Major League Baseball’s annual All-Star Game is returning to ESPN Radio again this year.
The Worldwide Leader in Sports announced Thursday that for the 21st consecutive year, ESPN Radio will serve as the national radio broadcast home of the league’s annual mid-season spectacular, which is scheduled to be played July 17. Broadcast of Tuesday’s All-Start showcase is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET. The broadcast will also stream online via the ESPN App.
The ESPN Radio broadcast team of Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton will have the call for Tuesday night’s game. Reporters Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian will also be on hand for all of the latest in-game news and interviews.
While coverage officially starts at 8 p.m., ESPN’s coverage of the All-Star game starts early in the day with live coverage on SportsCenter AM with host Pedro Gomez. Coverage continues at 4 p.m. ET with a special 90-minute edition of Baseball Tonight: Around The Cage anchored by Karl Ravech. He will be joined by analysts Marx Teixeira David Ross, Eduardo Perez and Tim Kurkjian for additional commentary.
Pardon The Interruption and SportsCenter continue ESPN’s pre-game coverage from 5:30 – 7 with PTI up first from 5:30 – 6. It will broadcast live from Nationals Park. Keith Olbermann and Karl Ravech will co-host SportsCenter from 6 – 7 on ESPN live from Nationals Park.
A half-hour Baseball Tonight: 2018 All-Star Game Preview Show airs at 7 p.m. with Ravech hosting and Teixeira and Ross serving as analysts once again leading into Tuesday night’s game.
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