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Cards announce Spring Training broadcast schedule

The Cardinals' 2017 Grapefruit League opener is on Feb. 25 vs. the Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium. (AP)
January 31, 2017

ST. LOUIS -- All but one of the Cardinals' 32 Grapefruit League games will be broadcast or streamed online this year, the organization announced on Tuesday.Fifteen games will be televised on FOX Sports Midwest, which will also stream those games live on its FOX Sports GO app and at FOXSportsGo.com.

ST. LOUIS -- All but one of the Cardinals' 32 Grapefruit League games will be broadcast or streamed online this year, the organization announced on Tuesday.
Fifteen games will be televised on FOX Sports Midwest, which will also stream those games live on its FOX Sports GO app and at FOXSportsGo.com. Those services will be available to customers who receive Fox Sports Midwest through their local television provider.
The Cardinals' Grapefruit League opener against the Marlins on Feb. 25 will be the first game broadcast by the team's television rights holder. FOX Sports Midwest chose nine weekend games to include in its spring package.
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Additionally, KMOX and the Cardinals Radio Network will carry 18 spring games. Thirteen other games will be streamed online at cardinals.com and through MLB.com's At Bat app.
Team broadcasters Mike Shannon, John Rooney and Ricky Horton will contribute to the Grapefruit League broadcasts. Other KMOX voices, including Mike Claiborne, Tom Ackerman, Chris Hrabe and former Cards pitcher Kyle McClellan, will take turns in the broadcast booth, as well.
Ackerman and Hrabe are also scheduled to call the Cardinals' March 30 exhibition game in Memphis for KMOX.
For a full schedule of the Cardinals' spring broadcasts, visit cardinals.com/springtraining, cardinals.com/radio and cardinals.com/tv.

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