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Phillies fans have been eager for the return of action.  Leaving 2020 season on a sour note and stuck at home around COVID-19 restrictions, Phillies Spring Training is the turning of the page to Spring and hopefully, a subsiding pandemic.

On Wednesday, the Phillies released their Spring Training schedule.  All but two games will be broadcast.  Here is a rundown of the schedule:

  • March 1 vs. Orioles (NBCSP+)
  • March 4 vs. Yankees (NBCSP+)
  • March 5 vs. Pirates (NBCSP+)
  • March 10 vs. Tigers (NBCSP+)
  • March 11 vs. Yankees (NBCSP+)
  • March 13 vs. Tigers (NBCSP)
  • March 17 vs. Tigers (NBCSP+)
  • March 20 vs. Blue Jays (NBCSP)
  • March 21 vs. Tigers (NBCSP)
  • March 25 vs. Yankees (NBCSP+)
  • March 28 vs. Yankees (NBCSP)
  • March 29 vs. Blue Jays (NBCSP+)

The away games are a different story.  Teams have generally only broadcast their own Spring games and not hit the road for a television broadcast.  If you are looking to follow the following, the MLB.tv app can stream a television broadcast or the audio from the opposing teams in their ballparks.

Here is a rundown on those games:

  • February 28 at Tigers (Tigers radio broadcast)
  • March 2 at Tigers (Tigers radio)
  • March 7 at Yankees (Yankees television/YES Network)
  • March 15 at Yankees (Yankees television/YES Network)
  • March 19 at Yankees television (Yankees/YES Network)
  • March 22 at Yankees television (Yankees/YES Network)
  • March 24 at Tigers (Tigers television)
  • March 27 at Tigers (Tigers radio) 

Blue Jays, Orioles and Pirates broadcast schedules are pending, should they carry any games.

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