St. Louis Cardinals regular season broadcast schedule on WJBC

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WJBC is the voice of St. Louis Cardinals baseball in central Illinois! Listen to every game throughout the season on AM 1230 and FM 102.1 WJBC.

Regular season broadcast schedule (time listed is when pregame coverage begins):

  • Friday, April 12: Cardinals at Diamondbacks 7:45pm
  • Saturday, April 13: Cardinals at Diamondbacks 6:15pm
  • Sunday, April 14: Cardinals at Diamondbacks 2:15pm
  • Monday, April 15: Cardinals at Oakland 7:45pm
  • Tuesday, April 16: Cardinals at Oakland 7:45pm
  • Wednesday, April 17: Cardinals at Oakland 1:40pm
  • Friday, April 19: Brewers vs. Cardinals 6:20pm
  • Saturday, April 20: Brewers vs. Cardinals 12:20pm
  • Sunday, April 21: Brewers vs. Cardinals 12:20pm
  • Monday, April 22: Diamondbacks vs. Cardinals 5:50pm
  • Tuesday, April 23: Diamondbacks vs. Cardinals 5:50pm
  • Wednesday, April 24: Diamondbacks vs. Cardinals 11:20am
  • Friday, April 26: Cardinals at Mets 5:15pm
  • Saturday, April 27: Cardinals at Mets 2:10pm
  • Sunday, April 28: Cardinals at Mets 11:45am
  • Monday, April 29: Cardinals at Tigers 4:45pm
  • Tuesday, April 30: Cardinals at Tigers 4:45pm

*Games will not be streamed on the WJBC app or other streaming services due to restrictions


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