ESPN Radio to Broadcast Every Pitch of the 2017 MLB Postseason

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Regular Baseball Tonight Episodes Throughout the Postseason

For its 20th consecutive season, ESPN Radio will broadcast the MLB Postseason. The MLB Postseason coverage on ESPN Radio presented by AutoZone culminates with the 113th World Series beginning Tuesday, Oct. 24. Play-by-play commentator Dan Shulman and analyst Aaron Boone will call the World Series on ESPN Radio. Marc Kestecher will be the voice of ESPN Radio’s pre and post-game coverage during the World Series. Kevin Winter and John Brickley will also rotate hosting throughout the postseason with Chris Singleton, Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian contributing reports.

Baseball Tonight presented by Chevrolet will have midnight episodes regularly throughout the postseason. The panel of MLB analysts, hosted by Karl Ravech, Adnan Virk or John Brickley, will breakdown the day’s events and preview the games ahead. Baseball Tonight’s full coverage plans for the World Series will be announced soon.

ESPN Radio’s postseason coverage continues today, Thursday, Oct. 5, with the Boston Red Sox and Mookie Betts visiting the Houston Astros and José Altuve at 3:30 p.m. ET. Iconic ESPN commentator Chris Berman and analyst Rick Sutcliffe will have the call for the American League Division Series between the Red Sox and Astros. At 7 p.m., the Cleveland Indians and Francisco Lindor host the New York Yankees and Aaron Judge, two days after the Yankees defeated the Minnesota Twins in the American League Wild Card Game. The ESPN Radio Sunday Night Baseball team of Jon Sciambi and Singleton will be in the booth for the series.

The National League Division Series begins Friday, Oct. 6, when the Chicago Cubs and Anthony Rizzo take on the Washington Nationals and Bryce Harper at 7 p.m. Dave Flemming and Jessica Mendoza will have the call of the series on ESPN Radio. At 10 p.m., the Los Angeles Dodgers and Cody Bellinger begin their series with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Paul Goldschmidt. The duo of Shulman and Boone will describe the action.

Sciambi and Singleton return for the American League Championship Series, with Shulman and Boone voicing the National League Championship Series. The ALCS and NLCS will begin Friday, Oct. 13, and Saturday, Oct. 14, respectively.

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