ESPN’s ‘Baseball Tonight’ at MLB Fan Cave on Tuesday, September 24

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Baseball Tonight

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ESPN’s Baseball Tonight at MLB Fan Cave September 24

ESPN’s Baseball Tonight is hitting the road for a special show at the MLB Fan Cave in New York on Tuesday, September 24, at 10 p.m. ET on ESPN2. The one-hour telecast will be hosted by Karl Ravech, who is celebrating his 20th anniversary with ESPN, and will include insights from Baseball Hall of Famer and ESPN analyst Barry Larkin and former manager and fellow ESPN analyst Manny Acta.

 

Baseball Tonight at the MLB Fan Cave will include highlights from the day in Major League Baseball, analysis on pennant and wild card races and a playoff-preview. The show will also feature a “man on the street” segment, in which Baseball Tonight producers will ask New Yorkers to describe the beards of various MLB players.

 

ESPN’s Baseball Tonight will also be available on computers, smartphones, tablets, Apple TV and Xbox via WatchESPN.

 

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