Listen to Junior National Team Spring Training!

March 13, 2018

OTTAWA-Baseball Canada is pleased to announce that will once again provide live play-by-play coverage of select Junior National Team spring training games beginning on March 16th.

Listen as St. Pete’s own Joe Bourdow and Clearwater Threshers play-by-play voice Kirsten Karbach bring you all the action when Team Canada takes on the Detroit Tigers (March 16th), Philadelphia Phillies (March 18th), Fort Lauderdale Stars (March 19th) and the Tampa Bay Rays (March 24th).

Fans can access the broadcast via or through the TuneIn App with pregame chatter beginning at 12:50pm EDT.

The March 17th contest pitting the Junior National Team against a split-squad version of the Toronto Blue Jays in Dunedin will be available for listeners across the Sportsnet Radio Network and TV broadcast on Sportsnet ONE and Sportsnet NOW.

Dates and broadcast times:

3/16 - 1pm ET Canada vs Detroit Tigers (Radio St. Pete)
3/17 - 1pm ET Canada vs Toronto Blue Jays (Listen: Sportsnet Radio Network Watch: Sportsnet ONE, Sportsnet NOW
3/18 - 1pm ET Canada vs Philadelphia Phillies (Radio St. Pete)
3/19 - 1pm ET Canada vs Fort Lauderdale Stars (Radio St. Pete)
3/24 -1pm ET Canada vs Tampa Bay Rays (Radio St. Pete)

As always, Baseball Canada will have exclusive photos, updates and stories as part of our complete coverage through our social channels:




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