Thursday, May 28, 2015

2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup Opening Round TV Schedule- every game on Fox Networks


Beginning tomorrow night, the FIFA U-20 comes to the networks of Fox and the Spanish networks of NBC. For the first time in the US history of the U-20 World Cup every game is being televised. Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, and Fox Soccer Plus will televise all the games in English. NBC Universo and Telemundo will televise select games in Spanish. 

It is unknown if Fox will be calling the games from their studio or using the international feed. No announcing assignments have been produced. Nevertheless I feel it is important to post the schedule and the networks the games will air on so fans have the chance to tune in.

Please note that the NBCU listings will only show which games they are airing live. They will be airing additional matches on a tape delayed basis. Also, the times listed for these matches are the start times. NBCU and Telemundo coverage will actually begin 12 minutes before the listed start time.

Here we go. Only the first round schedule will be posted at this time. All times listed are Eastern Daylight Time.

Friday, May 29
9 PM- New Zealand vs. Ukraine (FS1)
(NBCU

Midnight- USA vs. Myanmar (FS1) Mark Followill, Cobi Jones
(NBCU

Midnight- Argentina vs. Panama (FS2

3 AM- Ghana vs. Austria (FS2

Saturday, May 30
9 PM- Mexico vs. Mali (FS2) Ross Dyer, Janusz Michallik
(TELE

9 PM- Qatar vs. Colombia (Fox Soccer+)
(NBCU

Midnight- Uruguay vs. Serbia (FS2

Midnight- Portugal vs. Senegal (Fox Soccer+

Sunday, May 31
9 PM- Nigeria vs. Brazil (FS2)
(NBCU

9 PM- Germany vs. Fiji (Fox Soccer+

Midnight- Uzbekistan vs. Honduras (FS1)
(NBCU

Midnight- Korea DPR vs. Hungary (FS2

Monday, June 1
9 PM- Myanmar vs. Ukraine (FS2)

Midnight- Austria vs. Panama (FS2)
(NBCU

3 AM- New Zealand vs. USA (FS1) Mark Followill, Cobi Jones
(NBCU

3 AM- Argentina vs. Ghana (FS2

Tuesday, June 2
Midnight- Mexico vs. Uruguay (FS1) Ross Dyer, Janusz Michallik
(NBCU, TELE

Midnight- Qatar vs. Portugal (FS2)

3 AM- Senegal vs. Colombia (FS1)
(NBCU

3 AM- Serbia vs. Mali (FS2

Wednesday, June 3
Midnight- Honduras vs. Fiji (FS2)
(NBCU

Midnight- Nigeria vs. Korea DPR (Fox Soccer+

3 AM- Hungary vs. Brazil (FS1)
(NBCU

3 AM- Germany vs. Uzbekistan (FS2

Thursday, June 4
Midnight- Austria vs. Argentina (FS1)
(NBCU

Midnight- Panama vs. Ghana (FS2

3 AM- Ukraine vs. USA (FS1) Mark Followill, Cobi Jones
(NBCU

3 AM- Myanmar vs. New Zealand (FS2

Friday, June 5
9 PM- Colombia vs. Portugal (FS2)
(TELE)

9 PM- Senegal vs. Qatar (Fox Soccer+

Midnight- Serbia vs. Mexico (FS1) Keith Costigan, Tony Meola
(NBCU, TELE

Midnight- Mali vs. Uruguay (FS2)

Saturday, June 6
10 PM- Fiji vs. Uzbekistan (FS2)

10 PM- Honduras vs. Germany (Fox Soccer+)
(TELE

1 AM- Brazil vs. Korea DPR (FS2)
(NBCU

1 AM- Hungary vs. Nigeria (Fox Soccer+

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

2015 MLS Week 13 TV Schedule


Wednesday, May 27
10 PM- Colorado Rapids at Seattle Sounders (Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa
(KZJO) Ross Fletcher, Kasey Keller

10:30 PM- Real Salt Lake at Los Angeles Galaxy (ASN) David James, Brian Dunseth
(TWCS LA) Joe Tutino, Cobi Jones, Kelli Tennant
(TWCS Deportes) Samuel Jacobo, Martin Zúñiga, Elmur Souza

10:30 PM- D.C. United at Portland Timbers (CSN Mid-Atlantic) Dave Johnson, Santino Quaranta
(RT Northwest) Keith Bleyer, Ross Smith, Samantha Yarock

Friday, May 29
9 PM- FC Dallas at Sporting Kansas City (UniMas/UDN) Ramsés Sandoval, Paul Caliguri
(UniMas/UDN

Saturday, May 30
5 PM- San Jose Earthquakes at Toronto FC (CSN Bay Area) Anthony Passarelli, Kelly Gray
(TSN 4/5) Luke Wileman, Jason DeVos, Perry Solkowski

6 PM- Real Salt Lake at Vancouver Whitecaps FC (ASN) David James, Brian Dunseth
(TSN 1/3) Peter Schaad, Jay DeMerit

7 PM- Philadelphia Union at D.C. United (Comcast Net) JP Dellacamera, Peter Pappas
(CSN Mid-Atlantic) Dave Johnson, Santino Quaranta

7 PM- Houston Dynamo at New York City FC (RT Southwest+) Glenn Davis, Eddie Robinson
(YES) Joe Tolleson, Ian Joy

7:30 PM- Columbus Crew at Orlando City SC (TWCS Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Neil Sika
(WRBW/FS Florida) Jeff Radcliffe, Kevin Hartman, Holly Bristow
(FS Florida-Esp) Israel Herredia, Sergio Ruiz

8:30 PM- Montreal Impact at Chicago Fire (TVA SportsFrédéric Lord, Olivier Brett
(CSN Chicago/TWCS Wisconsin) Dan Kelly, Kevin Egan, Danielle Slaton

9 PM- Portland Timbers at Colorado Rapids (KPDX) Keith Bleyer, Ross Smith or Robbie Earle
(Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa

Sunday, May 31
5 PM- New York Red Bulls at Seattle Sounders (ESPN2) Adrian Healy, Taylor Twellman
(ESPN DeportesRichard Méndez, Giovanni Savarese

7 PM- Los Angeles Galaxy at New England Revolution (FS 1) John Strong, Alexi Lalas, TBA
(Fox Deportes) John Laguna, Mariano Trujillo, Claudio Suarez

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

2015 College Softball World Series Broadcast Schedule


The field is down to 8. In roughly 1 weeks time we will have our 2015 Women's College World Series champion crowned. The networks of ESPN will carry all the action, and Westwood One will once again carry the championship series.

There is one slight change this year though. There will be a new announce team at the Women's College World Series. Gone from this years broadcast is Pam Ward. Instead of splitting up the two main analysts- Mendoza & Smith, ESPN will choose to have them teamed with Beth Mowins & Holly Rowe for all evening games and the championship series.

Replacing Pam Ward in the afternoons will be the new squad of Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough, & Laura Rutledge. This team served as the #2 broadcast team for SEC Network throughout the season.

Here's your full schedule breakdown. Remember that games will be filled in after all the action each evening or the following morning.

Thursday, May 28
Noon- Tennessee vs. Florida (ESPN) Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough, Laura Rutledge

2:30 PM- LSU vs. Auburn (ESPN) Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough, Laura Rutledge

7 PM- Alabama vs. Michigan (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

9:30 PM- UCLA vs. Oregon (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

Friday, May 29
7 PM- (ESPN) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

9:30 PM- (ESPN) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

Saturday, May 30
Noon- (ESPN) Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough, Laura Rutledge

2:30 PM- (ESPN) Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough, Laura Rutledge

7 PM- (ESPN) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

9:30 PM- (ESPN) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

Sunday, May 31
1 PM- (ESPN) Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough, Laura Rutledge

3:30 PM- (ESPN) Adam Amin, Amanda Scarborough, Laura Rutledge

7 PM (if necessary)- (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

9:30 PM (if necessary)- (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe

Monday, June 1
8 PM- Championship Game 1: (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe
(Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, Leah Amico

Tuesday, June 2
8 PM- Championship Game 2: (ESPN) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe
(Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, Leah Amico

Wednesday, June 3
8 PM- Championship Game 3 (if necessary): (ESPN) Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe
(Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, Leah Amico

Monday, May 25, 2015

2015 NCAA Baseball Regional Broadcast Schedule


The regular season is complete, and the regionals are upon us. For the third consecutive year every regional will be televised or streamed. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, SEC Network, Longhorn Network (Texas games), and ESPN3 will all provide coverage of the NCAA Baseball playoffs.

Once we make it to the college world series, Westwood One will join ESPN at providing the coverage of every single game. Now here is your regional schedule breakdown.

Remember that games on Saturday and Sunday will be updated as the tournament continues.Announcing assignments will also be filled in when they are posted at ESPN Media Zone, likely on Tuesday or Wednesday.

LOS ANGELES REGIONAL
Announcers: Clay Matvick, Mike Rooney
Friday, May 29
7 PM- Maryland vs. Ole Miss (ESPN3)

 11 PM- UCLA vs. Cal State Bakersfield (ESPNU)

Saturday, May 30
7 PM- 

 11 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
7 PM- 

 11 PM- 

Monday, June 1
 11 PM- 

LAKE ELSINORE REGIONAL
Announcers: Trey Bender, Jay Walker
Friday, May 29
6 PM- Virginia vs. USC (ESPN3

 10 PM- UC Santa Barbara vs. San Diego State (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
6 PM- (ESPN3

 10 PM- (ESPN3

Sunday, May 31
6 PM-  (ESPN3

 10 PM- (ESPN3

Monday, June 1
 9 PM- (ESPN3

STILLWATER REGIONAL
Announcers: Mark Neely, Jay Powell
Friday, May 29
1 PM- Oral Roberts vs. Arkansas (SEC)

7 PM- Oklahoma State vs. St. John's (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
1 PM-

7 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
1 PM- 

7 PM- 


Monday, June 1
7 PM- 

SPRINGFIELD REGIONAL
Announcers: Anish Shroff, Landon Powell
Friday, May 29
2 PM- Oregon vs. Iowa (ESPN3)

7 PM- Missouri State vs. Canisius (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
2 PM- (ESPN3

7 PM- (ESPN3

Sunday, May 31
3 PM- (ESPN3

8 PM- (ESPN3

Monday, June 1
2 PM- (ESPN3

CORAL GABLES REGIONAL
Announcers: Jason Benetti, Nick Belmonte
Friday, May 29
1 PM- Columbia vs. East Carolina (ESPN3)

7 PM- Miami vs. FIU (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
1 PM- (ESPN3

7 PM- (ESPN3

Sunday, May 31
1 PM- (ESPN3

7 PM- (ESPN3

Monday, June 1
7 PM- (ESPN3

DALLAS REGIONAL
Announcers: Kevin Dunn, Keith Moreland
Friday, May 29
2:30 PM- Texas vs. Oregon State (LHN/ESPN3)

7 PM- Dallas Baptist vs. VCU (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
Noon- 

7 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
1 PM- 

8 PM- 

Monday, June 1
8 PM- 

TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL
Announcers: Mike Couzens, Eduardo Perez
Friday, May 29
Noon- Auburn vs. College of Charleston (ESPN3)

6 PM- Florida State vs. Mercer (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
Noon- 

6 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
Noon- Auburn vs. College of Charleston (ESPN3)

6 PM- Florida State vs. Mercer (ESPN3)

Monday, June 1
6 PM- 

GAINESVILLE REGIONAL
Announcers: Mike Morgan, Dave Perno
Friday, May 29
1 PM- USF vs. Florida Atlantic (ESPN3)

7 PM- Florida vs. Florida A&M (SEC)

Saturday, May 30
1 PM- 

6 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
Noon- 

4 PM- 

Monday, June 1
7 PM- 

BATON ROUGE REGIONAL
Announcers: Mike Keith, Rusty Ensor
Friday, May 29
4 PM- LSU vs. Lehigh (SEC)

8 PM- Tulane vs. UNC Wilmington (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
4 PM- 

9 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
4 PM- 

8 PM- 

Monday, June 1
8 PM- 

HOUSTON REGIONAL
Announcers: Doug Sherman, John Gregory
Friday, May 29
3:30 PM- Rice vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN3)

8 PM- Houston vs. Houston Baptist (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
3:30 PM- (ESPN3

8 PM- (ESPN3

Sunday, May 31
3:30 PM- (ESPN3

8 PM- (ESPN3

Monday, June 1
8 PM- (ESPN3

COLLEGE STATION REGIONAL
Announcers: Tom Hart, Gabe Gross
Friday, May 29
1 PM- California vs. Coastal Carolina (ESPN3)

7 PM- Texas A&M vs. Texas Southern (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
1 PM- 

7 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
1 PM-

7 PM- 

Monday, June 1
7:30 PM- 

FORT WORTH REGIONAL
Announcers: Brett Dolan, Greg Swindell
Friday, May 29
3:30 PM- NC State vs. Stony Brook (ESPN3)

8 PM- TCU vs. Sacred Heart (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
3:30 PM- 

8 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
3:30 PM- 

8 PM- 

Monday, June 1
8 PM- 

CHAMPAIGN REGIONAL
Announcers: Jim Barbar, Jerry Kindall
Friday, May 29
1 PM- Notre Dame vs. Wright State (ESPN3)

8 PM- Illinois vs. Ohio (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
1 PM- (ESPN3

8 PM- (ESPN3

Sunday, May 31
1 PM- (ESPN3

8 PM- (ESPN3

Monday, June 1
2 PM- (ESPN3

NASHVILLE REGIONAL
Announcers: Dave Neal, Chris Burke
Friday, May 29
3 PM- Radford vs. Indiana (ESPN3)

8 PM- Vanderbilt vs. Lipscomb (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
4 PM- 

8 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
4 PM- 

8 PM- 

Monday, June 1
7:30 PM- 

FULLERTON REGIONAL
Announcers: Roxy Bernstein, Randy Flores
Friday, May 29
6 PM- Arizona State vs. Clemson (ESPN3)

10 PM- Cal State Fullerton vs. Pepperdine (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
7 PM- 

11 PM- 

Sunday, May 31
7 PM- 

11 PM- 

Monday, June 1
11 PM- 

LOUISVILLE REGIONAL
Announcers: Doug Bell, Wes Clements
Friday, May 29
2 PM- Bradley vs. Michigan (ESPN3)

6 PM- Louisville vs. Morehead State (ESPN3)

Saturday, May 30
Noon- (ESPN3

4 PM- (ESPN3

Sunday, May 31
Noon- (ESPN3

4 PM- (ESPN3

Monday, June 1
6 PM- (ESPN3

2015 MLB Week 8 TV & National Radio Schedule


Monday, May 25
1 PM- Kansas City Royals at New York Yankees (ESPN) Dan Shulman, Curt Schilling, John Kruk, Buster Olney
 (ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton
(FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler
(YES) Michael Kay, David Cone, Paul O'Neill

1 PM- Colorado Rockies at Cincinnati Reds (RT Rocky) Drew Goodman, George Frazier
(FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh

1 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets (CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling

1:30 PM- Houston Astros at Baltimore Orioles (RT Southwest) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(MASN) Jim Hunter, Mike Bordick

2 PM- Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven

2 PM- San Francisco Giants at Milwaukee Brewers (CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

2 PM- Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs (MASN2) Bob Carpenter, F.P. Santangelo
(WGN-TV) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

4 PM- Detroit Tigers at Oakland Athletics (ESPN) Dave O'Brien, Aaron Boone, Mark Mulder
(ESPN Radio) Roxy Bernstein, Jim Bowden
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

4 PM- Texas Rangers at Cleveland Indians (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

4 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at St. Louis Cardinals (FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Al Hrabosky

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Pittsburgh Pirates (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(MLB, RT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Steve Blass

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (CSN Chicago) Chuck Swirsky, Steve Stone
(SNET-1) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Seattle Mariners at Tampa Bay Rays (RT Northwest) Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Blowers
(FS Sun) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

8 PM- Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson
(MLB, SNLA) Vin Scully

9 PM- San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Angels (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

Tuesday, May 26
7 PM- Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs (ESPN) Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe
(MASN2) Bob Carpenter, F.P. Santangelo
(CSN Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

7 PM- Houston Astros at Baltimore Orioles (RT Southwest) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(MASN) Jim Hunter, Mike Bordick

 7 PM- Kansas City Royals at New York Yankees (FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvfre, Rex Hudler
(WPIX) Michael Kay, David Cone, Paul O'Neill

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Pittsburgh Pirates (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(RT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, Steve Blass

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (WPWR) Chuck Swirsky, Steve Stone
(SNET-1) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Colorado Rockies at Cincinnati Reds (RT Rocky) Drew Goodman, George Frazier
(FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh

7 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets (CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling

7 PM- Seattle Mariners at Tampa Bay Rays (RT Northwest) Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Blowers
(FS Sun) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

7 PM- Texas Rangers at Cleveland Indians (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

8 PM- Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven

8 PM- San Francisco Giants at Milwaukee Brewers (CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

8 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at St. Louis Cardinals (FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly
(FS Midwest)Dan McLaughlin, Al Hrabosky

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers (ESPN) Dave O'Brien, Aaron Boone, Mark Mulder
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson
(SNLA) Vin Scully

10 PM- Detroit Tigers at Oakland Athletics (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(CSN California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

10 PM- San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Angels (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

Wednesday, May 27
Noon- Texas Rangers at Cleveland Indians (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

12:30 PM- Miami Marlins at Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB, FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(RT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Bob Walk

12:30 PM- Colorado Rockies* at Cincinnati Reds* (MLB, MLB.TV) Marty Brennaman, Jeff Brantley

12:30 PM- Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (CSN Chicago) Chuck Swirsky, Steve Stone
(RSN) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

1 PM- Kansas City Royals at New York Yankees (FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler
(YES) Michael Kay, David Cone, Paul O'Neill

1 PM- Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy

1 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets (CSN Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling

1 PM- Seattle Mariners at Tampa Bay Rays (RT Northwest) Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Blowers

1:30 PM- San Francisco Giants at Milwaukee Brewers (CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

3:30 PM- Detroit Tigers at Oakland Athletics (MLB, FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(CSN California) Vince Cotroneo, Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

4:30 PM- Houston Astros at Baltimore Orioles (MLB, RT Southwest) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(MASN) Jim Hunter, Mike Bordick

8 PM- Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs (MLB, MASN2) Bob Carpenter, F.P. Santangelo
(CSN Chicago+) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at St. Louis Cardinals (MLB, FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob brenly
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Al Hrabosky

10 PM- San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Angels (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers (FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson
(SNLA) Vin Scully

Thursday, May 28
1 PM- Game 1: Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles (WGN) Chuck Swirsky, Steve Stone
(MASN) Gary Thorne, Mike Bordick

4:30 PM- Game 2: Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles (CSN Chicago) Chuck Swirsky, Steve Stone
(MASN) Gary Thorne, Mike Bordick

 8 PM- Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(MLB, FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve

10 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- New York Yankees at Oakland Athletics (YES) Bob Lorenz, John Flaherty
(CSN California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

10 PM- Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners (FS STO) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(RT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

10 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at San Diego Padres (RT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, John Wehner
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant, Mark Sweeney

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at San Francisco Giants (FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson
(CSN Bay) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

Friday, May 29
4 PM- Kansas City Royals at Chicago Cubs (FS Kansas City
(CSN Chicago

7 PM- Colorado Rockies at Philadelphia Phillies (RT Rocky
(WCAU

7 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (FS Sun
(MASN

7 PM- Miami Marlins at New York Mets (FS Florida
(SNY

7 PM- Washington Nationals at Cincinnati Reds (MASN2
(FS Ohio)

8 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) Bob Costas, John Smoltz, Tom Verducci
(SNLA
(FS Midwest)

8 PM- Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers (MLB
(NESN
(FS Southwest)

8 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Milwaukee Brewers (FS Arizona
(FS Wisconsin

8 PM- Chicago White Sox at Houston Astros (CSN Chicago
(RT Southwest

8 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Minnesota Twins (SNET-1
(FS North

10 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (FS Detroit
(FS West

10 PM- New York Yankees at Oakland Athletics (YES
(CSN California

10 PM- Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners (FS STO
(RT Northwest

10 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at San Diego Padres (RT Pittsburgh
(FS San Diego

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at San Francisco Giants (FS SportSouth
(CSN Bay)

Saturday, May 30
2 PM- Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins (NESN
(FS North

3 PM- Colorado Rockies at Philadelphia Phillies (RT Rocky
(CSN Philadelphia

4 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Milwaukee Brewers (FS1) Brian Anderson, Bob Brenly

4 PM- Miami Marlins at New York Mets (ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton
(FS Florida
(WPIX)

4 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (FS Sun
(MASN/WJZ

4 PM- Chicago White Sox at Houston Astros (CSN Chicago
(RT Southwest

4 PM- Washington Nationals at Cincinnati Reds (MASN2
(FS Ohio)

7 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at St. Louis Cardinals (FOX) Joe Buck, Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci, Ken Rosenthal

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers (FOX) Kenny Albert, Eric Karros, Jon Paul Morosi

7 PM- Kansas City Royals at Chicago Cubs (FOX) Len Kasper, CJ Nitkowski

10 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (MLB
(FS Detroit
(FS West

10 PM- New York Yankees at Oakland Athletics (MLB
(YES
(CSN California

10 PM- Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners (FS STO
(RT Northwest

10 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at San Diego Padres (RT Pittsburgh
(FS San Diego

10 PM- Atlanta Braves at San Francisco Giants (FS SportSouth
(CSN Bay)

Sunday, May 31
1 PM- Miami Marlins at New York Mets (FS Florida
(WPIX

1 PM- Washington Nationals at Cincinnati Reds (MASN2
(FS Ohio

1:30 PM- Colorado Rockies at Philadelphia Phillies (RT Rocky
(CSN Philadelphia

1:30 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (FS Sun
(MASN

2 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at st. Louis Cardinals (MLB
(SNLA
(FS Midwest

2 PM- Chicago White Sox at Houston Astros (MLB
(CSN Chicago
(RT Southwest

2 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Milwaukee Brewers (FS Arizona
(FS Wisconsin

2 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at  Minnesota Twins (RSN
(FS North

2 PM- Kansas City Royals at Chicago Cubs (FS Kansas City
(WLS

3 PM- Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers (NESN
(FS Southwest

4 PM- Atlanta Braves at San Francisco Giants (FS SportSouth
(CSN Bay

4 PM- New York Yankees at Oakland Athletics (YES
(CSN California

4 PM- Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners (FS STO
(RT Northwest)

7 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (ESPN) Dan Shulman, Curt Schilling, John Kruk, Buster Olney
(ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton

9 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at San Diego Padres (RT Pittsburgh)
(FS San Diego

*- Game shown on MLB Network in local teams home market.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

2015 FIFA Women's World Cup US TV Schedule Announced


The TV and radio announcers for each game will be announced at a later time, but Fox has announced their full TV schedule for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. Games will be on Fox, Fox Sports 1, and Fox Sports 2.

Also since I last posted info on the Women's Worlds Cup, Fox has come out and said that Grant Wahl, Julie Stewart-Binks, and Jenny Taft, whom have all served as their Major League Soccer sideline reporters this season, will serve as sideline reporters for the Women's World Cup.

For a list of the TV broadcast and TV studio team, please see my earlier post:
Fox finalizes 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Announce Teams

Now here is your full TV schedule for the 2015 Women's World Cup in the US. Weekly listings showing announcers will be done when the Cup starts up this summer.

Saturday, June 6
6 PM- Canada vs. China PR (Fox Sports 1)

9 PM- New Zealand vs. Netherlands (Fox Sports 2

Sunday, June 7
1 PM- Norway vs. Thailand (FOX)

4 PM- Germany vs. Ivory Coast (FOX

Monday, June 8
4 PM- Sweden vs. Nigeria (FOX)

7 PM- Cameroon vs. Ecuador (Fox Sports 2)

7:30 PM- USA vs. Australia (Fox Sports 1) JP Dellacamera, Cat Whitehill, Tony DiCicco

10 PM- Japan vs. Switzerland (Fox Sports 1)

Tuesday, June 9
1 PM- France vs. England (FOX)

4 PM- Colombia vs. Mexico (FOX)

4 PM- Spain vs. Costa Rica (Fox Sports 1)

7 PM- Brazil vs. South Korea (Fox Sports 1)

Thursday, June 11
4 PM- Germany vs. Norway (Fox Sports 1)

6 PM- China PR vs. Netherland (Fox Sports 2)

7 PM- Ivory Coast vs. Thailand (Fox Sports 1)

9 PM- Canada vs. New Zealand (Fox Sports 1)

Friday, June 12
5 PM- Australia vs. Nigeria (Fox Sports 1)

7 PM- Switzerland vs. Ecuador (Fox Sports 1)

8 PM- USA vs. Australia (FOXJP Dellacamera, Cat Whitehill, Tony DiCicco

10 PM- Japan vs. Cameroon (Fox Sports 1)

Saturday, June 13
1 PM- France vs. Colombia (FOX)

4 PM- England vs. Mexico (FOX)

4 PM- Brazil vs. Spain (Fox Sports 1)

7 PM- South Korea vs. Costa Rica (Fox Sports 2)

Monday, June 15
4 PM- Thailand vs. Germany (FOX)

4 PM- Ivory Coast vs. Norway (Fox Sports 1)

7:30 PM- Netherlands vs. Canada (Fox Sports 1)

7:30 PM- China PR vs. New Zealand (Fox Sports 2)

Tuesday, June 16
5 PM- Ecuador vs. Japan (Fox Sports 1)

5 PM- Switzerland vs. Cameroon (Fox Sports 2)

8 PM- USA vs. Nigeria (FOXJP Dellacamera, Cat Whitehill, Tony DiCicco

8 PM- Australia vs. Sweden (Fox Sports 1)

Wednesday, June 17
4 PM- Mexico vs. France (FOX)

4 PM- England vs. Colombia (Fox Sports 1)

7 PM- Costa Rica vs. Brazil (Fox Sports 1)

7 PM- South Korea vs. Spain (Fox Sports 2)

Saturday, June 20
4:30 & 7 PM- Round of 16 (Fox Sports 1)

Sunday, June 21
1, 4, & 7:30 PM- Round of 16 (Fox Sports 1)

Monday, June 22
5 & 8 PM- Round of 16 (Fox Sports 1)

Tuesday, June 23
10 PM- Round of 16 (Fox Sports 1)

Friday, June 26
4 & 7:30 PM- Quarterfinals (FOX)

Saturday, June 27
4 & 7:30 PM- Quarterfinals (Fox Sports 1)

Tuesday, June 30
7 PM- Semifinal (FOX)

Wednesday, July 1
7 PM- Semifinal (Fox Sports 1)

Saturday, July 4
4 PM- 3rd Place Match (FOX)

Sunday, July 5
7 PM- Final (FOX