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Fox Sports San Diego and Padres announce Spring Training broadcast schedules

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The only question remaining is which game will FSSD allow those weirdo bloggers to take over for three innings?

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Yesterday we told you about the upcoming Sunday to Spring series on Fox Sports San Diego, which will highlight the best of the 2014 Padres by re-airing six of the most exciting games from the 2014 season. Well all of that is just meant to tide us over until Spring Training gets here. Then the real fun can begin. And FSSD has us covered on that end as well. Today they announced their Spring Training television broadcast schedule, which includes nine games from Peoria as well as April 4th's exhibition game against the Mexico City Red Devils during FanFest at Petco Park. The exhibition game will also be preceded by a one-hour Padres Live pregame show starting at 1:00pm

"Approximately" half of the Spring Training games will be called by Mark Grant and Dick Enberg, while Mark Sweeney and Jesse Agler pick up the remaining games.

Here's the full schedule, via FSSD's press release:

Sunday

Mar. 8

vs.

Rockies

1:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Saturday

Mar. 14

vs.

Rangers

1:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Monday

Mar. 16

vs.

Cubs

1:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Tuesday

Mar. 17

vs.

Brewers

1:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Friday

Mar. 20

vs.

Royals

7:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Saturday

Mar. 21

vs.

Diamondbacks

1:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Monday

Mar. 23

vs.

White Sox

1:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Friday

Mar. 27

vs.

Rockies

7:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Tuesday

Mar. 31

vs.

Royals

7:00 PM PST

Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ

Saturday

April 4

vs.

Mexico City

1:00 PM PST

Petco Park, San Diego, CA



While only these ten games will be telecast on FSSD, every single Spring Training game will be available for our watching or listening pleasure, either through radio (ESPN 1700 or The Mighty 1090), web (MLB.com), or TV (FSSD). Probably safe to assume that, like in years past, the radio/web broadcasts will be covered by Ted Leitner, Bob Scanlan, Jesse Agler, and I'd guess maybe some Mike Pomeranz. You can find the full broadcast schedule for all Padres Spring Training games here.