ESPN has provided a slideshow which you’ll see below on what its MLB announcers are saying about the end of the regular season. We also have ESPN’s coverage plans for the MLB Postseason plus a few other notes about the games.
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Comprehensive MLB Postseason Coverage Across ESPN Platforms; Every Game on ESPN Radio
ESPN MLB commentators John Kruk, Bobby Valentine, Orel Hershiser, Curt Schilling, Barry Larkin, Nomar Garciaparra, Rick Sutcliffe, Aaron Boone, Chris Singleton, Karl Ravech and Dan Shulman share insight on a variety of topics related to the end of the regular season and start of the postseason:
ESPN’s Comprehensive MLB Postseason Coverage
- ESPN Radio will exclusively broadcast every game of the postseason nationally including the World Series;
- Nightly Baseball Tonight telecasts throughout the postseason;
- SportsCenter – daily highlights, news and information, and analysis including segments with Baseball Tonight commentator and reports from game sites;
- ESPN.com — news coverage, predictions, live chats, blogs and special interactive features including the SportsNation playoff bracket;
- Extensive content on social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter;
- ESPN International – postseason schedules includes all NLCS and World Series games;
- ESPN Classic – memorable World Series games, classic conversations and SportsCentury telecasts.
ESPN MLB Regular-Season Audience Increases Across Platforms
- Entering Wednesday, ESPN was up three percent in viewers (1,434,000 vs. 1,386,000);
- Sunday Night Baseball finished the season up five percent among viewers (2,294,000 vs. 2,177,000);
- MLB content on ESPN’s mobile properties is up 27 percent in total minutes and 20 percent in visits compared to 2010;
- ESPN.com’s MLB section is up 25 percent in total minutes and 17 percent in visits over last year.