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More Fox Primetime Baseball set for 2011

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#1 OFFLINE   DCSholtis


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Posted 14 February 2011 - 01:37 PM


In Fox MLB scheduling to be formally announced today, the network has three consecutive Saturday nights of regionalized coverage: May 14, which will feature Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees; May 21, with New York Mets-Yankees; and May 28, with six games — the most MLB games for Fox in a single TV window.
Fox's Saturday afternoon coverage typically features three games. But those six prime-time games May 28, says Fox Sports President Eric Shanks, "will event-ize it."
"This is going back to the days of Baseball Night in America on the Baseball Network," Shanks says, referring to a joint venture involving MLB, NBC and ABC in 1994 and '95 that featured regionalized coverage with lots of games

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