Cubs announce 2019 Spring Broadcast schedule

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Cubs announce 2019 Spring Broadcast schedule

CHICAGO – Nearly every Chicago Cubs Spring Training game will be available to Cubs fans via television, radio or internet radio broadcast as the club today announced its 2019 Spring Training broadcast schedule.

In total, a Cubs game will be available every game day of the spring schedule via one or more broadcast mediums, and 32 of the 34 games are scheduled to be available to Cubs fans overall.

The schedule features six games televised by Cubs broadcast partners (four by WGN-TV and two by NBC Sports Chicago), 10 on the 670 The Score Cubs Radio Network and 22 via internet radio broadcast on www.cubs.com. Fans will be able to access the Cubs Webcasts on Cubs.com and MLB.com for free by registering for a log-in account with the website.

670 The Score will air its first game on Saturday, February 23, the club’s season opener at Sloan Park, when the Cubs play the Milwaukee Brewers. Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer return as the radio voices of the Chicago Cubs. WGN-TV will televise its first game when the Cubs host the Brewers on March 2. Len Kasper and Jim Deshaies return to call all Cubs TV games. NBC Sports Chicago’s first game will occur on March 17, when the Cubs host the Colorado Rockies.

Kasper will again join Mick Gillispie, radio broadcaster for Chicago’s Double-A Tennessee affiliate, for most of the cubs.com internet radio broadcasts.

All games start at 1:05 p.m. Arizona time unless otherwise noted. Chicago is one hour ahead of Arizona through Saturday, March 9 before moving to two hours ahead on Sunday, March 10.

The 2019 Spring Training broadcast schedule is attached.


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