The Cardinals have announced that fans will be able to catch 29 of the club’s 30 spring training contests on either Bally Sports Midwest, KMOX 1120 AM/Cardinals Radio Network affiliates or streaming via the MLB app or cardinals.com.
Bally Sports Midwest will televise 15 Spring Training contests in 2023, the most since 2019. The television home of the Cardinals kicks off its live game coverage with the Spring Training opener vs. the Washington Nationals on Saturday, February 25, at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium at noon CT. Each of Bally Sports Midwest’s telecasts will also be streamed live on the Bally Sports app and BallySports.com, and most afternoon games will be replayed in prime time. New Cardinals television play-by-play announcer Chip Caray will call the action alongside Brad Thompson and Jim Edmonds.
The team’s flagship radio station KMOX 1120 AM will broadcast 15 spring games with John Rooney, Ricky Horton and Mike Claiborne behind the microphone. The radio schedule also begins on Saturday, February 25, vs. Washington. The Spring Training opener will also be broadcast by Cardinals Spanish Radio announcers Polo Ascencio and Bengie Molina on WIJR 880 AM, the first spring Spanish radio broadcast in team history. Cardinals Spring Training games will also be carried on the 146 Cardinals Radio Network affiliate stations. Fans are encouraged to check their local listings for details. An additional nine contests will be streamed via cardinals.com and the MLB app featuring play-by-by and commentary from a combination of KMOX broadcasters Mike Claiborne, Tom Ackerman, and Matt Pauley.
Additional Cardinals spring contests may be televised or broadcast by opposing teams and be available for streaming via the MLB app, MLB.TV, or cardinals.com.
For more information on Spring Training and the Cardinals broadcast partners, visit cardinals.com/springtraining, cardinals.com/radio or cardinals.com/tv. The Cardinals 2023 Spring Training broadcast schedule follows: