We’ve posted the 2018 St. Louis Cardinals spring training broadcast schedule, with almost all of the club’s 2018 spring training games on either Fox Sports Midwest, KMOX/Cardinals Radio Network (CRN) or streaming online at cardinals.com.
We’ve added the games to our St. Louis Cardinals spring training schedule, which you can view here.
Fox Sports Midwest will again televise 15 games in 2018. The television home of the Cardinals kicks off its live game coverage with the spring training opener on Friday, February 23, when the Cardinals take on the Miami Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium. The television schedule includes nine of the 10 Saturday and Sunday contests, as well as a Friday evening game against the Houston Astros. Each of the 15 telecasts will be streamed live on the Fox Sports GO app and at FoxSportsGO.com. Most afternoon games will also be replayed in prime time. Fox Sports Midwest will also preview spring training during its Cardinals Warm-Up show on February 7.
The team’s flagship station KMOX 1120 AM and the Cardinals Radio Network will broadcast 18 games with Mike Shannon, John Rooney, Mike Claiborne and Ricky Horton in the broadcast booth. This year will mark Mike Shannon’s 47th season and John Rooney’s 13th year in the booth. Eleven additional games will be streamed on cardinals.com and the MLB.com At Bat mobile app, featuring Mike Claiborne, Tom Ackerman, Chris Hrabe and Kyle McClellan. In total, 29 of 30 Spring Training games will be broadcast or streamed this year.
The radio schedule begins on Friday, February 23, when the Cardinals kick off Grapefruit League play against the Marlins. The streaming schedule will begin on Monday, February 26, with the Cardinals taking on the Minnesota Twins in Fort Myers, Fla. Throughout spring training, every Saturday and Sunday broadcast will feature the Cardinals Pregame Show. The show airs 20 minutes prior to first pitch and will feature Mike Shannon or John Rooney interviewing Cardinals players, coaches and other baseball personalities. The 150 Cardinals Radio Network affiliates will carry most Saturday and Sunday games, as well as select weekday games.
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