The Pittsburgh Pirates announced their Spring Training broadcast schedule on Friday morning. It includes 12 Spring Training games televised live on ROOT Sports. It also includes 16 games broadcast on KDKA and another 12 radio calls will stream live on MLB.com.
MLB Network will release their full Spring Training schedule soon, and that will likely include somewhere between 5-10 more road games. All of the ROOT games are home contests. We will post an update once those extra games have been announced. As of right now, the first televised game will be March 6th, though that could change once MLB Network announces their schedule. The full chart is below (click on chart to view it full page).
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