Bally Sports Southwest, the network home of the World Series Champion Texas Rangers, is scheduled to produce and broadcast 150 Rangers games during the 2024 Major League Baseball season.

Every game except select national broadcasts will air on Bally Sports Southwest or Bally Sports Southwest Extra for fans within the region, and those games will also stream in the Bally Sports app when viewers sign in and authenticate through their pay-TV provider.

Bally Sports’ regular-season coverage begins on Saturday, March 30, when the Rangers play host to the Chicago Cubs at Globe Life Field.

A special hour-long Rangers Live pregame show will begin at 5 p.m. (CT), getting fans ready for first pitch at 6:05 p.m.

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Other games on Bally Sports will be preceded by a half-hour pregame show, and all will be followed by Rangers Live postgame coverage featuring highlights, interviews, and analysis.

Dave Raymond returns for his eighth season as lead television play-by-play voice of Rangers baseball. Jared Sandler, who enters his 10th year as a member of the Rangers’ radio broadcast team, will handle TV play-by-play duties for select games.

Former Rangers pitcher Mike Bacsik Jr. (2nd year), outfielder David Murphy (6th year), and catcher Dave Valle (3rd year) will split in-game analyst duties for the majority of the broadcasts. Emily Jones and Lesley McCaslin return as in-game reporters, and Robby Incmikoski joins the broadcast team as a host and reporter after spending 11 seasons in that role on Pittsburgh Pirates telecasts.

McCaslin, Incmikoski, Madison Hock, and Dana Larson will host the pregame and postgame coverage. Former Rangers second baseman Mark McLemore, along with Bacsik and Murphy, will return as an analyst.

Hock also returns as host of Rangers Insider, a biweekly all-access show on Bally Sports featuring exclusive, behind-the-scenes insights and stories, giving fans greater access to the team. A season preview episode of Rangers Insider will premiere this Friday, March 22, at 6 p.m.

Bally Sports Southwest’s Rangers broadcasts are available across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas, plus portions of New Mexico. Fans can tune in through cable providers, including Charter Spectrum, Comcast Xfinity, and Cox, among others, or via satellite with DirecTV or streaming TV providers such as DirecTV Stream and Fubo.

All of the network’s Rangers programming will also stream on the Bally Sports app and at when fans sign in and authenticate through their pay-TV provider.
The Bally Sports app is available for download on most iOS devices, Android devices, Windows PCs, and tablets. The app is also available on several TV and connected-device platforms; click here for a complete list.

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