— FOX Sports Ohio (@FOXSportsOH) February 28, 2018
You know, when I was growing up, I felt lucky to watch any Cincinnati Reds game I could find. I’m not that old — really, I’m not! — but it wasn’t that long ago when we couldn’t watch many Reds games at all. The last few years, Fox Sports Ohio has broadcast 145 games, and I always thought that was an impossibly large number of games available to me, compared to what I had grown up with.
For the first time, in 2018, every single Reds game will be broadcast on television:
FOX Sports Ohio is excited to announce it will broadcast all 162 Cincinnati Reds games for the 2018 season. A complete schedule can be found at Reds.com.
Play-by-play announcers Thom Brennaman, Jim Day, and George Grande, and color analysts Chris Welsh and Jeff Brantley will be in the booth this season to call all the action. Day, Jeff Piecoro, Brian Giesenschlag, Dan Hoard and Sam LeCure will all play a role in the networkÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s pregame and postgame coverage as well as in-game reporting.
The network will kick off the regular season with special coverage of Opening Day beginning at 12 noon on Thursday, March 29th. Programming details for Opening Day are forthcoming.
In addition to covering all live games, FOX Sports Ohio will have comprehensive coverage of the Reds with the return of Reds Live. The pregame edition, presented by Ray St. Clair Roofing, will provide fans with commentary, features, and in-depth pregame coverage of the Reds 30 minutes prior to every game telecast. Immediately following the final out of each game, the post-game edition, presented by Performance Kings Honda, will feature highlights, player interviews and analysis.
Life is good. And presumably, all of the Reds’ 2018 post-season games (World Series, here we come!) will be broadcast on television, as well.