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Seven Padres Spring Training games will be televised on MLB Network

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Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

The MLB Network announced today in a press release that the Padres will have three live Spring Training games televised. There will be 13 total games involving the Padres on TV but only 7 of those will be shown in the Padres' home market (*).  Hope that makes sense, because I've even confused myself on my first attempt at blogging this.  The entire MLB Network Spring Training game schedule can be found here, but I've whittled it down to just Padres games below. They of course used Eastern Times but I've converted them for you to Pacific Time.

Date

Game

Time

Wed, Mar 4

San Diego Padres* @ Seattle Mariners

1:00 PM

Fri, Mar 6

San Diego Padres* @ Seattle Mariners

11:00 PM

Sun, Mar 8

San Diego Padres* @ San Francisco Giants

8:00 PM

Sun, Mar 8

LIVE: Colorado Rockies* @ San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Thu, Mar 12

LIVE: Los Angeles Dodgers @ San Diego Padres*

1:00 PM

Sat, Mar 14

LIVE: Texas Rangers* @ San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Mon, Mar 16

LIVE: Chicago Cubs* @ San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Sat, Mar 21

Kansas City Royals* @ San Diego Padres

8:00 PM

Sat, Mar 21

Arizona Diamondbacks* @ San Diego Padres

5:00 PM

Mon, Mar 23

San Diego Padres* @ Chicago Cubs

6:00 AM

Sat, Mar 28

San Diego Padres* @ Texas Rangers

5:00 PM

Sun, Mar 29

LIVE: Seattle Mariners @ San Diego Padres*

1:00 PM

Tue, Mar 31

LIVE: Kansas City Royals* @ San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

P.S.  The Press Release says that the March 28th game will be live, even though it doesn't say it on their website. Very confusing.

The Padres will be on the MLB Network's 30 Clubs in 30 Days on March 8th at 4 PM PST. The entire schedule can be found by following this link. MLB Network analysts Eric Byrnes, Sean Casey, Al Leiter, Joe Magrane, Dan Plesac and Harold Reynolds will provide their analysis and predictions on the coming season.  They also say they'll conduct interviews and on-field demonstrations with players and managers from each club.  I wish Matt Vasgersian was joining them.