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The meat: 10 Brewers games still aren’t being carried by some form of FOX Sports. They’re all day game, getaway dates.
- Wednesday, April 16 vs STL
- Wednesday, May 7 vs ARI
- Thursday, May 15 vs PIT
- Wednesday, June 25 vs WAS
- Thursday, July 10 vs PHI
- Wednesday, July 23 vs CIN
- Thursday, August 7 vs SF
- Thursday, August 14 @ CHC
- Wednesday, August 20 vs TOR
- Thursday, September 25 @ CIN
Following is the text of the press release originally found here: http://msn.foxsports.com/wisconsin/story/2014/03/04/brewers-2014-broadcast-schedule-announced
FOX Sports Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Brewers announced Tuesday a 150-game television schedule for the 2014 season. FOX Sports Wisconsin will serve as the exclusive local television home for the Milwaukee Brewers. Select Brewers games also will be televised nationally on FOX Sports and FOX Sports 1.
FOX Sports Wisconsin’s regular season coverage begins Monday, March 31, with the Brewers home opener against Atlanta – the first of seven televised games against the Braves.
Other highlights from the 2014 schedule include: eighteen games against division rivals the Chicago Cubs, a pair of home-and-home series with the Minnesota Twins scheduled for June 2-5, and three games against the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox.
Brian Anderson will continue to serve as the primary play-by-play announcer with newcomer Matt Lepay joining analyst Bill Schroeder in the broadcast booth for select telecasts. Craig Coshun also will serve as play-by-play announcer for select telecasts late in the season while continuing his role as the main host for Brewers Live pre- and postgame shows. Brewers Live airs before and after Brewers telecasts with Jeff Grayson, Telly Hughes and Sophia Minnaert reporting as well as analysis from former first base coach Davey Nelson and former Brewer Jerry Augustine.
FOX Sports Wisconsin also will televise a total of fourteen Brewers home spring training games in 2014.
2014 Milwaukee Brewers Broadcast Schedule
|Mar. 31||Monday||Atlanta||1:00 PM|
|Apr. 1||Tuesday||Atlanta||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 2||Wednesday||Atlanta||12:00 PM|
|Apr. 4||Friday||at Boston||1:00 PM|
|Apr. 5||Saturday||at Boston||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 6||Sunday||at Boston||12:30 PM|
|Apr. 7||Monday||at Philadelphia||2:00 PM*|
|Apr. 9||Wednesday||at Philadelphia||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 10||Thursday||at Philadelphia||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 11||Friday||Pittsburgh||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 12||Saturday||Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 13||Sunday||Pittsburgh||1:00 PM|
|Apr. 14||Monday||St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 15||Tuesday||St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 17||Thursday||at Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 18||Friday||at Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 19||Saturday||at Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 20||Sunday||at Pittsburgh||12:30 PM|
|Apr. 21||Monday||San Diego||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 22||Tuesday||San Diego||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 23||Wednesday||San Diego||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 25||Friday||Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 26||Saturday||Chicago Cubs||6:00 PM|
|Apr. 27||Sunday||Chicago Cubs||1:00 PM|
|Apr. 28||Monday||at St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 29||Tuesday||at St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Apr. 30||Wednesday||at St. Louis||12:30 PM*|
|May 1||Thursday||at Cincinnati||6:00 PM|
|May 2||Friday||at Cincinnati||6:00 PM|
|May 3||Saturday||at Cincinnati||6:00 PM|
|May 4||Sunday||at Cincinnati||3:00 PM|
|May 5||Monday||Arizona||7:00 PM|
|May 6||Tuesday||Arizona||7:00 PM|
|May 9||Friday||N.Y. Yankees||7:00 PM|
|May 10||Saturday||N.Y. Yankees||6:00 PM|
|May 11||Sunday||N.Y. Yankees||1:00 PM|
|May 13||Tuesday||Pittsburgh||7:00 PM|
|May 14||Wednesday||Pittsburgh||7:00 PM|
|May 16||Friday||at Chicago Cubs||1:00 PM*|
|May 17||Saturday||at Chicago Cubs||1:00 PM|
|May 18||Sunday||at Chicago Cubs||1:00 PM|
|May 19||Monday||at Atlanta||6:00 PM|
|May 20||Tuesday||at Atlanta||6:00 PM|
|May 21||Wednesday||at Atlanta||6:00 PM|
|May 22||Thursday||at Atlanta||6:00 PM|
|May 23||Friday||at Miami||6:00 PM|
|May 24||Saturday||at Miami||3:00 PM|
|May 25||Sunday||at Miami||12:00 PM|
|May 26||Monday||Baltimore||1:00 PM*|
|May 27||Tuesday||Baltimore||7:00 PM|
|May 28||Wednesday||Baltimore||7:00 PM|
|May 30||Friday||Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|May 31||Saturday||Chicago Cubs||3:00 PM 26|
|June 1||Sunday||Chicago Cubs||1:00 PM|
|June 2||Monday||Minnesota||7:00 PM|
|June 3||Tuesday||Minnesota||7:00 PM|
|June 4||Wednesday||at Minnesota||7:00 PM|
|June 5||Thursday||at Minnesota||7:00 PM|
|June 6||Friday||at Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|June 7||Saturday||at Pittsburgh||3:00 PM|
|June 8||Sunday||at Pittsburgh||12:30 PM|
|June 10||Tuesday||at N.Y. Mets||6:00 PM|
|June 11||Wednesday||at N.Y. Mets||6:00 PM|
|June 12||Thursday||at N.Y. Mets||6:00 PM|
|June 13||Friday||Cincinnati||7:00 PM|
|June 14||Saturday||Cincinnati||6:00 PM (FOX)|
|June 15||Sunday||Cincinnati||1:00 PM|
|June 16||Monday||at Arizona||8:30 PM|
|June 17||Tuesday||at Arizona||8:30 PM|
|June 18||Wednesday||at Arizona||8:30 PM|
|June 19||Thursday||at Arizona||2:30 PM*|
|June 20||Friday||at Colorado||7:30 PM|
|June 21||Saturday||at Colorado||3:00 PM|
|June 22||Sunday||at Colorado||3:00 PM|
|June 23||Monday||Washington||7:00 PM**|
|June 24||Tuesday||Washington||7:00 PM|
|June 26||Thursday||Colorado||7:00 PM|
|June 27||Friday||Colorado||7:00 PM|
|June 28||Saturday||Colorado||3:00 PM|
|June 29||Sunday||Colorado||1:00 PM|
|July 1||Tuesday||at Toronto||12:00 PM*|
|July 2||Wednesday||at Toronto||11:30 AM*|
|July 4||Friday||at Cincinnati||6:00 PM|
|July 5||Saturday||at Cincinnati||3:00 PM|
|July 6||Sunday||at Cincinnati||12:00 PM|
|July 7||Monday||Philadelphia||7:00 PM|
|July 8||Tuesday||Philadelphia||7:00 PM|
|July 9||Wednesday||Philadelphia||7:00 PM|
|July 11||Friday||St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|July 12||Saturday||St. Louis||3:00 PM (FS1)|
|July 13||Sunday||St. Louis||1:00 PM|
|July 18||Friday||at Washington||6:00 PM|
|July 19||Saturday||at Washington||6:00 PM|
|July 20||Sunday||at Washington||12:30 PM|
|July 21||Monday||Cincinnati||7:00 PM|
|July 22||Tuesday||Cincinnati||7:00 PM|
|July 24||Thursday||N.Y. Mets||7:00 PM|
|July 25||Friday||N.Y. Mets||7:00 PM|
|July 26||Saturday||N.Y. Mets||6:00 PM|
|July 27||Sunday||N.Y. Mets||1:00 PM|
|July 28||Monday||at Tampa Bay||6:00 PM|
|July 29||Tuesday||at Tampa Bay||6:00 PM|
|July 30||Wednesday||at Tampa Bay||11:00 AM|
|Aug. 1||Friday||at St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 2||Saturday||at St. Louis||6:00 PM|
|Aug. 3||Sunday||at St. Louis||1:00 PM|
|Aug. 5||Tuesday||San Francisco||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 6||Wednesday||San Francisco||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 8||Friday||L.A. Dodgers||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 9||Saturday||L.A. Dodgers||6:00 PM|
|Aug. 10||Sunday||L.A. Dodgers||1:00 PM|
|Aug. 11||Monday||at Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 12||Tuesday||at Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 13||Wednesday||at Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 15||Friday||at L.A. Dodgers||9:00 PM|
|Aug. 16||Saturday||at L.A. Dodgers||8:00 PM|
|Aug. 17||Sunday||at L.A. Dodgers||3:00 PM|
|Aug. 19||Tuesday||Toronto||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 22||Friday||Pittsburgh||7:00 PM|
|Aug. 23||Saturday||Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|Aug. 24||Sunday||Pittsburgh||1:00 PM|
|Aug. 25||Monday||at San Diego||9:00 PM|
|Aug. 26||Tuesday||at San Diego||9:00 PM|
|Aug. 27||Wednesday||at San Diego||9:00 PM|
|Aug. 29||Friday||at San Francisco||9:00 PM|
|Aug. 30||Saturday||at San Francisco||8:00 PM|
|Aug. 31||Sunday||at San Francisco||3:00 PM|
|Sept. 1||Monday||at Chicago Cubs||1:00 PM*|
|Sept. 2||Tuesday||at Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 3||Wednesday||at Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 4||Thursday||St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 5||Friday||St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 6||Saturday||St. Louis||6:00 PM|
|Sept. 7||Sunday||St. Louis||1:00 PM|
|Sept. 8||Monday||Miami||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 9||Tuesday||Miami||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 10||Wednesday||Miami||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 11||Thursday||Miami||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 12||Friday||Cincinnati||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 13||Saturday||Cincinnati||6:00 PM|
|Sept. 14||Sunday||Cincinnati||1:00 PM|
|Sept. 16||Tuesday||at St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 17||Wednesday||at St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 18||Thursday||at St. Louis||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 19||Friday||at Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|Sept. 20||Saturday||at Pittsburgh||6:00 PM|
|Sept. 21||Sunday||at Pittsburgh||12:30 PM|
|Sept. 23||Tuesday||at Cincinnati||6:00 PM|
|Sept. 24||Wednesday||at Cincinnati||6:00 PM|
|Sept. 26||Friday||Chicago Cubs||7:00 PM|
|Sept. 27||Saturday||Chicago Cubs||6:00 PM|
|Sept. 28||Sunday||Chicago Cubs||1:00 PM|
*Denotes weekday day games that will be replayed in primetime
FS1: Game televised nationally on FOX Sports 1
FOX: Game televised nationally on FOX Sports
All Times Central
Schedule Subject to Change
The Milwaukee Brewers and FOX Sports Wisconsin today announced the addition of Matt Lepay to the television broadcast team.
Lepay will handle play-by-play for approximately 35 Brewers telecasts this season, filling in for Brian Anderson who will be handling national telecast work.
Lepay is a seven-time winner of the “Wisconsin Sportscaster of the Year” Award, presented by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. Since 1994, Lepay has been the voice of Wisconsin Badgers football, and he is currently in his 26thth season as the men’s basketball play-by-play announcer.
“Matt is a great fit for this role, given his passion for sports in Wisconsin and his connection to fans throughout the state,” said Brewers Chief Operating Officer Rick Schlesinger. “We are thrilled to bring Matt on board, and look forward to his work on Brewers telecasts throughout the season.”
Lepay joined WIBA Radio in Madison in 1994 after a stint as sports director at WTSO Radio (also in Madison).
“Matt is obviously a knowledgeable sports mind and a professional who has established a strong connection with fans across the state of Wisconsin,” said Mike Dimond, Senior Vice President and General Manager for FOX Sports Wisconsin. “I think Brewers fans will really enjoy his approach to the game. We’re excited to have him as part of our broadcast team.”
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Lepay and his wife Linda reside in Cross Plains, Wis.
“I am honored and humbled to have this opportunity to be a part of the Brewers and Fox Sports Wisconsin broadcast team,” Lepay said. “I very much admire the work of Brian, Bill, Craig and everyone associated with the telecasts, and I am eager to join them this season. The chance to call baseball is a lifelong dream, and I thank the Brewers and FOX Sports Wisconsin for helping me realize that dream.”
Lepay will continue is his current role as the radio voice for Badgers football and basketball.
Craig Coshun will return for his 14th season of covering the Brewers, and will continue in his role as the lead pre- and post-game host for FOX Sports Wisconsin. He will also handle play-by-play for select Brewers telecasts of FOX Sports Wisconsin during Spring Training and the regular season.
So far once again this Spring, whenever I’ve posted a lineup or scheduled pitchers for a given game someone asks if the game is on TV or radio (or hopefully both).
I don’t mind answering the questions because interaction with you on Twitter and/or Facebook is part of the reason that I’ve got the community that I do, but in order to help get you the answer more quickly, I’m blogging it all in once place like I did last year.
Adding this post’s URL to your favorites list is probably a quality idea as well.
In case you’re reading this via the homepage, the permalink for this post is:
Here are the dates, with scheduled first pitch time listed in Central Time. It takes into account Daylight Savings Time. NOTE: Morning start times on MLB Network are telecasts of the previous day’s games.
– Friday, March 1, 2:05 p.m.
– Saturday, March 2, 2:05 p.m.
– Wednesday, March 6, 2:05 p.m.
– Thursday, March 7, 2:05 p.m.
– Friday, March 8, 2:05 p.m.
– Saturday, March 9 2:05 p.m.
– Monday, March 11 3:05 p.m.
– Friday, March 15, 3:05 p.m.
– Saturday, March 16, 3:05 p.m.
– Tuesday, March 19, 3:05 p.m.
– Friday, March 22, 3:05 p.m.
– Saturday, March 23, 3:05 p.m.
– Monday, March 25, 3:05 p.m.
– Thursday, March 28, 3:05 p.m.
– Friday, March 29, 7:10 p.m.
– Saturday, March 30, 1:10 p.m.
– Monday, March 11, 3:05 p.m. *LIVE* || FSWisconsin
– Monday, March 11, 8:00 p.m. *REPLAY* || MLB Network
– Wednesday, March 13, 9:10 p.m. *LIVE* || FSWisconsin
– Wednesday, March 13, 10:00 p.m. *DELAY* || MLB Network
– Monday, March 18, 9:00 a.m. || MLB Network
– Monday, March 18, 3:00 p.m. *LIVE* || MLB Network
– Tuesday, March 19, 3:05 p.m. *LIVE* || FSWisconsin
– Wednesday, March 20, 8:00 a.m. || MLB Network
– Friday, March 22, 3:05 p.m. || WGN
– Sunday, March 24, 3:05 p.m. || FSWisconsin
– Friday, March 29, 7:10 p.m. || FSWisconsin
From the press release:
FOX Sports Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Brewers announced today a 150-game television schedule for the 2013 season. FOX Sports Wisconsin will serve as the exclusive television home for the Milwaukee Brewers, televising nearly every game not scheduled for national network TV. This season commemorates a 15 year partnership between the Milwaukee Brewers and the sports network.
FOX Sports Wisconsin’s regular season coverage begins Monday, April 1 with the Brewers home opener against Colorado, the first of six televised games against the Rockies.
Other highlights from the 2013 schedule include: fifteen games against the division rival Chicago Cubs, a pair of home-and-home series with the Minnesota Twins scheduled for May 27-30 and seven games against the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants.
Brian Anderson will continue to call the play-by-play this season alongside Bill Schroeder, who enters his eighteenth season as Brewers analyst. Brewers Live airs before and after Brewers telecasts with Craig Coshun, Jeff Grayson, Telly Hughes and Sophia Minnaert reporting. FOX Sports Wisconsin broadcasts will also feature analysis from former Brewers first base coach Davey Nelson and former Brewer Jerry Augustine.
FOX Sports Wisconsin will also televise a total of five Brewers spring training games in 2013 beginning with a 3:00 p.m. telecast on Monday, March 11 when the Brewers face the L.A. Dodgers.
All games are broadcast in high definition.
FOX Sports Wisconsin reaches more than 1.5 million homes and telecasts nearly 2,600 hours of locally produced programming per year. For more information on the Emmy Award-winning regional sports network, visit: http://www.foxsportswisconsin.com.
Click here to download a PDF of the schedule: Brewers 2013 FSWisconsin Telecast Schedule
In other words, there are 12 dates which FSWisconsin is not currently the go-to television source. Of those, half are dates covered by the FOXSPORTS mothership’s “MLB ON FOX” on Saturdays. The remaining dates which are not currently scheduled to be aired anywhere on broadcast television are:
- Wednesday, May 1 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates @ 12:10pm CT
- Wednesday, June 5 vs. Oakland Athletics @ 1:10pm CT
- Thursday, July 25 vs. San Diego Padres @ 1:10pm CT
- Wednesday, August 21 vs. St. Louis Cardinals @ 1:10pm CT
- Friday, September 6 vs. Chicago Cubs @ 1:20pm CT
- Thursday, September 19 vs. Chicago Cubs @ 1:10pm CT
They are all day games and all but one of them is mid-week. The Friday afternoon in Chicago is a little baffling, but perhaps WGN will carry it for us here in southeastern Wisconsin.
Thirty-Four Games To Air On Combination of Newsradio 620 WTMJ, FOX Sports Wisconsin and Brewers.com
The Milwaukee Brewers today announced the 2013 Spring Training broadcast schedule, which includes 34 games to be broadcast on a combination of Newsradio 620 WTMJ and the statewide Brewers Radio Network, FOXSports Wisconsin and Brewers.com.
Hall of Fame radio announcer Bob Uecker and partner Joe Block will call 16 Spring Training games on Newsradio 620 WTMJ and the statewide Brewers Radio Network. Television announcers Brian Anderson and Bill Schroeder will call three games to be carried by FOX Sports Wisconsin: Monday, March 11 vs. Los Angeles; Wednesday, March 13 at Arizona; and Friday, March 29 vs. Chicago-AL at Miller Park. Two additional games – Tuesday, March 19 vs. LA of Anaheim and Sunday, March 24 at San Diego – will be produced by other FOX Sports regions (FS-West and FS-San Diego, respectively) but will be simulcast on FS-Wisconsin. Anderson, Schroeder and Block will also team up for 17 Brewers.com webcasts throughout the spring.
The Brewers open the 2013 Spring Training slate on Saturday, February 23 at Maryvale Baseball Park against the Oakland Athletics at 1:05 p.m. Arizona time. Milwaukee will play a total of 35 Spring Training games this season, including 17 at Maryvale Baseball Park and two exhibition games at Miller Park.
All Brewers games played in the Cactus League are scheduled for 1:05 p.m. starts (Arizona time), except for Wednesday, March 13 at the Diamondbacks (7:10 p.m. local/9:10 p.m. CT). The spring schedule closes out with a pair of exhibition games against the White Sox at Miller Park on March 29 (7:10 p.m.) and March 30 (1:10 p.m.).
Tickets for Brewers home Cactus League games are on sale at Brewers.com, by phone at 1-800-933-7890 and at the Miller Park and Maryvale Box Offices. Tickets are available in four seating areas: Field Box ($22), Infield Reserved ($16), Outfield Reserved ($13) and Lawn Seating ($8). Information on Spring Training Season Tickets can be obtained by calling the Milwaukee Brewers Ticket Office at 414-902-4000.
Tickets for the two exhibition games at Miller Park will go on sale at a later date. Please note that games and times are subject to change.
Click to download a PDF version of the schedule: 2013 Spring Broadcast Schedule
Ryan Braun and Yovani Gallardo were named as Brewers Player and Pitcher of the Month, respectively, for August 2012.
Off of that news, FSWisconsin based their social media question for today’s game. The question was whether Braun or Gallardo had a more dominating month of August.
Well, I tweeted a response and then saw this while watching the game.
Thanks to Sophia Minnaert for selecting my tweet and reading it on the air. Sophia is FSWisconsin’s Social Media reporter. You can, and probably should, follow her on Twitter: @SophiaMinnaert
This spring, whenever I’ve posted a lineup or scheduled pitchers for a given game, I’m invariably asked whether the game is on TV or radio (or hopefully both).
I don’t mind answering the questions because interaction with you on Twitter and/or Facebook is part of the reason that I’ve got the community that I do, but in order to help get you the answer more quickly, I’m posting everything and will post the link to this blog.
I’d absolutely suggest to add this post’s URL to the favorites list in your internet browser of choice.
In case you’re reading this via the homepage, the permalink for this post is:
Here are the dates, with scheduled first pitch time listed in Central Time. It takes into account Daylight Savings Time which begins in two days.
– Sunday, March 4, 2:05 p.m.
– Tuesday, March 6, 2:05 p.m.
– Saturday, March 10, 2:05 p.m.
– Tuesday, March 13, 3:05 p.m.
– Wednesday, March 14, 3:05 pm.
– Saturday, March 17, 3:05 p.m.
– Sunday, March 18, 3:05 p.m.
– Wednesday, March 21, 3:05 p.m.
– Saturday, March 24, 3:05 p.m.
– Sunday, March 25 – 3:05 p.m.
– Wednesday, March 28 – 3:05 p.m.
– Thursday, March 29 – 3:05 p.m.
– Saturday, March 31 – 2:05 p.m.
– Sunday, April 1 – 3:05 p.m.
– Tuesday, April 3 – 8:40 p.m.
– Wednesday, April 4 – 2:40 p.m.
– Monday, March 5, 8:35 p.m. || MLB Network
– Tuesday, March 6, 2:05 p.m. || FSWisconsin
– Saturday, March 10, 2:05 p.m. || WGN, MLB.TV
– Saturday, March 17, 3:05 p.m. | FSWisconsin, MLB Network, MLB.TV
– Tuesday, March 20, 3:05 p.m. | FSWisconsin, MLB Network, MLB.TV
– Friday, March 30, 3:05 p.m. | FSWisconsin, MLB Network (on delay), MLB.TV
– Saturday, March 31, 3:05 p.m. | FSWisconsin, MLB.TV
– Wednesday, April 4, 2:40 p.m. | FSWisconsin, MLB Network (on delay)