News Bites for January 31, 2015

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(h/t channelguidemagblog.com)

Serie del Caribe: Caribbean World Series 2015 TV schedule. All thirteen games will air in Spanish only on ESPN Deportes starting February 2, although ESPNDeportes.com launched a microsite in advance of the tournament this past Wednesday, January 28.  Coverage will be provided by “Caribbean Baseball Hall of Famer Candy Maldonado, and baseball experts Ernesto Jerez, Luis Alfredo Alvarez, Carolina Guillen, Enrique Rojas, Guillermo Celis, Eitan Benezra and Jorge Eduardo Sanchez”.

Bobby Ojeda splits with SNY as sides fail to agree on new contract. Even though Ojeda was said to have “absolutely wanted to” return, a agreement could not be reached between the two sides.

Baseball Scheduled for Four Games on National Television. The  University of Cincinnati will air two on SEC Network + on February 13 and 14, and on SEC Network on March 10 and 25.

Rome Braves games to be broadcast on 99.5 the Jock. Starting with the April 9 season opener, all 140 games will be handled by Kevin Karel on play-by-play and Charlie Johnson on color.

UCF Announces 2015 Baseball Radio Schedule. The University of Central Florida will air 28 home and away games on Orlando’s 740 The Game, anchored by Marc Daniels.

MANY HAPPY RETURNS, UECK. Even at age 81, Bob Uecker looks to be in good enough shape to get up to his seats “in the front ro-o-o-ow”.

Twins announce Spring Training broadcast schedule. Twelve games will be televised on Fox Sports North starting March 4, and 18 games will be carried on radio on twinsbaseball.com, with 14 of them also airing on Go 96.3 in the Twin Cities.

Baseball and Softball Added to Bear Sports Network. Twenty-five Washington University baseball contests (and sixteen softball tilts) will stream live on bearsports.wustl.edu, beginning February 24.  Matt Schumaker will fly solo in the booth on the baseball side.

Bulldog broadcast schedule set for 2015 baseball season. The Cumberland University Bulldogs will air 29 of their 55 games split between WANT 98.9 FM and WCOR 1490 AM beginning February 28.  The remaining 26 games will stream on the Internet only.

MLB Veterans Join Baseball Broadcast Crew. Oklahoma University will benefit from the insights of George Frazier and Mickey Tettleton on the 21 games being aired by the Sooner Sports TV network across four FOX RSNs.  They will split color duties in support of play-by-play announcer Chad McKee.

LCU Baseball Online Broadcasts are Back.  All Lubbock Christian games will be broadcast “in some form”, although all those forms will be exclusively online.