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Former managers Ozzie Guillen and Eric Wedge picked up the microphone for the show Baseball Tonight on ESPN.
According to TV by the Numbers, this is the 25th season of Baseball Tonight. Wedge will also be making appearances to other ESPN channels including Sports Center and ESPN Radio.
Wedge has managed 10 MLB seasons. He worked with the Seattle Mariners in 2013. He has gained accolades for his work, including winning the American League Manager of the Year award. Wedge also played four MLB seasons and was on the field with the Boston Red Sox and the Colorado Rockies.
ESPN also said on Monday that Dallas Braden will become a studio analyst for the nightly show. Braden is a baseball player who threw a perfect game for Oakland in 2010, according to the Associated Press.
ESPN’s Baseball Tonight: Sunday Night Countdown will be leaving the studio and taking it on the road. The tour will begin at Petco Park on March 30 when the Los Angeles Dodgers visit San Diego.