MLB Network Adds On-Air Talent

Nov 12, 2008  •  Post A Comment

MLB Network has added more on-air talent in preparation for its Jan. 1 launch.
Baseball veterans Al Leiter and Harold Reynolds have been named studio analysts for the new network. Trenni Kusnierek and Hazel Mae have been named reporters.
The new staffers join Matt Vasgersian, who hosts the network’s signature series “MLB Tonight” and the off-season show “Hot Stove.”
“The high caliber of on-air talent that we have been able to secure will ensure that our fans will enjoy informative and entertaining telecasts,” said Tony Petitti, president-CEO of MLB Network, in a statement.
The live “MLB Tonight” will begin at 6 p.m. ET and run through the final MLB game of the night, Monday through Saturday; it will be based out of MLB Network’s headquarters in Secaucus, N.J. In addition to live look-ins at games in progress, it will offer updates, highlights and analysis. “Hot Stove” will air weekdays during the off-season at 7 p.m. ET and feature news, reports and analysis of the moves clubs are making and planning in preparation for the upcoming season.

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