Thursday, January 1, 2009

The MLB Network

Tonight, the MLB Network premiered, and that being said, I spent about two hours watching it; thus, so far, so good with the network.

I have no idea what to expect from the network (it's only been on-air for four hours), but the sets look incredible, and I'm glad to see Harold Reynolds back on the small screen. I'd expect to find myself watching the network almost daily, especially during the dinner hours; however, it will take some time for me to ween off the Worldwide Sports Leader's "Baseball Tonight" when the action heats up in a few months.

I'm sure as the season comes upon us, the network will have more coverage than anyone can imagine, and the analysis should rival anything out there -- perfectly evident with the analysis of Jackie Robinson's steal of home in the '55 Fall Classic with Al Leiter, Reynolds, Barry Larkin and Jimmy Rollins (special guest) on the "Hot Stove Show". In addition, I also liked hearing the interview with Josh Hamilton with Al Leiter -- it was a great chat with a lot of perspective with the slugger who dazzled the sports world during the '08 All Star Game.

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