Combined press release
The St. Louis Cardinals have announced that fans will be able to catch all of the club’s 2021 spring training games on either FOX Sports Midwest, KMOX 1120 AM/Cardinals Radio Network affiliates (CRN) or streaming via the MLB app or cardinals.com.
FOX Sports Midwest (rebranding as Bally Sports Midwest in the coming weeks) is scheduled to televise 12 games in 2021. The television home of the Cardinals kicks off its live game coverage with the spring training opener vs. the Washington Nationals on Sunday, February 28, at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium and continue with the club’s next two games on March 2 and 3. Each of FOX Sports Midwest’s telecasts will also be streamed live on FOX Sports GO and most afternoon games will be replayed in prime time. The spring training television schedule is subject to change. Dan McLaughlin will call the action alongside Jim Edmonds, Brad Thompson and Ricky Horton.
The team’s flagship radio station KMOX 1120 AM will broadcast 18 spring games with Mike Shannon, John Rooney, Ricky Horton and Mike Claiborne at the microphone. The radio schedule also begins on Sunday, February 28, vs. the Nationals. The 145 Cardinals Radio Network affiliates will carry six of the seven Saturday and Sunday games, as well as eight evening matchups. Fans are encouraged to check their local listings for details.
Additional Cardinals spring contests may be televised or broadcast by opposing teams and be available for streaming via the MLB app or cardinals.com.
For more information on Spring Training and the Cardinals broadcast partners, visit cardinals.com/springtraining, cardinals.com/radio or cardinals.com/tv. The Cardinals 2021 Spring Training broadcast schedule follows:
2021 St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training Broadcast Schedule
|DAY||DATE||GAME (CT)||OPPONENT||TV (CT)||TV^||AUDIO (CT)||RADIO/STREAM*|
|Sunday||28 Feb||12:05 PM||Nationals||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Tuesday||02 Mar||12:05 PM||@Marlins||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||12:00 PM||cardinals.com/MLB|
|Wednesday||03 Mar||12:05 PM||Mets||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Thursday||04 Mar||5:05 PM||@Astros||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Friday||05 Mar||5:05 PM||@Nationals||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Sunday||07 Mar||12:05 PM||Astros||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Monday||08 Mar||12:05 PM||Marlins||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Tuesday||09 Mar||12:10 PM||@Mets||12:00 PM||Mets SNY||12:00 PM||cardinals.com/MLB|
|Wednesday||10 Mar||12:05 PM||@Nationals||12:00 PM||cardinals.com/MLB|
|Friday||12 Mar||5:05 PM||Astros||5:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Saturday||13 Mar||5:05 PM||@Marlins||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Sunday||14 Mar||12:10 PM||@Mets||12:00 PM||Mets WPIX||12:00 PM||cardinals.com/MLB|
|Monday||15 Mar||12:05 PM||Nationals||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Wednesday||17 Mar||5:05 PM||@Astros||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Thursday||18 Mar||5:05 PM||Marlins||5:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Friday||19 Mar||12:10 PM||@Mets||12:00 PM||Mets SNY||12:00 PM||cardinals.com/MLB|
|Saturday||20 Mar||12:05 PM||Astros||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Monday||22 Mar||12:05 PM||@Marlins||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||12:00 PM||cardinals.com/MLB|
|Tuesday||23 Mar||12:05 PM||Nationals||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Wednesday||24 Mar||12:05 PM||Mets||12:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Thursday||25 Mar||5:05 PM||@Astros||AT&T SportsNet SW||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Saturday||27 Mar||5:05 PM||Marlins||5:00 PM||FOX Sports Midwest||4:55 PM||KMOX & CRN|
|Sunday||28 Mar||12:05 PM||@Nationals||11:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
|Monday||29 Mar||11:05 AM||Mets||10:55 AM||KMOX & CRN|
CRN = Cardinals Radio Network
^ All games televised on FOX Sports Midwest also streamed on FOX Sports GO
* All games broadcast on KMOX/CRN also streamed on cardinals.com and the MLB mobile app
Schedule subject to change
Brian Walton’s take
As always, I will be monitoring the comparable announcements by the Cardinals’ spring opponents and will add their originated TV games to the above schedule.
Marlins – no spring games televised
Nationals – radio only announced to date
Mets – three Cardinals games televised, all unique
Astros – two Cardinals games televised, one unique
This increases the Cardinals total from 12 to 16 games available to watch.
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