Thursday, October 2, 2014

Fall Experimental Football League (FXFL) adds ESPN3 as broadcast partner

Unless you had Dish Network, DirecTV, or AT&T U-Verse, you might have wondered how you could watch the FXFL games beginning next week. In news announced today, all FXFL games will be streamed live on ESPN3. The FXFL joins the Arena Football League (outside of CBSSN games) and the Canadian Football League with all their games being streamed by the network.

Here's the release.
"The new FXFL developmental league has signed a deal with ESPN to have its games broadcast online and through the ESPN app.
The league begins play with four teams next Wednesday when Boston plays at Omaha. Commissioner Brian Woods calls having ESPN involved with its Game of the Week broadcasts "very exciting and important."
Another team is located in Brooklyn, and the fourth, called the Blacktips, will play all road games in 2014.
Woods already lined up regional television platforms for the prime-time games, most of which will be played on Wednesdays, but some on Fridays. Woods says that the league can reach more than 99 million homes through the affiliation with ESPN.
The Fall Experimental Football League is designed as a home for players who didn't make it into the NFL, but are seeking another shot. Rosters will have less than 40 players on game days."

In case you missed it last week, here's the full schedule. And since the Blacktips couldn't find a home arena, they have removed Florida from their name.

Wednesday, October 8
8 PM- Boston at Omaha

Wednesday, October 15
7:30 PM- Boston at Brooklyn
8 PM- Blacktips at Omaha

Friday, October 24
7:30 PM- Blacktips at Boston
7:30 PM- Omaha at Brooklyn

Friday, October 31
7:30 PM- Brooklyn at Boston

Wednesday, November 5
8 PM- Boston at Omaha

Friday, November 7
7:30 PM- Blacktips at Brooklyn

Wednesday, November 12
8 PM- Brooklyn at Omaha

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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Thursday, October 2
8:25 PM- Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers (CBS/NFL) Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
(Westwood One) Ian Eagle, Boomer Esiason, Hub Arkush

Sunday, October 5
1 PM- Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans (CBS) Andrew Catalon, Steve Beuerlein, Steve Tasker

1 PM- Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys (CBS) Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Jenny Dell
(Compass Media) Kevin Ray, Danny White

1 PM- Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts (CBS) Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
(ESPN Radio) Ryan Ruocco, Bill Polian, Ian Fitzsimmons

1 PM- Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars (CBS) Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcotts

1 PM- Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers (FOX) Thom Brennaman, David Diehl, Laura Okmin
(Westwood One) Kevin Lee, Mark Malone

1 PM- St. Louis Rams at Philadelphia Eagles (FOX) Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
(Sports USA) Larry Kahn, Ross Tucker, Troy West

1 PM- Atlanta Falcons at New York Giants (FOX) Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Pam Oliver

1 PM- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints (FOX) Dick Stockton, Kirk Morrison, Kristina Pink

1 PM- Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions (FOX) Sam Rosen, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale

4:05 PM- Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos (FOX) Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews
(Westwood One) Dave Sims, Rod Woodson

4:25 PM- Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers (CBS) Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
(Sports USA) Bob Fitzgerald, John Robinson, Rod Brooks

4:25 PM- New York Jets at San Diego Chargers (CBS) Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Evan Washburn
(Compass Media) Matt Smith, Curtis Conway

8:30 PM- Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots (NBC) Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
(Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, James Lofton, Anthony Becht

Monday, October 6
8:30 PM- Seattle Seahawks at Washington Redskins (ESPN) Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
(Westwood One) Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason, Ross Tucker

BYE WEEK: (2-2) Miami Dolphins, (0-4) Oakland Raiders

2014-15 UEFA Europa Matchday 2 TV & Streaming Information

All games will be available on Fox Soccer 2Go. All matches on Fox Soccer 2Go will begin 10 minutes before the listed time. 

Thursday, October 2
10 AM- FC Dinamo Moskva at PSV Eindhoven (ESPN Deportes+ [Esp.]

11 AM- Everton FC at FC Krasnodar (Fox Sports 1
(ESPN Deportes+ [Esp.]

Noon- LOSC Lille at VfL Wolfsburg (Fox Sports 2

Noon- SSC Napoli at SK Slovan Bratislava (Fox Soccer Plus

Noon- Sevilla FC at HNK Rijeka (ESPN Deportes [Esp.]

Noon- R. Standard de Liege at Feyenoord (ESPN Deportes+ [Esp.]

Noon- FC Metalist Kharkiv at KSC Lokeren OV

Noon- FC Steaua Bucuresti at FC Dynamo Kyiv

Noon- Legia Warszawa at Trabzonspor AS

Noon- Rio Ave FC at Aalborg BK

Noon- PAOK FC at EA Guingamp

Noon- BSC Young Boys at AC Sparta Praha

Noon- ACF Fiorentina at FC Dinamo Minsk

2:05 PM- Besiktas JK at Tottenham Hotspur FC (Fox Sports 1
(ESPN Deportes+ [Esp.]

2:05 PM- GNK Dinamo Zagreb at Celtic FC (Fox Sports 2

2:05 PM- Qarabag FK at FC Internazionale Milano (Fox Soccer Plus
(ESPN Deportes+ [Esp.]

2:05 PM- Apollon Limassol FC at Villarreal CF (ESPN Deportes [Esp.]

2:05 PM- FC Kobenhavn at Torino FC (ESPN Deportes+ [Esp.]

2:05 PM- VfL Borussia Monchengladbach at FC Zurich

2:05 PM- FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk at AS Saint-Etienne

2:05 PM- Club Brugge KV at HJK Helsinki

2:05 PM- FC Salzburg at FC Astra Giurgiu

2:05 PM- Panathinaikos FC at Estoril Praia

2:05 PM- FK Partizan at Asteras Tripolis FC

2014 MLS Week 30 TV Schedule

Thursday, October 2
8 PM- Chicago Fire at Philadelphia Union (ESPN2) Adrian Healy, Taylor Twellman
(ESPN Deportes [Esp.]) Richard Mendez, Giovanni Savares

Friday, October 3
8 PM- Sporting Kansas City at D. C. United (NBCSN, TSN2) John Strong, Robbie Earle

Saturday, October 4
6 PM- Houston Dynamo at New York Red Bulls (NBCSN) John Strong, Robbie Earle

7 PM- Vancouver Whitecaps at FC Dallas (Univision Deportes [Esp.]
(TSN2Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos
(TWCS Texas) Bob Strum, Kevin Hartman

7:30 PM- Columbus Crew at New England Revolution (TWCS Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Chrs Doran, Ashleigh Ignelzi
(Comcast New England) Brad Feldman, Paul Mariner, Jessie Coffield

10:30 PM- Toronto FC at Los Angeles Galaxy (TSN) Nigel Reed, Greg Sutton
(RDS2 [French]) Claudnie Douville, Michel Y. Lacroix
(TWCS LA) Joe Tutino, Cobi Jones, Kelli Tennant

11 PM- Portland Timbers at San Jose Earthquakes (NBCSN) Anthony Pasarelli, Brian Dunseth, Sebastian Salazar

Sunday, October 5
3 PM- Seattle Sounders at Colorado Rapids (UniMas [Esp.])
 (KZJO) Ross Fletcher, Kasey Keller
(Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa, Jason Kosmicki

5 PM- Montreal Impact at Chicago Fire (TVA Sports [French]) Frederic Lord, Olivier Brett
(WPWR, TWCS Wisconsin) Dan Kelly, Kevin Egan

7 PM- Real Salt Lake at Chivas USA (KUCW) Bill Riley, Brian Dunseth
(KDOC) Christian Miles, Danny Lee

2014 College Football Division 1 Week 6 TV, National Radio, & Streaming Schedule

Thursday, October 2
7 PM- UCF at Houston (ESPN) Dave Lamont, Ray Bentley, Kayce Smith

7 PM- FAU at FIU (FSN) Mark Followill, Brian Baldinger, Lesley McCaslin

7:30 PM- Alabama State at Alcorn State (ESPNU) Mark Neely, Jay Walker

10:30 PM- Arizona at Oregon (ESPN) Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Samantha Ponder
(Sports USA) John Ahlers, John Robinson

Friday, October 3
6:30 PM- Lafayette at Fordham (CBSSN) Jason Horowitz, London Fletcher, Melanie Collins

7 PM- Louisville at Syracuse (ESPN) Ryan Ruocco, Danny Kanell, Niki Noto

10 PM- San Diego State at Fresno State (CBSSN) Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor, Jamie Erdahl

10:15 PM- Utah State at BYU (ESPN) Dave Flemming, Mike Bellotti, Allison Williams
(*BYUtv) Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, Andy Boyce, Lauren Francom 
(Cougar IMG) Greg Wrubell, Marc Lyons, Nate Meikle

Saturday, October 4
Noon- Ohio State at Maryland (ABC) Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, Todd McShay

Noon- Texas A&M at Mississippi State (ESPN) Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, Tom Luginbill

Noon- Purdue at Illinois (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, Paul Carcaterra

Noon- SMU at East Carolina (ESPNU) Adam Amin, John Cognemi

Noon- Iowa State at Oklahoma State (Fox Sports 1) Tim Brando, Brady Quinn

Noon- Marshall at Old Dominion (FSN) Brendan Burke, Ben Leber, Christian Steckel

Noon- Ball State at Army (CBSSN) Ben Holden, Kevin O'Connell, Courtney Fallon

Noon- Florida at Tennessee (SEC) Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer, Maria Taylor

Noon- Southern Miss at Middle Tennessee (ASN, C-USA Digital) Mike Gleason, Jim Donnan

12:30 PM- Virginia Tech at North Carolina (ACC Network, ESPN3) Tim Brant, Dave Archer, Rachel Baribeau

12:30 PM- Villanova at Maine (WVII, FCS Pacific) Dan Hannigan, Brian Sullivan, Brittany Devane

1 PM- Holy Cross at Colgate (TWCS NY) Kevin Brown, Paul Sealy
(Patriot League Network) Matt Martucci, Ryan Vena

1:30 PM- Penn at Dartmouth (FCS Atlantic) Eric Frede, Steve DeOssie, Katie Fitzpatrick

2:30 PM- North Texas at Indiana (BTN) Eric Collins, Chuck Long, Rebecca Haarlow

2:30 PM- Montana at North Dakota (Cowles Montana, Midco SN, FCS Central, Watch Big Sky) Dan Hammer, Ryan Kasowski, Greg Stemen

3 PM- Youngstown State at Missouri State (Mediacom) Don West, Jim Powers

3:30 PM- Baylor at Texas (ABC, ESPN3) Bob Wischusen, Matt Millen, Quint Kessenich

3:30 PM- Wake Forest at Florida State (ABC, ESPN3) Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Jeannine Edwards

3:30 PM- Alabama at Ole Miss (CBS) Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, Allie LaForce
(Sports USA) Wayne Randazzo, Gary Barnett

3:30 PM- Stanford at Notre Dame (NBC) Dan Hicks, Mike Mayock, Kathryn Tappen, Doug Flutie
(Notre Dame IMG) Don Criqui, Allen Pinkett, Jeff Jeffers

3:30 PM- Oklahoma at TCU (FOX) Joe Davis, Joey Harrington, Kris Budden

3:30 PM- Wisconsin at Northwestern (ESPN2) Eamon McAnaney, David Diaz-Infante, Dawn Davenport
(Compass Media) Gregg Daniels, Dale Hellestrae

3:30 PM- NC State at Clemson (ESPNU) Anish Shroff, Kelly Stouffer

3:30 PM- Navy at Air Force (CBSSN) John Sadak, Randy Cross, Sussanah Collins

3:30 PM- New Mexico at UTSA (ASN) Ron Thulin, Keith Moreland

3:30 PM- Buffalo at Bowling Green (BCSN, ESPN3) Greg Franke, Tom Cole, Kate Longenecker

3:30 PM- Stony Brook at Towson (NBC Regional, CAA.TV) Joe Beninati, Andy Gresh, Al Koken

4 PM- Kansas at West Virginia (FSN) Mark Folowill, Brian Baldinger, Lesley McCaslin

4 PM- Vanderbilt at Georgia (SEC) Dave Neal, Andre Ware, Laura Rutledge

4 PM- Oregon State at Colorado (P12) Ted Robinson, Glenn Parker, Jill Savage

4 PM- North Dakota State at Western Illinois (MVC TV, ESPN3) Scott Warmann, Danan Hughes

4 PM- Northwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana (SLC TV, SLC Digital, ESPN3) Randy McIlvoy, Shea Walker, Jessica Poumaroux

4:30 PM- Idaho State at Eastern Washington (SWX, Watch Big Sky) Greg Heister, Bill Ames

6:30 PM- Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Southern (CST) Todd Kalas, James Verrett, Taylor Hasley

7 PM- LSU at Auburn (ESPN) Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe
(Westwood One) Jason Benetti, Derek Rackley

7 PM- Texas Tech at Kansas State (ESPNU) Clay Matvick, Anthony Becht, Cara Capuano

7 PM- Memphis at Cincinnati (CBSSN) Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous, Lauren Gardner

7 PM- Michigan at Rutgers (BTN) Kevin Kugler, Glen Mason, Shaun O'Hara, Lisa Byington

7 PM- UTEP at Louisiana Tech (FCS Central) Mike Morgan, JC Pearson, Steffi Sorensen

7 PM- Hawaii at Rice (ASN, Oceanic PPV) Dave Armstrong, Jim Donnan

7 PM- Richmond at Liberty (Flames SN, ESPN3, Big South Network) Mike Tilley, Matt Warner, Lyndsay Keith, Chierstin Susel

7 PM- Coastal Carolina at Furman (WMYA, ESPN3, SoCon Digital) Chuck Hussion, Corey Stewart, Van Earle Wright

7 PM- Eastern Kentucky at Austin Peay (APSU TV, OVC Digital

7 PM- Lamar at Abilene Christian (*KTES) Grant Boone, Bob Strater, Matt Sloan

7:30 PM- Arizona State at USC (FOX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Molly McGrath
(ESPN Radio) Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad

7:30 PM- Miami [FL] at Georgia Tech (ESPN2) Joe Tessitore, Brock Huard, Shannon Spake

7:30 PM- South Carolina at Kentucky (SEC) Tom Hart, Matt Stnichcomb, Heather Mitts

7:30 PM- Pittsburgh at Virginia (ACC Regional, ESPN3) Wes Durham, James Bates, Jenn Hildreth

7:30 PM- UC Davis at Portland State (ROOT, Audience Network) Tom Glasgow, Jason Stiles, Jen Mueller

8 PM- Nebraska at Michigan State (ABC, ESPN3) Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox
(TBC Radio Sports) George Blaha, Jason Strayhorn, Otis Wiley
(Touchdown Radio) Roxy Bernstein, Gino Torretta

8 PM- UNLV at San Jose State (ESPNews) Mike Couzens, Dan Hawkins

8 PM- Georgia Southern at New Mexico State (Aggie Vision, ESPN3) Jeff Siembieda, Danny Knee

8 PM- Mississippi Valley State at Texas Southern (*CSN Houston, Youtube) Butch Alsandor, Dejuan Fulgham, Nick Strong

8 PM- Murray State at Tennessee Tech (WCTE, OVC Digital) Sam Brooks, Tim Scruggs

9 PM- Montana State at Sacramento State (Cowles Montana, Watch Big Sky) Chris Myers, Rob Callaghan, Rob Jelleson

10:30 PM- Utah at UCLA (ESPN2) Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, Jessica Mendoza

10:30 PM- Boise State at Nevada (CBSSN) Rich Waltz, Adam Archuleta, Cassie Gallo

10:30 PM- California at Washington State (P12) Kevin Calabro, Yogi Roth, Lewis Johnson

Noon- Harvard at Georgetown (GU Hoyas Videos) Chuck Timanswill, Ryan Sakamoto

12:30 PM- Princeton at Columbia (Ivy League Digital) Jerry Recco, Sal Licata

12:30 PM- Yale at Cornell (Ivy League Digital) Barry Leonard, Buck Briggs

1 PM- Campbell at Morehead State (OVC Digital) Chuck Mraz, Jason Blanton, Mike Williams

1 PM- Dayton at Davidson (Davidson All-Access) Mark Plemmons, Lenny Baytcki

1 PM- Dayton at Rhode Island (A10 Digital) Steve McDonald, Terry Lynch

1 PM- Drake at Jacksonville (ASUN.TV) Scott Manze

1 PM- West Liberty at Duquesne (NEC Front Row) Tad Maurey, Bob Healy

1 PM- Bucknell at Bryant (NEC Front Row) Tristan Hobbes, Tim Lynch

1 PM- Marist at Valparaiso ( Todd Ickow, Dave Huseman

1:30 PM- The Citadel at Wofford (ESPN3) Darren Goldwater, Corey Miller

1:30 PM- Charlotte at Gardner-Webb (ESPN3) Mike Hogewood, Mike Gleason

1:30 PM- New Hampshire at Elon (Phoenix All-Access) Dave Hibbard, Taylor Durham

2 PM- Eastern Michigan at Akron (ESPN3) Michael Reghi, Jerod Cherry

2 PM- Tennessee State at Southeastern Missouri (OVC Digital) Todd Richards, Lawrence Brookins

2 PM- Howard at NC Central (NCCU Sports Network) Chris Hooks, Joe Simmons

2 PM- Western Carolina at Presbyterian (Big South Network) Eric Thacker, John Orck

2 PM- Norfolk State at Savannah State (Savannah State All Access) Toby Hyde, Curtis Foster

2:30 PM- Massachusetts at Miami [OH] (ESPN3) Jim Barbar, Mickey Matthews

3 PM- Tulsa at Colorado State (MW Network) Ari Wolfe, Pat Hill

3 PM- Monmouth at Robert Morris (NEC Front Row) Chris Shovlin, Brian Cleary

3 PM- South Dakota at Illinois State (RedBirdHD TV) Dick Luedke, Ted Schmitz, Craig Bertsche

3 PM- Northern Iowa at Indiana State (Sycamore Vision) Brian Fritz, Tom James

3 PM- Mercer at Samford (Samford Sports TV, SoCon Digital) Mike Grace, Scot Harrison, Blake Gardner

3:30 PM- Ohio at Central Michigan (ESPN3) Dave Weekley, John Gregory

3:30 PM- South Carolina State vs. North Carolina A&T (ESPN3) Mark Neely, Jay Walker

3:30 PM- Sacred Heart at Delaware (Blue Hens Sports Network) Chad Klatkzkin, Matt Janus, Mike Milburn

3:30 PM Northern Arizona at Northern Colorado (Watch Big Sky) Kyle Johnson

4 PM- UT Martin at Jacksonville State (ESPN3) Kevin Ingram, Bob Bevlin

4 PM- Delaware State at Bethune-Cookman (Cateye Network) Joe LaBarbera, Larry Wesley, Terrance Gatling

4 PM- Virginia Military at Chattanooga (SoCon Digital) Jim Reynolds, Todd Agne, Will Poindexter

5 PM- Kent State at Northern Illinois (ESPN3) Shawn Kenney, Bob Chmeil

5 PM- Morgan State at Florida A&M (Rattler Vision) Joshua Jackson, Michael Smith

6 PM- South Alabama at Appalachian State (ESPN3) Matt Stewart, Al Groh, Danielle Green

6 PM- James Madison at Albany (Dane Zone) Rodger Wyland, Zach Bye

6 PM- Butler at Stetson (Hatter Vision) Matt Musgrove, Steve Osterman

6 PM- Alderson-Broaddus at Wagner (NEC Front Row) Pete Mundo

7 PM- Toledo at Western Michigan (ESPN3) Dan Gutowsky, Dustin Fox

7 PM- Idaho at Texas State (ESPN3) Joel Meyers, Rene Ingoglia

7 PM- Georgia State at Louisiana-Lafayette (ESPN3) Drew Fellios, Forest Conoly

7 PM- Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State (ESPN3) Brock Bowling, Wayne Gandy

7 PM- UAB at Western Kentucky (C-USA DigitalRandy Lee, Leo Peckenpaugh, Terry Obee

7 PM- Central Arkansas at Stephen F. Austin (ESPN3) Lincoln Rose, Lemont Williams

7 PM- South Dakota at Southern Illinois (Salukis All-Access) Mike Reis, Green, Joel Sambursky

7 PM- Houston Baptist at Incarnate Word (UIWtv) Chris Reyes, Anthony Gollab

7 PM- Nicholls State at McNeese State (Cowboy Insider) Tom Hoefer, Johnny Sudham, Ron Hayes

7 PM- Prairie View A&M at Jackson State (JSU TV) Spencer McClenty, Willie Richardson, Jefferey Moore

9 PM- Southern Utah at Cal Poly (Watch Big Sky) Tom Barket, Lloyd Nelson

No Stream or TV:
3 PM- Grambling State at Alabama A&M

*-Tape Delayed TV broadcast

Monday, September 29, 2014

2014 MLB Wild Card & Division Series TV & National Radio Schedule

Wild Card- Tuesday, September 30
8 PM- Oakland Athletics at Kansas City Royals
TBS Announcers: Ernie Johnson, Ron Darling, Cal Ripken Jr., Matt Winer
ESPN Radio Announcers: Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton

Division Series
Kansas City Royals vs. Los Angeles Angels
TBS Announcers: Ernie Johnson, Ron Darling, Cal Ripken Jr., Matt Winer
ESPN Radio Announcers: Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton
October 2- 9 PM- at Los Angeles
October 3- 9:30 PM- at Los Angeles
October 5- 7:30 PM- at Kansas City
October 6- at Kansas City
October 8- at Los Angeles

 Detroit Tigers vs. Baltimore Orioles 
TBS Announcers: Brian Anderson, Dennis Eckersley, Joe Simpson, Jamie Maggio
ESPN Radio Announcers: Chris Berman (Gms 1, 2, 5), Dave Flemming (Gms 3, 4), Rick Sutcliffe
October 2- 5:30 PM- at Baltimore
October 3- Noon- at Baltimore
October 5- 3:30 PM- at Detroit
October 6- at Detroit
October 8- at Baltimore

Wild Card- Wednesday, October 1
8 PM- San Francisco Giants at Pittsburgh Pirates 
ESPN Announcers: Dan Shulman, John Kruk, Buster Olney, Tim Kurkjian
ESPN Radio Announcers: Dave O'Brien, Aaron Boone

Division Series 
San Francisco Giants vs. Washington Nationals
Fox Sports 1/MLB Network Announcers: Matt Vasgersian, John Smoltz, Jon Paul Morosi (Gms 1-2, 4-5), Sam Ryan (Gm 3)
ESPN Radio Announcers: Dave O'Brien, John Kruk
October 3- 3 PM- at Washington (FS1) 
October 4- 5:30 PM- at Washington (FS1) 
October 6- at San Francisco (MLB Network) 
October 7- at San Francisco (FS1) 
October 9- at Washington (FS1) 

Saint Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
Fox Sports 1/MLB Network Announcers: Joe Buck (Gm 1), Bob Costas (Gm 2), Thom Brennaman (Gms 3-5), Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci, Ken Rosenthal
ESPN Radio Announcers: Dan Shulman, Aaron Boone
October 3- 6:30 PM- at Los Angeles (FS1) 
October 4- 9:30 PM- at Los Angeles (MLB Network) 
October 6- at Saint Louis (FS1) 
October 7- at Saint Louis (FS1) 
October 9- at Los Angeles (FS1)

Sunday, September 28, 2014

2014-15 UEFA Champions Matchday 2 TV & Streaming Information

Tuesday, September 30
11:45 AM- Bayern Munich at CSKA Moskva (Fox Soccer Plus, ESPN3
(ESPN Deportes)

2:30 PM- AS Roma at Manchester City (Fox Sports 1)

2:30 PM- Chelsea at Sporting Portugal (Fox Sports 2)
(ESPN Deportes+)

2:30 PM- Barcelona at Paris Saint-Germain (FSN)
(Fox Deportes

2:30 PM- Porto at Shakhtar Donetsk (ESPN3)
(ESPN Deportes)  

2:30 PM- Athletic Club at BATE Borisov (ESPN3)
(ESPN Deportes+)

 2:30 PM- NK Maribor at Schalke 04 (ESPN3)

2:30 PM- Ajax at APOEL (ESPN3)

Wednesday, October 1
11:45 AM- AS Monaco at Zenit (Fox Soccer Plus, ESPN3
(Fox Deportes)

2:30 PM- Galatasary AS at Arsenal (Fox Sports 1)
(Fox Deportes)

2:30 PM- Liverpool at Basel 1893 (Fox Sports 2)

2:30 PM- Real Madrid at Ludogorets Razgrad (FSN
(ESPN Deportes)

2:30 PM- Juventus at Atletico de Madrid (ESPN2)
(ESPN Deportes+)

2:30 PM- Olympiacos at Malmo FF (ESPN3)
(ESPN Deportes+

2:30 PM- SL Benfica at Bayer 04 Leverkusen (ESPN3)
(ESPN Deportes+)

2:30 PM- Borussia Dortmund at RSC Anderlecht (ESPN3)