Marquee Sports Network announces Spring Training broadcast schedule
Marquee to air 30 Cubs Spring Training games;
‘Cubs 360’ to air live nightly shows beginning Monday, February 13
February 22, 2023 (Updated March 10)
CHICAGO – Marquee Sports Network today announced its Spring Training broadcast schedule and additional Spring coverage, highlighted by nightly episodes of Cubs 360 presented by Miller Lite from Mesa, Arizona.
Cubs 360 will air nightly 30-minute shows beginning on Monday, February 13 and continuing through Saturday, February 25, including highlights from camp and exclusive interviews with Cubs personnel. Marquee’s Spring Training game broadcast schedule kicks off with the Cubs Spring opener, February 25 vs. San Francisco (2 p.m. CT).
All told, 31 of the 33 Cubs Spring games will air on Marquee Sports Network with the only exceptions being two Split Squad games. The full Chicago Cubs Spring Training television schedule is below.
Marquee Sports Network enters its fourth Cubs season since launching in February of 2020. The network has received 24 Chicago/Midwest Emmy Nominations, including Emmy awards for outstanding live game broadcast, outstanding live sports program show (Cubs Live!), outstanding sports documentary (Fergie Jenkins, Harry Caray) and outstanding sports interview/discussion show (Class is in Session)
ABOUT MARQUEE SPORTS NETWORK: In partnership with the Chicago Cubs and Sinclair Broadcast Group (Nasdaq: SBGI), Marquee Sports Network brings together one of the most iconic sports franchises in the country with one of the largest television broadcasting companies to deliver unparalleled Cubs coverage, as well as additional local live sporting events, including Chicago Sky games, and original programming. Nominated for 24 Chicago/Midwest Regional Emmy Awards, Marquee Sports Network is available on more than 50 cable providers within the Cubs home television territory, as well as streaming platforms DIRECTV STREAM and fuboTV, and is also available nationally on DirecTV and fuboTV (excludes live game programming). For more information, visit marqueesportsnetwork.com/about.