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Rock Cats renew radio package


NEW BRITAIN — For the third consecutive season, Fox Sports Radio 1410 will serve as its flagship radio station for the New Britain Rock Cats. The Hartford-based outlet will broadcast all 71 home games live, both afternoon and evening broadcasts. All 142 games will be streamed on-line on www.foxsportsradio1410.com and aired in high definition on ESPN 97.9 HD-2.

Road games will again be aired on WMRD AM 1150 (Middletown) and WLIS AM 1420 (Old Saybrook).

Radio voice Jeff Dooley, the longest tenured broadcaster in the Eastern League, returns for his 17th season calling Rock Cats baseball. Dooley will also provide reports on the Rock Cats each morning on Fox Sports Radio 1410 and WMRD/WLIS.

The Rock Cats, Double-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, opened the season Thursday night at home against the Richmond Flying Squirrels. The series with San Francisco’s Eastern League affiliate continues at New Britain Stadium through Sunday.



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