In what has to be considered good news for St. Louis Cardinals fans living in overlapping territory in terms of Major League Baseball coverage, FOX Sports Tennessee and FOX Sports Southeast combined will televise 146 games featuring the St. Louis Cardinals during the 2019 regular season. That is just four less than FOX Sports Midwest’s full total of 150.
This will follow all 15 Cardinals spring training tilts shown between the two networks, as they pick up the feeds originating from Midwest. (While included below, the spring schedule for Tennessee and Southeast was previously reported here.)
Regular-season coverage begins on Thursday, March 28 when the Cardinals visit the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 1 of the regular season. It will be the first of 89 Cards contests scheduled to be televised on FOX Sports Tennessee, denoted as “FSSO” in the tables below.
FOX Sports Southeast, labeled as “FSSE” below, will broadcast 57 additional Cardinals tilts. Regular-season coverage will begin with the second game of the season, from Miller Park, scheduled on Friday, March 29. See the complete Cardinals telecast schedule on FOX Sports Tennessee and Southeast below.
Telecasts of Cardinals’ games on FOX Sports Tennessee are available in the Memphis, Evansville and Paducah/Harrisburg/Cape Girardeau DMAs, plus the counties of Union, Pontotoc, Yalobusha and Grenada in Mississippi. Telecasts of Cardinals games on FOX Sports Southeast are available in the Memphis DMA, plus the counties of Union Pontotoc, Yalobusha and Grenada in Mississippi.
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