PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Spanish Beisbol Network (SBN) will once again be carrying live radio broadcasts of all 12 games of the Caribbean World Series (CWS) in Spanish in select markets across the United States. The CWS features four professional baseball teams, representing the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela.
This year the CWS is being played on Margarita Island, Venezuela from February 2-7, with the home team defending their 2009 Serie del Caribe title. Many MLB players take the time to play for their country of origin in this tournament, and it's also a chance to hear about up-and-coming Major League players in action.
The SBN broadcasts of the CWS will air in the following markets:
- New York (WNSW 1430 AM)
- Miami (ESPN Deportes 1450 AM)
- Philadelphia (WUBA 1480 AM)
- Washington, DC (WMET 1160 AM)
- Dallas – Fort Worth (KFLC 1270 AM)
CWS recently released the 2010 game schedule.
Puerto Rico vs. Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic vs. Mexico
Mexico vs. Puerto Rico
Dominican Republic vs. Puerto Rico
Mexico vs. Dominican Republic
Puerto Rico vs. Mexico
Originating in 1949, CWS is round robin tournament with the Serie del Caribe champion determined by the best record. The Series annually rotates its venue among the four participating countries. For information on the CWS and SBN, please visit www.beisbol.net.
About Spanish Beisbol Network
The Spanish Beisbol Network (SBN), founded in 2001, is a multi-layer sports marketing and media broadcasting company for Spanish-language baseball content. SBN currently has contracts with the Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals, Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, CBS and New York Yankees, and the Caribbean World Series. In addition, SBN supports other MLB teams in their Hispanic sales initiatives. In 2008, SBN was acquired by Celeritas Management Inc. (www.celeritasmgmt.com). Celeritas Management, a portfolio management and operating company funded by Palladium Equity Partners, LLC, seeks to invest in and grow businesses in the sports, entertainment, and marketing services industries by bringing together innovative assets with talented management. Celeritas partners with companies whose products and services strike a chord with the passions of American consumers, especially the Hispanic demographic. For more information about SBN, please visit www.beisbol.net.
SOURCE Spanish Beisbol Network