A record number of Phillies games will be broadcast this season thanks to Philly's Comcast Sportsnet, here are the details:
Comcast SportsNet announced today the network will air a record 145 Phillies games during the 2016 season, including the season opener onagainst the Cincinnati Reds. NBC10 airs 10 games, including the home opener on against the San Diego Padres. The Comcast Network will carry seven regular season games.
Spring Training broadcasts begin on, with Comcast SportsNet carrying six games and The Comcast Network airing 13.
Broadcasters Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs, Ben Davis and Gregg Murphy return for their second season in the booth. Mike Schmidt will also return for home weekend game broadcasts.
Starting in Spring Training and going throughout the season, Phillies fans can catch the latest team developments and analysis from Comcast SportsNet, NBC10, The Comcast Network and CSNPhilly.com anchors, reporters and Insiders during “Breakfast on Broad,” “Philly Sports Talk,” “SportsNet Central,” NBC10 newscasts, and online at CSNPhilly.com. Fans can interact with every show on Twitter by using the hashtag #PhilliesTalk.
May I also invite you to listen to the podcast that FightinPhillies.com produces called Phillies Talk Podcast, which is an independent show that talks all about the Phillies.
Find out more here: Phillies Talk Podcast on iTunes