The Texas Rangers have set their 2018 spring training broadcast schedule, which includes 10 television games, 16 radio contests, and 14 free webcasts on texasrangers.com Gameday Audio. Many opportunities to see and hear baseball.
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The Rangers' regular season television rights holder, Fox Sports Southwest is scheduled to carry four Texas productions, beginning with the Monday, March 12 contest versus the Kansas City Royals at Surprise (8:05 pm).
Other Fox Sports Southwest productions will be Monday, March 19 vs. Colorado (8:05 pm) and Wednesday, March 21 vs. the Chicago Cubs (3:05 pm), both in Surprise; and Monday, March 26 against Cincinnati in Arlington (7:05 pm).
In addition, three games from Surprise will be carried by TXA21: Saturday, March 17 vs. Kansas City (8:05 pm); Sunday, March 18 vs. the Los Angeles Angels (3:05 pm); and Thursday, March 22 vs. Cincinnati (8:05 pm).
FOX Sports Southwest will also carry the opponents' television broadcast for an additional three games: Sunday, March 11 vs. the Los Angeles Angels at 3:10 pm on FSSW+; Tuesday, March 13 vs. Milwaukee at 3:05 pm on FSSW; and Friday, March 23 vs. San Diego at 8:40 pm on FSSW+.
The Rangers’ radio flagship, 105.3 The FAN will carry 16 games beginning with the opener on Saturday, February 24 versus the Chicago Cubs in Mesa (2:05 pm). The radio schedule will consist of weekday night games and all weekend contests. A number of stations on the Texas Rangers radio network will also carry the games.
The 14 free webcasts on texasrangers.com Gameday Audio begin on Monday, February 26 when the Rangers host the Los Angeles Dodgers at Surprise Stadium at 2:05 pm.
Dave Raymond, C.J. Nitkowski, and Emily Jones will provide television coverage while Eric Nadel, Matt Hicks, and Jared Sandler will call the majority of the spring radio games.
The Rangers Spanish flagship radio station Univision Radio 1270 AM will carry the spring training game vs. Cincinnati on Monday, March 26 (7:05 pm) at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Eleno Ornelas and Jose Guzman will team on the home Spanish broadcasts in 2018.