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Broadcast schedule confirmed
Higher quality product to be beamed worldwide
11/08/2018 3:41 PM ET
Brisbane will be after a four-peat of titles this season (C) SMP IMAGES/ABL MEDIA
Brisbane will be after a four-peat of titles this season (C) SMP IMAGES/ABL MEDIA 

Higher quality broadcasts and increased international exposure highlight the 2018/19 Australian Baseball League broadcast schedule.

The ABL has committed to broadcasting a minimum of 81 LIVE games plus all ABL Playoff games across a combination of key domestic and international broadcast partners including;

  • Fox Sports Australia*
  • MBC Sports Plus (Korea)
  • Eleven Sports (Taiwan)
  • Sky New Zealand

Baseball Australia chief executive officer Cam Vale said the history-making broadcast schedule will continue the league's international growth.

"We saw a significant spike in international viewership during the 2017/18 season," Vale said.

"With two expansion teams, more superstar players and an ever-growing list of international partnerships, there is more interest in the ABL than ever before.

"We're excited to showcase our league to the world."

During the 2017/18 ABL season live broadcasts via and Facebook Live reached over six million people.

Vale said the new broadcast partnerships would help deliver more record-breaking numbers.

"This season's broadcast schedule will see Australian baseball beamed into more homes around the world across a variety of channels."


Accel Media will be the ABL's official production partner for the 2018/19 season after previously producing the ABL Championship Series and All-Star Game between 2014-2017.

Executive producer James Watson is excited to increase quality of ABL broadcasts this season.

"We are looking forward to helping Baseball Australia develop and grow its broadcast product," Watson said.

"The additions of Geelong-Korea and the Auckland Tuatara will make the league an even more exciting product to cover and we can't wait to bring higher quality broadcasts to ABL fans worldwide."

Former MLBers Shayne Bennett, Justin Huber and Glenn Williams will feature in a revamped broadcast team, which will also include Australian Emeralds Manager Simone Wearne, and Olympic silver medalists Gavin Fingleson and Paul Gonzalez.

Click here for a full broadcast schedule.

*Fox Sports Australia schedule TBA.

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