Every MLB Post-Season Game on ESPN Radio

ESPN
Radio’s coverage of the 2007 Major League Baseball post-season will be
highlighted by broadcasts of every game – Division Series through the World
Series – to more than 350 affiliates nationwide. Coverage will begin with the
start of the Division Series on Wednesday, Oct. 3 with a tripleheader – the
Colorado
Rockies at the
Philadelphia Phillies (2:35 p.m. ET), the Boston Red Sox hosting the Los
Angeles Angels of Anaheim (6 p.m.) and the Chicago Cubs visiting the Arizona
Diamondbacks (9:35 p.m.). This is ESPN Radio’s 10th season of regular- and
post-season Major League Baseball broadcasts.

ESPN
Radio’s Sunday Night Baseball team of Dan Shulman and Dave Campbell will
describe post-season action together for the sixth straight year, including
Division Series and League Championship Series games, as well as World Series
pre- and post-game analysis.

Jon Miller
and Joe Morgan will work their seventh straight LCS together and the World
Series. Miller has called every ESPN Radio World Series broadcast and will call
his first Division Series, while Morgan will work his eighth Fall Classic for
the network. Miller’s Division Series partner, Baseball Tonight’s Dusty Baker, made
his first ESPN appearance on ESPN Radio in 1999, broadcasting the
Mets-Diamondbacks Division Series.

ESPN
Radio’s 2007 MLB Post-Season Commentators:

Division
Series –

Los Angeles
/

Boston
– Dan Shulman and Dave Campbell

New York
Yankees / Cleveland – Jon Miller
and Dusty Baker

Chicago
Cubs /

Arizona
– Jon Sciambi and Buck Martinez

Colorado
/

Philadelphia
– Gary Thorne and Steve Phillips.

LCS –
Shulman and Campbell; Miller and Morgan.

World
Series – Miller and Morgan (game); Shulman, Campbell and Peter Pascarelli (pre-
and post-game).

Additional
ESPN MLB Post-Season Coverage:

Baseball
Tonight and SportsCenter

Baseball
Tonight will continue to provide highlights, news and information throughout
the post-season with nightly shows (generally at midnight ET). SportsCenter
will present reports from each series including comprehensive pre- and
post-game coverage featuring interviews and team news conferences. Baseball
reporters including Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian and Baseball Tonight and ESPN
Radio commentators will also contribute to SportsCenter’s post-season coverage.

ESPNEWS

ESPNEWS’
comprehensive coverage of the 2007 MLB post season will include in-depth
previews and reviews of every game, featuring all pre- and post-game news
conferences, as well as detailed statistical breakdowns (hit charts, pitching
charts, etc.) and full box scores. ESPNEWS will also present extended segments
with Baseball Tonight commentators and other ESPN baseball reporters and
analysts, as well as daily reports from each team’s beat writers.

ESPN.com

ESPN.com
will provide comprehensive coverage with series previews, expert predictions,
and reports from every game. Additionally, fans can partake in real-time,
in-game chats with ESPN.com baseball experts about the on-field action; catch
up on the latest news by watching the Baseball Tonight Minute, a daily
one-minute wrap up from the hosts of the TV show; and listen to the Baseball
Today podcast, in which Peter Pascarelli interviews top players and managers
from key series and sets up the day’s big games. Diamond Daily, a staple of the
site’s regular-season coverage offering daily MLB news and information, will
continue, along with added features such as an in-depth E-Ticket report on Alex
Rodriguez, Jayson Stark’s annual “Why (X) is Going to Win” column, and a close
examination of the current wild card format by Jerry Crasnick. The Inside Edge
will also provide detailed scouting data, including pitching report cards after
every game and the daily “Three Things to Watch” file. ESPN Insider will offer
the expertise of Scouts Inc’s Keith Law, who will break down the eight playoff
teams and outline what needs to happen for each team to advance.

ESPN
Classic

ESPN
Classic’s post-season baseball programming will include 14 hours of classic World
Series game coverage (seven hours each on Sunday, Oct. 21 and Saturday, Oct.
27). ESPN Classic will also televise eight hours of content on October 18 –
commemorating the 30th anniversary of Reggie Jackson’s three-home-run game
against the Dodgers during Game 6 of the 1977 World Series at 2 p.m., followed
by an airing of the entire season of The Bronx is Burning beginning at 4 p.m.

Thursday,
Oct. 18: 30th Anniversary of Reggie Jackson’s 3 Home Runs in World Series Game
6

2-4 p.m. 1977
World Series, Game 6: Dodgers @ Yankees

4
p.m.-midnight The
Bronx is Burning (entire
season)

Sunday,
Oct. 21 – World Series Comebacks

1-3p.m.
1975 World Series, Game 6: Reds @ Red Sox

3-4p.m.
1986 World Series, Game 6: Red Sox @ Mets

4-6p.m.
1996 World Series, Game 4: Yankees @ Braves

6-8p.m.
2002 World Series, Game 6: Giants @ Angels

Saturday,
Oct. 27 – World Series

1-2p.m.
1968 World Series, Game 1: Tigers @ Cardinals

2-3p.m.
1969 World Series, Game 5: Orioles @ Mets

3-4p.m.
1980 World Series, Game 6: Royals @ Phillies

4-5p.m.
1988 World Series, Game 1: A’s @ Dodgers

5-6p.m.
1991 World Series, Game 6: Braves @ Twins

6-7p.m.
1993 World Series, Game 6: Phillies @ Blue Jays

7-8p.m.
2001 World Series, Game 7: Yankees @ Diamondbacks

Additional
ESPN Classic Baseball Programming

Thursday,
Oct. 4 at 10 p.m. Top 5 Reasons … Barry Bonds for Being Barry Bonds

Thursday,
Oct. 4 at 10:30p.m. Top 5 Reasons … Steroids for the Home Run Explosion

Monday,
Oct. 8 at 10 p.m. Who’s #1?: Best World Series

Thursday,
Oct. 11 at 10 p.m. Top 5 Reasons … Jose Canseco for Outing MLB for Steroids

Thursday,
Oct. 11 at 10:30 p.m. Top 5 Reasons … Grady Little, for Red Sox Losing the 2003
ALCS

Sunday,
Oct. 14 at 4 p.m. Who’s #1?: Greatest Game 7’s

Sunday,
Oct. 14 at 5 p.m. Who’s #1?: Best Pennant Races

Sunday,
Oct. 14 at 6 p.m. Who’s #1?: Best MLB Teams

Sunday,
Oct. 14 at 7p.m. Who’s #1?: Best World Series

Monday,
Oct. 15 at 10 p.m. Who’s #1?: Best MLB Teams

Monday,
Oct. 22 at 10 p.m. Who’s #1?: Greatest Game 7’s

Thursday,
Oct. 25 at 10 p.m. Top 5 Reasons … Mitch Williams for the Phillies Losing 1993
WS

ESPN
International

The
ESPN-owned North American Sports Network (NASN), a London-based European sports
network, will present comprehensive MLB post-season coverage, including every
Division Series, LCS and World Series game, ESPN’s Baseball Tonight and the
weekly This Week in Baseball.

ESPN MVP

ESPN
alerts will be sent to fans across all wireless carriers for all playoff games,
keeping fans up-to-date with every scoring play, inning update, and final
score. Fans with ESPN MVP can receive the information as multimedia alerts. In
addition to the Gamecast, where fans can follow games pitch-by-pitch, ESPN MVP
will feature series pages which will allow fans to track playoff series scores,
stories, and stats.

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