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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.
MLB Network's first-ever talk show features some talk and a lot of banter each weekday for hosts Chris Rose and Kevin Millar, who discuss between themselves and with others associated with baseball what's hot and what's not in and around the national pastime. They also run out of the baseline at times when they welcome guests from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture. Rose is well known for batting topics around as the longtime host of Fox Sports' wacky "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," while Millar gained fame as a member of the 2004 world champion Boston Red Sox.
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.