Friday, June 27, 2014

2014 World Cup Round of 16 TV & Radio Schedule



All games the rest of the way will air on Univision, Univision Deportes, and ESPN Deportes. I'll just get that out of the way from the start. ABC and ESPN ahve thre remainder of the English Broadcasts. Here's your Round of 16 announcing assignments.
 
2nd Stage – Round of 16
DateTime (ET)NetworkMatchupSiteMatch #
Sat, Jun 2811:30 a.m.ABCBrazil vs. Chile
TV: Ian Darke, Steve McManaman
Radio: Ross Dyer, Shep Messing
Belo Horizonte49
3:30 p.m.ABCColombia vs. Uruguay
TV: Jon Champion, Stewart Robson
Radio: Mark Donaldson, Tommy Smyth
Rio de Janeiro50
Sun, Jun 2911:30 a.m.ESPNNetherlands vs. Mexico
TV: Fernando Palomo, Alejandro Moreno
Radio: Dyer, Messing
Fortaleza51
3:30 p.m.ESPNCosta Rica vs. Greece
TV: Daniel Mann, Kasey Keller
Radio: Donaldson, Smyth
Recife52
Mon, Jun 3011:30 a.m.ESPNFrance vs. Nigeria
TV: Derek Rae, Efan Ekoku
Radio: JP Dellacamera, Smyth
Brasilia53
3:30 p.m.ESPNGermany vs. Algeria
TV: Champion, Robson
Radio: Dyer, Messing
Porto Alegre54
Tue, Jul 111:30 a.m.ESPNArgentina vs. Switzerland
TV: Adrian Healey, Moreno
Radio: Dyer, Messing
Sao Paulo55
3:30 p.m.ESPNBelgium vs. United States
TV: Darke, Taylor Twellman
Radio: Dellacamera, Smyth
Salvador56


ESPN Radio Live Sports Schedule 6/28-7/3/2014

The World Cup continues and MLB is ready to roll in this weekends live sports on ESPN Radio. Here's your schedule breakdown. All times are EDT.
 
Saturday, June 28
11:30 AM- World Cup: Brazil vs. Chile
3:30 PM- World Cup: Colombia vs. Uruguay
6 PM- MLB: Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
 
Sunday, June 29
11:30 AM- World Cup: Netherlands vs. Mexico
3:30 PM- World Cup: Costa Rica vs. Greece
7 PM- MLB: Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
 
Monday, June 30
11:30 AM- World Cup: France vs. Nigeria
3:30 PM- World Cup: Germany vs. Algeria
 
Tuesday, July 1
11:30 AM- World Cup: Argentina vs. Switzerland
3:30 PM- World Cup: USA vs. Belgium
 
The next update will be on July 3rd and will cover July 4- July 7, which features the World Cup quarterfinals and 4 MLB games. I would go later than the 7th, but the World Cup semifinals are July 8 & 9. Enjoy.
 


Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Brando turns down SEC Network, joins Fox Sports

A few months ago the rumor was that Tim Brando would be joining SEC Network. Brando is based out of Louisiana after all, and the ruor had it that the Tim Brando Shwo would end up being placed on SEC Network, much like Paul Finebaum is. It seems a different fate was in store though for Brando and company. Fox Sports announced today that Tim Brando has been hired to broadcast college football and basketball on Fox Sport and Fox Sports 1. With the announcement that he will appear on main FOX, it means Brando has been made the #2 play-by-play man behind Gus Johnson. It means we will see Brando focusing on Big 12 and Pac-12 games in the fall and Big 12, Pac-12, and Big East games in the winter/spring. No other announcements regarding FOX's broadcast teams this upcoming season were announced, but FOX did say brando will broadcast a Game the first weekend for them. Here's the full announcement from FOX.
 
 
FOX SPORTS ADDS NOTED BROADCASTER TIM BRANDO
TO IMPRESSIVE COLLEGE SPORTS ROSTER
Veteran Broadcaster to Call College Football and College Basketball
on FOX and FOX Sports 1
Brando Makes FOX Sports Debut First Week of College Football Season
New York –Tim Brando, a veteran broadcaster with decades of experience calling over 25 sports, is the latest addition to FOX Sports’ impressive and rapidly growing roster of college sports personalities and contributors. FOX Sports Executive Producer John Entz announced today that Brando joins FOX Sports’ coverage of college football and college basketball on FOX and FOX Sports 1 beginning this season. Brando’s broadcast partner, as well as the full FOX Sports college football announce teams, will be released at a later date.

“Tim is one of the most recognized voices in college sports,” Entz said. “Adding someone with his experience and credibility to our college football and basketball coverage is a fantastic addition for FOX Sports.”

Brando (@TimBrando) comes to FOX Sports with an impressive resume that includes his daily show,The Tim Brando Show, on Sirius XM Radio. Winner of the prestigious Lindsey Nelson Award in 2014, a national honor given annually to a college football broadcaster, Brando is one of the most authoritative voices in the world of big-time college athletics. He has called more than 25 different sports during his prolific career, including college football and basketball, and he has been one of the most recognizable voices of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament since 1996. Brando also served as host of CBS Sports’College Football Today and At The Half studio shows, did play-by-play for CBS Sports’ NFL coverage for several years and has done play-by-play for Raycom’s coverage of ACC basketball and hosted Raycom’s Emmy Award-winning showFootball Saturdays.

Brando joins Bruce Feldman andStewart Mandel as other recent additions to FOX Sports’ expanding college sports coverage. Feldman was announced in April as a FOX Sports senior college football reporter & columnist, and Mandel earlier this month as a senior columnist focusing on college football and basketball.

FOX Sports’ 2014 college football schedule includes exciting action from the Big 12, Conference USA and Pac-12, as well as the Big Ten and Pac-12 conference championship games. Overall this season, over 100 college football games air across FOX Sports’ national and local broadcast and cable platforms, encompassing the FOX broadcast network, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports Networks (FSN), FOX College Sports, FOX Deportes and FOX Sports GO. Coverage this season kicks off with four straight days of action, beginning Thursday, August 28 (10:00 PM ET), as Rutgers takes the field for the first time as a member of the Big Ten, facing Washington State at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on FOX Sports 1.

As for why Tim Brando is joining Fox and not SEC Network, this is his response from today on Facebook. "As many of you know, Brett McMurphy of ESPN broke a story a few weeks ago about a potential agreement between the SEC Network and yours truly. While I value their interest and wish them well, Football was never part of their short term vision for my future. I want to thank them and the SEC for their interest and wish them nothing but the best."

Monday, June 23, 2014

2014 MLB Week 13 TV & National Radio Schedule

(English National Broadcast)
(Road Broadcast)
(Home Broadcast)
(English National Radio)
(MLB Network featured game)
(MLB Network alternate game)

Monday, June 23
7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles (Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

7 PM- New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays (YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Tampa Bay Rays (ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, John Wehner 
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

8 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs (FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Chris Welsh
(WCIU) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- Los Angeels Dodgers at Kansas City Royals (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser, Nomar Garciaparra
(FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler

8 PM- Washington Nationals at Milwaukee Brewers (ESPN) Sean McDonough, Mark Mulder, Tim Kurkjian
(MASN2) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

8:30 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies (FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver
(ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, George Frazier

10 PM- Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners (NESN) Don Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

10 PM- San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

Tuesday, June 24
7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles (WCIU) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

7 PM- New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays (YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Oakland Athletics at New York Mets (Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling

7 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Tampa Bay Rays (ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Bob Walk
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

8 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs (FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Chris Welsh
(Comcast Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- Detroit Tigers at Texas Rangers (MLB Network) Matt Vasgersian, John Smoltz, Sam Ryan
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Mark McLemore

8 PM- Atlanta Braves at Houston Astros (FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Paul Byrd
(Comcast Houston) Bill Brown, Alan Ashby

8 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Kansas City Royals (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser, Nomar Garciaparra
(MLB Network, FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler

8 PM- Washington Nationals at Milwaukee Brewers (MASN2) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

8:30 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies (FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver
(ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, George Frazier

9:30 PM- Cleveland Indians at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Angels (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners (NESN) Don Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

10 PM- San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

Wednesday, June 25
Noon- Pittsburgh Pirates at Tampa Bay Rays (ROOT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, John Wehner
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

x- 2 PM- Washington Nationals at Milwaukee Brewers (MLB Network, MASN) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo

x- 3 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies (MLB Network, FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver

3:30 PM- San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles (Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrleson, Steve Stone
(MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

7 PM- New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays (YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Oakland Athletics at New York Mets (Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse
(SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling

8 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs (FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Chris Welsh
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- Detroit Tigers at Texas Rangers (ESPN2) Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe, Pedro Gomez
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Mark McLemore

8 PM- Atlanta Braves at Houston Astros (FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Paul Byrd
(Comcast Houston) Bill Brown, Alan Ashby

8 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Kansas City Royals (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser, Nomar Garciaparra
(FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler

9:30 PM- Cleveland Indians at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners (NESN) Don Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

Thursday, June 26
2 PM- Atlanta Braves at Houston Astros (FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Paul Byrd
(MLB Network, Comcast Houston) Bill Brown, Alan Ashby

3:30 PM- Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Angels (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs

7 PM- New York Mets at Pittsburgh Pirates (SNY) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, Bob Walk

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (WCIU) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

8 PM- Detroit Tigers at Texas Rangers (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Mark McLemore

8 PM- Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs (MASN) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo
(Comcast Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- Colorado Rockies at Milwaukee Brewers (ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

10 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers (FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver
(MLB Network, SNLA) Vin Scully

10 PM- Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants (FS Ohio) George Grande, Chris Welsh
(MLB Network, KNTV) Jon Miller, Mike Krukow

Friday, June 27
1 PM- GAME 1: Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson
(MLB Network, MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer

4 PM- Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs (MASN) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

7 PM- GAME 2: Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson
(MLB Network, MASN2) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer

7 PM- Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies (FS South) Chip Caray, Tom Hart
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer, Matt Stairs

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees (MLB Network) Bob Costas, Jim Kaat, Tom Verducci
(NESN) Don Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley
(YES) Michael Kay, David Cone, John Flaherty

7 PM- New York Mets at Pittsburgh Pirates (SNY) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Steve Blass

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Oakland Athletics at Miami Marlins (Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

8 PM- Minnesota Twins at Texas Rangers (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(KTXA) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve

8 PM- Colorado Rockies at Milwaukee Brewers (ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

8 PM- Detroit Tigers at Houston Astros (FS Detroit) Mario Imepmba, Rod Allen
(Comcast Houston) Bill Brown, Alan Ashby

8 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Kansas City Royals (FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler

10 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at San Diego Padres (FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant

10 PM- Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners (FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

10 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers (FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver
(SNLA) Vin Scully

10 PM- Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants (FS Ohio) George Grande, Chris Welsh
(Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

Saturday, June 28
1 PM- GAME 1: Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs (MASN) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

1 PM- Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(MLB Network, SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

2 PM- GAME 1: Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies (FS South) Chip Caray, Tom Hart
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer, Matt Stairs

2 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Kansas City Royals (FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler

4 PM- Minnesota Twins at Texas Rangers (Fox Sports 1) Justin Kutcher, Bert Blyleven

4 PM- New York Mets at Pittsburgh Pirates (WPIX) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Bob Walk

4 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson
(MASN2) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer

4 PM- Colorado Rockies at Milwaukee Brewers (ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

4 PM- Detroit Tigers at Houston Astros (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(Comcast Houston) Bill Brown, Alan Ashby

4 PM- Oakland Athletics at Miami Marlins (Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

7 PM- New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox (FOX) Joe Buck, Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci, Ken Rosenthal
(ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton

7 PM- GAME 2: Washington Nationals at Chciago Cubs (FOX) Kenny Albert, FP Santangelo

7 PM- GAME 2: Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies (FOX) Tom McCarthy, Mark DeRosa

7 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers (FOX) Thom Brennaman, Eric Karros

10 PM- Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants (FS Ohio) George Grande, Chris Welsh
(MLB Network, Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

10 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at San Diego Padres (FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly
(MLB Network, FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant

10 PM- Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners (FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

Sunday, June 29
1 PM- Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (WGN) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

1 PM- Oakland Athletics at Miami Marlins (Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

1:30 PM- Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies (FS South) Chip Caray, Tom Hart
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Matt Stairs, Mike Schmidt

1:30 PM- New York Mets at Pittsburgh Pirates (SNY) Gary Cohen, Ron Darling
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, Bob Walk

1:30 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson
(MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer

2 PM- Colorado Rockies at Milwaukee Brewers (ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

2 PM- Detroit Tigers at Houston Astros (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(Comcast Houston) Bill Brown, Alan Ashby

2 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Kansas City Royals (FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler

3 PM- Minnesota Twins at Texas Rangers (FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven
(FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve

4 PM- Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants (FS Ohio) George Grande, Chris Welsh
(MLB Network, Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Miek Krukow

4 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at San Diego Padres (FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant

4 PM- Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners (FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

4 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers (FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver
(MLB Network, SNLA) Vin Scully

8 PM- Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees (ESPN) Dan Shulman, John Kruk, Buster Olney
(ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton

x- This game will be available on MLB Network in the home teams market.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

ESPN Radio Live Sports schedule 6/18-6/26

This takes us through the rest of the first ruond of the World Cup. Sorry for not getting it out sooner. Here's your ESPN Radio schedule through June 26. It should be noted they have added 2 MLB games this weekend after having removed it originally.

Wednesday, June 18
11:55 AM- World Cup: Australia vs. Netherlands
2:55 PM- World Cup: Spain vs. Chile
5:55 PM- World Cup: Cameroon vs. Croatia

Thursday, June 19
11:55 AM- World Cup: Colombia vs. Ivory Coast
2:55 PM- World Cup: Uruguay vs. England
5:55 PM- World Cup: Japan vs. Greece


Friday, June 20
11:55 AM- World Cup: Italy vs. Costa Rica
2:55 PM- World Cup: Switzerland vs. France
5:55 PM- World Cup: Honduras vs. Ecuador


Saturday, June 21
11:55 AM- World Cup: Argentina vs. Iran
2:55 PM- World Cup: Germany vs. Ghana
5:55 PM- World Cup: Nigeria vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina
9 PM- MLB: Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels

Sunday, June 22
11:55 AM- World Cup: Belgium vs. Russia
2:55 PM- World Cup: South Korea vs. Algeria
5:30 PM- World Cup: USA vs. Portugal

8 PM- MLB: Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels

Monday, June 23
11:54 AM- World Cup: Netherlands vs. Chile
11:54 AM- World Cup: Australia vs. Spain
2:54 PM- World Cup: Croatia vs. Mexico
2:54 PM- World Cup: Cameroon vs. Brazil


Tuesday, June 24
11:54 AM- World Cup: Italy vs. Uruguay
11:54 AM- World Cup: Costa Rica vs. England
2:54 PM- World Cup: Japan vs. Colombia
2:54 PM- World Cup: Greece vs. Ivory Coast


Wednesday, June 25
11:54 AM- World Cup: Nigeria vs. Argentina
11:54 AM- World Cup: Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Iran
2:54 PM- World Cup: Ecuador vs. France
2:54 PM- World Cup: Honduras vs. Sitzerland


Thursday, June 26
11:30 AM- World Cup: USA vs. Germany
11:54 AM- World Cup: Portugal vs. Ghana
2:54 PM- World Cup: South Korea vs. Belgium
2:54 PM- World Cup: Algeria vs. Russia
7 PM- NBA: 2014 NBA Draft

Please note that all these games will be available on ESPNRadio.com and on ESPN Radio's TuneIn frequencies. All this weeks World Cup games as well as the first game listed on Monday-Thursday and Saturday night's baseball game will be on
TuneIn Frequency 1. Sunday Night Baseball and the second games listed on Monday-Thursday will be on TuneIn Frequency 2. The r
egular ESPN Radio programming of The Herd, SVP & Rusillo, and The Dan Le Betard Show will be available on TuneIn Frequency 3 next Monday-Thursday.

2014 World Cup Week 2 US TV & Radio Schedule

The 2014 World Cup gets continues this Thursday. ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, and ESPN Radio will provide English language broadcasts for every game. ESPN Deportes will carry select games in Portugese. Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMas, and Galavision will provide Spanish coverage of every game throughout the states. I will list which games are on ESPN Deportes here, but I will only provide the English announcing assignments. All games during this first week are scheduled to be simulcast in Spanish on both Univision and Univision Deportes. Here is your week 2 English broadcast assignments.
 
DateTime (ET)NetworkMatchGroupSiteMatch #
Fri 6/2011:30 a.m.ESPNxy-Italy vs. Costa Rica
TV: Derek Rae, Kasey Keller
Radio: JP Dellacamera, Tommy Smyth
DRecife24
2:30 p.m.ESPNxy-Switzerland vs. France
TV: Daniel Mann, Efan Ekoku
Radio: Ross Dyer, Shep Messing
ESalvador25
5:30 p.m.ESPNxy-Honduras vs. Ecuador
TV: Fernando Palomo, Alejandro Moreno
Radio: Mark Donaldson, Janusz Michallik
ECuritiba26
Sat 6/2111:30 a.m.ESPNxy-Argentina vs. Iran
TV: Adrian Healey, Roberto Martinez
Radio: Donaldson, Michallik
FBelo Horizonte27
2:30 p.m.ESPNxy-Germany vs. Ghana
TV: Jon Champion, Stewart Robson
Radio: Dellacamera, Smyth
GFortaleza29
5:30 p.m.ESPNxy-Nigeria vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina
TV: Mann, Ekoku
Radio: Dyer, Messing
FCuiaba28
Sun 6/2211:30 a.m.ABCxy-Belgium vs. Russia
TV: Rae, Ekoku
Radio: Donaldon, Paul Mariner
HRio de Janeiro31
2:30 p.m.ABCxy-South Korea vs. Algeria
TV: Mann, Keller
Radio: Dyer, Michallik
HPorto Alegre32
5:30 p.m.ESPNxy-United States vs. Portugal
TV: Darke, Taylor Twellman
Radio: Dellacamera, Smyth
GManaus30
Mon 6/2311:30 a.m.ESPNxy-Netherlands vs. Chile
TV: Champion, Robson
Radio: Dyer, Messing
BSao Paulo36
11:30 a.m.ESPN2z-Australia vs. Spain
TV: Mann, Keller
Radio: Dellacamera, Smyth
BCuritiba35
3:30 p.m.ESPNxy-Croatia vs. Mexico
TV: Palomo, Moreno
Radio: Donaldson, Michallik
ARecife34
3:30 p.m.ESPN2z-Cameroon vs. Brazil
TV: Healey, Ekoku
Radio: Dyer, Messing
ABrasilia33
Tue 6/2411:30 a.m.ESPNy-Italy vs. Uruguay
TV: Champion, Robson
Radio: Dellacamera, Smyth
DNatal39
11:30 a.m.ESPN2z-Costa Rica vs. England
TV: Darke, Steve McManaman
Radio: Dyer, Michallik
DBelo Horizonte40
3:30 p.m.ESPNy-Japan vs. Colombia
TV: Mann, Twellman
Radio: Donaldson, Mariner
CCuiaba37
3:30 p.m.ESPN2z-Greece vs. Ivory Coast
TV: Rae, Keller
Radio: Dyer, Michallik
CFortaleza38
Wed 6/2511:30 a.m.ESPNy-Nigeria vs. Argentina
TV: Rae, Ekoku
Radio: Dellacamera, Smyth
FPorto Alegre43
11:30 a.m.ESPN2z-Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Iran
TV: Mann, Craig Burley
Radio: Dyer, Messing
FSalvador44
3:30 p.m.ESPNy-Ecuador vs. France
TV: Healey, Moreno
Radio: Dyer, Messing
ERio de Janeiro42
3:30 p.m.ESPN2z-Honduras vs. Switzerland
TV: Palomo, Keller
Radio: Donaldson, Michallik
EManaus41
Thu 6/2611:30 a.m.ESPNxy-United States vs. Germany
TV: Darke, Twellman
Radio: Dellacamera, Smyth
GRecife45
11:30 a.m.ESPN2z-Portugal vs. Ghana
TV: Champion, Robson
Radio: Dyer, Messing
GBrasilia46
3:30 p.m.ESPNy-South Korea vs. Belgium
TV: Healey, Moreno
Radio: Donaldson, Mariner
HSao Paulo47
3:30 p.m.ESPN2z-Algeria vs. Russia
TV: Rae, Ekoku
Radio: Dyer, Messing
HCuritiba48

x- Game will air on ESPN Deportes
y- Game will air on Univision and Univision Deportes
z- Game will air on UniMas and Galavision

Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday ESPN Deportes games are still TBA, outside of the Team USA game. ESPN Deportes said from the start all USA and Mexico games would air LIVE on ESPN Deportes.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

2014 MLB Week 12 TV & National Radio Schedule

(English National Broadcast)
(Road Broadcast)
(Home Broadcast)
(English National Radio)
(MLB Network featured game)
(MLB Network alternate game)

ESPN Radio was scheduled to take a break from MLB games until June 28. However they have added back in the Sunday Night Broadcast. Outside of Sunday Night though, they will be focusing on the World Cup. Wednesday's game will air on ESPN2 due to the College World Series. Here's your schedule breakdown.

Monday, June 16
7 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Cleveland Indians (FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

7 PM- Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers (FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

7 PM-Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays (MASN) Jim Hunter, Mike Bordick
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

7 PM- Chicago Cubs at Miami Marlins (Comcast Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

7 PM-Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox (FS North) Dick Bremer, Jack Morris
(NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy

7 PM-Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves (Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

8 PM- New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals (ESPN) Dave O'Brien, Eduardo Perez, Tim Kurkjian
(SNY) Kevin Burkhardt, Ron Darling
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Rick Horton, Al Hrabosky

9:30 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Texas Rangers at Oakland Athletics (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

10 PM- Colorado Rockies at Los Angeles Dodgers (ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(SNLA) Vin Scully

10 PM- San Diego Padres at Seattle Mariners (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers, Jay Buhner

Tuesday, June 17
3:30 PM- San Diego Padres at Seattle Mariners (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers, Dan Wilson

7 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Pittsburgh Pirates (FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Chris Welsh
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Bob Walk

7 PM- Houston Astros at Washington Nationals (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(MASN2) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo

7 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Cleveland Indians (FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees (SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler
(WWOR) Michael Kay, Al Leiter, Paul O'Neill

7 PM- Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers (FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler
(MLB Network, FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

7 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays (MASN) Jim Hunter, Mike Bordick
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

7 PM- Chicago Cubs at Miami Marlins (WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

7 PM- Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox (FS North) Dick Bremer, Jack Morris
(NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy

7 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves (Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer
(MLB Network, FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

8 PM- San Francisco Giants at Chicago White Sox (Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone

8 PM- New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals (SNY) Kevin Burkhardt, Ron Darling
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Rick Horton, Al Hrabosky

9:30 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Texas Rangers at Oakland Athletics (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

10 PM- Colorado Rockies at Los Angeles Dodgers (ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(SNLA) Vin Scully

 Wednesday, June 18 
Noon- Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves (Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

x- 12:30 PM- Chicago Cubs at Miami Marlins (MLB Network, Comcast Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

1 PM- Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers (FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler
(FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

1 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays (MASN) Jim Hunter, Mike Bordick
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

1:30 PM- Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox (FS North) Dick Bremer, Jack Morris
(MLB Network, NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy

1:45 PM- New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals (SNY) Kevin Burkhardt, Ron Darling
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Rick Horton, Al Hrabosky

2 PM- San Francisco Giants at Chicago White Sox (Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(WGN) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone

3:30 PM- Texas Rangers at Oakland Athletics (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

7 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Pittsburgh Pirates (FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Chris Welsh
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, Steve Blass

7 PM-Houston Astros at Washington Nationals (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(MASN2) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo

7 PM- Los Angeles Angels at Cleveland Indians (ESPN2) Adnan Virk, Rick Sutcliffe, Pedro Gomez
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning PPD.- RAIN

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees (SNETBuck Martinez, Pat Tabler
(YES) Michael Kay, Al Leiter, Paul O'Neill

 9:30 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Colorado Rockies at Los Angeles Dodgers (ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson
(SNLA) Vin Scully

10 PM- Seattle Mariners at San Diego Padres (ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers
(FS San DiegoMike Pomeranz, Mark Sweeney

Thursday, June 19
Noon- Los Angeles Angels at Cleveland Indians (FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza
(FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

12:30 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Pittsburgh Pirates (FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Chris Welsh
(MLB Network, ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Steve Blass

1 PM- Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers (FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler
(MLB Network, FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

3:30 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

6:30 PM- Seattle Mariners at San Diego Padres (ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers
(FS San DiegoDick Enberg, Mark Sweeney

7 PM- Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals (MLB Network) Bob Costas, John Smoltz, Tom Verducci
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Paul Byrd
(MASNBob Carpenter, FP Santangelo

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees (SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler
(YES) Michael Kay, Al Leiter, Paul O'Neill

7 PM- Houston Astros at Tampa Bay Rays (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

7 PM- New York Mets at Miami Marlins (SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez
(MLB Network, FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

8 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Jack Morris

8 PM-Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals (Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver

10 PM- Boston Red Sox at Oakland Athletics (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

Friday, June 20
4 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs (ROOT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, Bob Walk
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

7 PM- Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals (FS South) Chip Caray, Paul Byrd
(MASN2) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo

7 PM- Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees (MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer
(MLB Network, WWOR) Michael Kay, John Flaherty, Paul O'Neill

7 PM- Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(MLB Network, FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

7 PM- Houston Astros at Tampa Bay Rays (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

7 PM- New York Mets at Miami Marlins (SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Cincinnati Reds (SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler
(FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Jeff Brantley

8 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Jack Morris

8 PM- Seattle Mariners at Kansas City Royals (ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers
(FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler

8 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals (Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver

8:30 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Colorado Rockies (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(ROOT Rocky Mountain) Jack Corrigan, George Frazier

9:30 PM- San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks (KNTV) Jon Miller, Mike Krukow
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Boston Red Sox at Oakland Athletics (NESN) Don Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

10 PM- Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels (KTXA) Steve Busby, Tom Grieve
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres (SNLA) Vin Scully
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Sweeney

Saturday, June 21
1 PM- Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees (MASN, WJZ) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer
(MLB Network, YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty, Paul O'Neill

2 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (WGN) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Jack Morris

2 PM- Seattle Mariners at Kansas City Royals (ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers
(FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler

4 PM- Boston Red Sox at Oakland Athletics (NESN) Don Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley
(MLB Network, Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

4 PM- Houston Astros at Tampa Bay Rays (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

4 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Colorado Rockies (FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, George Frazier

4 PM- New York Mets at Miami Marlins (WPIX) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

4 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals (Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver

4 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Cincinnati Reds (SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler
(MLB Network, FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Jeff Brantley

7 PM- Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals (FOX) Joe Buck, Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci, Ken Rosenthal

7 PM- Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians (FOX) Kenny Albert, Cliff Floyd

7 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs (FOX) Thom Brennaman, CJ Nitkowski

10 PM- Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels (Fox Sports 1) Justin Kutcher, Eric Karros
(ESPN Radio) Dave Flemming, Chris Singleton

10 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres (SNLA) Vin Scully
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Sweeney

10 PM- San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks (Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

Sunday, June 22
1 PM- Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

1 PM- New York Mets at Miami Marlins (WPIX) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez
(FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton

1 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at Cincinnati Reds (SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler
(FS Ohio) Jim Kelch, Jeff Brantley

1:30 PM- Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals (FS South) Chip Caray, Paul Byrd
(MLB Network, MASN2) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo

1:30 PM- Houston Astros at Tampa Bay Rays (Comcast Philadelphia) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

2 PM- Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees (MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer
(YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty, Paul O'Neill

2 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Jack Morris

2 PM- Seattle Mariners at Kansas City Royals (ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers
(FS Kansas City) Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler

2 PM- Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals (Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer
(MLB Network, FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Tim McCarver

2 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs (ROOT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, John Wehner
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

4 PM- Boston Red Sox at Oakland Athletics (NESNDon Orsillo, Dennis Eckersley
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

4 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres (SNLA) Vin Scully
(FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Sweeney

4 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Colorado Rockies (FS WisconsinBrian Anderson, Bill Schroeder
(ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, George Frazier

4 PM- San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks (Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly
 
8 PM- Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels (ESPN) Dan Shulman, John Kruk, Buster Olney
(ESPN Radio) Dave Flemming, Chris Singleton

x- This game will be available to watch on MLB Network in the home teams market.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Wholesale changes for NFL on CBS Broadcasts in 2014


If there is one thing that is certain in this world, it's that there will always be change. People just haven't expected much change from CBS, both in regular TV and in terms of sports, after they've dominated the market for nearly the last 10 years. This year will be quite different. After making massive schedule changes for most of their shows this fall, CBS will be making masive broadcast assignment changes. 

Two broadcast teams- Jim Nantz and Phil Simms as well as Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts, remain the same. Nantz and Simms will be joined though by Tracy Wolfson for everyone of their broadcasts this season. Eagle and Fouts meanwhile have been promoted to the #2 broadcast team. The rest of the changes occur mostly because Marv Albert has retired from football broadcasts, though that isn't the case in one instance. Greg Gumbel goes from the #2 broadcast team to the #3 broadcast team where he will be joined by Trent Green. Trent Green replaces Dan Dierdorf and joins the network from Westwood One. 

For the rest of the changes, it is as follows.

* Kevin Harlan replaces Marv Albert on the #4 broadcast team and will be paired with Rich Gannon.

*Spero Dedes moves up to the #5 broadcast team and will be paired with Solomon Wilcotts.

*Andrew Catalon moves up from CBS Sports Networks #1 college football broadcast team to the #6 broadcast booth. He will be in a 3-man booth with Steve Beuerlein and Steve Tasker.

*Jenny Dell and Evan Washburn will be used as sideline reporters throughout the season.

*Reserve broadcasters include Brian Anderson and Tom McCarthy doing play-by-play and Adam Archuleta and Chris Simms doing analysis.

Here's your full release from CBS Sports. 

CBS SPORTS ANNOUNCES NEW BROADCAST PAIRINGS FOR 2014 NFL SEASON

Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts Named THE NFL ON CBS’s No. 2 Announce Team

Reporter Tracy Wolfson Joins Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on Network’s Lead Crew
Newcomer Trent Green Teams with Veteran Greg Gumbel 

The CBS Television Network will begin its 55th year of broadcasting the NFL with Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Tracy Wolfson leading THE NFL ON CBS into the Network’s 2014 NFL season. Nantz, Simms and Wolfson will call the full slate of Thursday Night Football games on CBS and the NFL Network, along with selected Sunday games on CBS. Sean McManus, Chairman, CBS Sports, and Executive Producer, THE NFL ON CBS, announced today several changes to the 2014 announcer line-up along with the complete list of broadcast pairings. 

Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts have been named THE NFL ON CBS’s No. 2 announce team and will call the network’s top game on Sundays when Nantz and Simms do not call a game.
Wolfson, who served as the Network’s lead college football reporter for the past 10 years, will join the lead announce team of Nantz and Simms as THE NFL ON CBS lead reporter. In addition to Wolfson, THE NFL ON CBS will utilize additional sideline reporters during the season including Jenny Dell and Evan Washburn.

THE NFL ON CBS announce team is solidified even more this year as the deepest in sports television as Greg Gumbel will team with newcomer Trent Green. THE NFL ON CBS announce team also will feature several new pairings including Kevin Harlan with Rich Gannon, Spero Dedes with Solomon Wilcots, and Andrew Catalon forming a three-man booth with Steve Tasker and Steve Beuerlein. 

James Brown once again will anchor the CBS Television Network’s pre-game studio show, THE NFL TODAY, along with analysts Boomer Esiason, Bill Cowher, and newcomers Tony Gonzalez and Bart Scott, from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City. Jason La Canfora will continue to serve as the “NFL Insider.”

Following are the Network’s NFL announcer pairings for the 2014 season (play-by-play/analyst):
Jim Nantz/Phil Simms//Tracy Wolfson
Ian Eagle/Dan Fouts
Greg Gumbel/Trent Green
Kevin Harlan/Rich Gannon
Spero Dedes/Solomon Wilcots
Andrew Catalon/Steve Beuerlein/Steve Tasker 

Game coverage also will include play-by-play announcers Brian Anderson and Tom McCarthy, as well as analysts Adam Archuleta and Chris Simms.

McManus also serves as Executive Producer for THE NFL ON CBS. 

Lance Barrow is the coordinating producer and lead game producer for THE NFL ON CBS, and Michael Arnold is the lead game director. Drew Kaliski is producer for THE NFL TODAY, while Bob Matina directs. David Berson is President, CBS Sports. Harold Bryant is Executive Producer & Vice President, Production, CBS Sports.


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