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Brewers announce Spring Training broadcast sked


MILWAUKEE -- The Brewers on Thursday announced a Spring Training broadcast schedule which covers 34 games with a combination of brewers.com webcasts, Brewers Radio Network broadcasts and FOX Sports Wisconsin telecasts.

The most games -- 17 -- will air exclusively online, with a combination of FS Wisconsin's Brian Anderson and Bill Schroeder and radio voice Joe Block on the call. The webcasts include the Brewers' March 5 exhibition game against John Axford and the rest of Team Canada's World Baseball Classic entry.

Another 16 Brewers spring games will air on the team's statewide radio network with Block and Hall of Fame voice Bob Uecker, and five more games will be televised by FS Wisconsin.

Three of the TV games (March 11 against the Dodgers, March 13 at the D-backs and March 29 against the White Sox at Miller Park) will feature Anderson and Schroeder. Another two (March 19 against the Angels and March 24 at the Padres) will be produced by other FOX Sports regions and simulcast on FS Wisconsin.

The full spring broadcast schedule will be kept up to date at brewers.com.

The Brewers open their spring slate on Feb. 23 at Maryvale Baseball Park against the Oakland A's at 2:05 p.m. CT. Milwaukee will play a total of 35 Spring Training games this season, including 17 at Maryvale Baseball Park and two exhibition games at Miller Park.

Tickets for the Brewers' games at Maryvale are on sale at brewers.com and other outlets. Tickets for the two exhibition games at Miller Park will go on sale at a later date.

Adam McCalvy is a reporter for MLB.com. Read his blog, Brew Beat, and follow him on Twitter at @AdamMcCalvy. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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