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All 162 regular-season games will be televised

All 162 of the Phillies' regular-season games will be televised in 2011.

All 162 regular-season games will be televised

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All 162 of the Phillies' regular-season games will be televised in 2011.

A total of 103 games will be shown by Comcast SportsNet and the station's sister network -- The Comcast Network -- will televise three games in April.

MyPHL17 will televise 45 games, including the season opener April 1 against the Houston Astros.

ESPN will televise the Phillies' twice on Sunday night baseball in May -- May 1 against the New York Mets and May 8 against Atlanta. The remaining nine games will be broadcast nationally by Fox 29.

Which young Phillie is poised to have a big spring?
Domonic Brown
 
  481 (50.8%)
Drew Carpenter
 
  18 (1.9%)
John Mayberry
 
  160 (16.9%)
Matt Rizzotti
 
  78 (8.2%)
Vance Worley
 
  209 (22.1%)
Total votes = 946

Here is the schedule for the Fox games:

April: 9 at Atlanta, 30 vs. N.Y. Mets

May: 21 vs. Texas, 28 at N.Y. Mets

June: 11 vs. Chicago Cubs

July: 9 vs. Atlanta, 16 at N.Y. Mets, 23 vs. San Diego

Aug: 6 at San Francisco.

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