For the sixth straight season, Fox College Sports will telecast a Cape Cod Baseball League Game of the Week to a national audience available to 60 million homes.
Beginning July 3 with Orleans Firebirds hosting the Falmouth Commodores, FCS Atlantic and USA World Events will produce a live nine-game TV package, in cooperation with the CCBL, which includes eight mid-week regular season games and CCBL All-Star Game live from Whitehouse Field, Sunday, July 22 at 6 p.m.
Handling play-by-play is Eric Frede, while former Red Sox and Phillies relief pitcher Ken Ryan will be color analyst. Each home team will provide one broadcast intern to assist with the announcers.
For the ninth straight season, Sports Radio 96.3 WEEI Cape Cod will broadcast a Cape League Sunday Night Baseball Game of the Week, beginning with Yarmouth-Dennis at Cotuit, June 17 at 2 p.m. in first game of a 7-inning doubleheader.
Larry Egan and John Garner, who called games in 2002 on Cool 102, 2003-06 on PIXY 103 and 2008-09 on 95.1 WXTK, return as broadcasting duo for WEEI Cape Cod, the All-Sports radio station which also carries Red Sox, Celtics, sports talk radio and ESPN radio. Jillian Cahoon (BU) will add out-of-town scores and calls to the bullpen.
Along with being televised on Fox, the CCBL All-Star Game in Harwich will be broadcast on WCAI and the Cape and islands NPR stations (90.1, 91.1, 94.3 FM).
Cape League Updates with Jacob Tobey (Suffolk) and Cahoon (Fairfield) on 95.1 WXTK every weekday morning during newscasts with Walt Perkins, while Kyla Costa will provide Cape League Reports on 99.9 WQRC Monday-Friday morning during newscasts with Matt Pitta and Matt McCarthy.
All Cape Cod Baseball League regular season and playoff games are web-cast by team internet broadcasters.To access team broadcasts, go to www.capecodbaseball.org