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01/30/2003 08:43 am ET 
Blue Jays announce 2003 television schedule


The TORONTO BLUE JAYS have partnered with ROGERS SPORTSNET and TSN to broadcast 145 games during the 2003 season.

Rogers Sportsnet, Canada's only 24-hour regional sports broadcaster, will broadcast 120 games this season. Rob Faulds calls play-by-play, while former Blue Jay pitcher John Cerutti handles the analysis on the majority of games. Tom Candiotti, another former Blue Jay, will be the analyst on games for which Cerutti is unavailable.

Sportsnet is in the second year of a three-year contract with the Blue Jays and has maximized the number of games it can broadcast under the current agreement. Sportsnet will also broadcast three spring training games, Saturday March 8 in Dunedin vs. Tampa Bay, Saturday March 15 from Dunedin vs. the New York Yankees and Sunday, March 16 from Sarasota against the Cincinnati Reds.

TSN, also in the second year of a three-year contract, will broadcast 25 games this season. Rod Black will return to call the play-by-play as will Pat Tabler, who will provide colour commentary.

The remaining 17 games will be available via a webcast in either an audio or video format. All video webcasts will also be included in the Major League Extra Innings package on Rogers Digital Cable. To order the Major League Baseball Extra Innings on Rogers Digital Cable, please call 416-448-7333.



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