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List of ESPN Major League Baseball broadcasters

ESPN Major League Baseball broadcasters are listed below, including games broadcast only on ESPN currently and formerly.

Contents

  • Current broadcasts 1
    • Sunday Night Baseball 1.1
    • Monday Night Baseball 1.2
    • Wednesday Night Baseball 1.3
  • Former broadcasts 2
    • ESPN DayGame 2.1
    • Thursday Night Baseball 2.2
    • Friday Night Baseball 2.3
    • Tuesday Night Baseball 2.4
  • Personalities 3
    • Current 3.1
    • Former 3.2
    • ESPN MLB Division Series 3.3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Current broadcasts

Sunday Night Baseball


Monday Night Baseball


Wednesday Night Baseball

  • Note: Between 1990-2005, the Wednesday night telecast appeared as a doubleheader. That is why there are multiple play-by-play commentators and analysts listed from those years.

Former broadcasts

ESPN DayGame


Thursday Night Baseball


Friday Night Baseball


Tuesday Night Baseball


Personalities

Current

Former

ESPN MLB Division Series

See also

References

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