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MLB Network’s “Top 10 Right Now” Rankings Entering 2014

Each year I compile MLB Network’s “Top 100 Players Right Now” which airs annually before the regular season begins.

This year, I decided to supplement those rankings by giving you a place to find all of the Top 10 Right Now positional rankings as well.

I’ll add to this post as the episodes air on MLB Network over the next few weeks.

On Friday, January 10, 2014 the rankings for both Centerfielders and Shortstops were revealed. (See them below.) On Friday, January 17th both Starting Pitchers and Right Fielders were unveiled. Friday, January 24th brought us Left Fielders and First Basemen. Relief Pitchers and Second Basemen were revealed on Friday, January 31st.

Catchers and Third Basemen will be revealed on Friday, February 7th, so look for a couple more Brewers to make it.


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MLB Network’s “Top 10 Centerfielders Right Now”

  1. Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
  2. Andrew McCutchen – Pittsburgh Pirates
  3. Carlos Gonzalez – Colorado Rockies
  4. Jacoby Ellsbury – New York Yankees
  5. Matt Kemp – Los Angeles Dodgers
  6. Carlos Gomez – Milwaukee Brewers
  7. Austin Jackson – Detroit Tigers
  8. Adam Jones – Baltimore Orioles
  9. Dexter Fowler – Houston Astros
  10. Coco Crisp – Oakland Athletics

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode also provides three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Centerfielders was Darryl Hamilton. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Trout, McCutchen, Ellsbury, Gomez, Gonzalez, Jackson, Jones, Kemp, Desmond Jennings (TB), Leonys Martin (TEX)

James: Trout, McCutchen, Jones, Ellsbury, Gomez, Gonzalez, Jackson, Michael Bourn (CLE), Jennings, Denard Span (WAS)

Hamilton: Trout, McCutchen, Jones, Ellsbury, Gomez, Kemp, Jackson, Crisp, Gonzalez, Bourn


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MLB Network’s “Top 10 Shortstops Right Now”

  1. Troy Tulowitzki – Colorado Rockies
  2. Jose Reyes – Toronto Blue Jays
  3. Hanley Ramirez – Los Angeles Dodgers
  4. Jhonny Peralta – St. Louis Cardinals
  5. Jean Segura – Milwaukee Brewers
  6. Ian Desmond – Washington Nationals
  7. Elvis Andrus – Texas Rangers
  8. Andrelton Simmons – Atlanta Braves
  9. J.J. Hardy – Baltimore Orioles
  10. Alcides Escobar – Kansas City Royal

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode also provides three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Shortstops was Bill Ripken. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Tulowitzki, Ramirez, Reyes, Desmond, Andrus, Peralta, Derek Jeter (NYY), Simmons, Segura, Everth Cabrera (SD)

James: Tulowitzki, Hardy, Reyes, Jed Lowrie (OAK), Simmons, Andrus, Segura, Ramirez, Erick Aybar (LAA), Escobar

Ripken: Tulowitzki, Ramirez, Hardy, Simmons, Desmond, Segura, Stephen Drew (FA), Lowrie, Andrus, Reyes


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MLB Network’s “Top 10 Staring Pitchers Right Now”

  1. Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers
  2. Cliff Lee – Philadelphia Phillies
  3. Felix Hernandez – Seattle Mariners
  4. Chris Sale – Chicago White Sox
  5. Jose Fernandez – Miami Marlins
  6. David Price – Tampa Bay Rays
  7. Hisashi Iwakuma – Seattle Mariners
  8. Adam Wainwright – St. Louis Cardinals
  9. Justin Verlander – Detroit Tigers
  10. Max Scherzer – Detroit Tigers

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode also provides three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Starting Pitchers was John Smoltz. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Kershaw, Verlander, Lee, Hernandez, Wainwright, Yu Darvish (TEX), Scherzer, Fernandez, Madison Bumgarner (SF), Sale

James: Kershaw, Scherzer, Lee, Wainwright, Verlander, Zack Greinke (LAD), Sale, Jered Weaver (LAA), Hernandez, Darvish

Smoltz: Kershaw, Fernandez, Hernandez, Scherzer, Darvish, Verlander, Jon Lester (BOS), Stephen Strasburg (WAS), Wainwright, Price


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MLB Network’s “Top 10 Right Fielders Right Now”

  1. Yasiel Puig – Los Angeles Dodgers
  2. Ryan Braun – Milwaukee Brewers
  3. Jose Bautista – Toronto Blue Jays
  4. Giancarlo Stanton – Miami Marlins
  5. Allen Craig – St. Louis Cardinals
  6. Carlos Beltran – New York Yankees
  7. Jayson Werth – Washington Nationals
  8. Shane Victorino – Boston Red Sox
  9. Hunter Pence – San Francisco Giants
  10. Jason Heyward – Atlanta Braves

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode also provides three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Right Fielders was Mark DeRosa. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Braun, Stanton, Puig, Heyward, Werth, Bautista, Craig, Jay Bruce (CIN), Wil Myers (TB), Pence

James: Braun, Bruce, Stanton, Heyward, Pence, Bautista, Victorino, Beltran, Puig, Torii Hunter (DET)

DeRosa: Beltran, Stanton, Bautista, Werth, Craig, Pence, Bruce, Hunter, Puig, Michael Cuddyer (COL)

You read that correctly. Mark DeRosa doesn’t Ryan Braun in his Top 10 Right Fielders Right Now despite Brian Kenny and Bill James both ranking Braun #1 and the Shredder ranking him second. DeRosa says Braun “should be 1″ but since he has to earn back the respect of fans, his teammates, etc. DeRosa “hopes” he comes back and performs and is #1 next year, but he couldn’t discount other guys.

As for the Shredder, Brian Kenny said he was shocked not only that Braun wasn’t first but that Puig was. I’m guessing Braun was dinged by the Shredder for how many games he missed last year. That’ll happen in an algorithm.

MLB Network’s “Top 10 Left Fielders Right Now”

  1. Matt Holliday – St. Louis Cardinals
  2. Bryce Harper – Washington Nationals
  3. Alex Gordon – Kansas City Royals
  4. Justin Upton – Atlanta Braves
  5. Shin-Soo Choo – Texas Rangers
  6. Starling Marte – Pittsburgh Pirates
  7. Daniel Nava – Boston Red Sox
  8. Carlos Quentin – San Diego Padres
  9. Josh Hamilton – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
  10. Brett Gardner – New York Yankees

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode also provides three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Left Fielders was Eric Byrnes. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Harper, Choo, Holliday, Marte, Upton, Gordon, Gardner, Yoenis Cespedes (OAK), Domonic Brown (PHI), Khris Davis (MIL)

James: Choo, Holliday, Gordon, Gardner, Nava, Harper, Upton, Brown, Cespedes, Hamilton

Byrnes: Holliday, Harper, Upton, Choo, Alfonso Soriano (NYY), Gordon, Marte, Hamilton, Nava, Brown

MLB Network’s “Top 10 First Basemen Right Now”

  1. Miguel Cabrera – Detroit Tigers
  2. Joey Votto – Cincinnati Reds
  3. Paul Goldschmidt – Arizona Diamondbacks
  4. Adrian Gonzalez – Los Angeles Dodgers
  5. Joe Mauer – Minnesota Twins
  6. Mike Napoli – Boston Red Sox
  7. Chris Davis – Baltimore Orioles
  8. Freddie Freeman – Atlanta Braves
  9. Prince Fielder – Texas Rangers
  10. Edwin Encarnacion – Toronto Blue Jays

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode also provides three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the First Basemen was Sean Casey. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Cabrera, Votto, Goldschmidt, Freeman, Mauer, Fielder, Davis, Encarnacion, Brandon Belt (SF), Ad. Gonzalez

James: Cabrera, Goldschmidt, Votto, Davis, Mauer, Freeman, Encarnacion, Ad. Gonzalez, Napoli, Eric Hosmer (KC)

Casey: Cabrera, Votto, Goldschmidt, Freeman, Davis, Fielder, Ad. Gonzalez, Mauer, Albert Pujols (LAA), Encarnacion

MLB Network’s “Top 10 Relief Pitchers Right Now”

  1. Koji Uehara – Boston Red Sox
  2. Craig Kimbrel – Atlanta Braves
  3. Kenley Jansen – Los Angeles Dodgers
  4. Greg Holland – Kansas City Royals
  5. Joe Nathan – Detroit Tigers
  6. Aroldis Chapman – Cincinnati Reds
  7. David Robertson – New York Yankees
  8. Glen Perkins – Minnesota Twins
  9. Luis Avilan – Atlanta Braves
  10. Joaquin Benoit – San Diego Padres

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode also provides three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Relief Pitchers was Dan Plesac. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Kimbrel, Holland, Jansen, Chapman, Uehara, Trevor Rosenthal (STL), Perkins, Nathan, Jonathan Papelbon (PHI), Benoit

James: Kimbrel, Jansen, Chapman, Uehara, Holland, Nathan, Papelbon, Perkins, Rosenthal, Mark Melancon (PIT)

Plesac: Kimbrel, Holland, Chapman, Uehara, Jansen, Nathan, Jim Johnson (OAK), Perkins, Jason Grilli (PIT), Rex Brothers (COL)

MLB Network’s “Top 10 Second Basemen Right Now”

  1. Robinson Cano -Seattle Mariners
  2. Dustin Pedroia – Boston Red Sox
  3. Ben Zobrist – Tampa Bay Rays
  4. Jason Kipnis – Cleveland Indians
  5. Chase Utley – Philadelphia Phillies
  6. Ian Kinsler – Detroit Tigers
  7. Howie Kendrick – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
  8. Neil Walker – Pittsburgh Pirates
  9. Aaron Hill – Arizona Diamondbacks
  10. Marco Scutaro – San Francisco Giants

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode will apparently also provide three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Second Basemen was Harold Reynolds. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Cano, Pedroia, Kipnis, Utley, Hill, Zobrist, Kendrick, Kinsler, Walker, Omar Infante (KC)

James: Cano, Pedroia, Zobrist, Kipnis, Utley, Brandon Phillips (CIN), Kinsler, Infante, Jose Altuve (HOU), Kendrick

Reynolds: Cano, Pedroia, Phillips, Kipnis, Kendrick, Utley, Kinsler, Scutaro, Infante, Walker


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MLB Network’s “Top 10 Third Basemen Right Now”

  1. Adrian Beltre – Texas Rangers
  2. David Wright – New York Mets
  3. Matt Carpenter – St. Louis Cardinals
  4. Evan Longoria – Tampa Bay Rays
  5. Josh Donaldson – Oakland Athletics
  6. Pablo Sandoval – San Francisco Giants
  7. Aramis Ramirez – Milwaukee Brewers
  8. Ryan Zimmerman – Washington Nationals
  9. Chase Headley – San Diego Padres
  10. Manny Machado – Baltimore Orioles

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode will apparently also provide three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Third Basemen was Mike Lowell. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Wright, Longoria, Beltre, Carpenter, Donaldson, Machado, Zimmerman, Headley, Kyle Seager (SEA), Martin Prado (ARI)

James: Longoria, Beltre, Wright, Carpenter, Zimmerman, Headley, Machado, Prado, Donaldson, Seager

Lowell: Beltre, Longoria, Wright, Machado, Donaldson, Ramirez, Headley, Carpenter, Zimmerman, Pedro Alvarez (PIT)

Neither Brian Kenny or Bill James included Aramis Ramirez in their personal Top 10.

Best line of the show? Kenny asked James why he put Longoria over Beltre and Wright. James’ response: “Probably fear.” He then admitted that he might be biased by working for the Red Sox.

MLB Network’s “Top 10 Catchers Right Now”

  1. Yadier Molina – St. Louis Cardinals
  2. Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
  3. Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
  4. Carlos Santana – Cleveland Indians
  5. Jason Castro – Houston Astros
  6. Jonathan Lucroy – Milwaukee Brewers
  7. Carlos Ruiz – Philadelphia Phillies
  8. Miguel Montero – Arizona Diamondbacks
  9. Wilin Rosario – Colorado Rockies
  10. Wilson Ramos – Washington Nationals

The rankings above are from MLB Network’s “Shredder” which takes into account a multitude of statistical factors with no human bias. Each episode will apparently also provide three additional lists: One from Brian Kenny, one from Bill James, and one from an MLB Network analyst, who for the Catchers was Dave Valle. Here are their individual Top 10’s.

Kenny: Posey, Molina, Santana, Brian McCann (NYY), Perez, Lucroy, Castro, Ruiz, Russell Martin (PIT), Montero

James: Posey, Molina, Perez, A.J. Pierzynski (BOS), Matt Wieters (BAL), Santana, Rosario, McCann, Lucroy, Jarrod Saltalamacchia (MIA)

Valle: Molina, Perez, Posey, Wieters, Ramos, Martin, McCann, A.J. Ellis (LAD), Lucroy, Castro

So there you have it. All 10 positions worth ranking in MLB by the Shredder and the MLB Network personalities.

There are five Brewers among the 100 names listed by The Shredder. They are: Carlos Gomez (CF, 6th), Jean Segura (SS, 5th), Ryan Braun (RF, 2nd), Aramis Ramirez (3B, 7th), and Jonathan Lucroy (C, 6th)

 

On Twitter? Vote in MLB Network’s “Face of Brewers” Poll Today!

If you have a Twitter account, today’s the day to nominate a current Milwaukee Brewers player as the “face” of the franchise.

MLB Network has brought back it’s bracket-style competition which crowned Joey Votto as the “Face of MLB” last off-season.

To vote: Simply tweet the player’s name of your choice (preferred in hashtag format so #CarlosGomez for example) along with a mandatory #FaceofBrewers hashtag.

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Get tweeting! Then pay attention for when the actual competition portion starts and let’s take the Brewers nominee to the top!

Milwaukee Brewers in MLB Network’s Top 75 Defensive Plays of 2013 (It’s Not *All* Gomez…)

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I finally got around to watching MLB Network’s Top 75 Defensive Plays of 2013. The Brewers were involved on the positive end of five (5) of them.

(That’s a robust 15% if you don’t do division that quickly. EDIT: Which is facetious, if you didn’t pick up on that.)

Here they are with brief descriptions of situation, players involved, and impact (if any).

#73 – Segura Flips to Gennett – September 11, 2013 – With runners on first and second, this double play off the bat of David Freese ended an early St. Louis threat. Unfortunately, the Brewers would eventually lose this game anyway.

#68 – GoGo Robs CarGo – April 3, 2013 – Carlos Gomez makes the first of his record five home run robbing grabs of his Gold Glove season, when he took one away from Rockies left fielder Carlos Gonzalez.

#55 – Gomez Scales Tal’s Hill…In a Manner of Speaking – June 18, 2013 – In this catch in the Brewers first series with the American League version of the Houston Astros, Carlos Gomez proved that concentration and timing are paramount in making a spectacular catch, but a little bit of fortune doesn’t hurt. Notice the distance marker on the CF wall? I figure Gomez was about 430 or so away from home plate when he literally laid out to make the catch. That’s gone by plenty at Miller Park.

#30 – Gomez Does It Again to the Reds – September 15, 2013 – Gomez added another home run thievery to his collection when he scaled the wall in the top of the 9th at Miller Park with two on and two out. It kept the score knotted at five all after the Brewers scored once in the 7th and thrice in the 8th to tie the game. Gomez’s great catch allowed the Brewers to go on to win the contest when Sean Halton hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 9th off of Zach Duke. The win kicked off a modest four-game winning streak.

#20 – Gomez Catches Ball, Votto Demands Proof – July 8th, 2013 – In what I thought would be the top defensive play for the Brewers in 2013, Gomez leaped high to take away a home run from Joey Votto, one that would have given the Reds the lead in the top of the 9th. Instead, Gomez’s catch ended it in rare home walk-off defensive fashion.

#13 – Gomez (yes, again) Gives Dat Dude a Taste – August 15, 2013 – Is it something the Reds said? For whatever reason, the top three defensive plays of 2013 by the Brewers — and their defensive star Carlos Gomez — all came at the expense of the Cincinnati Reds. Unfortunately for the Brewers, this play cost Gomez

MLB Network Feature Video: Carlos Gomez Elevating His Game

Brewers Edition of “30 Clubs/30 Days” From MLB Network

Brewers 2013 Spring Training Coverage – Combined List

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:

http://brewernation.mlblogs.com/2013/02/24/brewers-2013-spring-training-coverage

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.

Radio:

- 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.

TV:

- 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

 

MLB Network Announces Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

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The Brewers will be shown on MLB Network five times during Cactus League play, including one live game on Monday, March 18th at 3:00 pm CT.

The entire schedule is listed  below.

Date Time (ET) Matchup
Sat., Feb. 23 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Washington Nationals @ New York Mets
Sat., Feb. 23 11:30 p.m. Toronto Blue Jays @ Detroit Tigers
Sun., Feb. 24 2:30 a.m. Tampa Bay Rays Split Squad @ Boston Red Sox
Sun., Feb. 24 6:00 a.m. Houston Astros @ Philadelphia Phillies
Sun., Feb. 24 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Toronto Blue Jays Split Squad @ New York Yankees
Sun., Feb. 24 4:00 p.m. Oakland Athletics @ Los Angeles Angels
Mon., Feb. 25 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Detroit Tigers @ Philadelphia Phillies
Mon., Feb. 25 – LIVE 6:00 p.m. Washington Nationals @ New York Mets
Mon., Feb. 25 9:00 p.m. New York Yankees @ Baltimore Orioles
Tue., Feb. 26 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. New York Yankees @ Philadelphia Phillies
Tue., Feb. 26 4:00 p.m. Arizona D-backs Split Squad @ Los Angeles Angels
Wed., Feb. 27 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ New York Mets
Wed., Feb. 27 4:00 p.m. San Francisco Giants @ Los Angeles Angels
Wed., Feb. 27 – LIVE 7:00 p.m. Boston Red Sox @ Baltimore Orioles Split Squad
Thu., Feb. 28 2:00 a.m. Baltimore Orioles Split Squad @ New York Yankees
Thu., Feb. 28 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Atlanta Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies
Thu., Feb. 28 – LIVE 6:00 p.m. New York Mets @ Washington Nationals
Thu., Feb. 28 10:00 p.m. Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees Split Sqaud
Fri., March 1 2:00 a.m. New York Yankees Split Squad @ Houston Astros
Fri., March 1 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Detroit Tigers @ New York Mets
Fri., March 1 4:00 p.m. Philadelphia Phillies @ New York Yankees
Fri., March 1 – LIVE 7:00 p.m. Pittsburgh Pirates Split Squad @ Boston Red Sox
Sat., March 2 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Miami Marlins @ New York Mets
Sat., March 2 4:00 p.m. Philadelphia Phillies @ Toronto Blue Jays
Sun., March 3 9:00 a.m. Detroit Tigers Split Squad @ New York Yankees
Sun., March 3 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Toronto Blue Jays @ Philadelphia Phillies Split Squad
Sun., March 3 4:00 p.m. New York Yankees @ Boston Red Sox
Sun., March 3 8:00 p.m. Detroit Tigers @ Atlanta Braves
Sun., March 3 11:00 p.m. Chicago White Sox @ San Diego Padres
Mon., March 4 9:30 a.m. Chicago Cubs Split Squad @ Los Angeles Angels
Mon., March 4 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Atlanta Braves @ New York Mets
Mon., March 4 4:00 p.m. Colorado Rockies @ Seattle Mariners
Mon., March 4 8:30 p.m. Houston Astros @ Detroit Tigers
Tue., March 5 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Dominican Republic @ Philadelphia Phillies
Tue., March 5 4:00 p.m. Los Angeles Dodgers @ San Diego Padres
Tue., March 5 – LIVE 9:00 p.m. Mexico @ Arizona D-backs
Wed., March 6 12:00 a.m. Atlanta Braves @ New York Yankees
Wed., March 6 9:00 a.m. Cincinnati Reds @ Los Angeles Angels
Wed., March 6 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Dominican Republic @ New York Yankees
Wed., March 6 4:00 p.m. Italy @ Los Angeles Angels
Wed., March 6 9:00 p.m. Washington Nationals @ Philadelphia Phillies
Fri., March 8 2:00 a.m. Washington Nationals @ Houston Astros
Fri., March 8 9:00 a.m. Miami Marlins @ New York Mets
Sat., March 9 1:00 a.m. Arizona D-backs @ Los Angeles Angels
Sun., March 10 1:00 a.m. Minnesota Twins @ Pittsburgh Pirates
Mon., March 11 12:00 a.m. Los Angeles Dodgers @ Colorado Rockies
Mon., March 11 3:00 a.m. New York Yankees @ Toronto Blue Jays
Mon., March 11 10:00 a.m. Philadelphia Phillies @ Houston Astros
Mon., March 11 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Oakland Athletics @ San Diego Padres
Mon., March 11 9:00 p.m. Los Angeles Dodgers @ Milwaukee Brewers
Tue., March 12 12:00 a.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ New York Yankees
Tue., March 12 3:00 a.m. Los Angeles Angels @ Cleveland Indians
Tue., March 12 4:00 p.m. Detroit Tigers @ Philadelphia Phillies
Wed., March 13 12:00 a.m. San Diego Padres @ San Francisco Giants
Wed., March 13 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Los Angeles Angels @ San Diego Padres
Wed., March 13 11:00 p.m. Milwaukee Brewers @ Arizona D-backs
Thu., March 14 3:00 a.m. Atlanta Braves @ Miami Marlins
Thu., March 14 8:00 a.m. Philadelphia Phillies @ New York Yankees
Thu., March 14 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Atlanta Braves @ St. Louis Cardinals
Thu., March 14 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Chicago White Sox @ Los Angeles Angels
Thu., March 14 11:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Rays @ Baltimore Orioles
Fri., March 15 3:00 a.m. Detroit Tigers @ New York Mets
Fri., March 15 8:00 a.m. Pittsburgh Pirates @ Philadelphia Phillies
Fri., March 15 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Pittsburgh Pirates @ Houston Astros
Fri., March 15 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Texas Rangers @ San Francisco Giants
Fri., March 15 11:00 p.m. Minnesota Twins @ Boston Red Sox Split Squad
Sat., March 16 3:00 a.m. Washington Nationals @ St. Louis Cardinals
Sat., March 16 6:00 a.m. New York Mets @ Atlanta Braves
Sat., March 16 9:00 a.m. Miami Marlins @ New York Yankees
Sat., March 16 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Texas Rangers Split Squad @ Chicago Cubs Split Squad
Sat., March 16 8:00 p.m. Houston Astros @ Washington Nationals
Sun., March 17 12:00 a.m. Miami Marlins @ New York Mets
Sun., March 17 3:00 a.m. Philadelphia Phillies @ New York Yankees Split Squad
Sun., March 17 6:00 a.m. New York Yankees Split Squad @ Atlanta Braves
Sun., March 17 9:00 a.m. Kansas City Royals @ Chicago Cubs Split Squad
Sun., March 17 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ Miami Marlins
Sun., March 17 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Cleveland Indians @ Cincinnati Reds
Mon., March 18 1:00 a.m. Colorado Rockies @ San Francisco Giants
Mon., March 18 4:00 a.m. San Diego Padres @ Los Angeles Angels
Mon., March 18 7:00 a.m. Minnesota Twins @ Baltimore Orioles
Mon., March 18 10:00 a.m. Milwaukee Brewers @ Los Angeles Dodgers Split Squad
Mon., March 18 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Milwaukee Brewers @ Cleveland Indians
Tue., March 19 1:00 a.m. Kansas City Royals @ Texas Rangers
Tue., March 19 8:00 a.m. New York Mets @ St. Louis Cardinals
Wed., March 20 12:00 a.m. San Francisco Giants @ Seattle Mariners
Wed., March 20 3:00 a.m. Miami Marlins @ St. Louis Cardinals
Wed., March 20 6:00 a.m. Tampa Bay Rays @ Detroit Tigers
Wed., March 20 9:00 a.m. Los Angeles Angels @ Milwaukee Brewers
Wed., March 20 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Cleveland Indians @ Los Angeles Angels
Wed., March 20 8:00 p.m. Boston Red Sox @ New York Yankees
Wed., March 20 11:00 p.m. Pittsburgh Pirates @ Atlanta Braves
Thu., March 21 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ New York Mets
Thu., March 21 – LIVE 6:00 p.m. Washington Nationals @ Atlanta Braves
Thu., March 21 – LIVE 9:00 p.m. Los Angeles Angels @ Texas Rangers
Fri., March 22 1:00 a.m. Chicago Cubs Split Squad @ Seattle Mariners
Fri., March 22 6:00 a.m. Houston Astros @ Detroit Tigers
Fri., March 22 9:00 a.m. Minnesota Twins @ New York Yankees
Fri., March 22 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Detroit Tigers @ Washington Nationals
Fri., March 22 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Kansas City Royals @ Los Angeles Angels
Fri., March 22 9:00 p.m. Atlanta Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies
Sat., March 23 12:00 a.m. Chicago White Sox @ Oakland Athletics
Sat., March 23 3:00 a.m. Arizona D-backs @ Cleveland Indians
Sat., March 23 6:00 a.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ Houston Astros
Sat., March 23 9:00 a.m. Seattle Mariners @ San Diego Padres
Sat., March 23 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ Miami Marlins
Sat., March 23 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Cleveland Indians @ Seattle Mariners
Sat., March 23 8:00 p.m. Pittsburgh Pirates @ Boston Red Sox
Sun., March 24 12:00 a.m. Washington Nationals @ New York Mets
Sun., March 24 3:00 a.m. Texas Rangers @ Cincinnati Reds
Sun., March 24 6:00 a.m. Philadelphia Phillies @ Baltimore Orioles
Sun., March 24 9:00 a.m. Oakland Athletics @ San Francisco Giants
Sun., March 24 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Rays @ New York Yankees
Sun., March 24 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Cincinnati Reds @ Texas Rangers
Sun., March 24 8:00 p.m. Baltimore Orioles @ Pittsburgh Pirates
Mon., March 25 12:00 a.m. Kansas City Royals @ Chicago White Sox
Mon., March 25 3:00 a.m. Miami Marlins @ Houston Astros
Mon., March 25 7:00 a.m. Chicago Cubs @ Cleveland Indians
Mon., March 25 10:00 a.m. Los Angeles Dodgers @ Oakland Athletics
Mon., March 25 5:00 p.m. Detroit Tigers @ Miami Marlins
Mon., March 25 – LIVE 9:00 p.m. Los Angeles Dodgers @ Kansas City Royals
Tue., March 26 12:00 a.m. Cleveland Indians @ Colorado Rockies
Tue., March 26 3:00 a.m. Washington Nationals @ Houston Astros
Tue., March 26 7:00 a.m. San Francisco Giants @ Chicago Cubs
Tue., March 26 10:00 a.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ Minnesota Twins
Tue., March 26 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Chicago White Sox @ Texas Rangers
Tue., March 26 – LIVE 7:00 p.m. Houston Astros @ New York Yankees
Tue., March 26 11:00 p.m. St. Louis Cardinals @ New York Mets
Wed., March 27 2:00 a.m. Los Angeles Angels @ Arizona D-backs
Wed., March 27 7:00 a.m. Tampa Bay Rays @ Philadelphia Phillies
Wed., March 27 10:00 a.m. Colorado Rockies @ Los Angeles Dodgers
Wed., March 27 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. Texas Rangers @ Los Angeles Angels
Wed., March 27 – LIVE 7:00 p.m. New York Yankees @ Baltimore Orioles
Wed., March 27 11:00 p.m. Washington Nationals Split Squad @ St. Louis Cardinals
Thu., March 28 2:00 a.m. Chicago Cubs @ Kansas City Royals Split Squad
Thu., March 28 7:00 a.m. Toronto Blue Jays @ Tampa Bay Rays
Thu., March 28 10:00 a.m. Cleveland Indians @ Chicago White Sox
Thu., March 28 4:00 p.m. Miami Marlins @ St. Louis Cardinals
Thu., March 28 – LIVE 7:00 p.m. Minnesota Twins @ Boston Red Sox
Thu., March 28 11:00 p.m. Oakland Athletics @ San Francisco Giants
Fri., March 29 2:00 a.m. Los Angeles Dodgers Split Squad @ Los Angeles Angels
Fri., March 29 7:00 a.m. Seattle Mariners @ Chicago Cubs
Fri., March 29 10:00 a.m. Toronto Blue Jays @ Philadelphia Phillies
Fri., March 29 – LIVE 2:00 p.m. New York Yankees @ Washington Nationals
Fri., March 29 – LIVE 7:00 p.m. Toronto Blue Jays @ Philadelphia Phillies
Fri., March 29 – LIVE 10:00 p.m. Oakland Athletics @ San Francisco Giants
Sat., March 30 12:00 a.m. San Diego Padres @ Texas Rangers
Sat., March 30 3:00 a.m. Seattle Mariners @ Colorado Rockies
Sat., March 30 – LIVE 1:00 p.m. Minnesota Twins @ Boston Red Sox
Sat., March 30 – LIVE 4:00 p.m. San Francisco Giants @ Oakland Athletics
Sat., March 30 – LIVE 9:00 p.m. Los Angeles Dodgers @ Los Angeles Angels
Sun., March 31 12:00 a.m. San Diego Padres @ Texas Rangers
Sun., March 31 3:00 a.m. Seattle Mariners @ Colorado Rockies

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Brewers 2012 Spring Training Coverage

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:

http://brewernation.mlblogs.com/2012/03/09/brewers-2012-spring-training-coverage

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.

Radio:

- 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.

TV:

- 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)

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