FOX Sports Wisconsin Announces 2016 Brewers Spring Training TV Schedule

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MILWAUKEE — FOX Sports Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Brewers announced the Spring Training telecast schedule for the 2016 season on Thursday, February 18th.

The regional sports network will televise 14 games, 11 of which are home games from Maryvale Baseball Park. Coverage begins Monday, March 7, when the Brewers play the Padres.

2016 Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

Date               Day                 Opponent                             Time

Mar. 7              Monday           San Diego                              2:00 PM

Mar. 10            Thursday         San Francisco                       2:00 PM

Mar. 11            Friday              Texas                                      2:00 PM

Mar. 12            Saturday         Colorado                                2:00 PM

Mar. 16            Wednesday     Chicago White Sox               3:00 PM

Mar. 18            Friday              Cincinnati                              3:00 PM

Mar. 19            Saturday         at L.A. Angels                          3:00 PM*

Mar. 20            Sunday            L.A. Dodgers                         3:00 PM

Mar. 21            Monday           L.A. Angels (split squad)     3:00 PM*

Mar. 21            Monday           at Arizona (split squad)           8:30 PM+*

Mar. 24            Thursday         Kansas City                           3:00 PM

Mar. 26            Saturday         Arizona                                  3:00 PM

Mar. 27            Sunday            at Cleveland                            3:00 PM*

Mar. 29            Tuesday          Cincinnati                              3:00 PM

-All Times Central
+Denotes airing on FOX Sports Wisconsin Alternate Channel
*Denotes simulcast production of another FOX Sports regional network

Bill Schroeder will serve as the primary analyst from the broadcast booth, and will be joined by Brian Anderson, Craig Coshun and Matt Lepay. Four of the games will be simulcasts featuring productions from other FOX Sports regional networks.