Friday, January 20, 2012

Cubs Spring Training Broadcast Schedule Released

The full Cubs Spring Training broadcast schedule can be released! This could only mean one thing... baseball is right around the corner. For the second consecutive year, nearly all Cubs Cactus League games will be carried on either or WGN Radio. Mick Gillispie of the Tennessee Smokies and Len Kasper of Cubs TV will handle the broadcasts. Pat Hughes and Keith Moreland will be on the air for the first time on March 5, while the first televised game with Len Kasper and Bob Brenly is on WGN-TV on March 10.

Here is the full Spring Training broadcast schedule.

Sunday March 4 VS Oakland 2:05 on
Monday March 5 VS Oakland 2:05 on WGN Radio
Tuesday March 6 VS Colorado 2:05 on WGN Radio
Wednesday March 7 @Kansas City 2:05 on WGN Radio
Thursday March 8 VS Seattle 2:05 on
Friday March 9 @CWS on
Saturday March 10 @Milwaukee 2:05 on WGN-TV & WGN Radio
Sunday March 11 @LAD 3:05 on WGN-TV and
Monday March 12 VS Cincinnati 3:05 on WGN Radio
Tuesday March 13 @San Francisco 3:05 on
Wednesday March 14 VS Milwaukee 3:05 on
Thursday March 15 VS Arizona 3:05
Friday March 16 VS San Francisco 3:05
Sunday March 18 VS CWS 3:05
Monday March 19 @Seattle 3:05
Tuesday March 20 VS Texas 3:05
Thursday March 22 @Texas CSN &
Friday March 23 @Colorado 3:10
Saturday March 24 VS San Diego 3:05 WGN-TV and WGN Radio
Sunday March 25 @Cleveland 3:05 WGN-TV & WGN Radio
Monday March 26 VS San Diego 3:05 on
Tuesday March 27 @Cincinnati 3:05 on
Wednesday March 28 VS Cleveland 3:05 on
Thursday March 29 @San Diego 3:05 on
Friday March 30 vs LAD 3:05 on
Saturday March 31 VS LAA 3:05 on CSN & WGN Radio
Sunday April 1 @LAA 3:05 on
Monday April 2 @Arizona 3:10 on
Tuesday April 3 VS Milwaukee 2:05 on WGN Radio

A few other notes-
  • The Cubs have re-signed Rodrigo Lopez to a minor league contract.
  • Alfredo Amezaga and Jason Jaramillo have also officially been inked to minor league contracts. All three men are invited to big league camp.
  • Carlos Pena has agreed to terms with the A's.
  • Matt Garza field for $12.5 million in arbitration, while the Cubs offered just $7.95 million.

That's it for now, but I'll keep you posted.

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