Here’s how to watch tonight’s very first Rocket City Trash Pandas game at Toyota Field
WAAY-31 and the Rocket City Trash Pandas are pleased to announce a multi-year partnership that will provide live broadcasts of the home games of the minor league baseball team to fans across northern Alabama.
WAAY-31, the official home of the Rocket City Trash Pandas, will broadcast all home games live from Toyota Field on WAAY-31’s new channel, This TV, now live on channel 31.6, on WOW! Cable channel 155 on Legacy, channel 46 on TV + from WOW and other systems to be announced.
This television is a nationwide network known for its classic programming of movies and television series.
The first pitch for the team’s first home opener at Toyota Field is scheduled for Tuesday, May 11 at 6:35 pm The game kicks off a six-game home stint for the Trash Pandas, the Double- affiliate. A Minor League of the Los Angeles Angels.
“With this deal, the Trash Pandas continue their efforts to raise the bar in Minor League Baseball,” said Lindsey Knupp, vice president of Trash Pandas. “We couldn’t be happier to partner with WAAY, our new home for Trash Pandas baseball. With all home games televised live on Live TV, participating cable companies and broadcast live on MiLB.TV, the Trash Pandas now enjoy the most extensive TV coverage in all of MiLB. “
Knupp added, “The show will be directed by our own Josh Caray, who will bring the energy and excitement of experiencing a LIVE Trash Pandas game to homes in northern Alabama.”
All 60 home games of the Trash Pandas’ inaugural season will be broadcast in high definition. The radio broadcasts can be heard on 730 AM and 103.9 FM The Ump, with Caray’s play-by-play calls also serving the television audience.
North Alabama’s ABC affiliate, WAAY-31, made the deal after a review of Major League Baseball. The new broadcast deal comes after the team’s inaugural season was delayed last summer by the Covid-19 pandemic.
“We are honored that WAAY-31 and This TV, the newest channel in our line, have been named the ‘official home of the Rocket City Trash pandas,’” said Mike Wright, vice president and general manager of WAAY. -31.
“It’s an exciting time for Madison, Huntsville and all of northern Alabama, especially since the first season has been postponed for a year. WAAY-31 is proud to be a part of history by bringing Trash Panda Baseball to fans across the region. While our games air on this TV, fans will see extensive coverage of the Trash Pandas on WAAY-31 News. “
Tickets and more information about the Pandas of Rocket City Trash are available at trashpandasbaseball.com
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Located in Huntsville, WAAY-31 is owned and operated by Allen Media Broadcasting headquartered in Atlanta. The ABC subsidiary has served northern Alabama and parts of southern Tennessee for more than six decades.
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