The official start to the baseball season and the return of the Phillies to Citizens Bank Park are just weeks away.
Over the course of the 2014 regular season, fans will be able to view and hear all 162 Phillies games from the comfort of their homes, cars and workplaces.
Comcast SportsNet will carry 140 games on their network including the 2:05 p.m. season opener against the Texas Rangers on March 31. The Comcast Network will also air nine games in April.
NBC 10 will air the Phillies 12 times during the season beginning with the 3:05 p.m. home opener on Monday, April 7 against the Milwaukee Brewers.
FOX will broadcast the Saturday, July 12 game against the Washington Nationals.
The newest voice to join the Phillies broadcast team is Hall of Fame third baseman and Phillies legend Mike Schmidt. The 10-time consecutive Gold Glove winner will be on the air for all thirteen Sunday home games for special Sundays with Schmidt broadcasts.
Schmidt joins fellow former Phillies Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs as new analysts for the 2014 season, working alongside play-by-play man Tom McCarthy and field reporter Gregg Murphy for games on Comcast SportsNet, The Comcast Network and NBC10.
Radio calls will once again be handled by Larry Andersen, Scott Franzke and Jim Jackson for the 2014 season. All Phillies games can be heard on the Phillies' Flagship stations: Talk Radio 1210 WPHT and SportsRadio 94WIP. Talk Radio 1210 WPHT airs without delay in Citizens Bank Park, allowing fans the option to listen to the broadcast right from their seat. All 162 Phillies games will also air on Spanish Baseball Productions throughout the season. Fans can also access a list of all Phillies Radio Network affiliates on phillies.com.
Visit phillies.com for both the most up-to-date regular season schedule.