NESN – is the New England Sports Network. NESN is a New England based cable and satellite network owned in large part by the same entity that owns the Boston Red Sox. NESN is the primary broadcaster for the Boston Red Sox and NHL’s Boston Bruins. Boston Red Sox on NESN began March 21, 1984 with Mike Andrews announcing a Spring Training MLB Game from Florida. NESN now carries coverage of nearly all Red Sox games – the only exceptions are for some nationally broadcast games on Fox or ESPN.
Boston Red Sox Television Network – NESN
Finding the Red Sox on TV usually means finding NESN on your Cable TV or Satellite System. Fortunately, that should not be difficult. NESN is available on nearly every Cable TV system in New England and is also available by satellite providers DishNetwork and DirecTV. Contact your local cable TV or satellite service provider for more information. Additional charges may be required for you to view NESN on your television or smart phone. NESN broadcasts all regular season Boston Red Sox games in high-definition.
Boston Red Sox play-by-play is currently called by veteran broadcaster and former Boston Red Sox radio sportscaster Dave O’Brien.
The official website for the New England Sports Network is nesn.com.
NESN Sports Headlines include Boston Red Sox Baseball, New England Patriots NFL Football, Boston Bruins NHL Hockey, Boston Celtics NBA Basketball & other New England and Boston based sports. Enjoy the latest Sports Feed from NESN – New England Sports Network
- Hunter Henry, Adrian Phillips Enjoy Competing Against Each Other Again
Hunter Henry, Adrian Phillips Enjoy Competing Against Each Other Again -
It can’t be confirmed if Hunter Henry was singing Peaches & Herb’s classic “Reunited” when he first saw Adrian Phillips inside the confines of Gillette Stadium this offseason, but nevertheless the former-Chargers-turned-Patriots teammates are enjoying being back on the field together. “It’s the best. I’ve been going against AP for a long time, I mean […]
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- Nick Foligno Not Worried About Taylor Hall Wearing No. 71, Just Happy To Be With Bruins
Nick Foligno Not Worried About Taylor Hall Wearing No. 71, Just Happy To Be With Bruins -
Is there already beef between Nick Foligno and Taylor Hall? The answer is absolutely not, but there is a bit of a conundrum when it comes to No. 71. Foligno signed a two-year contract with the Boston Bruins on Wednesday after NHL free agency opened. Hall re-signed with Boston last week on a four-year deal. […]
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- Nick Foligno Hoped It Woud Work Out With Bruins For Three Big Reasons
Nick Foligno Hoped It Woud Work Out With Bruins For Three Big Reasons -
Nick Foligno was flattered by the inquires he got as NHL free agency opened Wednesday. He’s glad things worked out with the Bruins, though. The longtime Columbus Blue Jackets captain signed with Boston to a two-year deal worth $3.8 million per season. He was six new players who joined the Bruins. Foligno did his media […]
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