24/7 Baseball: MLB Network Debut

Ty JacksonContributor IJanuary 4, 2009

Any baseball fan who pays attention to during the offseason will see adds and a countdown clock to MLB Network a new in house baseball TV station. Viewers will see the faces of Matt Vasgersian, Al Leiter (pictured), and Harold Reynolds among others.

Some service providers to include the channel are Verizon Fios, DirecTV, Comcast as well as 30 something others. So far the channel shows programs about all time greats such as Roberto Clemente, greatest plays, and even the 2004 Boston Red Sox postseason run.

The network will show the 2009 World Baseball Classic and chosen matchups throughout the season. As well as a recap of every day on a show call MLB Tonight. MLB Network will be a treat to any fan who loves baseball.

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