TORONTO -- Blue Jays fans will be able to watch 10 Spring Training games and listen to all 30 games on Sportsnet 590 The Fan and MLB.com when Grapefruit League action gets underway in March.Sportsnet is set to broadcast 10 games, with the first taking place on March 4 when
TORONTO -- Blue Jays fans will be able to watch 10 Spring Training games and listen to all 30 games on Sportsnet 590 The Fan and MLB.com when Grapefruit League action gets underway in March.
Sportsnet is set to broadcast 10 games, with the first taking place on March 4 when the Blue Jays host the Orioles in a 1:07 p.m. ET start time at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. The television schedule also includes the two-game exhibition series in Montreal against the Red Sox on April 1-2.
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Buck Martinez returns as the play-by-play broadcaster for all 10 games, while Pat Tabler and Joe Siddall will join the booth as color commentators. On radio and streamed live on MLB.com, Jerry Howarth, Mike Wilner and Siddall are scheduled to work the broadcasts.
Sportsnet's television schedule also includes: March 5 vs. Philadelphia, March 11 vs. Boston, March 13 vs. Tampa Bay, March 18 vs Houston, March 19 vs. Philadelphia, March 20 vs. Pittsburgh and March 26 vs Yankees.
Toronto's Spring Training schedule begins on March 1 with a road game against the Phillies at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla. The Blue Jays will have 16 home games at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium in March before the two games against the Red Sox at Olympic Stadium in Montreal.
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