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Yankees spring training: 2018 broadcast schedule

Here are the ways that you can tune in during spring training.

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At long last, spring training games start on Friday. The games may be meaningless, but it’ll be fun to get our first look at Giancarlo Stanton as a Yankee. The early afternoon start times and limited broadcast schedule can make it difficult to keep track of games, so here’s a handy list of the different ways that you can tune in. We’ll also be running game threads and recaps for each game.

Friday, February 23 - Tigers - 1:05 pm ET - YES
Saturday, February 24 - Pirates - 1:05 pm ET - WFAN
Sunday, February 25 - Phillies - 1:05 pm ET - MLBN, WFAN
Monday, February 26 - Phillies - 6:35 pm ET
Tuesday, February 27 - Blue Jays - 1:07 pm ET
Wednesday, February 28 - Tigers - 1:05 pm ET - YES
Thursday, March 1 - Phillies - 1:05 pm ET - MLBN
Friday, March 2 - Braves - 1:05 pm ET - YES
Saturday, March 3 - Red Sox - 1:05 pm ET - MLBN, WFAN
Sunday, March 4 - Rays - 1:05 pm ET - YES, WFAN
Monday, March 5 - OFF
Tuesday, March 6 - Tigers - 1:05 pm ET
Wednesday, March 7 - Mets - 1:10 pm ET
Thursday, March 8 - Phillies - 1:05 pm ET - YES
Friday, March 9 - Braves - 6:05 pm ET - WFAN
Saturday, March 10 - Mets - 1:05 pm ET - MLBN, YES, WFAN
Sunday, March 11 - Marlins - 1:05 pm ET - WFAN, WAQI
Monday, March 12 - Twins - 6:35 pm ET - YES, WFAN
Tuesday, March 13 - Tigers - 1:05 pm ET - YES
Wednesday, March 14 - Orioles - 1:05 pm ET - MLBN
Thursday, March 15 - Pirates - 1:05 pm ET - YES
Friday, March 16 - Astros - 6:35 pm ET
Saturday, March 17 - Tigers - 1:05 pm ET - MLBN, WFAN
Sunday, March 18 - Marlins - 1:05 pm ET - YES, WFAN
Monday, March 19 - Rays - 6:35 pm ET
Tuesday, March 20 - Tigers - 1:05 pm ET
Wednesday, March 21 - Orioles - 6:35 pm ET
Thursday, March 22 - Twins - 1:05 pm ET - ESPN2
Friday, March 23 - Red Sox - 1:05 pm ET - ESPN, YES
Saturday, March 24 - Braves (SS) - 1:05 pm ET & Blue Jays (SS) - 1:05 pm ET - WFAN
Sunday, March 25 - Rays - 1:05 pm ET

If you’re like me and will be working during the day games, you should be happy to see that they have mixed in a few 6:00 and 6:30 pm start times. Per usual, there are a few games that won’t have any audio or video coverage. You’d think they could just set up a video camera and leave us with stadium noise, but apparently not. It looks like most games will be available on MLB.tv, if you have that. However, their full spring training broadcast schedule has not been released yet.

Are you planning to watch any spring training games or will you wait until Opening Day?