Quakes Announce New Radio Home

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By Mike Lindskog / Rancho Cucamonga Quakes | November 12, 2013 8:18 AM ET

Rancho Cucamonga, CA - The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes will have a new radio home on the local AM dial for the near-future. FOX Sports AM 1350, a 5,000-watt station in the Clear Channel family, will be the new home for Quakes Baseball in 2014, as they begin a three-year partnership.


FOX Sports AM 1350 broadcasts FOX Sports programming throughout the day and carries UC-Riverside athletics as well.


The new "radio home of the Quakes" will air all 140 regular season games, as well as all exhibition and post-season games, live and in their entirety, with the "Voice of the Quakes", Mike Lindskog, who returns for a fifth year of Quakes baseball. All games will also be available online and through smart phones, through iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio app, respectively. 


"We're incredibly excited to begin a three-year partnership with FOX Sports AM 1350," said Lindskog. "The FOX Sports format and the incredible energy that the Clear Channel team has expressed about being partners with the local community team have made this a perfect fit for the Quakes. We're all anxious for the first broadcast next year at LoanMart Field!"


"Teaming up with a local partner like the Quakes is a great opportunity for FOX Sports AM 1350," said V.P./Market Manager Mark Thomas. "It's important for us to continue to strengthen our commitment to this community, and bringing fans Quakes baseball is a great example of that."  


Ticket packages for the Quakes' 2014 season are on sale now, as fans can become a Quakes MVP (Most Valuable Partner) and choose between Full Season Tickets (70 games) or one of our terrific Mini-Season Ticket Packages (10, 20 or 35). Become a Quakes MVP and take advantage of all the benefits of being part of the Quakes' family, by calling (909) 481-5000. We hope to see you at LoanMart Field very soon…Go Quakes!

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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