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It’s Still Spring Training For
The MLB Network CSN Philly, Because That Is Definitely Not Denard Span
During today’s Grapefruit League broadcast of the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies on the MLB Network, a graphic splashed across the screen highlighting key offseason additions around baseball: R.A. Dickey to the Toronto Blue Jays, Zack Greinke to the Los Angeles Dodgers and Denard Span to the Washington Nationals. Too bad they whiffed on some of the finer details.
Ex-NFL Quarterbacks Are Competing For A Spot As A Knuckleballer At Arizona Diamondbacks Spring Training On An MLB Network Television Show
Keith Olbermann To Be Part-Time MLB Network Host. When Will He Start Feuding With MLB Network Executives?
Keith Olbermann’s been laying pretty low since his customarily bitter breakup with Current TV earlier this year, but earlier today it was announced he’s returning to the small screen – as a guest host on MLB Network. And it just might work… for now.
Unless you’re a Red Sox or Braves fan (and even those fans would probably grudgingly admit this), last night was as good a baseball night as there’s been in years. It was hard not to get swept up in last night’s action…and the cameras were rolling to show us just how excited two MLB Network analysts got.
But the woman who caught my eye was MLB Network reporter and studio host Trenni Kusnierek, mainly because I’ve never heard of her before and feel like I should have.
Whoops. During MLB Network’s draft coverage, Peter Gammons had a bit of a slip-up when describing Orioles catcher Matt Wieters (video).
According to Eric Fisher of Sports Business Journal, Stephen Strasburg’s June 8th debut against the Pittsburgh Pirates will be carried nationally on the MLB Network. That’s not all: Fisher also reports that Bob Costas, Mr. Olympics himself, will be part of the broadcast team.