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ESPN shakes up Sunday night baseball broadcast crew

Network is taking its “Baseball Tonight” show on the road to set it apart from MLB Network studio shows

BY MEL BRACHT, Staff Writer, Published: March 29, 2011
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ESPN has shaken up its “Sunday Night Baseball” broadcast crew, dropping two Hall of Famers and adding what holdover analyst Orel Hershiser calls two potential Hall of Famers.
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Team broadcasts available on cable in Oklahoma City.

St. Louis Cardinals: Fox Sports Plus, 152 games. Cox 3 also will carry about 110 games of those games. Broadcasters: Dan McLaughlin or Rick Horton on play-by-play and Al Hrabosky or Horton as analyst.

Texas Rangers: Fox Sports Oklahoma, 123 games; Fox Sports Plus, 4 games. Broadcasters: John Rhadigan (play-by-play), Tom Grieve (analyst), Jim Knox (reporter at home games)

Chicago Cubs: WGN, 65 games. Broadcasters: Len Kasper (play-by-play) and Bob Brenly (analyst).

Houston Astros: Fox Sports Oklahoma, 49 games; Fox Sports Plus, 3 games. Broadcasters: Bill Brown (play-by-play) and Jim Deshaies (analyst). Greg Lucas, Patti Smith and Bart Enis will alternate as reporters at home games.

Kansas City Royals: Fox Sports Plus, 35 games. Broadcasters: Ryan Lefebvre (play-by-play), Paul Splittorff and Frank White (analysts).

Chicago White Sox: WGN, 32 games. Broadcasters: Ken Harrelson (play-by-play) and Steve Stone (analyst).

Channels: Fox Sports Oklahoma (Cox 37, Cox 722 HD), Fox Sports Plus (Cox 267, Cox 715 HD); WGN (Cox 19, Cox 734 HD).

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