The season opener at Philadelphia will be on BSSO at 3 p.m. April 1, with the “Braves Live” pregame show beginning at 2 p.m. The other games of the season-opening series against the Phillies will be on BSSE at 4 p.m. April 3 and at 1 p.m. April 4.
The Braves’ TV announcers lineup is unchanged, with Chip Caray returning as play-by-play voice, Jeff Francoeur and Tom Glavine as in-game analysts, Kelly Crull and Paul Byrd as reporters, Jerome Jurenovich as host of the pregame and postgame studio shows and Brian Jordan, Nick Green and Peter Moylan as analysts on the studio shows.
The seven regular-season Braves games not scheduled for either of the regional sports networks will be shown exclusively on national networks. The first such telecasts are the April 11 game against the Phillies at Truist Park and the April 18 game at the Chicago Cubs, both on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball.”
Some Braves fans will find Fox Sports South/Southeast (soon Bally Sports South/Southeast) unavailable via their TV providers. Streaming services YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV dropped the networks in October because of a contract dispute and haven’t resumed carrying them.