Baseball Tonight airs nightly throughout the baseball season, giving game highlights, expert analysis, and commentary on the day's events in Major League Baseball. Featured segments include Out of the Box, Web Gems, and Touch 'Em All.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
Baseball Tonight - Wednesday Night Baseball - Netflix
Wednesday Night Baseball is a live game telecast of Major League Baseball that airs every Wednesday night during the regular season on ESPN. The game starts at 7pm ET, following SportsCenter, and usually lasts around three hours with an hour-long Baseball Tonight following the game leading up to the 11pm ET SportsCenter (1am ET for September games with Baseball Tonight moving to ESPN2 at 12am ET). The official name is ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball presented by Hankook Tire. Every April some broadcasts air on ESPN2 due to ESPN's priority with Wednesday's NBA coverage. Wednesday Night Baseball is not exclusive to ESPN. The teams' local broadcasters may still air the game. ESPNEWS is seen on ESPN during the game in the teams' designated markets, unless local broadcasters choose not to televise the game. ESPN's blackout (100-mile radius from the stadium, and all of a team's designated market) can be lifted in the latter scenario. On double-headers in September, due to the broadcast of Monday Night Football, either one of the Wednesday Night Baseball games will co-exist with the local markets' carriers and will not always be subject to blackout.
Baseball Tonight - Past - Netflix
Manny Acta: (color commentator: 2013–2015) Erin Andrews: (field reporter, 2008) Chris Berman: (play-by-play, 1990–2016, select games) Bonnie Bernstein: (field reporter, 2007, select games) Steve Berthiaume: (fill-in play-by-play, 2007–2012) Aaron Boone: (fill-in analyst, 2010–2017, for September games only) Jeff Brantley: (analyst, 2002–2005) Dave Campbell: (analyst, 1990–2002) Bob Carpenter: (play-by-play, 1990–2004) Duke Castiglione: (field reporter, 2006) Nomar Garciaparra: (analyst, 2010–2013) Doug Glanville: (analyst, 2013–2017) Pedro Gomez (field reporter, 2011–2014) Orel Hershiser: (analyst, 2001 and 2006–07; 2009–10 for September games) Tim Kurkjian: (field reporter, 2011–2014, for September games only) Barry Larkin: (fill-in analyst, 2013–2014) Buck Martinez: (analyst, 1992–2000 and 2002–05) Mark Mulder: (fill-in analyst, 2013–2015) Joe Morgan: (analyst, 1990–2010, select games) Dave O'Brien: (play-by-play, 2008–2012; 2013–2015, for September games only) Steve Phillips: (analyst, 2007) Curt Schilling: (color analyst, 2013–2016) Dan Shulman: (play-by-play, 1995–2007; 2009–10 for September games)
Baseball Tonight - References - Netflix