2/28/2013 12:41 P.M. ET
Root Sports announces 2013 Rockies telecast schedule
Network to televise 150 games; debut new show "Rockies: Real Time"
By / MLB.com
ROOT SPORTS™ announced today its 2013 Colorado Rockies telecast schedule. The network will air 150 Rockies regular season games, in addition to six spring training games. Leading up to the first pitch on April 1, ROOT SPORTS will televise 20 hours of Rockies programming to celebrate the team's 20th anniversary.
ROOT SPORTS' regular season coverage begins on Monday, April 1, when the Rockies travel to Milwaukee to face the Brewers at noon MT. A special one-hour Pregame Show will begin at 11 a.m. MT. The team will open Coors Field on Friday, April 5, with the Pregame Show starting at 1 p.m. MT.
Additionally, the network will debut a new show, Rockies: Real Time, on April 5 following the Rockies home opener. The show goes beyond the sound bite and spends real time with players in their everyday lives. In their own words, the Rockies players give fans a new perspective on the challenges and triumphs in major league baseball through first-hand stories and experiences. Rockies: Real Time will air Friday nights following the Toyota Postgame Show throughout the season.
Rockies Double Play, which provides all the highlights from the previous game in just 30 minutes, and Rockies Weekly, which recaps the best of the week and provides an exclusive interview with the coaching staff, will return again this year. Rockies Weekly premieres on Sunday, March 31 at 9 p.m. MT, with a preview of the upcoming Rockies season. Following the debut, the show will air on Sundays after the postgame.
ROOT SPORTS, winner of the 2012 Emmy® for best live sporting event for its coverage of the Colorado Rockies, will return its entire broadcast team for the 2013 season. Drew Goodman, nine-time Colorado Sportscaster of the Year, enters his 12th year as the play-by-play announcer for the Colorado Rockies. He'll be joined in the booth by a combination of veterans in George Frazier and Jeff Huson. After a successful first season, Joel Klatt and Jenny Cavnar will return to handle pregame and postgame duties, while Cavnar will also serve as a sideline reporter. Tracy Ringolsby returns as an integral part of the Rockies Pregame and Toyota Postgame Shows, while Marc Stout will host and report from the sidelines.
Please see below for the complete Rockies spring training and regular season schedule.
ROOT SPORTS™ is the home of the Colorado Rockies, Utah Jazz, University of Denver and Big Sky Conference. The network reaches more than 2.7 million households across nine states and delivers more than 350 live events each year - all of which are available in high definition.
ROOT SPORTS™ is owned and operated by DIRECTV Sports Networks LLC, which operates regional sports networks in the Northwest, Pittsburgh and Rocky Mountain regions. The three networks combined reach more than 8.8 million households across 18 states and own exclusive programming and distribution partnerships with more than 20 teams and conferences. DIRECTV Sports Networks is a controlled subsidiary of DIRECTV, the world's most popular television service.
2013 ROOT SPORTS™ Colorado Rockies Spring Training Schedule
(All Games Listed as MST and Subject to Change)
Day Date Opponent Time
Monday March 4 at Mariners 1 p.m.
Friday March 8 Royals 7 p.m.
Sunday March 10 Dodgers 2 p.m.
Sunday March 24 at Brewers 2 p.m.
Monday March 25 Indians 8 p.m.
Saturday March 30 vs. Mariners (Salt Lake City) 1 p.m.
2013 ROOT SPORTS™ Colorado Rockies Regular Season Schedule
(All Games Listed as MST and Subject to Change)
Date Day Opponent Time
Monday April 1 at Milwaukee Noon
Tuesday April 2 at Milwaukee 6 p.m.
Wednesday April 3 at Milwaukee 6 p.m.
Friday April 5 San Diego 2 p.m.
Saturday April 6 San Diego 6 p.m.
Sunday April 7 San Diego 2 p.m.
Monday April 8 at San Francisco 8 p.m.
Tuesday April 9 at San Francisco 8 p.m.
Wednesday April 10 at San Francisco 1:30 p.m.
Friday April 12 at San Diego 8 p.m.
Saturday April 13 at San Diego 6:30 p.m.
Sunday April 14 at San Diego 2 p.m.
Monday April 15 New York Mets 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday April 16 New York Mets 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday April 17 New York Mets 6:30 p.m.
Friday April 19 Arizona 6:30 p.m.
Saturday April 20 Arizona 6 p.m.
Sunday April 21 Arizona 2 p.m.
Monday April 22 Atlanta 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday April 23 Atlanta 6:30 p.m.
Thursday April 25 at Arizona 7:30 p.m.
Friday April 26 at Arizona 7:30 p.m.
Saturday April 27 at Arizona 6 p.m.
Sunday April 28 at Arizona 2 p.m.
Monday April 29 at Los Angeles Dodgers 8 p.m.
Tuesday April 30 at Los Angeles Dodgers 8 p.m.
Wednesday May 1 at Los Angeles Dodgers 8 p.m.
Friday May 3 Tampa Bay 6:30 p.m.
Saturday May 4 Tampa Bay 6 p.m.
Sunday May 5 Tampa Bay 2 p.m.
Tuesday May 7 New York Yankees 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday May 8 New York Yankees 6:30 p.m.
Thursday May 9 New York Yankees 1 p.m.
Friday May 10 at St. Louis 6 p.m.
Saturday May 11 at St. Louis Noon
Sunday May 12 at St. Louis Noon
Monday May 13 at Chicago Cubs 6 p.m.
Tuesday May 14 at Chicago Cubs 6 p.m.
Wednesday May 15 at Chicago Cubs 6 p.m.
Thursday May 16 San Francisco 6:30 p.m.
Friday May 17 San Francisco 6:30 p.m.
Saturday May 18 San Francisco 6 p.m.
Sunday May 19 San Francisco 2 p.m.
Monday May 20 Arizona 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday May 21 Arizona 6:30 p.m.
Friday May 24 at San Francisco 8 p.m.
Saturday May 25 at San Francisco 2 p.m.
Sunday May 26 at San Francisco 2 p.m.
Monday May 27 at Houston Noon
Wednesday May 29 Houston 6:30 p.m.
Thursday May 30 Houston 6:30 p.m.
Friday May 31 Los Angeles Dodgers 6:30 p.m.
Saturday June 1 Los Angeles Dodgers 2 p.m.
Sunday June 2 Los Angeles Dodgers 2 p.m.
Monday June 3 at Cincinnati 5 p.m.
Tuesday June 4 at Cincinnati 5 p.m.
Wednesday June 5 at Cincinnati 5 p.m.
Thursday June 6 San Diego 6:30 p.m.
Friday June 7 San Diego 6:30 p.m.
Sunday June 9 San Diego 2 p.m.
Tuesday June 11 Washington 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday June 12 Washington 6:30 p.m.
Friday June 14 Philadelphia 6:30 p.m.
Saturday June 15 Philadelphia 2 p.m.
Sunday June 16 Philadelphia 2 p.m.
Monday June 17 at Toronto 5 p.m.
Tuesday June 18 at Toronto 5 p.m.
Wednesday June 19 at Toronto 5 p.m.
Thursday June 20 at Washington 5 p.m.
Friday June 21 at Washington 5 p.m.
Saturday June 22 at Washington 10 a.m.
Sunday June 23 at Washington 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday June 25 at Boston 5 p.m.
Wednesday June 26 at Boston 2 p.m.
Friday June 28 San Francisco 6:30 p.m.
Saturday June 29 San Francisco 2 p.m.
Sunday June 30 San Francisco 2 p.m.
Tuesday July 2 Los Angeles Dodgers 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday July 3 Los Angeles Dodgers 6 p.m.
Thursday July 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 6 p.m.
Friday July 5 at Arizona 7:30 p.m.
Saturday July 6 at Arizona 8 p.m.
Sunday July 7 at Arizona 2 p.m.
Monday July 8 at San Diego 8 p.m.
Tuesday July 9 at San Diego 8 p.m.
Wednesday July 10 at San Diego 8 p.m.
Thursday July 11 at Los Angeles Dodgers 8 p.m.
Friday July 12 at Los Angeles Dodgers 8 p.m.
Sunday July 14 at Los Angeles Dodgers 2 p.m.
Friday July 19 Chicago Cubs 6:30 p.m.
Saturday July 20 Chicago Cubs 6 p.m.
Sunday July 21 Chicago Cubs 2 p.m.
Monday July 22 Miami 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday July 23 Miami 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday July 24 Miami 6:30 p.m.
Friday July 26 Milwaukee 6:30 p.m.
Saturday July 27 Milwaukee 6 p.m.
Sunday July 28 Milwaukee 2 p.m.
Monday July 29 at Atlanta 5 p.m.
Tuesday July 30 at Atlanta 5 p.m.
Wednesday July 31 at Atlanta 5 p.m.
Thursday August 1 at Atlanta 5 p.m.
Friday August 2 at Pittsburgh 5 p.m.
Saturday August 3 at Pittsburgh 5 p.m.
Sunday August 4 at Pittsburgh 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday August 6 at New York Mets 5 p.m.
Wednesday August 7 at New York Mets 5 p.m.
Friday August 9 Pittsburgh 6:30 p.m.
Saturday August 10 Pittsburgh 6 p.m.
Sunday August 11 Pittsburgh 2 p.m.
Monday August 12 San Diego 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday August 13 San Diego 6:30 p.m.
Friday August 16 at Baltimore 5 p.m.
Saturday August 17 at Baltimore 5 p.m.
Sunday August 18 at Baltimore 11:30 a.m.
Monday August 19 at Philadelphia 5 p.m.
Tuesday August 20 at Philadelphia 5 p.m.
Wednesday August 21 at Philadelphia 5 p.m.
Thursday August 22 at Philadelphia 5 p.m.
Friday August 23 at Miami 5 p.m.
Saturday August 24 at Miami 5 p.m.
Sunday August 25 at Miami 11 a.m.
Monday August 26 San Francisco 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday August 27 San Francisco 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday August 28 San Francisco 6:30 p.m.
Friday August 30 Cincinnati 6:30 p.m.
Saturday August 31 Cincinnati 6 p.m.
Sunday September 1 Cincinnati 2 p.m.
Monday September 2 Los Angeles Dodgers 2 p.m.
Tuesday September 3 Los Angeles Dodgers 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday September 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 6:30 p.m.
Friday September 6 at San Diego 8 p.m.
Saturday September 7 at San Diego 6:30 p.m.
Sunday September 8 at San Diego 2 p.m.
Monday September 9 at San Francisco 8 p.m.
Tuesday September 10 at San Francisco 8 p.m.
Friday September 13 at Arizona 7:30 p.m.
Saturday September 14 at Arizona 6 p.m.
Sunday September 15 at Arizona 2 p.m.
Monday September 16 St. Louis 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday September 17 St. Louis 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday September 18 St. Louis 6:30 p.m.
Friday September 20 Arizona 6 p.m.
Saturday September 21 Arizona 6 p.m.
Sunday September 22 Arizona 2 p.m.
Tuesday September 24 Boston 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday September 25 Boston 6:30 p.m.
Friday September 27 at Los Angeles Dodgers 8 p.m.
Saturday September 28 at Los Angeles Dodgers TBD
Sunday September 29 at Los Angeles Dodgers 2 p.m.
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