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« Topic Start: November 22, 2008, 07:53:11 PM »
anyone else can't freakin wait for this thing to launch?  :worship: :worship:

MLB Network Members

    * Trenni Kusnierek: Former Milwaukee Brewers sideline reporter for FSN Wisconsin, will serve as a reporter. [6]
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    * Matt Vasgersian: Former San Diego Padres television announcer, Vasgersian will be the 'voice of MLB Network' and the lead host of both MLB Tonight and Hot Stove. [7]
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    * Al Leiter: Former MLB player and YES Network television announcer, will be on MLB Tonight and Hot Stove. [8](Image removed from quote.)

    * Harold Reynolds: Former MLB player and Baseball Tonight analyst, will be on MLB Tonight and Hot Stove.[9](Image removed from quote.)

    * Hazel Mae: Former host of SportsDesk on NESN, will serve as a reporter. [10]
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    * Joe Magrane: Former MLB player and Tampa Bay Rays color commentator for FSN Florida. His position is as yet unknown.
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    * MLB Tonight: The signature show of MLB Network, which will air Monday thru Saturday from 6pm Eastern until the final MLB game of the night is over. The show will feature live look-ins, updates, highlights, news and analysis.[12]
    * Hot Stove: During the offseason, Hot Stove will be the signature program on MLB Network, airing at 7pm Monday thru Friday. It will feature news reports and analysis of all offseason moves as teams prepare for the upcoming season.[13]
    * World Baseball Classic Tonight: Debuting in late February 2009, World Baseball Classic Tonight will feature highlights, analysis and special reports on the tournament.

no more Buster f*ckin Olney, no more Karl "Yes, it's the Nats" Ravech on my TV! f*ck BBTN.

MLB Network needs to get at Orel Hershiser though. He's really the only great thing on BBTN.