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Baseball Tonight: Sunday Night Countdown

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Leading into each of ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball telecasts is this special edition of "Baseball Tonight." Host Karl Ravech teams with analysts and reporters to present fans a detailed preview of the network's exclusive, national game of the week. Highlights of the day's other games, interviews with players and managers, and key storylines from around the league also fill the hourlong show. Mark Teixeira, Eduardo Pérez, Tim Kurkjian and Buster Olney are among the analysts.

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If you're a fan of baseball, then you won't want to miss this show featuring highlights of all the games and updates of ones still in progress. Regularly hosted by Karl Ravech, he's joined by a rotating panel of analysts that includes former players and managers, plus reporters such as Tim Kurkjian and Buster Olney. Other hosts include Adnan Virk and Jon Sciambi.
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When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
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Baby, it might be cold outside, and the springtime sounds of bats hitting balls are months away. What better way for baseball fans to cure the winter blues than to gather around the "Hot Stove" and warm up to the news of the offseason? MLB Network has all the angles covered for all 30 teams, from trades and free agent signings to the juicy rumors that percolate throughout, especially at the annual Winter Meetings in December. A host of former players, including Joe Magrane, Al Leiter, Sean Casey and Dan Plesac, analyze the news, supplemented by insider information from journalists Jon Heyman, Tom Verducci and Peter Gammons, among others.
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The title says it all, as any good title should. "The Rundown" presents a jump-start to all that's happening each weeknight in Major League Baseball, including highlights, live look-ins to games in progress, and access to batting practice. There's also team reports, injury updates and the latest news regarding roster moves. Matt Yallof and Lauren Shehadi host.
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Baseball fans who live for the excitement of the game may find it impossible to keep up with all the great plays when there's a dozen contests going on simultaneously. This signature studio show of MLB Network provides an easy solution to that dilemma. In-studio hosts provide running analysis of all games currently in progress, from the first pitch on the East Coast to the final out in the Pacific Time Zone. If a Cy Young Award candidate is three outs away from tossing a no-hitter, or a Triple Crown candidate steps to the plate in a bases-loaded situation, rest assured of a quick cutaway to the on-field action.
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The hourlong weekday afternoon "MLB Now" presents the day's top stories in baseball by spanning the sport's cultural divide. Host Brian Kenny discusses the issues and provides analysis, with a bent toward modern analytics to prove his points. The series also features interviews with personalities throughout the game, and viewer opinions are welcome as well via social media polls.
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The history of baseball has always involved numbers, from the amount of wins and losses recorded by teams to the batting average of the game's greatest hitters and the iconic digits sewn on their uniforms. This show uses numbers in a different manner, recalling various topics from the annals of the sport (both the grandiose and the sometimes embarrassing) and then counting down the best examples within the category. Subjects under scrutiny include the best fan moments, top ejections, best season finishes, biggest blunders and longest home runs.
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Fun-loving former baseball player Kevin Millar was one of the many memorable "idiots" who helped break the Curse of the Bambino and lead the Boston Red Sox to a World Series championship in 2004. Sportscaster Chris Rose made his mark as the long-running host of Fox Sports Net's "The Best Damn Sports Show Period." This series brings these two opinionated personalities together to cover the hottest topics in Major League Baseball, present up-to-the-minute headlines, and conduct interviews with the biggest stars in the game.
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Hosted by Brian Kenny, "Top 10 Right Now" presents plenty of fodder for baseball fans to chew on when discussing the best current players, and as the title suggests, the series counts down MLB Network's version of who those players are, with each episode detailing a different position. There's also an episode that lists the game's top managers.