Baseball Tonight Hits The Road for 2016 Baseball Winter Meetings

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Baseball Tonight Hits The Road for 2016 Baseball Winter Meetings

ESPN’s Baseball Tonight will hit the road for two daily shows on site at the 2016 Baseball Winter Meetings, Monday, Dec. 5 through Wednesday, Dec. 7. The 30-minute telecasts will air at 6:30 p.m. ET and midnight, generally on ESPN2. The core Baseball Tonight team will include host Karl Ravech with analyst Aaron Boone and ESPN MLB insiders Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian.

The Baseball Tonight set will be located inside the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Md. The Baseball Winter Meetings is the largest annual gathering of baseball executives, staff and media and occurs during the pinnacle of baseball’s “Hot Stove” when several trades and free agent signings are made.

Wide-ranging coverage of the Baseball Winter Meetings will be provided by ESPN’s deep roster of MLB insiders and reporters, who will be documenting all of the breaking news, trades and free agent signings for ESPN.com, Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter. The roster includes Keith Law, Jayson Stark, Jim Bowden, Jerry Crasnick, Jesse Rogers, Andrew Marchand, Scott Lauber, Adam Rubin, Eddie Matz, Mark Saxon, Doug Padilla and more.

Additionally, ESPN reporter Pedro Gomez will be on site through Thursday, Dec. 8, providing updates for SportsCenter.

Baseball Tonight is also available on WatchESPN and the ESPN app. Fans can follow @BBTN on Twitter for breaking news updates.

Baseball Tonight schedule

Date Time (ET) Network
Mon, Dec. 5 6:30 p.m. ESPNEWS
  12 a.m. (midnight) ESPN2
Tue, Dec. 6 6:30 p.m. ESPN2
  12 a.m. (midnight) ESPN2
Wed, Dec. 7 6:30 p.m. ESPN2
  12 a.m. (midnight) ESPN2

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Media contacts: Ben Cafardo at [email protected] or 860-766-3496. On twitter: @Ben_ESPN;

Michael Skarka at [email protected] or 860-766-1342 On twitter: @Michael_ESPN.

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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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