ESPN Audio’s New MLB Podcast Lineup: Baseball Tonight w/Buster Olney, Behind The Dish w/Keith Law, Fantasy Focus Baseball

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ESPN Audio’s New MLB Podcast Lineup: Baseball Tonight w/Buster Olney, Behind The Dish w/Keith Law, Fantasy Focus Baseball

ESPN Audio is presenting a new Major League Baseball podcast lineup:  Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney; Behind The Dish with Keith Law; and Fantasy Focus Baseball. The new slate includes several ESPN MLB Insiders offering a variety of content, perspectives and styles for every type of baseball fan. ESPN podcasts are available at ESPNRadio.com’s PodCenter and on iTunes.

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney: Monday-Friday

  • Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney is a podcast hosted by the ESPN MLB Insider and provides listeners the “news reporter” perspective.
  • The podcast features baseball news and information discussion, analysis of top MLB storylines and special appearances by ESPN MLB Insiders, former MLB players and other baseball personalities.
  • Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney is posted by 11 a.m. ET.

Behind The Dish with Keith Law: Tuesdays

  • Behind The Dish with Keith Law is hosted by the ESPN MLB Insider and offers listeners the “front office” perspective.
  • The podcast features regular MLB front office guests, baseball writers, analysts and scouts.
  • Discussion topics will include top prospects, baseball analytics and statistical analysis.
  • Behind The Dish is posted Tuesdays by 3 p.m.

Fantasy Focus Baseball: Monday-Friday

  • Fantasy Focus Baseball provides listeners the “fantasy baseball” perspective.
  • The podcast features fantasy baseball player previews, game overviews, injury reports and strategy.
  • ESPN Fantasy experts Eric Karabell and Tristan H. Cockcroft will host the Friday show
  • ESPN Fantasy experts Nate Ravitz and Matthew Berry host Monday-Thursday shows
  • Fantasy Focus Baseball is posted by 11 a.m.

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Ben Cafardo

I lead communications strategy and execution for ESPN’s NBA, MLB, FIBA and Little League World Series properties. I’m also a proud consumer of all things ESPN.
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