A few notes about baseball broadcasts of various types...
First, the Cubs have announced their spring TV schedule (note on game times, Daylight Saving time begins on 3/11 this year - all times Central):
Finally, if you don't mind watching with the sound off, the game on 3/16 at Tucson vs. the White Sox will be on WGN with the Sox announcers. It wouldn't surprise me if another game or two wound up on ESPN, which does some spring games.
On another TV-related topic, John Donovan at SI.com weighs in on the Extra Innings controversy, and I think he nails it:
Business-wise, short-term, you can see baseball's side in this, if you forget about the fans. A thirtieth of a $700 million deal will pay a good-sized piece of any team's over-inflated payroll. And a lot of the money that baseball sees from the DirecTV deal could go toward seeding the game's next big money-making venture, the MLB Channel, coming to a television near you around the 2009 season.
But the shame -- and isn't this always the problem? -- is that it's the fans who ultimately end up taking it in the Canseco once again. The deal with DirecTV will make it more difficult for many baseball fans to get what they want, how they want. It's really as simple as that. And that's no way to treat the customer.