MLB Network televising 3 games

MLB Network announced Wednesday that it will be televising three Reds spring games. That brings the total of Reds games on TV this spring to seven with the four Reds-Indians games being carried by Fox Sports Ohio.

Here is the MLB Network slate:

Friday, March 20 – Reds at San Francisco Giants – 9:00 p.m. ET
Monday, March 23 – Reds at Texas Rangers – 9:00 p.m. ET
Saturday, April 4 – Reds at Toronto Blue Jays – 1:00 p.m. ET

MLB Network’s annual “30 clubs in 30 days” shows will be back as well. The Reds will be featured on Saturday, March 14 at 10 p.m. ET.

4 Comments

Mark. I guess I’m confused. The following link shows a lot more games on MLB Network.
http://m.mlb.com/network/shows/?id=mlbn_spring_training

My fault. These are the games being carried live. Some of the others on that list are tape delayed

In today’s STAC window … no, wait … that’s all done! Thanks for the kind comments. It was fun, but now it’s back to the heavy lifting of running and managing a team. I agree with Old Jim on three things: 1) it’s baseball and that’s all that really matters; 2) win or lose, the Reds are my team; and 3) teams that win are touched by magic and the Reds are going to need a whole lot of it; but if they get it, this year will be really exciting. Go Reds!

I hope they are not counting on Marshall anytime soon. One day into ST and we hear he is experiencing soreness in his shoulder from long tossing. I really don’t expect him to return to form and I hope the Reds don’t use him if he’s not. They did last year and he was lit up like a Christmas tree. I’m excited for the first ST telecast 3/3 at 4PM on MLB. LOVE THE REDS.

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