Maryvale Baseball Park will play host to 14 Brewers games this spring. (AP)
MILWAUKEE -- Every Brewers home game in the Cactus League will be televised in 2014, part of a full Spring Training broadcast schedule unveiled by the club on Tuesday.
Brian Anderson and Bill Schroeder will be on the call for FS Wisconsin telecasts of all 14 of the Brewers' games at Maryvale Baseball Park, a first for the network. The slate includes Milwaukee's "home opener" on Saturday, March 1 against the Dodgers and three other Saturday afternoon games -- on March 8 against the Royals, March 15 against the Reds and March 22 against the Angels.
In past seasons, FS Wisconsin has televised only a handful of exhibition games.
In addition to the telecasts, Newsradio 620 WTMJ-AM will broadcast 16 games on the statewide Brewers Radio Network, with Hall of Fame announcer Bob Uecker and his partner Joe Block on the call. The radio schedule includes Miller Park exhibitions against the Royals on March 28-29 that are not technically part of Cactus League play.
Seven other games that are not on television or radio will be webcast exclusively on MLB.com and brewers.com by Anderson, Block and Schroeder.
All of the Brewers' 2014 Spring Training games are in the afternoon, except for the March 28 game against Kansas City, which is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. CT. Times for all games are subject to change and will be continuously updated at brewers.com/schedule.
Pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to Spring Training on Saturday, Feb. 15. All position players have a report date of Friday, Feb. 21. The first full workout is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 22.
Tickets for games at Maryvale Baseball Park are on sale now at brewers.com/springtraining. Tickets for the two games at Miller Park will go on sale at a later date.
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