Since the prior update of the St. Louis Cardinals spring training television and radio schedule for 2020, all of St. Louis’ spring opponents except the New York Mets have announced their individual network plans.
The bottom line for Cardinals fans is that 24 of the team’s 31 spring games will be shown on one network or another – or sometimes multiples. The remainder (and many others) will have audio available. Details follow below.
Update 2/14: The Mets’ spring TV schedule of 14 games includes two with the Cardinals. Both are early, on February 23 and 28. As they were already on the MLB Network docket, what appears to be the final total remains at 24, though the live total increases by one.
A major new addition is MLB Network disclosing its 2020 spring slate of 200 games. The schedule primarily consists of games already scheduled on other networks, with a handful of unique telecasts. Another component of the MLB Network plan is time-delayed programming, later the same day or during the following night. Not all games will be shown in local markets, however, so check the somewhat unwieldy MLB Network master schedule or your own local programming guide.
The Cardinals will be featured 20 times on MLB Network this spring, including 10 live telecasts and 10 delayed showings. In addition, their 30 Clubs in 30 Days series will be featuring St. Louis on February 25.
The #stlcards will be featured early this year in MLB Network's 30 Clubs in 30 Days series – Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. CT.
— Brian Walton (@B_Walton) February 13, 2020
|Day||Date||Opponent||Location||Time||StL TV||Other TV||StL Audio|
|Sat||22 Feb||New York Mets||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||KMOX|
|Sun||23 Feb||at New York Mets||Pt St. Lucie||1:10||SNY||KMOX|
|Mon||24 Feb||at Miami Marlins||Jupiter**||1:05||FS Midwest||FS Florida||stream|
|Tue||25 Feb||Wash. Nationals||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (delay)||CRN|
|Wed||26 Feb||Miami Marlins||Jupiter||1:05||stream|
|at Houston Astros||West Palm||1:05||ATT Snet SW|
|Thu||27 Feb||at Atlanta Braves||North Port||1:05||stream|
|Fri||28 Feb||at New York Mets||Pt St. Lucie||1:10||SNY||stream|
|Sat||29 Feb||Wash. Nationals||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (live)||KMOX|
|Sun||01 Mar||at Houston Astros||West Palm||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (delay)||KMOX|
|Mon||02 Mar||Minnesota Twins||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (l & d)||CRN|
|Tue||03 Mar||Houston Astros||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (delay)||CRN|
|Wed||04 Mar||at New York Mets||Pt St. Lucie||1:10||ESPN||stream|
|Thu||05 Mar||New York Mets||Jupiter||1:05||stream|
|at Wash. Nationals||West Palm||6:05||MASN||KMOX|
|Fri||06 Mar||OPEN DATE|
|Sat||07 Mar||Houston Astros||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (live)||KMOX|
|Sun||08 Mar||Miami Marlins||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||FS Florida||KMOX|
|Mon||09 Mar||at Minnesota Twins||Fort Myers||1:05||FS North||stream|
|Tue||10 Mar||at Boston Red Sox||Fort Myers||1:05||stream|
|Wed||11 Mar||at New York Mets||Pt St. Lucie||1:10||stream|
|Thu||12 Mar||Miami Marlins||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||FS Florida||stream|
|Fri||13 Mar||Houston Astros||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (live)||KMOX|
|Sat||14 Mar||at Miami Marlins||Jupiter**||1:05||FS Midwest||FS Florida||KMOX|
|Sun||15 Mar||Boston Red Sox||Jupiter||1:05||NESN||KMOX|
|Mon||16 Mar||at Houston Astros||West Palm||1:05||ATT Snet SW||KMOX|
|Tue||17 Mar||OPEN DATE|
|Wed||18 Mar||Miami Marlins||Jupiter||1:05||stream|
|Thu||19 Mar||Atlanta Braves||Jupiter||1:05||FS Midwest||FS Southeast||stream|
|Fri||20 Mar||New York Mets||Jupiter||6:05||FS Midwest||ESPN+||KMOX|
|Sat||21 Mar||at Miami Marlins||Jupiter**||7:05||KMOX|
|Sun||22 Mar||at Wash. Nationals||West Palm||1:05||FS Midwest||MLBN (live)||KMOX|
|Mon||23 Mar||at Texas Rangers||Arlington, TX||7:05||FS Southwest +||KMOX|
CRN = Cardinals Radio Network
KMOX = KMOX Radio and CRN
stream = cardinals.com/At Bat app
** Cardinals are “away” team vs. Marlins at Roger Dean
Times are local – ET for Florida and CT in Texas
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