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aired 401 days ago
The best of all the All-Star Game action, including highlights from All-Star Workout Day, the Home Run Derby and all the latest news from the 90th All-Star Game in Cleveland.
aired 759 days ago
The best of all the All-Star game action including highlights from All-Star Workout Day, Home Run Derby and all the latest news from the 89th All-Star Game in Washington D.C.

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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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The top 100 current Major League players are ranked and counted down based on a variety of categories.
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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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Breakdowns and demos by MLB Network analysts are showcased, including on-screen virtual enhancement.
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MLB Network's first-ever regular-season morning show features hosts Robert Flores, Mark DeRosa and Lauren Shehadi reporting from Studio 21, named in honor of Hall of Famer and humanitarian Roberto Clemente. Updates and context on the latest news, extensive on-field highlights, and long-form conversations with guests, celebrities and insiders from around baseball are presented each weekday morning. Flores joined the network in 2016 as a host/reporter, DeRosa offers a unique outlook as a former player, and Shehadi honed crisp interviewing skills during three years of hosting MLB Network's "The Rundown."
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The best Spring Training moments and interviews from MLB Network's 30 Clubs in 30 Days.
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The best spring training moments and interviews from MLB Network's "30 Clubs in 30 Days."
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Showcasing the most exciting offensive and fielding plays from the past week throughout MLB.
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MLB Network counts down its version of the 20 greatest games played since about 1950. The network first came up with 50 games and a "blue ribbon panel" -- aided by fan votes -- whittled that to 20. Hosts Bob Costas and Tom Verducci dissect each game, and given the format, with each episode running at least one hour, there's plenty of time to delve into nuances such as pitch selection, defensive alignment, managerial moves and so on. Also making each episode must-see TV for longtime baseball fans is the ex-players and managers who join Costas and Verducci to provide insight. Bucky Dent, for example, talks about his famous home run in the 1978 American League tiebreak game, and Johnny Bench and Fred Lynn reminisce about Game 6 of the 1975 World Series, the No. 1 game on the list.
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A look at some of the greatest players, teams and moments in MLB history.