Friday, July 3, 2015

2015 MLS Week 18 TV Schedule


Friday, July 3
9 PM- Chicago Fire at Houston Dynamo (UDN) Ramsés Sandoval, Paul Caligiuri
(UDN) Jose Luis Lopez Salido, Diego Balado, Marcelo Balboa

11 PM- D.C. United at Seattle Sounders (UniMas/UDN) Ramsés Sandoval, Paul Caligiuri
(UniMas/UDN) Pablo Ramirez Gomez, Raúl Guzmán

Saturday, July 4
7:30 PM- New York Red Bulls at Columbus Crew (MSG) Steve Cangialosi, Shep Messing
(TWCS Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Neil Sika, Ashleigh Ignelzi

8 PM- New York City FC at Montreal Impact (YES) Joe Tolleson, Ian Joy
(TVA Sports) Frédéric Lord, Olivier Brett

9 PM- Vancouver Whitecaps at Colorado Rapids (TSN) Peter Schaad, Jay DeMerit
(Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa

9 PM- New England Revolution at FC Dallas (KTXA) Mark Followill, Daniel Robertson

10 PM- Orlando City SC at Real Salt Lake (WRBW/FS SUN) Jeff Radcliffe, Kevin Hartman, Holly Bristow
(FS SUN-Esp) Israel Herredia, Sergio Ruiz
(ASN) David James, Brian Dunseth

10:30 PM- Toronto FC at Los Angeles Galaxy (SNET 360) Dan Dunleavy, Adrian Serioux, Gareth Wheeler
(TWCS LA) Joe Tutino, Cobi Jones, Kelli Tennant
(TWCS Deportes) Samuel Jacobo, Martin Zuniga, Elmur Souza

Sunday, July 5
11 PM- San Jose Earthquakes at Portland Timbers (ESPN2) Adrian Healy, Taylor Twellman, Monica Gonzales
(ESPN Deportes) Richard Méndez, Giovanni Savarese, Monica Gonzales

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

2015-16 College Football National Radio Schedule

Most of the national radio schedules have now been released. We still have to wait to see the rest of the ESPN Radio schedule and if Nevada Sports Network will pick up any regular season games, but here is the currently known NCAA Football national radio schedule. 

SPORTS USA
Sept 3- 8 PM- Utah at Michigan

Sept 4- 9:30 PM- Washington at Boise State

Sept 12- 7:30 PM- Oregon at Michigan State 

Sept 19- 5:30 PM- South Carolina at Georgia

Sept 26- USC at Arizona State

Oct 3- Texas at TCU

Oct 10- Georgia at Tennessee

Oct 17- Florida at LSU

Oct 24- Auburn at Arkansas 

Oct 29- 10 PM- Oregon at Arizona State

Oct 31- Arizona at Washington 

Nov 7- Minnesota at Ohio State 

Nov 14- NC State at Florida State 

Nov 21- LSU at Ole Miss

Nov 28- Florida State at Florida 

Dec 5- Texas at Baylor

Dec 19- LAS VEGAS BOWL

Dec 26- SUN BOWL

Dec 26- INDEPENDENCE BOWL

January 1, 2016- OUTBACK BOWL

COMPASS MEDIA
Sept 3- 8:30 PM- TCU at Minnesota 

Sept 5- 11:30 AM- Stanford at Northwestern 

Sept 12- 8:45 PM- LSU at Mississippi State 

Sept 19- 3 PM- Nebraska at Miami (FL)

Sept 26- TCU at Texas Tech 

Oct 3- Iowa at Nebraska 

Oct 10- Arkansas at Alabama

Oct 17- Alabama at Texas A&M 

Oct 24- Washington at Stanford

Oct 31- Illinois at Penn State 

Nov 7- LSU at Alabama

Nov 14- Oregon at Stanford 

Nov 21- Baylor at Oklahoma State 

Nov 28- Oklahoma at Oklahoma State 

Dec 5- Big Ten Championship

WESTWOOD ONE
Sept 5- 3 PM- BYU at Nebraska

Sept 5- 6:30 PM- Arizona State vs. Texas A&M 

Sept 7- 7:30 PM- Ohio State at Virginia Tech 

Sept 12- 5:30 PM- Oklahoma at Tennessee 

Sept 19- 8:45 PM- Ole Miss at Alabama 

Sept 26- UCLA at Arizona 

Oct 3- Mississippi State at Texas A&M

Oct 10- Texas vs. Oklahoma

Oct 10- Wisconsin at Nebraska 

Oct 17- Michigan State at Nebraska 

Oct 24- Clemson at Miami (FL) 

Oct 31- 3 PM- Georgia vs. Florida 

Nov 7- Florida State at Clemson

Nov 14- Georgia at Auburn 

Nov 21- USC at Oregon 

Nov 27- 7 PM- Baylor at TCU 

Nov 28- Alabama at Auburn 

Dec 5- SEC Championship

January 9, 2016- FCS CHAMPIONSHIP

ESPN RADIO
Still TBA, but included are.......
Sept 5- 11 PM- Arkansas State at USC 

Sept 12- 8 PM- Idaho at USC 

Sept 19- 8 PM- Stanford at USC 

Oct 8- 9 PM- Washington at USC 

Oct 24- Utah at USC 

Nov 7- Arizona at USC 

Nov 28- UCLA at USC 

Dec 4- Pac-12 Championship

Dec 5- ACC Championship

The majority of the bowl games will also air on ESPN Radio.

TOUCHDOWN RADIO
Sept 3- 6 PM- North Carolina at South Carolina

Sept 12- Noon- Oregon State at Michigan

Sept 18- 8 PM- Florida State at Boston College

Sept 26- Mississippi State at Auburn

Oct 3-Arizona State at UCLA

Oct 10- Miami (FL) at Florida State

Oct 17- Penn State at Ohio State

Oct 24- Texas A&M art Ole Miss

Oct 31- USC at California

Nov 7- Michigan State at Nebraska

Nov 14- Alabama at Mississippi State

Nov 22- Tennessee at Missouri

Nov 28- Clemson at South Carolina

MW RADIO
Dec 5- MWC Championship

NEVADA SPORTS NETWORK
December 23- GODADDY BOWL

IMG NOTRE DAME
Sept 5- 7:30 PM- Texas at Notre Dame

Sept 12- 3:30 PM- Notre Dame at Virginia

Sept 19- Georgia Tech at Notre Dame 

Sept 26- 3:30 PM- UMass at Notre Dame 

Oct 3- Notre Dame at Clemson 

Oct 10- 3:30 PM- Navy at Notre Dame 

Oct 17- 7:30 PM- USC at Notre Dame

Oct 31- Notre Dame at Temple    

Nov 7- Notre Dame at Pittsburgh 

Nov 14- 3:30 PM- Wake Forest at Notre Dame

Nov 21- 7:30 PM- Notre Dame at Boston College 

Nov 28- Notre Dame at Stanford

COUGAR IMG (BYU Radio)
Sept 5- 3:30 PM- BYU at Nebraska

Sept 12- 10:15 PM- Boise State at BYU

Sept 19- 10:30 PM- BYU at UCLA 

Sept 26- BYU at Michigan 

Oct 2- 10:15 PM- Connecticut at BYU

Oct 10- East Carolina at BYU

Oct 16- 8 PM- Cincinnati at BYU

Oct 24- 3 PM- Wagner at BYU

Nov 6- 11:30 PM- BYU at San Jose State 

Nov 14- BYU vs. Missouri

Nov 21- Fresno State at BYU

Nov 28- 3:30 PM- BYU at Utah State  

TBC RADIO SPORTS
Sept 4- 7 PM- Michigan State at Western Michigan 

Sept 12- 8 PM- Oregon at Michigan State 

Sept 19- 12 PM- Air Force at Michigan State 

Sept 26- Central Michigan at Michigan State 

Oct 3- 12 PM- Purdue at Michigan State 

Oct 10- 8 PM- Rutgers at Michigan State 

Oct 17- Michigan at Michigan State 

Oct 24- Indiana at Michigan State 

Nov 7- Michigan State at Nebraska 

Nov 14- Maryland at Michigan State 

Nov 21- Michigan State at Ohio State 

Nov 28- Penn State at Michigan State  

REDVOICE LLC
December 26- HEART OF DALLAS BOWL

December 29- ARMED FORCES BOWL

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

WNBA July 2015 National TV Schedule


Here's the upcoming July matches for the WNBA on the networks of ESPN & NBAtv. As a quick reminder, you can catch select matches on local broadcast partners.

Atlanta Dream- FS South/ SportSouth

Chicago Sky- WCIU

Connecticut Sun- WCTX

Indiana Fever- FS Indiana/WISH

New York Liberty- MSG

Washington Mystics- Monumental

Los Angeles Sparks- TWCS/TWCS Deportes

Minnesota Lynx- FS North/FS North+

Phoenix Mercury- FS Arizona/FS Arizona+

San Antonio Stars- FS Southwest/FS Southwest+

Seattle Storm- KONG/KING-DT 2 Justice

Tulsa Shock- CST

Tuesday, July 7
8 PM- Tulsa Shock at Atlanta Dream (ESPN2) Pam Ward, Carolyn Peck, LaChina Robinson

Wednesday, July 15
11 AM- San Antonio Stars at New York Liberty (NBAtv) Mike Crispino, Roslayn Gold-Onwude, Kym Hampton

Tuesday, July 21
10 PM- New York Liberty at Seattle Storm (ESPN3) Dick Fain

11 PM- Phoenix Mercury at Los Angeles Sparks (ESPN2) Ryan Ruocco, Rebecca Lobo, Holly Rowe

Wednesday, July 22
10:30 PM- New York Liberty at Los Angeles Sparks (NBAtv) Larry Burnett, Lisa Leslie

Saturday, July 25
3:30 PM- WNBA All-Star Game (ABC) Ryan Ruocco, Rebecca Lobo, Holly Rowe

Wednesday, July 29
8 PM- Los Angeles Sparks at Minnesota Wild (NBAtv) Marney Gellner, Lea B. Olsen

Monday, June 29, 2015

2015 MLB Week 13 TV & National Radio Schedule


The 4th of July always brings up tons of extra coverage in terms of baseball, but this week there seems to be even more with ESPN picking up Friday matches for their Independence Day schedule. This is one of the few weeks where MLB Network will have games going on at the same tiume as ESPN & FOX on Friday & Saturday. Here's the national schedule. Daily RSN matches will be added when time allows.

Monday, June 29
7 PM- Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles (ESPN) Dave O'Brien, Eduardo Perez, Mark Mulder
(FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(MASN) Jim Hunter, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(RSN) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Cleveland Indians at Tampa Bay Rays (FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(FS SUN) Todd Kalas, Brian Anderson

7 PM- Minnesota Twins at Cincinnati Reds (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh

8 PM- Kansas City Royals at Houston Astros (FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler
(RT Southwest) Bill Brown, Geoff Blum

9:30 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Colorado Rockies at Oakland Athletics (RT Rocky) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(CSN California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

10 PM- New York Yankees at Los Angeles Angels (YES) Ken Singleton, John Flaherty
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

Tuesday, June 30
7 PM- Chicago Cubs at New York Mets (ESPN) Adnan Virk, Dallas Braden, Eduardo Perez
(CSN Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling

7 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

 7 PM- Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(MASN2) Jim Hunter, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(RSN) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Detroit Tigers (RT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, John Wehner
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

7 PM- Cleveland Indians at Tampa Bay Rays (FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(FS SUN) Todd Kalas, Brian Anderson

7 PM- Minnesota Twins at Cincinnati Reds (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh

7 PM- San Francisco Giants at Miami Marlins (CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

7 PM- Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves (MASN) Bob Carpenter, F.P. Santangelo
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

8 PM- Kansas City Royals at Houston Astros (FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler
(RT Southwest) Bill Brown, Geoff Blum

8 PM- Chicago White Sox at St. Louis Cardinals (WPWR) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Rick Horton

9:30 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- New York Yankees at Los Angeles Angels (MLB)
 (YES) Ken Singleton, John Flaherty
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- Colorado Rockies at Oakland Athletics (MLB)
 (RT Rocky) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(CSN California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

 10 PM- Seattle Mariners at San Diego Padres (RT Northwest) Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Blowers
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant

Wednesday, July 1
12:30 PM- Minnesota Twins at Cincinnati Reds (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven

1 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(RSN) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

 3:30 PM- Colorado Rockies at Oakland Athletics (CSN California) Vince Contreno, Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

 3:30 PM- Seattle Mariners at San Diego Padres (RT Northwest) Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Blowers
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant

7 PM- New York Yankees at Los Angeles Angels (ESPN) Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe, Doug Glanville
 (YES) Ken Singleton, John Flaherty
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

7 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

 7 PM- Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(MASN2) Jim Hunter, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Detroit Tigers (RT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, John Wehner
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

 7 PM- Chicago Cubs at New York Mets (WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshiaes
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling

7 PM- Cleveland Indians at Tampa Bay Rays (FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(FS SUN) Todd Kalas, Brian Anderson

7 PM- San Francisco Giants at Miami Marlins (CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

7 PM- Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves (MASN) Bob Carpenter, F.P. Santangelo
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

8 PM- Kansas City Royals at Houston Astros (FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler
(RT Southwest) Bill Brown, Geoff Blum

8 PM- Chicago White Sox at St. Louis Cardinals (WPWR) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Rick Horton

9:30 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks (SNLA) Charley Stiner, Orel Hershiser
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

Thursday, July 2
Noon- San Francisco Giants at Miami Marlins (MLB)
(CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

Noon- Cleveland Indians at Tampa Bay Rays (FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

1 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Detroit Tigers (MLB)
 (RT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Bob Walk
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

 1 PM- Chicago Cubs at New York Mets (WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling

 6:30 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

7 PM- San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) Bob Costas, Tim McCarver
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Al Hrabosky

7 PM- Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves (MLB)
(MASN) Bob Carpenter, F.P. Santangelo
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

 7 PM- Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(MASN2) Jim Hunter, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(RSN) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

8 PM- Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler

9:30 PM- Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks (RT Rocky) Jerry Schemmel, George Frazier
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics (RT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers
(CSN California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

Friday, July 3
2 PM- Miami Marlins at Chicago Cubs (ESPN2) Karl Ravech, Eduardo Perez, Dallas Braden
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(CSN Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

6 PM- San Francisco Giants at Washington Nationals (ESPN) Dan Shulman, Curt Schilling, John Kruk, Buster Olney
(ESPN Radio) Adam Amin, Jim Bowden
(CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(MASN) Bob Carpenter, F.P. Santangelo

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Detroit Tigers (MLB)
(RSN) Matt Devlin, Pat Tabler
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

7 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees (MLB)
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson
(YES) Michael Kay, David Cone

7 PM- Cleveland Indians at Pittsburgh Pirates (FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(RT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, Steve Blass

7 PM- Houston Astros at Boston Red Sox (RT Southwest) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy

7 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Jeff Brantley

7:30 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves (CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

8 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers (FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve

8 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Chicago White Sox (MASN2) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer
(CSN Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone

8 PM- Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler

8 PM- San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Al Hrabosky

9 PM- Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics (RT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers
(CSN California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

9:30 PM- Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks (RT Rocky) Jerry Schemmel, George Frazier
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers (ESPN) Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe, Doug Glanville
(ESPN Radio) Roxy Bernstein, Chris Singleton
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling
(SNLA) Vin Scully

Saturday, July 4
11 AM- San Francisco Giants at Washington Nationals (MLB)
(CSN Bay)
(MASN)

1 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees (FS1) Joe Davis, Brian Anderson

1 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Detroit Tigers (RSN)
(FS Detroit)

1:30 PM- Houston Astros at Boston Red Sox (RT Southwest)
(NESN)

2 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Chicago White Sox (MASN2/WJZ)
(CSN Chicago)

2 PM- San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals (FS San Diego)
(FS Midwest)

4 PM- Cleveland Indians at Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB)
(FS STO)
(RT Pittsburgh

4 PM- Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics (MLB)
(RT Northwest)
(CSN California

7 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves (FOX) Tom McCarthy, CJ Nitkowski

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Chicago Cubs (FOX) Matt Vasgersian, John Smoltz, Jon Paul Morosi

7 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds (FOX) Brian Anderson, Eric Karros

7 PM- Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals (FOX) Aaron Goldsmith, Bert Blyleven

7 PM- New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers (FOX) Kenny Albert, Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci, Ken Rosenthal
(ESPN RadioJon Sciambi, Chris Singleton

9 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers (MLB- JIP @ 10 PM
(FS West)
(FS Southwest)

10 PM- Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB)
(RT Rocky)
(FS Arizona

Sunday, July 5
1 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Detroit Tigers (MLB)
 (RSN)
(FS Detroit)

1 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees (MLB)
(FS SUN)
(YES)

1 PM-  Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds (FS Wisconsin)
(FS Ohio)

1:30 PM-  Cleveland Indians at Pittsburgh Pirates (FS STO)
(RT Pittsburgh)

1:30 PM-  Houston Astros at Boston Red Sox (RT Southwest)
(NESN)

1:30 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves  (CSN Philadelphia)
(FS South)

2 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Chicago White Sox (MASN2)
(WGN)

2 PM- Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals (FS North)
(FS Kansas City)

2 PM- San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals  (FS San Diego)
(FS Midwest)

2 PM- Miami Marlins at Chicago Cubs  (FS Florida)
(CSN Chicago)

4 PM- Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics (RT Northwest)
(CSN California)

4 PM- Colorado Rockies at Arizona Diamondbacks (RT Rocky)
(FS Arizona)

4 PM- New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers  (SNY)
(SNLA

7 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers (FS West)
(FS Southwest)

8 PM- San Francisco Giants at Washington Nationals (ESPNDan Shulman, Curt Schilling, John Kruk, Buster Olney
(ESPN Radio) Adam Amin, Jim Bowden

2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Week 4 TV & Commentator Schedule


We are into the final week, and we can expect Fox to break another record this Tuesday when #1 Germany and #2 USA butt heads for the right to move onto the championship match. 

I believe the ratings for Wednesday will largely depend on what happens Tuesday. If the US defeats Germany, more people are likely to tune into Japan/England to see whom the US will face in the championship match. If the US loses, it's sad to say but the remainder of the Women's World Cup will probably be ignored in the US. Here's the schedule for the final week of the Women's World Cup. All times listed are EDT, and announcers are always subject to change.

Tuesday, June 30
7 PM- #1 Germany vs. #2 USA (FOXJP Dellacamera, Cat Whitehill, Tony DiCicco, Jenny Taft
(NBCUSammy Sadovnik, Manuel Sol
(Fox Soccer 2 Go) David Wood

Wednesday, July 1
7 PM- #4 Japan vs. #6 England (FS 1Jenn Hildreth, Kyndra de St. Aubin, Julie Stewart-Binks
(NBCU
(Fox Soccer 2 Go) Mark Tompkins

Saturday, July 4
4 PM- 3rd Place Match: #1 Germany vs. #6 England (FOXJustin Kutcher, Aly Wagner, Julie Stewart-Binks
(NBCU
(Fox Soccer 2 Go) Mark Tompkins

Sunday, July 5
7 PM- Final: #2 USA vs. #4 Japan (FOXJP Dellacamera, Cat Whitehill, Tony DiCicco, Jenny Taft
(TELE
(Fox Soccer 2 GoJohn Roder

2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Starts Up Next Week

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The Women's World Cup may be winding down, but that doesn't mean international soccer is fading away anytime soon. In fact the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup begins a mere few days after the Women's World Cup completes their 2015 competition.

The CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015 tournament will be broadcast in both English and Spanish on national MLS Providers in the US. For the English broadcasts you will be able to tune into Fox Sports 1 (USA & select others) or Fox Sports 2 to catch every match. For Spanish every match will be on Univision Deportes (UDN) with a simulcast available on either UniMas or Univision for most matches. There will be some UDN exclusives.

John Strong, Mark Rogondino, , Steve Cangialosi, Glenn Davis, JP Dellacamera, and Keith Costigan will head-up the play-by-play assignments for Fox.

What analysts will Fox use? Alexi Lalas, Brad Friedel, and Cobi Jones will certainly see their fair share of action, but Brian Dunseth, Janusz Michallik (Mexico matches), Brian McBride, Stu Holden, and Warren Barton will also call matches at select times.

Julie Stewart-Binks will end up providing sideline coverage for Fox on USA matches.

As for the studio expect Rob Stone, Stuart Holden, and Eric Wynalda to be regulars through the tournament with Cobi Jones, Warren Barton, and Brad Friedel joining when they don't have matches. 

For Spanish coverage expect every Univision/UniMas/UDN commentator to be used. That means Ramsés Sandoval, Jorge Pérez-Navarro, José Luis López Salido, Diego Balado, Jorge Calvo, Marcelo Balboa, Hristo Stoitchkov, Raúl Guzmán, Iván Kasanzew, and Xavi Sol will all likely be used. Don't expect a studio show for Univision. 

Fox Sports Go will simulcast every FS1 & FS2 match while Fox Soccer 2 Go will simulcast the matches using the world feed. Here is the opening round television schedule as well as dates and times for the tournaments remaining matches. Announcers will be filled in as they are announced in a different post. 

Tuesday, July 7
At Toyota Stadium
7 PM- Panama vs. Haiti (FS2
(UDN

9:30 PM- USA vs. Honduras (FS1) John Strong, Brad Friedel, Julie Stewart-Binks
 (UniMas/UDN

Wednesday, July 8
At StubHub Stadium
8 PM- Costa Rica vs. Jamaica (FS2
(UniMas/UDN

10:30 PM- El Salvador vs. Japan (FS2
(UniMas/UDN

Thursday, July 9
At Solider Field
7 PM- Trinidad & Tobago vs. Guatemala (FS2
(UDN

9:30 PM- Mexico vs. Cuba (FS1
(UniMas/UDN

Friday, July 10
At Gillette Stadium
6 PM- Honduras vs. Panama (FS2
(UniMas/UDN

8:30 PM- USA vs. Haiti (FS1) John Strong, Brad Friedel, Julie Stewart-Binks
(UniMas/UDN

Saturday, July 11
At BBVA Compass Stadium
6:30 PM- Jamaica vs. Canada (FS2
(UniMas/UDN

9 PM- Costa Rica vs. El Salvador (FS2
(UniMas/UDN

Sunday, July 12
At University of Phoenix Stadium
6:30 PM- Trinidad & Tobago vs. Cuba (FS2
(UDN

9 PM- Guatamela vs. Mexico (FS2
(UNIV/UDN

Monday, July 13
At Sporting Park
7 PM- Haiti vs. Honduras (FS1
(UniMas/UDN

9:30 PM- Panama vs. USA (FS1) John Strong, Alexi Lalas, Julie Stewart-Binks
(UniMas/UDN

Tuesday, July 14
At BMO Field
6 PM- Jamaica vs. El Salvador (FS1
(UniMas/UDN

8:30 PM- Canada vs. Costa Rica (FS1
(UniMas/UDN

Wednesday, July 15
At Bank of America Stadium
6 PM- Cuba vs. Guatemala (FS2
(UniMas/UDN

8:30 PM- Mexico vs. Trinidad & Tobago (FS2
(UniMas/UDN

Quarterfinals
Saturday, July 18 
M&T Bank Stadium
5 & 8 PM

Sunday, July 19
Metlife Stadium
4:30 & 7:30 PM

Semifinals
Wednesday, July 22
Georgia Dome
6 & 9 PM

3rd Place Match 
Saturday, July 25
PPL Park
4 PM

Championship
Sunday, July 26
Lincoln Financial Field
7:30 PM

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

2015 MLS Week 17 TV Schedule


Wednesday, June 24
7 PM- Seattle Sounders at Philadelphia Union (KZJO) Ross Fletcher, Kasey Keller
(CSN Philadelphia) Marc Zumoff, Peter Pappas

7:30 PM- New England Revolution at Columbus Crew (CSN New England) Brad Feldman, Paul Mariner
(TWCS Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Neil Sika, Ashleigh Ignelzi

7:30 PM- Colorado Rapids at Orlando City SC (Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa
(WRBW/FS SunJeff Radcliffe, Kevin Hartman, Holly Bristow
(FS Sun-EspIsrael Herredia, Sergio Ruiz

7:30 PM- Real Salt Lake at New York Red Bulls (ASN) David James, Brian Dunseth
(MSG) Steve Cangialosi, Shep Messing, Tina Cervasio

8 PM- Montreal Impact at Toronto FC (TSN 1, 3, 4, 5) Luke Wileman, Jason DeVos, Perry Solkowski

8:30 PM- D.C. United at Chicago Fire (CSN New England) Dave Johnson, Santino Quaranta
(CSN Chicago/TWCS Wisconsin) Dan Kelly, Kevin Egan, Danielle Slaton

11 PM- Portland Timbers at Los Angeles Galaxy (ESPN2/TSN2Adrian Healy, Taylor Twellman
(ESPN DeportesRichard Méndez, Giovanni Savarese

Friday, June 26
10:15 PM- Houston Dynamo at FC Dallas (UniMas/UDNRamsés Sandoval, Paul Caligiuri
(UniMas/UDN) Jose Luis Lopez Salido, Jorge Calvo, Marcelo Balboa

Saturday, June 27
5 PM- D.C. United at Toronto F.C. (CSN Mid-AtlanticDave Johnson, Santino Quaranta
(SNET 360Dan Dunleavy, Adrian Serioux, Gareth Wheeler

7 PM- Montreal Impact at Philadelphia Union (TVA SportsFrédéric Lord, Olivier Brett
(WPVI) Marc Zumoff, Peter Pappas

7:30 PM- Vancouver Whitecaps at New England Revolution (TSN2Peter Schaad, Jay DeMerit
(CSN New EnglandBrad Feldman, Paul Mariner

8:30 PM- Colorado Rapids at Sporting Kansas City (AltitudeRichard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa
(KMCI) Nate Bukaty, Andy Gruenebaum, Jake Yadrich

10 PM- Columbus Crew at Real Salt Lake (TWCS OhioDwight Burgess, Neil Sika
(ASN) David James, Brian Dunseth

10:30 PM- Los Angeles Galaxy at San Jose Earthquakes (TWCS LAJoe Tutino, Cobi Jones, Kelli Tennant
(TWCS DeportesSamuel Jacobo, Martin Zuniga, Elmur Souza
(CSN CaliforniaAnthony Pasarelli, Kelly Gray

Sunday, June 28
5 PM- New York Red Bulls at New York City FC (ESPN/TSN5Adrian Healy, Taylor Twellman, Allison Williams
(ESPN DeportesRichard Méndez, Giovanni Savarese

7 PM- Seattle Sounders at Portland Timbers (FS1/TSN2) Mark Rogondino, Brad Friedel, Keith Costigan
(Fox Deportes JIP @ 10:30 PMJohn Laguna, Mariano Trujillo, Claudio Suarez