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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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aired 25 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 34 days ago
The history and legacy of some of baseball's greatest players, including Rube Foster, Buck O'Neil, Josh Gibson, Satchel Paige Jackie Robinson, Larry Doby, Ernie Banks, Willie Mays, and Hank Aaron is recognized.
aired 64 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 80 days ago
Matt Vasgersian, Harold Reynolds, and Tom Verducci will unveil and analyze the key matchups and dates of the 60-game schedule, which will begin on July 23rd and 24th.
aired 83 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 84 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 92 days ago
A look back at how MLB Tonight covered the wild final day of the 2011 MLB season.
aired 97 days ago
Fran Charles and Harold Reynolds co-host a roundtable discussion on the issues around racial injustice in society and baseball among a panel of distinguished guests including Derek Jeter, Torii Hunter, Kenny Williams, Theo Epstein and others.
aired 107 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 107 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 107 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 107 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 132 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 143 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 160 days ago
Featuring live look-ins, updates, highlights, reporting, interviews and analysis by MLB Network's experts.
aired 183 days ago
MLB Network hosts and analysts discuss their most memorable opening day memories.
aired 204 days ago
Featuring field reports, interviews, predictions and inside access to every club's training camp.
aired 205 days ago
Featuring field reports, interviews, predictions and inside access to every club's training camp.
aired 208 days ago
Field reports, interviews, predictions and inside access to the Red Sox training camp.
aired 209 days ago
Field reports, interviews, predictions and inside access to the Twins training camp.
aired 210 days ago
Field reports, interviews, predictions and inside access to the Braves training camp.

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