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Four Oakland A's spring training games televised live this week of March 23-29

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How to watch or listen to Athletics spring training games online. What radio station are Oakland A's spring training games on? What is the broadcast schedule for Oakland A's games?

Sonny Gray is on turn to pitch against the Brewers on Wednesday.
Sonny Gray is on turn to pitch against the Brewers on Wednesday.
Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

It is a big week for televised A's spring baseball with the Athletics on live television four out of seven games.

Date First Pitch (PT) Television Radio
at Indians Monday, March 23 1:05 PM MLB Network (LIVE) MLB.com
vs Cubs Tuesday, March 24 1:05 PM MLB.com
at Brewers Wednesday, March 25 1:05 PM MLB Network (LIVE) MLB.com
at Giants Thursday, March 26 7:05 PM CSN Bay Area 95.7/KNBR
vs Rangers Friday, March 27 1:05 PM MLB.com
at White Sox Saturday, March 28 1:05 PM MLB Network (LIVE) 95.7
vs Brewers Sunday, March 29 1:05 PM 95.7

Athletics Nation member LoneStranger has made a handy 8.5x11 spring broadcast schedule which you can download.

Thursday's game against the Giants is a night game from Scottsdale Stadium broadcast with the Giants crew on television and with 95.7 the Game. There have not been any updates about Ken Korach's status for returning to action, though he did join the broadcast for an inning a couple weeks ago with the A's played the Cubs at Korach's hometown of Las Vegas.

How to listen to or watch games, generally

For televised games, it is simple enough. Subscribe to MLB.TV for $20 or $25 a month and you can watch any of the games televised by some television network. If you do not want to do that, there are nine more live games being played on one of the Comcast Sportsnet regional channels or on MLB Network, and five more games on an MLB Network tape delay.

For radio coverage, most weekday games will be covered on MLB.com for free on non-mobile devices with Donny Baarns, the voice of the Visalia Rawhide, on the microphone. To access those games, visit athletics.com and click the headphones or "Listen" button on today's game. If for some reason you get kicked to a screen insisting you buy a subscription, try opening Gameday instead and listening through the "Audio" menu on that screen. You will need to create an mlb.com account, but you should not have to pay for the MLB.com games.

On a mobile device, you will have to buy an MLB At Bat subscription.

Weekend games on 95.7 or games otherwise covered by a terrestrial radio service will not be free, but require an MLB At Bat/Gameday Audio subscription.