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The MLB.tv schedule has been released.

Watch select Spring Training Games LIVE on your Mac, PC, Roku, Samsung, Sony blu-ray, Sony PlayStation 3, Apple TV, Xbox 360 and favorite smartphones and tablets (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and select Android phones and tablets). All Spring Training games on MLB.TV are subject to change.

 

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MLB Network plans to carry more than 200 spring training games between Feb. 26 and March 30, the network announced in a press release on Thursday.

Spring training coverage on the network kicks off with a live meeting between the Blue Jays and Phillies on 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, with at least one live game — and sometimes up to four — airing each day through March 29. Live games will be limited to the Grapefruit League until March 5, when the Dodgers take on the Reds in Cactus League play at 9 p.m. ET.

Here is the full list of games slated to air on the network. All times are ET and all games subject to change and local blackout.

 

Wednesday, Feb. 26
1 p.m. LIVE – Toronto Blue Jays @ Philadelphia Phillies
5 p.m. – Cincinnati Reds @ Cleveland Indians
9 p.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Arizona Diamondbacks

Thursday, Feb. 27
1 p.m. LIVE – Philadelphia Phillies @ Toronto Blue Jays
5 p.m. Cleveland Indians @ Cincinnati Reds
9 p.m. Pittsburgh Pirates @ New York Yankees

Friday, Feb. 28
1 a.m. – Arizona Diamondbacks Split Squad @ Los Angeles Dodgers
4 a.m. – Arizona Diamondbacks Split Squad @ Chicago Cubs
1 p.m. LIVE – Miami Marlins @ St. Louis Cardinals
5 p.m. – Chicago White Sox @ Los Angeles Dodgers
9 p.m. – Washington Nationals @ New York Mets

Saturday, March 1
1 a.m. – Chicago Cubs @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
4 a.m. – Detroit Tigers Split Squad @ Philadelphia Phillies
10 a.m. – Pittsburgh Pirates @ Toronto Blue Jays
1 p.m. LIVE – Philadelphia Phillies @ New York Yankees
4 p.m. – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ Seattle Mariners
8 p.m. – Boston Red Sox @ Minnesota Twins

Sunday, March 2
12 a.m. – Toronto Blue Jays @ Baltimore Orioles
3 a.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Milwaukee Brewers Split Squad
7 a.m. – Miami Marlins Split Squad @ New York Mets
10 a.m. – St. Louis Cardinals @ Miami Marlins Split Squad
1 p.m. LIVE – Baltimore Orioles @ Boston Red Sox
4 p.m. – Oakland Athletics @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
8 p.m. – New York Yankees @ Toronto Blue Jays

Monday, March 3
12 a.m. – New York Mets @ St. Louis Cardinals
3 a.m. – San Diego Padres Split Squad @ Los Angeles Dodgers
7 a.m. – Miami Marlins @ Washington Nationals
10 a.m. – Pittsburgh Pirates @ Philadelphia Phillies
1 p.m. LIVE – Washington Nationals @ New York Yankees
5 p.m. – Chicago Cubs @ Milwaukee Brewers
9 p.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Oakland Athletics

Tuesday, March 4
1 a.m. – Toronto Blue Jays @ Minnesota Twins Split Squad
1 p.m. LIVE – Houston Astros @ New York Mets
4 p.m. – Seattle Mariners @ Los Angeles Dodgers
7 p.m. LIVE – Baltimore Orioles @ New York Yankees

Wednesday, March 5
12 a.m. – Toronto Blue Jays @ Philadelphia Phillies
1 p.m. LIVE – Atlanta Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies
5 p.m. – Kansas City Royals @ Arizona Diamondbacks
9 p.m. LIVE – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Cincinnati Reds

Thursday, March 6
12 a.m. – Baltimore Orioles @ Minnesota Twins
3 a.m. – Oakland Athletics @ Milwaukee Brewers
7 a.m. – Miami Marlins @ New York Mets Split Squad
10 a.m. – Detroit Tigers @ Houston Astros
1 p.m. LIVE – New York Yankees @ Philadelphia Phillies Split Squad
5 p.m. – Texas Rangers @ San Diego Padres
9 p.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Friday, March 7
1 a.m. – St. Louis Cardinals @ Minnesota Twins
4 a.m. – Colorado Rockies @ Milwaukee Brewers
10 a.m. – New York Mets @ Houston Astros
1 p.m. LIVE – Tampa Bay Rays @ Toronto Blue Jays
5 p.m. – Texas Rangers @ Los Angeles Dodgers
9 p.m. – Philadelphia Phillies @ Baltimore Orioles

Saturday, March 8
1 a.m. – San Diego Padres @ Milwaukee Brewers
4 a.m. – Chicago Cubs Split Squad @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Split Squad
7 a.m. – St. Louis Cardinals Split Squad @ New York Mets
10 a.m. – Miami Marlins @ St. Louis Cardinals Split Squad
1 p.m. LIVE – New York Yankees @ Houston Astros Split Squad
4 p.m. – Kansas City Royals @ Milwaukee Brewers
9 p.m. – Seattle Mariners Split Squad @ Los Angeles Dodgers Split Squad

Sunday, March 9
12 a.m. – Minnesota Twins @ Toronto Blue Jays
4 a.m. – Seattle Mariners Split Squad @ San Francisco Giants
7 a.m. – Houston Astros Split Squad @ Philadelphia Phillies
10 a.m. – Arizona Diamondbacks Split Squad @ Los Angeles Angels
1 p.m. LIVE – St. Louis Cardinals @ Washington Nationals
4 p.m. LIVE – Cincinnati Reds @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
8 p.m. – Atlanta Braves @ New York Mets

Monday, March 10
12 a.m. – Tampa Bay Rays @ New York Yankees
3 a.m. – Toronto Blue Jays @ Houston Astros
7 a.m. – Milwaukee Brewers Split Squad @ Cleveland Indians
10 a.m. – Philadelphia Phillies @ Minnesota Twins
1 p.m. LIVE – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox
4 p.m. LIVE – Chicago White Sox @ Milwaukee Brewers
9 p.m. – Atlanta Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies

Tuesday, March 11
12 a.m. – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @Cleveland Indians
3 a.m. – Miami Marlins @ New York Mets
7 a.m. – Detroit Tigers @ St. Louis Cardinals
10 a.m. – Oakland Athletics at Los Angeles Dodgers
1 p.m. LIVE – New York Mets @ St. Louis Cardinals
4 p.m. LIVE – Seattle Mariners @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
9 p.m. – New York Yankees @ Washington Nationals

Wednesday, March 12
1 a.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Kansas City Royals
4 a.m. – Cleveland Indians @ Arizona Diamondbacks
1 p.m. LIVE – Detroit Tigers @ New York Yankees
4 p.m. LIVE – San Diego Padres @ Cleveland Indians
10 p.m. LIVE – Chicago Cubs @ Seattle Mariners

Thursday, March 13
1 a.m. – St. Louis Cardinals @ New York Mets
4 a.m. – Washington Nationals Split Squad @ Houston Astros
7 a.m. – Pittsburgh Pirates @ Minnesota Twins
10 a.m. – Milwaukee Brewers @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Split Squad
1 p.m. LIVE – Boston Red Sox @ Minnesota Twins
4 p.m. LIVE – Cincinnati Reds @ Los Angeles Dodgers
10 p.m. LIVE – Colorado Rockies @ Oakland Athletics

Friday, March 14
1 a.m. – San Francisco Giants @ Texas Rangers
4 a.m. – Miami Marlins @ Detroit Tigers
7 a.m. – Chicago White Sox @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
10 a.m. – Kansas City Royals @ Cleveland Indians
1 p.m. LIVE – St. Louis Cardinals @ Houston Astros
4 p.m. LIVE – Arizona Diamondbacks @ Milwaukee Brewers
9 p.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Chicago Cubs

Saturday, March 15
12 a.m. – Cleveland Indians @ Chicago White Sox
3 a.m. – Minnesota Twins Split Squad @ New York Yankees
7 a.m. – Baltimore Orioles @ Minnesota Twins Split Squad
10 a.m. – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ San Diego Padres
1 p.m. LIVE – New York Yankees @ Baltimore Orioles
4 p.m. LIVE – Cincinnati Reds @ Milwaukee Brewers
7 p.m. LIVE – Philadelphia Phillies @ Boston Red Sox
10 p.m. LIVE – Los Angeles Dodgers Split Squad @ Chicago White Sox

Sunday, March 16
1 a.m. – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ Colorado Rockies
4 a.m. – Texas Rangers @ Oakland Athletics Split Squad
7 a.m. – Minnesota Twins @ New York Mets Split Squad
10 a.m. – San Francisco Giants Split Squad @ Seattle Mariners
1 p.m. LIVE – Pittsburgh Pirates @ Philadelphia Phillies
4 p.m. LIVE – Colorado Rockies @ Los Angeles Dodgers
8 p.m. – Chicago White Sox @ Texas Rangers

Monday, March 17
12 a.m. – Seattle Mariners @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
3 a.m. – Miami Marlins Split Squad @ Minnesota Twins
7 a.m. – Atlanta Braves @ New York Yankees Split Squad
10 a.m. – Detroit Tigers @Washington Nationals Split Squad
4 p.m. LIVE – Cleveland Indians @ Cincinnati Reds
7 p.m. LIVE – Minnesota Twins @ Baltimore Orioles Split Squad
11 p.m. – New York Yankees @ Pittsburgh Pirates

Tuesday, March 18
2 a.m. – Baltimore Orioles Split Squad @ Philadelphia Phillies
7 a.m. – Chicago White Sox @ Milwaukee Brewers
10 a.m. – San Francisco Giants @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Split Squad
4 p .m. LIVE – Oakland Athletics @ Chicago White Sox
10 p.m. LIVE – Chicago Cubs @ Texas Rangers Split Squad

Wednesday, March 19
1 a.m. – Texas Rangers Split Squad @ Milwaukee Brewers
4 a.m. – San Diego Padres @ Seattle Mariners
7 a.m. – Boston Red Sox @ New York Yankees
10 a.m. – Detroit Tigers Split Squad @ New York Mets
1 p.m. LIVE – Minnesota Twins @ St. Louis Cardinals
4 p.m. LIVE – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ Chicago White Sox
9:30 p.m. LIVE – Chicago Cubs @ Colorado Rockies

Thursday, March 20
12:30 a.m. – Houston Astros @ Washington Nationals
4 a.m. – Pittsburgh Pirates @ Boston Red Sox
7 a.m. – Tampa Bay Rays @ Baltimore Orioles
10 a.m. – Philadelphia Phillies @ Toronto Blue Jays
1 p.m. LIVE – Atlanta Braves @ New York Mets
4 p.m. LIVE – Los Angeles Angels @ Kansas City Royals
10 p.m. LIVE – San Francisco Giants @ San Diego Padres

Friday, March 21
1 a.m. – Seattle Mariners @ Chicago Cubs
4 a.m. – Philadelphia Phillies Split Squad @ Houston Astros
7 a.m. – Toronto Blue Jays @ Philadelphia Phillies Split Squad
10 a.m. – Milwaukee Brewers @ Colorado Rockies
1 p.m. LIVE – Boston Red Sox @ Philadelphia Phillies
4 p.m. LIVE – Chicago Cubs @ Chicago White Sox
7 p.m. LIVE – Pittsburgh Pirates @ New York Yankees

Saturday, March 22
12 a.m. – Oakland Athletics @ San Francisco Giants
10 a.m. – Washington Nationals @ St. Louis Cardinals
1 p.m. LIVE – New York Yankees @ Minnesota Twins
4 p.m. LIVE – Texas Rangers @ Kansas City Royals

Sunday, March 23
1 a.m. – Detroit Tigers @ Toronto Blue Jays
4 a.m. – San Francisco Giants @ Chicago White Sox Split Squad
7 a.m. – Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago Cubs
10 a.m. – St. Louis Cardinals @ Houston Astros
1 p.m. LIVE – Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees
4 p.m. LIVE – Cleveland Indians @ Los Angeles Angels
8 p.m. – Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox

Monday, March 24
12 a.m. – San Diego Padres @ Texas Rangers
3 a.m. – Chicago Cubs @ Oakland Athletics Split Squad
7 a.m. – Washington Nationals @ New York Mets Split Squad
10 a.m. – Minnesota Twins @ Philadelphia Phillies
4 p.m. LIVE – Cleveland Indians @ Cincinnati Reds
7 p.m. – Houston Astros @ Atlanta Braves
11 p.m. – Boston Red Sox @ Baltimore Orioles

Tuesday, March 25
2 a.m. – Oakland Athletics @ Texas Rangers
7 a.m. – Chicago White Sox @ Seattle Mariners
10 a.m. – St. Louis Cardinals @ New York Mets
4 p.m. LIVE – San Francisco Giants @ Milwaukee Brewers
7 p.m. LIVE – Philadelphia Phillies @ New York Yankees
11 p.m. – Seattle Mariners @ Kansas City Royals

Wednesday, March 26
2 a.m. – Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays
7 a.m. – Baltimore Orioles @ Minnesota Twins
10 a.m. – New York Mets @ Washington Nationals
4 p.m. LIVE – Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago White Sox
7 p.m. LIVE – Baltimore Orioles Split Squad @ Tampa Bay Rays
11 p.m. – Detroit Tigers @ Philadelphia Phillies

Thursday, March 27
2 a.m. – Pittsburgh Pirates @ Minnesota Twins
6 a.m. – Washington Nationals @ St. Louis Cardinals
9 a.m. – New York Yankees @ Toronto Blue Jays
3 p.m. LIVE – Cincinnati Reds Split Squad @ Milwaukee Brewers
6 p.m. – New York Yankees @ Pittsburgh Pirates
10 p.m. LIVE – Oakland Athletics @ San Francisco Giants

Friday, March 28
1 a.m. – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ Los Angeles Dodgers
4 a.m. – Atlanta Braves @ Detroit Tigers
7 a.m. – Chicago White Sox @ Chicago Cubs
10 a.m. – Toronto Blue Jays @ Philadelphia Phillies
1 p.m. LIVE – Boston Red Sox @ Minnesota Twins
7 p.m. LIVE – New York Mets @ Toronto Blue Jays
10 p.m. LIVE – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim @ Los Angeles Dodgers

Saturday, March 29
1 a.m. – Oakland Athletics @ San Francisco Giants
4 a.m. – Chicago Cubs @ Arizona Diamondbacks
7 a.m. – Houston Astros @ Texas Rangers
10 a.m. – Cleveland Indians @ San Diego Padres
1 p.m. LIVE – New York Mets @ Toronto Blue Jays
4 p.m. LIVE – Cleveland Indians @ San Diego Padres
9 p.m. LIVE – Los Angeles Dodgers @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Sunday, March 30
12 a.m. – San Francisco Giants @ Oakland Athletics
3 a.m. – Seattle Mariners @ Colorado Rockies
6 a.m. – Detroit Tigers @ Washington Nationals
9 a.m. – Houston Astros Split Squad @ Texas Rangers
12 p.m. – Chicago Cubs @ Arizona Diamondbacks
Click Here for the MLB Network TV schedule

 

 

 

ESPN has announced thier seven game schedule for MLB’s 2014 Spring Training  games from Florida.  They have also announced 11 dates of Spring Training reports from select teams in Florida and Arizona.  ESPN’s coverage begin coverage on St. Patrick’s Day, with Karl Ravech and Buster Olney talking about the World Champions the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers, followed by exhibition baseball between last year’s two World Series contenders as Boston hosts the St. Louis Cardinals.

 

ESPN Spring Training games are available on computers, smartphones, tablets, Apple TV, Xbox and Roku players via WatchESPN. Six of the telecasts are also available in Spanish on ESPN Deportes+. Additionally, ESPN International will air Spring Training games in Latin America, Brazil, the Caribbean and Pacific Rim.

 

Monday, March 17 
St. Louis Cardinals at Boston Red Sox (ESPN 1PM) Karl Ravech, Barry Larkin, Tim Kurkjian

Tuesday, March 18 
Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees (ESPN 1PM) Dan Shulman, John Kruk, Buster Olney

Thursday, March 20 
New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox (ESPN 7PM) Dan Shulman, John Kruk, Buster Olney

Monday, March 24 
Detroit Tigers at Pittsburgh Pirates (ESPN 1PM) Adnan Virk, Doug Glanville, Tim Kurkjian

Tuesday, March 25 
Atlanta Braves at Detroit Tigers (ESPN 1PM) Adnan Virk, Doug Glanville, Tim Kurkjian

Wednesday, March 26 
Washington Nationals at St. Louis Cardinals (ESPN 1PM) Steve Levy, Eduardo Perez, Doug Glanville

Thursday, March 27 
Washington Nationals at New York Mets (ESPN Noon) Steve Levy, Eduardo Perez, Doug Glanville

 

 

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL COMES TO FOX SPORTS 1 NEXT WEEK

FOX Sports 1 televises its first-ever Major League Baseball games, one Spring Training game per day — two from the Cactus League and one from the Grapefruit.  The first is Monday, March 3 (3:00 PM ET) and has the Arizona Diamondbacks hosting the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.  The second is Tuesday, March 4 (3:00 PM ET), with the Angels playing host to the D’backs.  Victor Rojas and Mark Gubicza have the call for both games.  Finally, on Wednesday, March 5 (1:00 PM ET), the World Champion Boston Red Sox visit the defending National League Champion St. Louis Cardinals in a Fall Classic rematch with Dan McLaughlin on play-by-play and analysis from Al Hrabosky.  FOX Sports 1 is simulcasting games being produced by FOX Sports West and FOX Sports Midwest, two of FOX’s industry-leading 22 owned-and-operated regional sports networks.

 

 

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Greek Poppers (Bacon Wrapped Olives)

 

INGREDIENTS

 

2 dozen Tassos Double-stuffed Olives (buy at Costco or Amazon)
1 cup brown sugar
2 tbsp black pepper
1 tsp ground ginger
1 pkg bacon
toothpicks or skewers

 

PREPARATION

Place the olives in a bowl and rinse with cool water for a few minutes.

Fill the bowl with water and leave the olives to de-brine for 15 minutes.

The soak will out some of the saltiness from the olives.

Evenly mix the brown sugar, black pepper and ground ginger.

You can also substitute a Memphis-style rub for a little more kick.

Cut the bacon strips in half.

Dry the olives and wrap each olive with 1/2 piece of bacon.

Secure with a toothpick.

Hold the olive over the bowl of rub.

With a spoon pour some rub over every inch of the olive.

Scoop a little extra rub into one side of olive, packing it down with the spoon.

Place the olives on a grilling tray or a skewer rack.

Cook them along with whatever is for dinner.

They’re done when the bacon crisps up.

When cooked by themselves they’re best cooked indirect at 275°F for 1 hour with a hunk of hickory or pecan or your favorite wood.

 

 

 

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