Well now home entertainment was my baby's wish…
There’s apparently some big football game on TV on Sunday (though some of us are perhaps just as excited about the halftime show as we are about the action on the field). And there will be plenty of baseball games on your tube this summer.
The Indians announced today that all 162 regular-season games and seven Spring Training games will be broadcast in 2009. Every regular-season game will be broadcast in high-definition, which, as an added bonus, greatly improves your chances of seeing nose hairs.
SportsTime Ohio will televise 154 games, while WKYC Channel 3 will air 20. The new wrinkle this year is that the games broadcast on WKYC will be simulcast on STO.
National rightsholder Fox Sports has selected eight Tribe games for its ’09 slate — three home games (June 13 against the Cards, July 4 against the A’s and Sept. 5 against the Twins) and five away games (April 18 against the Yankees, May 2 against the Tigers, May 16 against the Rays, June 6 against the White Sox and Aug. 15 against the Twins).
You can check out the complete schedule here. Many of the game times are still yet to be announced.