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Chris Russo has never been afraid to bring the heat as a radio host. Nicknamed "Mad Dog," he shows real passion for sports when the subject is baseball. Hearing him rant on satellite radio is one thing; seeing him is electrifying, which is why MLB Network collared Mad Dog to talk hardball each weekday. The hourlong studio show begins with Russo's monologue on the day's big headlines, then accelerates to league news with a roster of contributors including analysts Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Harold Reynolds, Bill Ripken, insider Tom Verducci, and national/local beat writers and broadcasters.

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aired 362 days ago
Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo looks at the best moments from the first half of the 2019 MLB season.
aired 362 days ago
Longtime radio personality Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo brings his passionate opinions and energetic delivery weekdays with discussion on all 30 MLB clubs.
aired 719 days ago
Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo brings his passionate opinions and energetic delivery weekdays with discussion on all 30 MLB clubs; All-Star edition.
aired 830 days ago
Mike Francesa and Chris Russo make their famous "over-and-under" team predictions, as well as analyze the major MLB storylines heading into Opening Day.

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