Found March 20, 2013 on Fox Sports San Diego:
FOX SPORTS SAN DIEGO TO PRODUCE MORE SPANISH-LANGUAGE PADRES TELECASTS THAN EVER BEFORE75-Game Schedule to be Called by Returning Broadcast Team Ortega and HernandezGames Will Be Available on Cox Cable San Diego FOX Sports San Diego (FSSD), in partnership with the San Diego Padres, today announced the 2013 San Diego Padres Spanish-language schedule on FOX Deportes San Diego featuring more Spanish-language telecasts than ever before.The schedule includes 75 total Spanish-language telecasts, 25 more than were produced in 2012. All Spanish-language telecasts offered on FOX Deportes San Diego will feature the returning announcing team of Eduardo Ortega providing play-by-play and former Padres catcher Carlos Hernandez delivering expert analysis. The 2013 Spanish-language telecast schedule begins Wednesday, April 10 at 7:00 PM PST as the Padres face the Los Angeles Dodgers at home. Highlights include the New York Yankees on August 2 - 4 and the Chicago Cubs on August 23 25. Spanish-language telecasts on FOX Deportes San Diego can be seen on Cox Cable in San Diego and Las Vegas.We are pleased to enhance our complement of Spanish-language telecasts this season and look forward to further serving the Hispanic Padres fans in the San Diego community, said Henry Ford, Senior Vice President and General Manager, FOX Sports San Diego.For more information, including a link to the 2013 San Diego Padres Spanish broadcast schedule on FOX Deportes San Diego, click on the following link.2013 San Diego Padres Spanish-Language Broadcast ScheduleFor availability of FOX Deportes San Diego on Cox Cable in your area and for specific channel locations, click here.
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