ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Cardinals today announced that every 2017 regular-season game will be televised locally or nationally as well as broadcast on the Cardinals Radio Network.
In its 24th season with the team and its seventh as the exclusive local TV home of the Cardinals, FOX Sports Midwest is scheduled to carry 147 regular-season games this season. Each of the 147 telecasts will also be streamed live on the FOX Sports GO app and at FOXSportsGo.com, available to customers of participating pay-television providers who receive Cardinals games on FOX Sports Midwest. FOX Sports Midwest will also continue to produce the Cardinals Live pre- and postgame shows for every regular-season telecast on the network. Those shows will continue to air live from the network’s studio on the second level of Ballpark Village.
Dan McLaughlin, Al Hrabosky, Ricky Horton, Tim McCarver and Jim Edmonds will continue to call game action. Jim Hayes, Scott Warmann and Sara Dayley — in her first season as a member of the TV team — serve as reporters and hosts for Cardinals Live. Additionally, former Cardinals pitchers Brad Thompson and Rick Ankiel will serve as studio analysts on Cardinals Live.
Ratings for Cardinals telecasts on FOX Sports Midwest have ranked in the top three among Major League Baseball teams for 17 consecutive seasons. FOX Sports Midwest-produced Cardinals telecasts are shown in 10 states and available in approximately 4 million homes.
Twelve regular-season games are scheduled to be carried exclusively as part of Major League Baseball’s national television packages with FOX (aired locally on KTVI), FS1 and ESPN. In addition, three games have yet to be scheduled but will be nationally televised or carried on FOX Sports Midwest. The schedule is subject to change based on future national television selections.
In addition to televised game coverage, KMOX (1120 AM), the team’s flagship radio station, and most stations on the Cardinals Radio Network will carry every regular-season game. Broadcasters Mike Shannon and John Rooney will again share all the Cardinals highlights on the radio at home. Ricky Horton will continue to join John Rooney to call all Cardinals road games. Mike Claiborne will also assist with broadcasts while Tom Ackerman, Chris Hrabe and Alex Ferrario will serve as pre- and postgame announcers on KMOX. This year marks KMOX’s seventh consecutive season as the flagship station and 57th year overall. The Cardinals Radio Network consists of 155 radio stations in 10 states and is currently the largest radio network in MLB.