How to watch Phillies spring training games, full TV schedule

Spring training is right around the corner, and the full schedule of televised Phillies games is now available.
Philadelphia Phillies spring training TV schedule is available for televised home games at BayCare Ballpark
Philadelphia Phillies spring training TV schedule is available for televised home games at BayCare Ballpark / Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports
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Don't look now, but Philadelphia Phillies pitchers and catchers report in just under two weeks. Position players must report a week after that, and then the first spring training game occurs on Feb. 24. The Phillies' first home Grapefruit League spring training game on Feb. 25 will be televised along with twelve others throughout February and March.

Here is the full list of televised games and how to watch:
Sunday, Feb. 25 vs. New York Yankees, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP
Wednesday, Feb. 28 vs. Atlanta Braves, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Saturday, Mar. 2 vs. Minnesota Twins, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP
Tuesday, Mar. 5 vs. Baltimore Orioles, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Friday, Mar. 8 vs. Houston Astros, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Saturday, Mar. 9 vs. Toronto Blue Jays, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP
Monday, Mar. 11 vs. New York Yankees, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Wednesday, Mar. 13 vs. Detroit Tigers, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Sunday, Mar. 17 vs. Toronto Blue Jays, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP
Monday, Mar. 18 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Thursday, Mar. 21 vs. Tampa Bay Rays, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Friday, Mar. 22 vs. Detroit Tigers, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+
Sunday, Mar. 24 vs. Toronto Blue Jays, 1:05 p.m. ET, NBCSP+

The Phillies and NBC Sports Philadelphia typically only televise spring training home games at BayCare Ballpark in Clearwater, Florida. One notable game missing from the televised schedule is the recently added "Spring Breakout" Game that will feature some of baseball's best prospects. There is a chance that games could be added, or MLB Network will air some of the games.

Fans looking forward to Phillies spring training and the season ahead

Now that February is here and spring training is right around the corner, many baseball fanbases will be energized. While the games may not matter, just having the games televised again is enough to get fans ready for Opening Day. There's plenty to watch for this spring for the Phillies. Some bullpen and bench spots may be up for grabs, and it will also be interesting to see how some of the non-roster invitees perform in major league camp.

Phillies fans should be looking forward to the club reporting to Clearwater after a winter that seemed to drag on with the club largely quiet on the free agent market. The only big move up to this point was bringing back starting pitcher Aaron Nola on a seven-year $172 million deal. The front office didn't need to make a big splash in free agency as there are not many needs to fill.

Despite the slow offseason, spring training brings renewed excitement for baseball fans everywhere. For those in cold-weather states, just viewing scenes of warm weather can bring the feeling of baseball season ever closer. The wait is almost over, and in just a few short weeks, the sounds of gloves popping and bats cracking will bring joy to fans of the game.

Before you know it, Opening Day will be here and we'll be into the 2024 regular season!

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