Oakland A's announce 2016 television schedule

The Oakland Athletics announced today that all 162 regular season games will be televised in 2016, including 147 on CSN California. The remaining 15 games will be available in the A's TV territory on MLB Network and ESPN.

A's games on CSN California will feature Glen Kuiper calling the play-by-play action and Ray Fosse as color analyst for the majority of CSN California telecasts. Former A's pitcher Mark Mulder will serve as analyst for 20 broadcasts. CSN California's regular season coverage begins with the A's season home opener against the Chicago White Sox on Monday, April 4 at 7 p.m.

CSN California will air its "A's Pregame Live" show before telecasts from the site of the game and "A's Postgame Live" after each game. The shows are anchored by veteran sportscaster Brodie Brazil, with analysis from former A's infielders Shooty Babitt and Bip Roberts and CSN California.com's A's Insider Joe Stiglich.

In addition to regular season games, CSN California will air two spring training games against the Giants - Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m. from Hohokam Stadium and Saturday, April 2 at 1 p.m. from O.co Coliseum.