Sox on the airwaves

With reporting date closing in — the official day for pitchers and catchers is Feb. 19 — fans must be waiting to get their first look at the Red Sox on TV, or even the first listen on radio. Here is the broadcast schedule for the team.


DATE                                                 OPPONENT                          SITE                                       TIME

Saturday, March 3                            Northeastern                          JetBlue Park                          2:35 p.m.

Saturday, March 3                            Boston College                       JetBlue Park                          7:05 p.m./TV/Radio

Sunday, March 4                               Minnesota Twins                   JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m./TV/Radio#

Monday, March 5                               Minnesota Twins                     Hammond Stadium                 7:05 p.m./TV/Radio

Tuesday, March 6                             Baltimore Orioles                  JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m.

Wednesday, March 7                          Toronto Blue Jays                   Dunedin                                  1:05 p.m.

Thursday, March 8                              St. Louis Cardinals                 Jupiter                                     1:05 p.m.

Friday, March 9                                Pittsburgh Pirates                 JetBlue Park                          7:05 p.m./TV/Radio#

Saturday, March 10                          Tampa Bay Rays                   JetBlue Park                          7:05 p.m./TV/Radio

Sunday, March 11                               Baltimore Orioles                    Sarasota                                   1:05 p.m./TV

Monday, March 12                           Miami Marlins                       JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m./ESPN

Tuesday, March 13                             New York Yankees                Tampa                                     7:05 p.m./Radio

Wednesday, March 14                        Off Day

Thursday, March 15                         St. Louis Cardinals               JetBlue Park                          2:35 p.m.

Friday, March 16                              Minnesota Twins                   JetBlue Park                          7:05 p.m./Radio

Saturday, March 17                            Baltimore Orioles (SS)            Sarasota                                   1:05 p.m.

Saturday, March 17                          Baltimore Orioles (SS)          JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m./Radio

Sunday, March 18                               Tampa Bay Rays                     Port Charlotte                         1:05 p.m./TV/Radio

Monday, March 19                           Minnesota Twins                   JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m.

Tuesday, March 20                           Toronto Blue Jays                 JetBlue Park                          7:05 p.m./TV/Radio

Wednesday, March 21                        Pittsburgh Pirates                    Bradenton                               1:05 p.m.

Thursday, March 22                         New York Yankees               JetBlue Park                          7:05 p.m./TV/ESPN/Radio#

Friday, March 23                                Baltimore Orioles                    Sarasota                                   1:05 p.m.

Saturday, March 24                            Miami Marlins (SS)                 Jupiter                                     1:05 p.m.

Saturday, March 24                          Philadelphia Phillies (SS)      JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m./TV/Radio

Sunday, March 25                               Toronto Blue Jays                   Dunedin                                  1:05 p.m./TV/Radio

Monday, March 26                             Philadelphia Phillies                Clearwater                               1:05 p.m./ESPN

Tuesday, March 27                           Tampa Bay Rays                   JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m.

Wednesday, March 28                        Off Day

Thursday, March 29                         Toronto Blue Jays                 JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m.

Friday, March 30                                Minnesota Twins                     Hammond Stadium                 1:05 p.m.

Saturday, March 31                            Tampa Bay Rays                     Port Charlotte                         1:05 p.m./Radio

Sunday, April 1                                 Minnesota Twins                   JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m./TV/Radio#

Monday, April 2                                Washington Nationals           JetBlue Park                          1:35 p.m.

Tuesday, April 3                                 Washington Nationals             Nationals Park                         3:05 p.m.


(SS)- Split Squad        Home Games at JetBlue Park at Fenway South in Lee County, Florida

TV- Game Telecast by NESN, ESPN- Game Telecast on ESPN

Radio- Game aired on WEEI 93.7 FM/850 AM, Radio#- Game aired on WRKO 680 AM




I understand the A’s are playing again in Japan (against the M’s, if I remember right). Sure am glad we’re not! Let’s play some BASEBALL already! GO SOX!

I see that Cespedes landed with the A’s. Gotta wonder why Beane signed him to a 4-year deal while unloading several younger pitchers at the sam time. I dunno– go for it, Billy.
I also see that the Pirates have been negotiating with the Yankees about AJ Burnett. If that isn’t “Penthouse to Outhouse”, I don’t know what is. We’ll see. Ouch.
Let’s PLAY BALL, already! GO SOX!

Hi I’m David. I Really enjoyed your blog. It was very well written and interesting. I’m a kid who just started to blog. I’m very new to this and I was wondering if you could check it. Please comment advice.

Why don’t the Red sox offer Oswalt a deal that is structured along the following lines:
1. 2012 salary of $5 mil – $9 mil (i.e., whatever they think is palatable).
2. 6 round trips by private jet and helicopter to his home (total cost <$250,000).
3. A renewable team option for 2013, 2014 and 2015 @ $12 mil/year, which the Red Sox can buy out at any time for $2.5 mil.
If Oswalt returns to his prior form the Red Sox have a reasonably priced Ace. If he isn't worth the $12 mil they can buy out for $2.5 mil. This structure allows the Red Sox to add an additional $2.5 mil to their offer to Oswalt, but kicks into the 2013 team salary when it will be more affordable. From Oswalt's perspective it guarantees that in a worst case scenario he will receive an extra $2.5 mil (i.e., over and above whatever the Red Sox are currently prepared to offer).

In addition, the team options for future seasons and the offer to provide round trip private jet service to his home indicate sensitivity to his needs and should flatter his ego.

(Note: the dollar amounts quoted above are purely examples. Their purpose is solely to illustrate the suggested structure).

Go Sox YEA!!!!

Bring Back Pedro…??

Been a long run

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