ESPN Deportes Presents 2015 Caribbean Series

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ESPN Deportes Presents 2015 Caribbean Series

Live onsite multiplatform coverage to capture every moment from San Juan, Puerto Rico

ESPN Deportes will present exclusive coverage of the 2015 Caribbean Series live from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Presented by AT&T, coverage of the Series begins on Feb. 2 with the inaugural game Mexico vs. Cuba at 12:00 p.m. EST, followed by the Opening Ceremony at 5:30 p.m. and Venezuela vs. Puerto Rico at 6:30 p.m.

The network’s baseball experts will be covering onsite from San Juan, Puerto Rico throughout the seven-day event; talent lineup includes Caribbean Baseball Hall of Famer Candy Maldonado, and baseball experts Ernesto Jerez, Luis Alfredo Alvarez, Carolina Guillen, Enrique Rojas, Guillermo Celis, Eitan Benezra and Jorge Eduardo Sanchez.

ESPN Deportes coverage of the Series includes extensive analysis across television, radio and digital platforms. On Jan. 28, ESPNDeportes.com will launch a microsite dedicated to the Series, featuring news, photos, videos, polls, stats and a calendar of events.

Marking the LVII edition of the Series, this year’s games will be held at Estadio Hiram Bithorn in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The 13 scheduled games will conclude on Feb. 8 with a live post show after the Sunday Final. ESPN Deportes’ coverage of the Series is sponsored by AT&T- presenting sponsor, McDonalds, Coors Light, H&R Block and Disney’s McFarland, USA.

Programing Highlights:

ESPN Deportes

  • Onsite coverage and live telecast of every game (schedule listed below);
  • Complete coverage of Opening Ceremony and a special post-show after the Final;
  • Jerez, Maldonado and Alvarez, Celis and Sanchez are slated to call the games. Guillen and Benezra will report from the field; and
  • Beisbol Esta Noche to precede each primetime game, hosted by Guillen and Rojas

ESPN Deportes Radio

  • The Series will be broadcast live on ESPN Deportes Radio Network
  • Onsite hour-long pre- and post-game sessions for every game by Guillén, Rojas, José Francisco Rivera and Renato Bermudez.
  • All games will air live on ESPN Deportes Radio Nueva York 1050AM

ESPNDeportes.com

  • The microsite dedicated to the Series will integrate social media content and capture all the action, including complete onsite reports by Rojas, Jorge Morejón and Héctor Cruz.

Detailed schedule below. All Games will air on ESPN Deportes television and ESPN Deportes Radio 1050 AM.

 

Air Date (EST) Start Time (EST) Competitor Networks
2-Feb 12:00 pm Mexico vs. Pinar del Rio (Cuba) ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
2-Feb 5:30 pm Opening Ceremony ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
2-Feb 6:30 pm Venezuela vs. Puerto Rico ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
3-Feb 12:00 pm Dominican Republic vs. Venezuela ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
3-Feb 6:30 pm Puerto Rico vs. Mexico ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
4-Feb 12:00 pm Mexico vs. Dominican Republic ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
4-Feb 6:30 pm Pinar del Rio vs. Puerto Rico ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
5-Feb 12:00 pm Mexico vs. Venezuela ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
5-Feb 6:30 pm Dominican Republic vs. Pinar del Rio ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
6-Feb 12:00 pm Venezuela vs. Pinar del Rio ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
6-Feb 6:30 pm Dominican Republic vs. Puerto Rico ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
7-Feb 12:00 pm Semifinal #1 ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
7-Feb 6:30 pm Semifinal #2 ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM
8-Feb 4:30 pm Final ESPN Deportes,
ESPN Deportes Radio,
ESPN Deportes 1050AM

 

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Gabriela Nuñez

Gaby Nuñez is manager of communications for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin American. She joined ESPN in October 2010 and is based in the company’s New York City offices. In this role, Gaby is responsible for the creative development, strategy and overall publicity efforts for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin America. Gaby grew up in Caracas, Venezuela and later moved to the U.S. Prior to joining ESPN, Gaby worked a various PR agencies in Miami and Los Angeles. She holds a B.A. from Florida International University.
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