FOX Sports San Diego announces 2014 Padres preseason TV schedule
10 Padres preseason games will be televised on FOX Sports San Diego beginning Thursday, March 6.
Mar 9, 2013; Peoria, AZ, USA; San Diego Padres manager Bud Black (20) leans on the dugout railing during the fourth inning against the Texas Rangers at Peoria Sports Complex. For 2014, FOX Sports San Diego will telecast 10 spring training games featuring the San Diego Padres.
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San Diego - FOX Sports San Diego (FSSD) today announced their 2014 San Diego Padres preseason television schedule. The network will produce and televise 10 live games including eight from Arizona, as well as the Padresâ two exhibition games against Cleveland at the University of San Diego.
FOX Sports San Diego's preseason coverage will begin Thursday, March 6 as the Padres take on the Texas Rangers live from Peoria, Arizona beginning at 12:00 PM PST. The following is a complete list of FSSD's ten-game schedule.
2014 Padres Preseason Coverage on FSSD:
Thursday, March 6 vs. Rangers, 12:00 PM PST (Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ)
Saturday, March 8 vs. Indians, 12:00 PM PST (Peoria Sports Complex, AZ)
Sunday, March 9 at Diamondbacks, 1:00 PM PST (Salt River Fields, Scottsdale, AZ)
Thursday, March 13 vs. Brewers, 1:00 PM PST (Peoria Sports Complex, AZ)
Friday, March 14 vs. Angels, 1:00 PM PST (Peoria Sports Complex, AZ)
Tuesday, March 18 at Mariners, 7:00 PM PST (Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ)
Thursday, March 20 vs. Giants, 7:00 PM PST (Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ)
Friday, March 21 at Mariners, 7:00 PM PST (Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, AZ)
Friday, March 28 vs. Indians, 6:00 PM PST (Fowler Park, San Diego, CA)
Saturday, March 29 vs. Indians, 1:00 PM PST (Fowler Park, San Diego, CA)
Hall of Fame broadcaster Dick Enberg and former Padres starting pitcher Mark Grant will return to the broadcast booth for approximately half of FSSD's preseason telecasts, with the remaining games called by Padres Live hosts, former Padres first baseman Mark Sweeney and FOX Sports San Diego's own Mike Pomeranz.