Play ball: Comcast Hometown Network to show 40 live baseball games

Tue, 03/23/2010 - 8:10am
Mike Robuck

Comcast Hometown Network, which is Comcast’s regional cable network that covers northern and central California, will televise 40 live minor league baseball games from the California League this season.

 The games will be available to all Comcast digital cable customers throughout northern and central California.  The telecasts will start on April 12

"Comcast Hometown Network is thrilled to double our coverage of California League baseball this year to 40 games," said Jeff Giles, Director of Comcast Hometown Network. "The exciting brand of baseball played by the California League teams is a key ingredient for Comcast Hometown Network as we provide compelling, community-based regional programming to Northern and Central California."

The games will also be available on Comcast’s on demand platform.

The California League is a Class A minor baseball league that operates throughout the state of California. The league is comprised of 10 teams that are affiliated with Major League Baseball, including the San Francisco Giants and the Oakland Athletics.

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