DENVER – The Colorado Rockies and AT&T Sports Networks announced today that they have agreed to a multi-year extension of their television rights deal. AT&T SportsNet will continue to be the regional television home of the Colorado Rockies throughout the five-state Rocky Mountain region, including at least 150 live Rockies games, pre- and post-game coverage, as well as other Rockies-related shows and content.
“We are excited to continue what has been a long and successful partnership with AT&T Sports Networks,” said Rockies Chief Operating Officer Greg Feasel. “Since our relationship with the Network began in 1997, AT&T SportsNet has provided Rockies fans throughout the Rocky Mountain region the highest quality baseball production and programming in the country.”
“We are thrilled to announce yet another extension of our relationship with the Colorado Rockies,” said Patrick Crumb, President of AT&T Sports Networks, the parent company of AT&T SportsNet. “We have a long history of working together to bring Rockies fans exclusive coverage of their favorite team and we look forward to continuing to do so for years to come.”
Rockies fans can expect to see many familiar faces on Rockies telecasts going forward, including Drew Goodman, who has called play-by-play for the last 18 seasons of Rockies baseball, and Jeff Huson, who just finished his 14th season on Rockies broadcasts. They will be joined again by former Rockies outfielders Ryan Spilborghs and Cory Sullivan, Jenny Cavnar, who in 2018 became the first woman since 1993 to do play-by-play on a big-league broadcast, and Colorado native Taylor McGregor.