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 25/11/2020  20:00-20:30  (30) 
Hot Stove
Baby, it might be cold outside, and the springtime sounds of bats hitting balls are months away. What better way for baseball fans to cure the winter blues than to gather around the "Hot Stove" and warm up to the news of the offseason? MLB Network has all the angles covered for all 30 teams, from trades and free agent signings to the juicy rumors that percolate throughout, especially at the annual Winter Meetings in December. A host of former players, including Joe Magrane, Al Leiter, Sean Casey and Dan Plesac, analyze the news, supplemented by insider information from journalists Jon Heyman, Tom Verducci and Peter Gammons, among others.
 25/11/2020  20:30-21:00  (30) 
Intentional Talk [NEW]
MLB Network's first-ever talk show features some talk and a lot of banter each weekday for hosts Chris Rose and Kevin Millar, who discuss between themselves and with others associated with baseball what's hot and what's not in and around the national pastime. They also run out of the baseline at times when they welcome guests from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture. Rose is well known for batting topics around as the longtime host of Fox Sports' wacky "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," while Millar gained fame as a member of the 2004 world champion Boston Red Sox.
 25/11/2020  21:00-22:00  (60) 
MLB Now
The hourlong weekday afternoon "MLB Now" presents the day's top stories in baseball by spanning the sport's cultural divide. Host Brian Kenny discusses the issues and provides analysis, with a bent toward modern analytics to prove his points. The series also features interviews with personalities throughout the game, and viewer opinions are welcome as well via social media polls.
 25/11/2020  22:00-22:30  (30) 
Intentional Talk
MLB Network's first-ever talk show features some talk and a lot of banter each weekday for hosts Chris Rose and Kevin Millar, who discuss between themselves and with others associated with baseball what's hot and what's not in and around the national pastime. They also run out of the baseline at times when they welcome guests from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture. Rose is well known for batting topics around as the longtime host of Fox Sports' wacky "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," while Millar gained fame as a member of the 2004 world champion Boston Red Sox.
 25/11/2020  22:30-23:00  (30) 
High Heat
Chris Russo has never been afraid to bring the heat as a radio host. Nicknamed "Mad Dog," he shows real passion for sports when the subject is baseball. Hearing him rant on satellite radio is one thing; seeing him is electrifying, which is why MLB Network collared Mad Dog to talk hardball each weekday. The hourlong studio show begins with Russo's monologue on the day's big headlines, then accelerates to league news with a roster of contributors including analysts Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Harold Reynolds, Bill Ripken, insider Tom Verducci, and national/local beat writers and broadcasters.
 25/11/2020  23:00-00:00  (60) 
MLB Tonight [NEW]
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  00:00-00:30  (30) 
MLB Now
The hourlong weekday afternoon "MLB Now" presents the day's top stories in baseball by spanning the sport's cultural divide. Host Brian Kenny discusses the issues and provides analysis, with a bent toward modern analytics to prove his points. The series also features interviews with personalities throughout the game, and viewer opinions are welcome as well via social media polls.
 26/11/2020  00:30-01:00  (30) 
Intentional Talk
MLB Network's first-ever talk show features some talk and a lot of banter each weekday for hosts Chris Rose and Kevin Millar, who discuss between themselves and with others associated with baseball what's hot and what's not in and around the national pastime. They also run out of the baseline at times when they welcome guests from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture. Rose is well known for batting topics around as the longtime host of Fox Sports' wacky "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," while Millar gained fame as a member of the 2004 world champion Boston Red Sox.
 26/11/2020  01:00-03:30  (150) 
Baseball: A Film by Ken Burns
The nation undergoes turbulent changes from 1960 to 1970, as does baseball -- Babe Ruth's home run record is challenged by Roger Maris and pitchers dominate the game.
 26/11/2020  03:30-04:30  (60) 
MLB Tonight
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  04:30-05:30  (60) 
MLB Now
The hourlong weekday afternoon "MLB Now" presents the day's top stories in baseball by spanning the sport's cultural divide. Host Brian Kenny discusses the issues and provides analysis, with a bent toward modern analytics to prove his points. The series also features interviews with personalities throughout the game, and viewer opinions are welcome as well via social media polls.
 26/11/2020  05:30-06:30  (60) 
MLB Tonight
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  06:30-07:30  (60) 
MLB Now
The hourlong weekday afternoon "MLB Now" presents the day's top stories in baseball by spanning the sport's cultural divide. Host Brian Kenny discusses the issues and provides analysis, with a bent toward modern analytics to prove his points. The series also features interviews with personalities throughout the game, and viewer opinions are welcome as well via social media polls.
 26/11/2020  07:30-08:30  (60) 
MLB Tonight
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  08:30-09:30  (60) 
MLB Now
The hourlong weekday afternoon "MLB Now" presents the day's top stories in baseball by spanning the sport's cultural divide. Host Brian Kenny discusses the issues and provides analysis, with a bent toward modern analytics to prove his points. The series also features interviews with personalities throughout the game, and viewer opinions are welcome as well via social media polls.
 26/11/2020  09:30-10:00  (30) 
Intentional Talk
MLB Network's first-ever talk show features some talk and a lot of banter each weekday for hosts Chris Rose and Kevin Millar, who discuss between themselves and with others associated with baseball what's hot and what's not in and around the national pastime. They also run out of the baseline at times when they welcome guests from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture. Rose is well known for batting topics around as the longtime host of Fox Sports' wacky "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," while Millar gained fame as a member of the 2004 world champion Boston Red Sox.
 26/11/2020  10:00-11:00  (60) 
MLB Tonight
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  11:00-12:00  (60) 
MLB Tonight
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  12:00-13:00  (60) 
MLB Tonight
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  13:00-14:00  (60) 
MLB Tonight
When they're not tuning in to the games themselves, baseball fans know where to turn for their nightly baseball fix. MLB Network's signature program, "MLB Tonight" presents complete coverage of all of the games, beginning with the first pitch on the East Coast and ending with the final out on the West Coast. The Emmy-winning studio show features highlights, live look-ins and breaking news, plus analysis from a rotating roster that includes former players Eric Byrnes, Al Leiter, Dan Plesac, Billy Ripken and Mike Lowell, and inside information men Tom Verducci, Jon Heyman, Peter Gammons and Ken Rosenthal. Greg Amsinger, Brian Kenny and Matt Vasgersian are among the hosts.
 26/11/2020  14:00-15:00  (60) 
The Sounds of Baseball
A compilation of some of Jack Buck's greatest calls with additional commentary by Bob Costas and Tom Verducci.
 26/11/2020  15:00-16:00  (60) 
The Sounds of Baseball
A compilation of some of Bob Uecker's greatest calls with additional commentary from Bob Costas and Tom Verducci.
 26/11/2020  16:00-17:00  (60) 
The Sounds of Baseball
Showcasing notable calls and moments from iconic Major League Baseball play-by-play announcers.
 26/11/2020  17:00-18:00  (60) 
The Sounds of Baseball
A compilation of some of Joe Garagiola's greatest calls with additional commentary from Bob Costas and Tom Verducci.
 26/11/2020  18:00-19:00  (60) 
The Sounds of Baseball
A compilation of Al Michaels' greatest calls with additional commentary from Bob Costas and Tom Verducci.
 26/11/2020  19:00-21:00  (120) 
The Bad News Bears
Hard-drinking, ex-minor-league hopeful Morris Buttermaker (Walter Matthau) grumpily agrees to coach a Little League team at the behest of lawyer-councilman Bob Whitewood (Ben Piazza), who has a vendetta against the league for excluding his marginally talented son from play. After failing with his new team of misfits, Buttermaker enlists feisty and gifted pitcher Amanda Whurlitzer (Tatum O'Neal) to lead the charge -- but can he find the luck and patience to whip these outcasts into shape?
 26/11/2020  21:00-23:00  (120) 
The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training
In this sequel, the Bears are invited to Houston to play against the Texas Little League champs in the famous Astrodome. However, one of their best players has a broken leg and cannot play. Also, the team's last manager has quit, and they have no replacement. While they are on the road, driver and outfielder Kelly Leak (Jackie Earle Haley) seeks out his divorced father, Mike (William Devane), who lives in Texas, to see if he will agree to become the team's new manager.
 26/11/2020  23:00-00:00  (60) 
Field of Dreams: 25 Years Later
Bob Costas interviews award-winning actor Kevin Costner about his role in one of the most beloved baseball films, "Field of Dreams" in Dyersville, Iowa at the 25th anniversary celebration of the film's release.
 27/11/2020  00:00-02:00  (120) 
Field of Dreams
When Iowa farmer Ray (Kevin Costner) hears a mysterious voice one night in his cornfield saying "If you build it, he will come," he feels the need to act. Despite taunts of lunacy, Ray builds a baseball diamond on his land, supported by his wife, Annie (Amy Madigan). Afterward, the ghosts of great players start emerging from the crops to play ball, led by "Shoeless" Joe Jackson. But, as Ray learns, this field of dreams is about much more than bringing former baseball greats out to play.
 27/11/2020  02:00-05:00  (180) 
The Natural
On the way to a tryout with the Chicago Cubs, young baseball phenom Roy Hobbs (Robert Redford) is shot by the unstable Harriet Bird (Barbara Hershey). After 16 years, Hobbs returns to pro baseball as a rookie for the last-place New York Knights. Despite early arguments with his manager, Pop Fisher (Wilford Brimley), Hobbs becomes one of the best players in the league, and the Knights start winning. But this upsets the Judge (Robert Prosky), their owner, who wants Hobbs to lose games, not win.
 27/11/2020  05:00-06:00  (60) 
MLB Network Presents
Stars and legends from across the sports and entertainment landscape discuss Ken Griffey Jr.'s generational talent, which transcended baseball and made him one of sports' most famous athletes.
 27/11/2020  06:00-07:00  (60) 
MLB Network Presents
Long before the likes of Big Papi, Pedro, and Manny, and even before the heartbreak of Buckner and the image of Fisk waving the ball fair, Red Sox Nation as we know it began 50 years ago with the Impossible Dream of 1967.
 27/11/2020  07:00-08:00  (60) 
MLB Network Presents
A documentary focusing on Hall Of Famer Tony Gwynn, and his amazing talents both on and off the field.
 27/11/2020  08:00-09:00  (60) 
MLB Network Presents
Part of the famous "We Are Family" 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates team, Dave Parker was widely regarded as one of the best ballplayers in the 1970s and a mentor to many African-American ballplayers, including Barry Larkin, Eric Davis and Gary Sheffield.
 27/11/2020  09:00-10:00  (60) 
MLB Network Presents
An in-depth and intimate look at Johnny Bench's Hall of Fame playing career and his life now as a father to two young sons. Narrated by Emmy-winning actor Martin Sheen.