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Sportsnet offers TV exposure to Blue Jays affiliate

Canadian sports broadcaster Sportsnet has acquired broadcast rights to minor league baseball team the Vancouver Canadians.

Sportsnet will televise six Canadians games on Sportsnet Pacific throughout the 2019 season as part of a wider agreement which includes radio rights. The deal will represent the first television coverage for the team since 2016.

The 2017 Northwest League champions have been affiliated with Major League Baseball franchise the Toronto Blue Jays since 2011.

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