With pitchers and catchers reporting this week, MLB Network is set to deliver more than 200 games, on-site reporting and its 30 Clubs in 30 Days series throughout Spring Training for the next six weeks. Two live games will air Saturday, Feb. 22 to begin MLB Network’s Spring Training game schedule, including the New York Yankees against the Toronto Blue Jays at 1 p.m. ET, followed by the 2019 World Series champion Washington Nationals vs. the Houston Astros at 6 p.m. ET. Starting on Feb. 22, MLB Network will air at least one live game for the 31 out of 32 days, and the complete schedule of MLB Network’s Spring Training game telecasts presented by Best Western Hotels & Resorts can be viewed here*.
13 MLB Network personalities will contribute on-site to MLB Network’s Spring Training series 30 Clubs in 30 Days presented by Camping World, which begins on Friday, Feb. 21 and runs through Saturday, March 21. The series brings viewers comprehensive coverage from camps across Arizona and Florida in daily installments on MLB Tonight and in content across MLB Network’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter platforms. Analysts Sean Casey, Mark DeRosa, Al Leiter, Cliff Floyd, Carlos Peña, Dan Plesac and Harold Reynolds will join hosts Greg Amsinger, Scott Braun, Fran Charles, Robert Flores, Brian Kenny and Heidi Watney at each camp to conduct on-field demonstrations and interviews with players, managers and coaches, and provide previews and predictions for the 2020 season. MLBPipeline.com prospect experts Jim Callis, Jonathan Mayo and Mike Rosenbaum will join 30 Clubs in 30 Days presented by Camping World throughout Spring Training to discuss each club’s farm system and take a closer look at top prospects. The Nationals will be featured first Feb. 21, and the complete 30 Clubs in 30 Days presented by Camping World schedule is available here*.
MLB Network’s annual ranking of the best players in the game on Top 100 Players Right Now! presented by Topps Now continues tonight at 9 p.m. ET. MLB Network’s Greg Amsinger, Sean Casey and Ron Darling will rank players 60-21 tonight based on player performance over the past several seasons with an emphasis on 2019 and projected 2020 performance. Last night, players 100-81 and 80-61 were ranked across two episodes, and the six-part series will conclude with a live announcement of the top-10 players tomorrow at 10 p.m. ET. Content televised during 30 Clubs in 30 Days presented by Camping World on MLB Tonight will be made available through video on demand with distributors nationwide, including Spectrum, Xfinity, Altice/Optimum, Cox Communications, YouTube TV and Verizon Fios, as well as at MLBNetwork.com/30Clubs30Days.
* Each Spring Training game aired on MLB Network will be a carriage of local telecasts, including local announcers, and blacked out in each club’s home market unless otherwise noted.