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The Kansas City Royals will appear on television six times during Spring Training, with telecasts on both FOX Sports Kansas City and MLB Network.
FOX Sports Kansas City, the exclusive local television home of Royals baseball, will air the March 25 game vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers and the March 27 contest vs. the Chicago Cubs, both from Surprise Stadium at 8 p.m. Central. The spring telecasts kick off a schedule that features 142 Royals games on FOX Sports Kansas City, including the Opening Day contest on April 1 at the Chicago White Sox. A complete list of FOX Sports Kansas City telecasts for the 2013 season is available at royals.com.
All MLB Network games will be carriage of local telecasts, including local announcers. The Royals March 25 and 27 contests, in addition the being telecast on FOX Sports Kansas City, will also be carried on MLB Network, but will be blacked out in the Kansas City market.
The Spring Training telecasts are as follows (all times Central):
Sunday, March 17 8:00 a.m. Royals at Chicago Cubs (ss) (MLB Network, tape-delayed of 3/16 game)
Tuesday, March 19 12:00 a.m. Royals at Texas Rangers (MLB Network, tape-delayed of 3/18 game)
Friday, March 22 3:00 p.m. Royals at Los Angeles Angels (MLB Network, Live)
Sunday, March 24 11:00 p.m. Royals at Chicago White Sox (MLB Network, tape-delayed)
Monday, March 25 8:00 p.m. Los Angeles Dodgers at Royals (FOX Sports Kansas City, Live)
8:00 p.m. MLB Network, Live (blacked out in Kansas City market)
Wednesday, March 27 8:00 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Royals (FOX Sports Kansas City, Live)
Thursday, March 28 1:00 a.m. MLB Network, tape-delayed of 3/27 game, blacked out in
Kansas City market)
The Royals will appear on television four times during Spring Training, with telecasts on both FOX Sports Kansas City and MLB Network.
FOX Sports Kansas City, the exclusive local television home of Royals baseball, will air the March 25 game vs. the San Francisco Giants and the March 28 contest against the Milwaukee Brewers. The spring telecasts kick off a schedule that features 142 Royals games on FOX Sports Kansas City, including the Opening Day contest on March 31 vs. the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. A complete list of FOX Sports Kansas City telecasts for the 2011 season is available at http://kansascity.royals.mlb.com/kc/schedule/broadcast.jsp.
MLB Network will air 83 Major League exhibition games as part of its 2011 Spring Training coverage, including Kansas City’s games on March 2 at the Los Angeles Dodgers and the following day on March 3 at the Angels. The broadcasts on March 2 and 3 will be tape-delayed, airing at 8:00 p.m. Central. All MLB Network games will be carriage of local telecasts, including local announcers.
The Spring Training telecasts are as follows (all times Central):
Wednesday, March 2 8:00 p.m. Royals at Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB Network, tape-delayed)
Thursday, March 3 8:00 p.m. Royals at L.A. Angels of Anaheim (MLB Network, tape-delayed)
Friday, March 25 8:00 p.m. San Francisco Giants at Royals (FOX Sports Kansas City)
Monday, March 28 3:00 p.m. Milwaukee Brewers at Royals (FOX Sports Kansas City)
Thursday’s game at New York has been picked up by MLB Network. Matt Vasgersian and John Smoltz will be the commentators for the 6:05 Central start. Fans in the Kansas City market area will still see the game on Fox Sports Kansas City and those in the New York market will see the game on YES Network. For the rest of you, in say Idaho Falls or Burlington, N.C., check here to see if MLB Network is available in your area.
The Royals will be featured on Sunday as part of MLB Network’s “30 in 30″. The first airing is this at 7:00 p.m. Central. Kansas City’s hour-long special will also air several times on Monday. Check out MLB Network’s website for the channel number in your area and the air times.
Today’s Royals-Dodgers game from Glendale will be televised live on MLB Network beginning at 3:00 Central. The game was originally scheduled to air tape-delayed. Los Angeles is allowing Kansas City to use the DH today. Here’s your Kansas City lineup:
(DeJesus – LF), (Podsednik – CF), (Callaspo – 3B), (Butler – DH), (Guillen – RF), (Bloomquist – SS), (Fields – 1B), (Kendall – C), (Getz – 2B), (Greinke – P)
Tonight’s game in Glendale against the White Sox (9:05 Central) will air live on MLB Network. (Click here and enter your zip code to find MLB Network in your area.)
The pitching matchup is a great one – Zack Greinke against Mark Buehrle. Kansas City will also appear on MLB Network on March 21 (9:00 p.m. Central, tape-delayed) and March 26 (8:00 p.m. Central, tape-delayed).
MLB Network today announced its Spring Training game schedule, which will include 78 games featuring 45 live games and all 30 Major League clubs. The Royals will be featured three times during Spring Training (all times Central):
Monday, March 15 9:00 p.m. Royals at Chicago White Sox
Sunday, March 21 9:00 p.m. Colorado Rockies at Royals (tape-delayed)
Friday, March 26 8:00 p.m. Royals at Los Angeles Dodgers (tape-delayed)
All games will be carriage of local telecasts, including local announcers. MLB Tonight, MLB Network’s signature studio show during the regular season, returns live every weekday on Monday, March 1 at 6:00 p.m. ET.
MLB Network launched on January 1, 2009 as the largest debut in cable television history and is currently available in approximately 54 million cable and satellite homes. With live games, original programming, highlights, classic games, and coverage of baseball events, MLB Network is the ultimate television destination for baseball fans. For the full MLB Network Spring Training schedule and to find MLB Network in your area, go to mlbnetwork.com.
Thursday’s Royals game against Baltimore will be televised nationally on MLB Network. Dan Plesac and Victor Rojas will have the call. Be sure to check out our ATH interview from last season with Victor!
Please note: If you reside within the FOX Sports Kansas City home territory, you will get the game on FOX Sports Kansas City. The MLB Network broadcast will blacked out within this territory.
To see if MLB Network is available in your area, enter your zip code on this page.
Every year, millions of people in New York and across the world countdown as the New Year rolls in at Times Square…this year, we have another countdown as the MLB Network will be unveiled at 5 p.m. Kansas City time on January 1.
MLB Network will be a 24/7/365 source for everything you love about baseball. The network will feature the classic contests (Don Larsen’s perfect game sets the stage on January 1), major announcements (the Hall of Fame Induction Announcement airs on January 12), and 1,400 hours of live programming in its first year. Every team will be featured during the network’s “30 teams in 30 days” series during Spring Training. The network will have its share of games, including 16 World Baseball Classic tilts in March and a ‘Game of the Week’ during the regular season.
The list of on-air personalities includes Victor Rojas, son of Royals Hall of Famer Cookie Rojas. (Be sure to check out ATH’s interview with Victor). Former Major Leaguers Barry Larkin, Al Leiter, Joe Magrane, Harold Reynolds, and Mitch Williams will serve as analysts.
50 million households will receive MLB Network. DirecTV subscribers will find it on channel 213. In the Kansas City area, Time Warner subscribers should tune to channel 199 while Comcast subscribers should check channel 182. To see if your cable provider is carrying the MLB Network, click here and use the channel locator feature.