‘Road to Wrigley’ minor league whiparound show to air Thursday
- ‘Road to Wrigley’ airs Thursday, September 15 at 6:30 PM CT, showcasing multiple live minor league games simultaneously
- Single-A Myrtle Beach and Single-A South Bend featured in postseason action, plus live coverage from Triple-A Iowa and Double-A Tennessee
- Whiparound-style broadcast features Marquee’s Elise Menaker and Lance Brozdowski, plus MLB Pipeline’s Jim Callis
For Immediate Release / September 14, 2022
Marquee Sports Network this Thursday, September 15 is airing another edition of its first-of-its-kind minor league baseball whiparound show, showcasing multiple live Cubs minor league broadcasts simultaneously. Airing live on Thursday at 6:30 PM CT, Road to Wrigley presented by Prevagen will feature live in-game look-ins from the Cubs minor league system, including concurrent split-screen feeds, plus highlights, analysis and breakdowns.
Hosted by Elise Menaker, Lance Brozdowski and Jim Callis, the trio will take fans inside the Cubs minor league system, breaking down the key at-bats and pivotal pitch sequences from all the top prospects, and providing game analysis as the action unfolds.
On Thursday’s broadcast, Road to Wrigley will provide coverage of all four full-season affiliates, focusing on two teams in the midst of a postseason run as Single-A Myrtle Beach hosts Charleston (game two of best-of-three series) and Single-A South Bend visits Cedar Rapids (game two of best-of-three series). Additionally, Double-A Tennessee visits Chattanooga and Triple-A Iowa hosts Memphis.
Thursday’s episode marks the fourth edition of Road to Wrigley, previously airing on July 15, August 12 and August 25.
For more information on these unique Road to Wrigley shows, check out this article from Sports Video Group: Marquee Sports Network Dives Into Cubs’ Farm System With Road to Wrigley Whiparound Show
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