Colorado Rockies and AT&T SportsNet Announce 2019 Broadcast Schedule

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DENVER – The Colorado Rockies and AT&T SportsNet announced today the network’s 2019 Colorado Rockies telecast schedule. The network will air 150 Rockies regular season games and six Spring Training games.

AT&T SportsNet Spring Training coverage begins Friday, March 15 with a matchup against the Kansas City Royals at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick and ends with the Rockies exhibition game against the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes at Isotopes Field on March 25.

In preparation for the 2019 regular season, AT&T SportsNet will air a 16-hour Rockies Rewind marathon starting on March 27 at 2 p.m., featuring the best eight games from the 2018 season.

Regular season coverage begins on Opening Day, Thursday, March 28, when the Rockies travel to Miami, Fla., to face the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park. Pregame coverage on Opening Day will begin at 1 p.m. MDT, followed by first pitch at 2:10 p.m. MDT. There will also be a special one-hour pregame show beginning at 1 p.m. prior to the Rockies’ Home Opener against the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 5.

The Club presented by Southwest Airlines, a 30-minute weekly Emmy Award winning show, will return for the 2019 season. The show offers fans a behind-the-scenes view of the players and front office, in addition to covering milestones of the week and the stories behind them. The Club presented by Southwest Airlines will air Sundays after the Toyota Postgame Show throughout the season.

Rockies Double Play, which provides all the highlights from the previous game in just 30 minutes, will also return for the 2019 season and airs 30 minutes prior to each Rockies Pregame report.

AT&T SportsNet will bring back many familiar faces to Rockies telecasts in 2019. Drew Goodman, 13-time Colorado Sportscaster of the Year, enters his 18th season as the Rockies play-by-play announcer. He will be joined in the booth by Jeff Huson, who returns for his 14th season broadcasting Rockies baseball, Jenny Cavnar, who in 2018 became the first woman since 1993 to do play-by-play on a big league broadcast, and former Rockies outfielders Ryan Spilborghs and Cory Sullivan. All four will also provide analysis on the Rockies Pregame Report and the Toyota Postgame Show throughout the season. Colorado native Taylor McGregor will also return for her second season as the sideline reporter for the network.