Found March 03, 2013 on Sox and Dawgs:
The Boston Red Sox return to NESN as their lone local television outlet for the eighth consecutive season and as a broadcaster of televised Red Sox baseball in New England for the 30th year in a row in 2013.  And like they have since 2001, Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy will bring you all the Red Sox action and will be joined by field reporters, Jenny Dell and Jamie Erdahl. Red Sox baseball on NESN actually starts with a two half hour pregame shows Red Sox 1st Pitch airs 60 minutes prior to the game and Red Sox Game Day Live airs 30 minutes prior to the game.  Both are hosted by Tom Caron with a crew of rotating analysts that include Hall of Fame writer Peter Gammons, Hall of Fame players Jim Rice and Dennis Eckersley and former Red Sox Matt Stairs.  It also includes segments with Boston Globe writers and Red Sox game analyst Jerry Remy.  The broadcasts conclude with a pair of post game shows "Extra Innings Live" and "Red Sox Final" also hosted by the same cast o...
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