COMCAST SPORTSNET TO TELEVISE MORE THAN 50 HOURS OF RED SOX SPRING TRAINING COVERAGE BEGINNING FEBRUARY 10TH
Six Special Spring Training Episodes of “The Baseball Show”
With Live Reports from Fort Myers to Air in Primetime Beginning February 12th
CSNNE.com to Provide Breaking News, Updates and Interactive Features Throughout Spring Training
BURLINGTON, MA, February 7, 2013 – Comcast SportsNet will provide viewers with more than 50 hours of Red Sox Spring Training coverage beginning Sunday, February 10th and continuing through Monday, February 25th.Special coverage will include reports from the state-of-the-art Red Sox Spring Training facility in Fort Myers with additional programming coming out of the studios in Burlington.
Spring Training coverage will tip off with Chevrolet SportsNet Central on Sunday at 9PM. The show will provide daily reports including news, key storylines developing both on and off the field, player analysis, team review, and one-on-one interviews with players and Red Sox personnel. Sports Sunday will immediately follow at 9:30PM taking a look at Spring Training happenings, and UNO’s Sports Tonight will include daily guests from on-site breaking down the Red Sox storylines. Additionally, there will be Spring Training content from Fort Myers featured in the Felger & Mazz show each day.
Comcast SportsNet’s coverage will be highlighted by six live special episodes of The Baseball Show Presented by Twin River Casino beginning Tuesday at 7PM. Each show will include frequent player appearances and a live call-in and onlineinteractive component giving fans an opportunity to pose questions to the on-air talent and provide their own insight on the Red Sox and Spring Training.
Special episodes of “The Baseball Show” are scheduled as follows:
- Tue, Feb 12, 7-8pm
- Wed, Feb 13, 11:30pm -12:30am
- Thu, Feb 14, 7-8pm
- Fri, Feb 15, 7-8pm
- Mon, Feb 18, 7-8pm
- Tue, Feb 19, 7-8pm
On-air talent covering the events from Fort Myers includes CSNNE Red Sox Insider Sean McAdam, Jessica Moran, Lou Merloni, Mike Giardi and Trenni Kusnierek with Bob Neumeier anchoring coverage from the Comcast SportsNet studios in Burlington, MA. Tony Massarotti will also be part of Comcast SportsNet’s Spring Training coverage from Burlington, including being part of three of the special episodes of The Baseball Show.
CSNNE.com will be the online place to go for sports fans to get all that and more. In addition to features from all of the on-air coverage listed above, CSNNE.com will also provide breaking news, updates and unique features throughout Spring Training with daily insight and analysis from McAdam.