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MLB Network hits the road for a spring training tour of Arizona and Florida, visiting the camp of one major league team a day leading up to the start of the season. Reported by the network's analysts, including former major leaguers Dan Plesac, Kevin Millar, Mitch Williams, Harold Reynolds and Al Leiter, the previews provide fans with exclusive access to each team and feature interviews with players, managers, coaches and front-office personnel.

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An in-depth look at the 2020 Philadelphia Phillies featuring player, coach and GM interviews; expert analysis on personnel and more.
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Player, coach and GM interviews along with analysis of the 2020 Baltimore Orioles.
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An in-depth look at the 2020 New York Mets featuring player, coach and GM interviews; expert analysis on personnel and other decisions for the upcoming regular season.
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An in-depth look at the 2020 Washington Nationals featuring player, coach and GM interviews; expert analysis on personnel and other decisions for the upcoming regular season.

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