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Rays-Red Sox on the air

TBS: All games will be on TBS. Chip Carey will handle play-by-play with Buck Martinez and Ron Darling on analysis. Craig Sager will be the on-field reporter. TBS's studio show, Inside MLB, will start a half-hour before each game and also air after the game.

Bright House Sports Network: BHSN will air a half-hour show starting 90 minutes before each game. For Game 1 tonight, that's 7. Game 2's begins at 6:30 Saturday. The show will be co-hosted by Rock Riley and Tom Buehring with Fred McGriff on analysis. BHSN also will air a postgame show that begins immediately after each game. Former Rays pitcher Lance Carter will offer analysis.

Fox Sports Net: FSN will air a one-hour show starting one hour before each game. Rays TV announcers Dewayne Staats, Joe Magrane and Todd Kalas will host along with reports from Whit Watson. FSN also will air a postgame show that begins immediately after each game.

Rays-Red Sox on the air 10/09/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 9, 2008 11:08pm]
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