The Cincinnati Reds will host your Philadelphia Phillies on Monday afternoon. Here is how to watch this Opening Day game online.
Another season of Phillies baseball is set for Monday in Cincinnati where Philadelphia hopes to break a trend of opening day losses.
Once again for those in the Lehigh Valley area, the Phillies can be found on Comcast SportsNet with Tom McCarthy and Ben Davis returning, and the regular season debut of color analyst John Kruk.
Fans can tune into 94 WIP for the always entertaining Scott Franzke and Larry Anderson over the radio waves if they catch themselves out of the house Monday afternoon.
For those outside of the Philadelphia and Cincinnati markets, the game can be watched on MLB.tv with a subscription. During the offseason, Comcast SportsNet announced their cable subscribers could stream the games online at no additional charge.
Date: April 3, 2017
First Pitch: 4:10 pm ET
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Stadium: Great American Ballpark
Pitchers: Jeremy Hellickson (12-10, 3.71 ERA) vs. Scott Feldman (7-4, 3.97 ERA)
Radio Station: 94 WIP (Phillies), WLW 700 (Reds)
TV Channel: Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, Fox Sports Ohio
Live Stream: MLB.tv, CSN Philly
Fans going to the game are advised to bring rain gear, as a storm will be entering the Cincinnati area prior to the first pitch.
Here’s a look at the latest weather forecast for Phillies and Reds opening day.
Hopefully, this storm does not rain on the opening day festivities in Cincinnati and a full nine innings can be completed in a timely fashion.
Philadelphia has lost three of their last five opening days, including a 6-2 loss in Cincinnati last season with Hellickson on the mound.