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Pittsburgh Pirates Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

Pittsburgh Pirates Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

The Pittsburgh Pirates have released their Spring Training broadcast schedule. Games will be shown on Root Sports and webcast on Pirates.com, along with radio broadcasts on 93.7 The Fan. The schedule for each outlet is below.
Root Sports
Sunday, March 9 - Boston Red Sox, 1:05 PM

Monday, March 17 - New York Yankees, 1:05 PM

*Wednesday, March 19 - Boston Red Sox, 7:05 PM

*Friday, March 21 - New York Yankees, 7:05 PM

*Saturday, March 29 - Philadelphia Phillies (in Philadelphia), 1:05 PM

*Also on 93.7 The Fan
93.7 The Fan
Wednesday, February 26 - New York Yankees, 1:05 PM

Sunday, March 2 - Philadelphia Phillies, 1:05 PM

Tuesday, March 4, Detroit Tigers, 1:05 PM

Wednesday, March 5 - Toronto Blue Jays, 1:05 PM

Sunday, March 9 - Baltimore Orioles, 1:05 PM


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