FSN Florida to Televise Marlins 2004 Season Review Special

(SUNRISE, FL) – FSN Florida, the exclusive television rights holder for Florida Marlins baseball, announced today that the regional sports network will televise the Florida Marlins 2004 Post-Season Special on Thursday, October 21 at 7:00 PM.

Hosted by FSN Florida's Marlins pre-game host Craig Minervini, the thirty-minute special recaps the defending World Series Champions' finest moments from the 2004 season, from the unveiling of the 2003 World Series banner on Opening Day to the battle for the National League wildcard spot. FSN's Florida Marlins Post-Season Special spotlights each player and their performance for the season, highlighted with commentary from Manager, Jack McKeon. The Special also takes an in-depth look at the starting pitching roster with General Manager, Larry Beinsfest, who gives his outlook for the Marlins' 2005 season.

The Florida Marlins 2004 Post-Season Special encores on Saturday, October 23 at 5:00 PM, Sunday, October 24 at 3:00 PM and Thursday, October 28 at 7:00 PM.

FSN Florida reaches over 5 million households in Florida. FSN Florida's programming includes Major League Baseball's Florida Marlins and Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the National Hockey League's Florida Panthers, the University of Miami, The Best Damn Sports Show Period, I, Max, The Sports List and NASCAR. FSN Florida is managed by Rainbow Sports Networks.

Rainbow Sports Networks is a division of Rainbow Media Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Cablevision Systems Corporation (NYSE:CVC). FSN reaches more than 81 million households nationwide and is a service of National Sports Partners, equally owned by Rainbow Media Holdings LLC and Fox Entertainment Group. Rainbow Sports Networks incorporates Rainbow's 50% ownership in FSN and FSN National Advertising and the ownership and management of FSN regional networks in five of the nation's largest markets: Chicago, San Francisco, New England, Ohio and Florida.

Press Contacts

  • Diana Hanford
    FSN Florida, Communications Manager