MLB taking over Diamondbacks broadcast rights after Diamond Sports Group bankruptcy

MLB taking over Diamondbacks broadcast rights after Diamond Sports Group bankruptcy

Major League Baseball will produce and distribute all locally distributed Diamondbacks games beginning Tuesday when Arizona faces the Braves at 7:20 p.m. ET, the league announced. Here’s what you need to know:

The change comes after a bankruptcy court judge approved Diamond Sports Group’s rejection of its Diamondbacks deal, Front Office Sports reported Tuesday.
MLB previously took over broadcasts of San Diego Padres games in May after Diamond missed the deadline for its rights fee payment with the team.
Under the new arrangement, MLB is removing the blackout for Diamondbacks games…


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