; WW1: Radtke, Carlesimo)
4:25 – Oregon vs. Wisconsin, TBS, SXM 207 (TBS: Dedes, Elmore, Smith; WW1: Carrino, Montgomery)
6:50 – Washington vs. Utah State, TNT, SXM 201 (TNT: Anderson, Webber; WW1: Way, Perdue)
7:10 – North Dakota State vs. Duke, CBS, SXM 202 (CBS: Nantz, Raftery, Hill; WW1: Gaudin, Thompson, Croshere)
7:20 – Georgia State vs. Houston, TBS, SXM 203 (TBS: Nessler, Lavin, Jackson; WW1: Radtke, Carlesimo)
7:27 – Liberty vs. Mississippi State3, TruTV, SXM 207 (TruTV: Dedes, Elmore, Smith; WW1: Carrino, Montgomery)
9:15 – Iona vs. North Carolina, TNT, SXM 201 (TNT, Anderson, Webber; WW1: Way, Perdue)
9:35 – Central Florida vs. Virginia Commonwealth, CBS, SXM 202 (CBS: Nantz, Raftery, Hill; WW1: Gaudin, Thompson, Croshere)
9:45 – Ohio State vs. Iowa State, TBS, SXM 203 (TBS: Nessler, Lavin, Jackson; WW1: Radtke, Carlesimo)
9:52 – Saint Louis vs. Virginia Tech, TruTV, SXM 207 (TruTV: Dedes, Elmore, Smith; WW1: Carrino, Montgomery)

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Yankees 2019 TV schedule

All New York Yankees regular-season games will appear on the YES Network, with the exception of the following:
WPIX (Ch. 11): April – Fri. 12, Tues. 16, Fri. 19; May – Thur. 9; Fri. 17; Wed. 22; Fri. 24; Fri. 31; June – Mon. 10; Fri. 14; Fri. 21; July – Fri. 19; Wed. 24; Fri. 26; August – Mon. 12; Fri. 16; Sun. 18; September – Fri. 6; Thur. 19; Fri. 20; Fri. 27
ESPN (exclusive): June – Sun. 2; Sun. 30; July – Sun. 28; August – Sun. 4; Sun. 25; September – Sun. 8
Fox: June – Sat. 1; Sat. 22; Sat. 29
Fox Sports 1/FS1 (exclusive): June – Sat. 8

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Major League Baseball national television schedule

Here is a look at the Major League Baseball regular-season national telecasts, as of March 1 (RED marks American League playoff teams from 2018; GREEN marks National League playoff teams from 2018):
ESPN
Wed. March 20 – Seattle-Oakland (in Japan), 5:35 a.m.; Thur. March 21 – Seattle-Oakland (in Japan), 5:35 a.m.; Thur. March 28 – Baltimore-Yankees, 1 p.m. (blacked out in NY); Arizona-Los Angeles, 4 p.m.; Boston-Seattle, 7 p.m.; Sun. March 31 – Cubs-Texas, 4 p.m.; Atlanta-Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Mon. April 1 – St. Louis-Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.; White Sox-Cleveland, 4 p.m.; CubsAtlanta, 7 p.m.; San Francisco-Los Angeles, 10 p.m.; Wed. April 3 – CubsAtlanta, 7:20 p.m.; Sun. April 7 – Los AngelesColorado, 8:30 p.m.; Mon. April 8 – YankeesHouston, 7 p.m.; Tues. April 9 – Toronto-Boston, 2 p.m.; YankeesHouston, 8 p.m.; Sun. April 14 – St. Louis-Cincinnati, 4 p.m.; Mets-Atlanta, 7 p.m.; Mon. April 15 – Mets-Philadelphia, 7 p.m.; Cincinnati-Los Angeles, 10 p.m.; Wed. April 17 – BostonYankees, 6:30 p.m.; Sun. April 21 – AtlantaCleveland, 7 p.m.; Wed. April 24 – Detroit-Boston, 7 p.m.; Sun. April 28 – ClevelandHouston, 7 p.m.
Wed. May 1 – Houston-Minnesota, 8 p.m.; Sunday, May 5 – Houston-Anaheim, 4 p.m.; St. Louis-Cubs, 7 p.m.; Sun. May 12- MilwaukeeCubs, 7 p.m.; Sun. May 19 – Cubs-Washington, 7 p.m.; Tues. May 21 – Philadelphia-Cubs, 7 p.m.; Atlanta-San Francisco, 9:45 p.m.; Sun. May 26 – Atlanta-St. Louis, 7 p.m. (ESPN2); Mon. May 27 – Miami-Washington, 1 p.m.; ClevelandBoston, 4 p.m.; Wed. May 29 – CubsHouston, 8 p.m.
Sun. June 2 – BostonYankees, 7 p.m.; Thur. June 13 – Detroit-Kansas City, 8 p.m.; Sun. June 16 – CubsLos Angeles, 7 p.m.; Tues. June 25 – Colorado-San Francisco, 9:45 p.m.; Sun. June 30 – YankeesBoston (from London), 10 a.m.; Atlanta-Mets, 7 p.m.
Wed. July 3 – Yankees-Mets, 7 p.m.; Thur. July 4 – Philadelphia-Atlanta, 7:20 p.m.; Thur. July 11 – Houston-Texas, 8 p.m.; Sun. July 14 – Los AngelesBoston, 7 p.m.; Sun. July 28 – YankeesBoston, 7 p.m.
Sun. Aug. 4 – BostonYankees, 7 p.m.; Sun. Aug. 18 – Cubs-Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.; Sun. Aug. 25 – YankeesLos Angeles, 7 p.m.
Mon. Sept. 2 – Texas-Yankees, 1 p.m. (blacked out in NY); HoustonMilwaukee, 4 p.m.; Sun. Sept. 8 – YankeesBoston, 8 p.m.

Fox Sports 1 (FS1)
Sat. March 30 – Atlanta-Philadelphia, 4 p.m.; Anaheim-Oakland, 9 p.m.
Sat. April 6 – Texas-Anaheim, 4 p.m.; CubsMilwaukee, 7 p.m.; Sat. April 13 – Colorado-San Francisco, 4 p.m.; Mets-Atlanta, 7:20 p.m.; Sat. April 20 – San Francisco-Pittsburgh, 4 p.m.; Los AngelesMilwaukee, 7 p.m.; Sat. April 27 – ClevelandHouston, 4 p.m.; Milwaukee-Mets, 7 p.m.
Sat. May 4 – St. Louis-Cubs, 4 p.m.; Oakland-Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.; Sat. May 11 – ClevelandOakland, 4 p.m.; Sat. May 18 – San Francisco-Arizona, 10 p.m.; Sat. May 25 – Arizona-San Francisco, 4 p.m.
Sat. June 1 – Milwaukee-Pittsburgh, 4 p.m.; Sat. June 8 – YankeesCleveland, 4 p.m.; Sat. June 15 – Arizona-Washington, 4 p.m.; Sat. June 22 – Detroit-Cleveland, 4 p.m.; Sat. June 29 – Washington-Detroit, 4 p.m.
Sat. July 6 – Colorado-Arizona, 10 p.m.; Sat. July 13 – White Sox-Oakland, 4 p.m.; Sat. July 20 – Mets-San Francisco, 4 p.m.; Washington-Atlanta, 7:20 p.m.; Sat. July 27 – YankeesBoston, 4 p.m.; Houston-St. Louis, 7:15 p.m.
Sat. Aug. 3 – BostonYankees, 4 p.m.; Anaheim-Cleveland, 7 p.m.; Sat. Aug. 10 – Philadelphia-San Francisco, 4 p.m.; Colorado-San Diego, 8:40 p.m.; Sat. Aug. 17 – HoustonOakland, 4 p.m.; Milwaukee-Washington, 7 p.m.; Sat. Aug. 24 – YankeesLos Angeles, 4 p.m.; Colorado-St. Louis, 7:15 p.m.; Tues. Aug. 27 – Texas-Anaheim, 10 p.m.; Sat. Aug. 31 – Mets-Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
Sat. Sept. 7 – YankeesBoston, 4 p.m.; Philadelphia-Mets, 7 p.m.

FOX Sports
Sat. May 18 – Cubs-Washington OR HoustonBoston OR Milwaukee-Atlanta, 7:15 p.m.; Sat. May 25 – Atlanta-St. Louis OR Los Angeles-Pittsburgh OR BostonHouston, 7:15 p.m.
Sat. June 1 – BostonYankees, 7:15 p.m. (Others: Anaheim-Seattle and Cubs-St. Louis); Sat. June 8 – Colorado-Mets, 7:15 p.m. (Others: St. Louis-Cubs and Los Angeles-San Francisco); Sat. June 22 – HoustonYankees, 7:15 p.m. (Others: ColoradoLos Angeles and Atlanta-Washington); Sat. June 29 – YankeesBoston (from London), 1 p.m.; Los AngelesColorado OR Seattle-Houston OR Pittsburgh-Milwaukee, 8:15 p.m.
Sat. July 6 – Philadelphia-Mets, 7:15 p.m. (Others: Anaheim-Houston and Cubs-White Sox); Sat. July 13 – Washington-Philadelphia OR San Francisco-Milwaukee OR Los AngelesBoston, 7:15 p.m.

TBS Sundays
To be announced later

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Mets spring training TV, radio schedule

The New York Mets will have 14 televised spring training games (10 on SNY, 4 on WPIX-11) and 10 games aired on new flagship station WCBS (880-AM).
There may be more broadcasts available once the MLB Network and ESPN schedules are released.
Sat. Feb. 23 – vs. Atlanta, 1 p.m. (SNY, WCBS); Sun. Feb. 24 – vs. Houston, 1 p.m. (WPIX, WCBS)
Tues. Feb. 26 – vs. Detroit, 1 p.m. (SNY); Wed. Feb. 27 – vs. Miami, 1 p.m. (SNY); Sat. March 2 – vs. Houston, 1 p.m. (WPIX, WCBS); Sun. March 3 – at St. Louis, 1 p.m. (WCBS)
Mon. March 4 – vs. Boston, 1 p.m. (SNY); Fri. March 8 – vs. Miami, 1 p.m. (SNY); Sun. March 10 – vs. St. Louis, 1 p.m. (WPIX, WCBS)
Wed. March 13 – vs. Houston, 1 p.m. (SNY); Fri. March 15 – vs. Washington, 1 p.m. (SNY); Sat. March 16 – at Miami, 1 p.m. (WCBS); Sun. March 17 – vs. Washington, 1 p.m. (WCBS)
Mon. March 18 – vs. Washington, 1 p.m. (SNY); Thur. March 21 – vs. Miami, 1 p.m. (SNY); Fri. March 22 – vs. St. Louis, 1 p.m. (SNY); Fri. March 22 – at Houston, 6 p.m. (WCBS); Sat. March 23 – at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (WCBS); Sun. March 24 – vs. Washington, 1 p.m. (WPIX, WCBS)

The Mets also confirmed that Poughkeepsie radio station WBWZ (93.3-FM) will be the local affiliate on the team’s radio network. Other stations on the network include: Albany’s WROW (590-AM, 100.5-FM); Glens Falls’ WMML (1230-AM, 97.9-FM); Oswego’s WGSO (1440-AM); Rochester’s WOKR (1310-AM); Syracuse’s WTLA (1200-AM); New Haven’s WAVZ (1300-AM); and, Port Saint Lucie’s WPSL (1590-AM).

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Yankees spring training broadcast schedule

The New York Yankees will have 10 spring training games televised by YES Network and 10 radio broadcasts via WFAN (660-AM, 101.9-FM).
Additional games may be added when the ESPN and MLB Network spring training schedules are announced.
The schedules will be confirmed by the Yankees next week, per a club spokesman.
One interesting note: The Yankees and Mets will not be playing one another during spring training.
Sat. Feb. 23 – at Boston, 1 p.m. (WFAN); Sun. Feb. 24 – at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (WFAN)
Mon. Feb. 25 – vs. Toronto, 1 p.m. (YES); Tues. Feb. 26 – vs. Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (YES); Sat. March 2 – at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (WFAN); Sun. March 3 – vs. Detroit, 1 p.m. (YES, WFAN)
Tues. March 5 – vs. Atlanta, 1 p.m. (YES); Wed. March 6 – vs. St. Louis, 1 p.m. (YES); Fri. March 8 – vs. Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (YES, WFAN); Sat. March 9 – at Baltimore, 6 p.m. (WFAN); Sun. March 10 – vs. Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (WFAN)
Tues. March 12 – vs. Baltimore, 6:30 p.m. (YES, WFAN); Fri. March 15 – vs. Boston, 1 p.m. (YES); Sat. March 16 – vs. Toronto, 1 p.m. (YES, WFAN); Sun. March 17 – at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (WFAN)
Tues. March 19 – vs. Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (YES); Fri. March 22 – vs. Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. (YES); Sat. March 23 – vs. Toronto, 1 p.m. (YES, WFAN)
Note: Regular season starts Thur. March 28 vs. Baltimore (all but select games on YES, WFAN)

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