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Broadcast Schedule Round Nine
All home and away games carried once again
01/18/2018 2:15 AM ET
 

Round nine of the Australian Baseball League is here with the Alcohol. Think Again Perth Heat heading across the country to face the first place Brisbane Bandits in a battle of #1 vs. #2 in a four-game series. Don't miss a minute of the action as the only club in the ABL to provide home and away coverage continues to bring you Heat baseball live in the west. All four games can be heard online on "Talking Baseball Australia" on MixLR and on the Tunein app as well.

The Sporting Star Network, with their flagship product "Talking Baseball Australia" the official media partner in 2017/18 and beyond bring fans every pitch live. The pregame begins 20 minutes before first pitch and features news and notes on the ABL as well as the "Top Step" with Heat Manager Andy Kyle. Following the game join us for the post-game wrap up and bonus video content.

Here is how you can tune into the Perth Heat this weekend:

Thursday January 18th Game 1- 4:30 pm AWST

Pre-game from 4:10pm AWST

Sporting Star Network

Link: www.mixlr.com/tbaustralia 

Friday January 19th Game 2 - 4:30pm AWST

Pre-game from 4:10pm AWST

Sporting Star Network

Link: www.mixlr.com/tbaustralia 

Saturday January 20th Game 3 - 1:30pm AWST

Pre-game from 1:10pm AWST

Sporting Star Network

Link: www.mixlr.com/tbaustralia 

Saturday January 20th Game 4 - 4:30pm AWST

Pre-game from 4:10pm AWST

Sporting Star Network

Link: www.mixlr.com/tbaustralia 

Our broadcast team is led by Paul Morgan a voice that has been heard at Perth Harley-Davidson Ballpark since the first year of the new ABL. Morgan has served as grounds announcer and on field MC and returns for his fourth season as the crew moves to the new commentator's box. Former Heat fire baller Simon Eissens and member of Team England will provide the expert analysis on the "boys from the west", while Dan Vaughanwill man the play by play seat for the crew. The trio has over 60 years of combined baseball experience.

This story was not subject to the approval of the Australian Baseball League or its clubs.