Fox Sports Ohio announced their Cincinnati Reds spring training television broadcast schedule for 2021. It’s a thin schedule this year that will only feature four televised games. MLB Network, however, will supplement a few additional games along the way. Fox Sports Ohio usually has around 10 games in the spring, unlike some of their counterparts who will do all of the spring training games. This year things are still a bit different with how companies are choosing to operate due to COVID-19 protocols.

Here’s what the current spring training television broadcast schedule looks like:

Date Time (ET) Station Opponent Broadcast
3/2 8pm MLB Network Los Angeles Angels Angels
3/3 8pm MLB Network Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers
3/5 8pm FS Ohio Arizona D’Backs Reds
3/7 3pm FS Ohio San Francisco Giants Reds
3/9 8pm MLB Network Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers
3/10 3pm FS Ohio Kansas City Royals Reds
3/12 11pm* MLB Network Seattle Mariners Mariners
3/15 4pm FS Ohio/MLBN Los Angeles Angels Angels
3/18 3am* MLB Network Cleveland Cleveland
3/22 12am* MLB Network Chicago Cubs Cubs
* Denotes the game is not live and is on tape delay*

This schedule has been updated through the end of spring training. The original publication was only for games on MLB Network through March 8th. Now the schedule is through the end of the spring and this should be the final version of the updates as all teams in Major League Baseball have announced their television broadcast schedules. This new and updated schedule gives Reds fans the opportunity to watch up to 10 games between broadcasts on Fox Sports Ohio and MLB Network. The games should also be available on MLB.tv if you are a subscriber.

This post will be added to if and when more games are added to the MLB Network schedule. For now, if you would like to see the entire schedule for games on MLB Network, you can see it right here.

5 Responses

  1. Debbie

    Thanks for the info I trust your information and respect what you have to
    say about my Red’s. Looking forward to Red’s Baseball!!

  2. renbutler

    It should be noted that if a game is available on FS Ohio, it would not be carried in Reds territory on MLBN. So if MLBN picks up the games on the 10th or 15th, they will be blacked out on MLBN in Reds territory. That stinks for those of us who have Dish and other providers who no longer offer FS Ohio.

  3. doofus

    So that is where my old B&W TV went.

  4. Timbo

    Six (6) games?
    That’s it?
    4 FoxSportsOhio
    and 2 MLB?
    What?

    Don’t the Reds have a new television announcer this year – and wouldn’t you think he’d be on more than just a couple of times before the regular season begins?

    • Doug Gray

      There will only be 4 FS Ohio games, and only three of them are being done by FS Ohio – they’re just broadcasting one of the road games with the road team crew.

      MLB Network, however, has only updated their schedule through this Monday. There could be more games coming from them, but we just don’t know yet.