MLB Opening Day: March Madness In July

Major League Baseball’s 60-game sprint of a regular season opens with 16 national games in four days across ESPN, FOX, FS1, MLB Network and TBS. -ESPN Senior Vice President... See More

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Major League Baseball’s 60-game sprint of a regular season opens with 16 national games in four days across ESPN, FOX, FS1, MLB Network and TBS.
-ESPN Senior Vice President of Production and Remote Events Mark Gross lays out the logistics of televising games in the age of social distancing.
-ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball team of Matt Vasgersian and Alex Rodriguez can’t wait to eavesdrop on players and coaches during games.
-FOX studio host Kevin Burkhardt keeps hope alive for all 30 ballclubs in a shortened season.
-FOX Sports Executive Vice President and Head of Strategy Mike Mulvihill says Opening Day weekend will be a March Madness-like feast for fans.

Major League Baseball’s 60-game sprint of a regular season opens with 16 national games in four days across ESPN, FOX, FS1, MLB Network and TBS.
-ESPN Senior Vice President of Production and Remote Events Mark Gross lays out the logistics of televising games in the age of social distancing.
-ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball team of Matt Vasgersian and Alex Rodriguez can’t wait to eavesdrop on players and coaches during games.
-FOX studio host Kevin Burkhardt keeps hope alive for all 30 ballclubs in a shortened season.
-FOX Sports Executive Vice President and Head of Strategy Mike Mulvihill says Opening Day weekend will be a March Madness-like feast for fans.

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Stu Hothem

Stu Hothem has covered some of the biggest events in sports across TV, radio and the web. As a researcher with ABC, CBS and ESPN, he worked on the Super Bowl, Olympics, World Cup and X Games. At FOXSports.com, he integrated content and interactive features with FOX Sports broadcast and cable programming. He managed the editorial team at NASCAR.com and also worked in the sanctioning body’s integrated marketing communications department. His professional career began at WFAN, the nation’s first all-sports radio station, following his time at the Rutgers radio station as a play-by-play announcer, talk-show host and general manager.