More than 200 countries set to watch Series

More than 200 countries set to watch Series

Major League Baseball International announced it has partnered with 57 broadcasters to showcase the entire 2010 postseason, including the World Series featuring the Giants and Rangers, in 18 languages and in more than 200 countries and territories around the world.

MLBI announced it will produce its own broadcast of the World Series, which begins tonight at AT&T Park, and will feature broadcasters Rick Sutcliffe and Gary Thorne.

Additionally, broadcasters from ESPN International (worldwide), Fox Sports (Latin America), Rogers Sportsnet (Canada), Guangdong (China), WAPA (Puerto Rico), UTS (Curacao), NHK and TV Tokyo (Japan), Televisa (Mexico), CDN (Dominican Republic) and Medcom and TVN (Panama) will be on site at the World Series.

More than 1 million United States and Canadian Armed Forces personnel stationed around the world and aboard U.S. Naval ships-at-sea will also be able to watch the games via the American Forces Network and the Canadian Armed Forces Network.

Rhett Bollinger is a reporter for This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.