SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2010 Major League Baseball (MLB) season will be televised in Puerto Rico on the Island's leading broadcast station, WAPA Television, and the station's 24-hour dedicated sports channel, WAPA 2.
The games will be divided between WAPA 2 and WAPA Television. WAPA 2 will televise at least two regular season games per week as well as the Division Series and the League Championship Series. WAPA Television will be the home of two MLB Jewel events: the MLB All-Star Game and the World Series.
"Producing some of the sport's most legendary players, Puerto Rico has had a profound impact on Major League Baseball and we're excited to bring MLB to WAPA and WAPA 2 and to highlight the current Puerto Rican players in the Major Leagues," said Jose E. Ramos, President of WAPA Television. "We're proud to offer our viewers the most extensive coverage of the 2010 season on the Island and to offer our advertisers an opportunity to reach the substantial MLB fan base in Puerto Rico."
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