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[10/04/12 - 12:13 PM]
ESPN Radio to Nationally Broadcast Every 2012 MLB Postseason Game
This year marks ESPN Radio's 15th consecutive season as the exclusive national home of the Major League Baseball postseason.

[via press release from ESPN]

ESPN Radio to Nationally Broadcast Every 2012 MLB Postseason Game

Around-The-Clock Postseason Coverage across Baseball Tonight, SportsCenter & ESPN.com

ESPN Radio - in its 15th consecutive season as the exclusive national home of the Major League Baseball postseason - will broadcast every 2012 MLB postseason game. Coverage will begin with the two inaugural Wild Card games Friday, Oct. 5, and continue with all four League Division Series, both League Championship Series and exclusive coverage of the 108th World Series - starting Oct. 24. Here is the full 2012 MLB postseason schedule.

ESPN Radio round-by-round commentators - coverage start times will be available on ESPNRadio.com

Series Teams Commentators

AL Wild Card (Oct. 5) Baltimore Orioles - Texas Rangers Dan Shulman, Orel Hershiser

NL Wild Card (Oct. 5) St. Louis Cardinals - Atlanta Braves Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton

ALDS Detroit Tigers - Oakland Athletics Dave O'Brien, Aaron Boone

ALDS New York - Baltimore/Texas Shulman, Hershiser

NLDS San Francisco Giants - Cincinnati Reds Gm.'s 1-2: Gary Cohen, Rick Sutcliffe

Gm.'s 3-5: Chris Berman, Sutcliffe

NLDS Washington Nationals - San Francisco/Cincinnati Sciambi, Singleton

ALCS TBD - TBD Shulman, Hershiser

NLCS TBD - TBD Sciambi, Terry Francona

World Series NLCS Winner - ALCS Winner Shulman, Hershiser

ESPN Deportes Radio will broadcast both League Championship Series and the World Series. ESPN Deportes Radio commentators Eduardo Ortega, Renato Bermudez, Jose Francisco Rivera, Enrique Rojas, Pedro Garcia and Cristian Fermin Moreno will combine to describe the LCS action, while Ortega, Bermudez, Rivera and Rojas will call the World Series.

Baseball Tonight, SportsCenter & ESPN.com

ESPN will provide around-the-clock coverage of the 2012 MLB postseason across additional platforms, including Baseball Tonight, SportsCenter, ESPN.com and WatchESPN. MLB commentators appearing across platforms include Francona, Hershiser, Barry Larkin, John Kruk, Curt Schilling, Nomar Garciaparra, Karl Ravech, Boone, Sutcliffe, Mark Mulder, Jose Cruz, Jr., Buster Olney, Tim Kurkjian, Pedro Gomez, Jayson Stark, Jerry Crasnick, Jim Caple, Jim Bowden and more.

· Baseball Tonight: featuring breaking news, extensive highlights, exclusive interviews and analysis from ESPN's deep roster of MLB commentators during the postseason.

· SportsCenter: in-depth coverage of the 2012 MLB postseason, including game highlights, on-location reports from game sites, manager and player interviews, and appearances by ESPN MLB commentators throughout the day.

· ESPN.com: new-look MLB postseason page with scoreboard design, special series pages, onsite reporters, live chats, Baseball Tonight video analysis, expert predictions, scouting reports, stats and info reports, Twitter feeds, and photo galleries. In addition, special features will include The Josh Hamilton Paradox, Moment in Time (Sid Bream's slide in 1992), Second Guessing and more.

MLB postseason coverage on Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter is also available on WatchESPN.





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