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Medford Rogues infielder Clay Valenzuela-Reece attempts to turn the double play while teammate Scotty Wright looks on against Yuba City at Harry & David Field on Wednesday. [LARRY STAUTH JR./FOR THE MAIL TRIBUNE]

Medford Rogues games to be streamed live

Baseball fans can watch Medford Rogues games both home and on the road through free live streaming this summer, thanks to a partnership between the Great West League team and Table Rock Sports.

The Rogues announced the broadcast partnership today.

"The Medford Rogues are always looking for ways to improve fan entertainment and we feel this is a step in the right direction to give our fans access to the team not only at home, but on the road," Dave May, Rogues COO, said in a media release.

Technology at Harry & David Field will allow the Rogues and Table Rock Sports to produce a multi-camera home broadcast. Fans will be able to watch live and on-demand streams of Rogues games on any device with an internet connection through Table Rock Sports, which currently provides video coverage of prep football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, wrestlting and softball.

"This is an exciting expansion for local sports coverage beyond our high school partners," said Joe Brett, president of Table Rock Sports. "The Rogues and our Legion baseball coverage returning this summer will provide our viewers and sponsors live events all 12 months of the year."

The Rogues will bring the broadcast on the road, so fans can follow the action all season long, the release said.

The Rogues will be the only Summer Collegiate Baseball team on the entire U.S. West Coast to produce a professional, three-camera broadcast, the release said.

 

 

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