The Pittsburgh Pirates at the moment introduced the entire broadcast schedule for the group’s 2021 Spring Coaching Grapefruit League video games. Each sport of the 2021 spring schedule is ready to be lined by one of many group’s official broadcast companions.
The spring schedule will start with the Pirates touring to Sarasota on Sunday, February 28, to tackle the Baltimore Orioles at 1:05 p.m. The sport shall be broadcast on the Pirates Flagship radio station 93.7 The Fan and throughout the 38-station Pirates Radio Community.
The primary televised sport is ready to be the Pirates Grapefruit League Dwelling Opener on Tuesday, March 2 vs the Detroit Tigers at 1:05 p.m. It is going to be the primary of a complete of 14 televised video games by the Pirates tv companion, AT&T SportsNet, essentially the most ever in its long-standing partnership with the Pirates.
A type of 14 video games would be the lone night time sport at LECOM on Friday, March 19, because the Membership hosts the Orioles at 6:05 p.m. The primary televised sport on Tuesday in addition to the Friday night time broadcast will embody a full 30-minute Pregame present and Postgame present with AT&T SportsNet broadcasters, analysts and interviews. Along with sport protection, AT&T SportsNet will air unique Pirates programming previous to the beginning of the season, together with new editions of Inside Pirates Baseball.
On the radio facet, the Pirates Flagship Radio Companions station 93.7 The Fan, Information Radio 100.1 FM and 1020 AM, in addition to the Pirates Radio Community will broadcast 18 contests in whole, essentially the most ever on radio throughout a Spring Coaching season.
All different remaining Pirates Grapefruit League video games might be heard by way of webcast at pirates.com with cell tune-in accessible by way of the MLB app. For the entire Pirates Spring Coaching broadcast schedule please go to pirates.com/broadcast.
Greg Brown, Joe Block, Bob Stroll and John Wehner will return to name the motion all through the 2021 season. The crew shall be joined this 12 months by a number of Pirates alumni serving as analysts and bringing their distinctive views to every sport. The listing of alumni consists of former Pirates pitcher Matt Capps; former Pirates catcher and present AT&T SportsNet analyst Michael McKenry; and former Pirates first baseman Kevin Younger. Brown and Block will deal with the play-by-play duties, Stroll and Wehner will function the first analysts, with Capps, McKenry and Younger becoming a member of the broadcasts on a rotational foundation.