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Everyone Wants A Look At The 2011 Red Sox

Photo unrelated, but it looks nice.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Photo unrelated, but it looks nice. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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There's no question that the Red Sox are one of baseball's most marketable teams to begin with. So when you add in a huge offseason with two of the biggest stars joining Boston, you're going to end up with a club that a lot of people want to see. It's perhaps no surprise, then, that the Sox are getting some major airtime from the national networks.

But eight of the first eleven games? That's something else entirely.

The good news for fans outside the Boston area is that there will be plenty of opportunities to see the team early on. The good news for those inside the are or with one of the various subscription services is that Don, Jerry, and NESN will also be available for all but the weekend games against the Yankees.

For a complete list of the games scheduled to be broadcast in that period, and on what network, check after the jump.

April 1 vs. Rangers: ESPN

April 2 vs. Rangers: MLBN

April 3 vs. Rangers: TBS

April 7 vs. Indians: MLBN

April 8 vs. Yankees: MLBN

April 9 vs. Yankees: FOX

April 10 vs. Yankees: ESPN

April 12 vs. Rays: MLBN

The MLB Network will also broadcast two more Sox games this month: Saturday April 23 against the Angels, and Saturday April 30 against the Mariners.