As the Olympics wind down, MLB Network has announced its schedule of more than 200 Spring Training games, the most games ever for the 5-year-old network. Games begins Wednesday on MLB, now available in more than 70 million homes, and continue with at least one live game each day through March 29. The games include the National League champion St. Louis Cardinals at Washington Nationals March 9, World Series champion Boston Red Sox against the Tampa Bay Rays on March 10, and Detroit Tigers at New York Yankees on March 12. MediabistroTV went behind the scenes of MLB TV for our “Cubes” series. Take a look:
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