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Power Alley

Former General Manager Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin discuss the big baseball news of the day, talk to players and executives from around baseball and take your calls all morning at 866-MLB-ONXM.

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Power Alley

Power Alley

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3 hrs

Former General Manager Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin discuss the big baseball news of the day, talk to players and executives

Former General Manager Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin discuss the big baseball news of the day, talk to players and executives from around baseball and take your calls all morning at 866-MLB-ONXM.

MLB Spring Training Tour

MLB Spring Training Tour

Next Airs Today at 1 pm
1 hr

MLB Network Radio's Tour of Spring Training

MLB Network Radio's Tour of Spring Training

Loud Outs

Loud Outs

Next Airs Today at 2 pm
3 hrs

Former Outfielder Ryan Spilborghs, World Champion Brad Lidge and 10-year MLB Veteran, CJ Nitkowski, Kevin Frandsen, and Chri

Former Outfielder Ryan Spilborghs, World Champion Brad Lidge and 10-year MLB Veteran, CJ Nitkowski, Kevin Frandsen, and Chris Gimenez bring you fast paced baseball talk directly from the players.

The Fantasy Dugout

The Fantasy Dugout

Next Airs Today at 6 pm
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Former General Manager Steve Phillips brings you Fantasy Baseball like you've never heard before. Hear draft strategies and

Former General Manager Steve Phillips brings you Fantasy Baseball like you've never heard before. Hear draft strategies and player breakdowns from the GM as he gets you ready to draft a winning team.

The Leadoff Spot

The Leadoff Spot

Next Airs Tomorrow at 7 am
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Steve Phillips, Eduardo Perez, and Xavier Scruggs give listeners a front row seat as a former front office executive and for

Steve Phillips, Eduardo Perez, and Xavier Scruggs give listeners a front row seat as a former front office executive and former player discuss and debate baseball’s headline stories, teams and players.

MLB Tonight

MLB Tonight

Next Airs Tomorrow at 6 pm
1 hr

Previews and recaps of MLB action by: Peter Gammons, Harold Reynolds, Ken Rosenthal, Dan Plesac, Bill Ripken, and more.

Previews and recaps of MLB action by: Peter Gammons, Harold Reynolds, Ken Rosenthal, Dan Plesac, Bill Ripken, and more.

Remember When

Remember When

Next Airs Saturday at 8 am
2 hrs

Join Ed Randall and former manager, Kevin Kennedy,i for wide-ranging conversations on baseball's rich and fascinating histor

Join Ed Randall and former manager, Kevin Kennedy,i for wide-ranging conversations on baseball's rich and fascinating history as they talk with legendary players and personalities. Take a trip with Randall and Kennedy along the base paths and down Memory Lane when they take your calls each week.

Home Plate

Home Plate

Next Airs Saturday at 1 pm
3 hrs

We'll preview tonight's games, discuss the latest news about your team and react to all of the weekend action. Your calls a

We'll preview tonight's games, discuss the latest news about your team and react to all of the weekend action. Your calls are welcome all show at 866 MLB ON XM.

MLBNR: Rotowire Fantasy Baseball

MLBNR: Rotowire Fantasy Baseball

Next Airs Saturday at 4 pm
1 hr

The best Fantasy Baseball experts help you win your league with Rotowire Fantasy Baseball.

The best Fantasy Baseball experts help you win your league with Rotowire Fantasy Baseball.

Behind the Numbers: Baseball SABR Style on SiriusXM

Behind the Numbers: Baseball SABR Style on SiriusXM

Next Airs Saturday at 5 pm
1 hr

Host Vince Gennaro, SABR's President, hosts this weekly show that focuses on examining and interpreting the statistical anal

Host Vince Gennaro, SABR's President, hosts this weekly show that focuses on examining and interpreting the statistical analysis that plays a critical role in baseball today.

MLBNR: Week in Review

MLBNR: Week in Review

Next Airs Sunday at 3 am
1 hr

A look back at the week that was in Major League Baseball through the guests and analysts who appeared on MLB Network Radio.

A look back at the week that was in Major League Baseball through the guests and analysts who appeared on MLB Network Radio.

Minors and Majors w/ Grant Paulsen

Minors and Majors w/ Grant Paulsen

Next Airs Sunday at 8 am
2 hrs

Grant Paulsen takes you inside the Minor Leagues and their journey to the big leagues

Grant Paulsen takes you inside the Minor Leagues and their journey to the big leagues

Front Office

Front Office

Next Airs Sunday at 10 am
3 hrs

Join Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette as MLB Network Radio's resident General Managers talk about the biggest issues facing your

Join Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette as MLB Network Radio's resident General Managers talk about the biggest issues facing your team and take your calls at 866 MLB ON XM. You'll hear interviews with baseball's executives and insider information out of the Front Office.

MLB Roundtrip with Perfect Game

MLB Roundtrip with Perfect Game

Next Airs Sunday at 4 pm
1 hr

Daron Sutton hosts the only show devoted to amateur baseball with an eye on future MLB Drafts. This guest driven show provid

Daron Sutton hosts the only show devoted to amateur baseball with an eye on future MLB Drafts. This guest driven show provides a great perspective on the future of the game.

High Heat with Christopher Russo

High Heat with Christopher Russo

Next Airs Monday at 1 pm
1 hr

Christopher Russo’s MLB Network Show is a fast paced one hour weekday discussion on all 30 MLB clubs featuring interviews wi

Christopher Russo’s MLB Network Show is a fast paced one hour weekday discussion on all 30 MLB clubs featuring interviews with players and club personnel. Russo will be joined by a rotating group of MLB Network analysts including Al Leiter, Bill Ripken, Dan Plesac and more.

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Unassisted

Next Airs Monday at 2 pm
1 hr

Two-time Emmy Award Winning broadcaster Jenny Cavnar gives her take on the world of the baseball, with unique insight and in

Two-time Emmy Award Winning broadcaster Jenny Cavnar gives her take on the world of the baseball, with unique insight and interviews with players, coaches, managers, and experts around the league.

MLB Roundtrip

MLB Roundtrip

Next Airs Monday at 7 pm
3 hrs

MLB Roundtrip recaps the day in baseball. Hear postgame interviews, the day's best highlights, expert analysis and talk abo

MLB Roundtrip recaps the day in baseball. Hear postgame interviews, the day's best highlights, expert analysis and talk about your team at 866-MLB-ON-XM.

Inside Pitch

Inside Pitch

Next Airs Monday at 10 pm
3 hrs

Catch up on the latest around Major League Baseball, with timely guests and your phone calls are part of the mix. Get in the

Catch up on the latest around Major League Baseball, with timely guests and your phone calls are part of the mix. Get in the game by calling 866-MLB-ONXM.

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Jim Bowden

Jim Bowden

When he became GM for the Reds in 1992 at the age of 31, Bowden was the youngest general manager in MLB. He eventually led the Reds to a 96-win season with one of the smallest payrolls. Prior to joining SiriusXM, Bowden was a host on Fox Sports Radio and worked as an analyst and co-host for ESPN.

Also appears on Fantasy Sports Radio 

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Jenny Cavnar

Jenny Cavnar is in her fifteenth season covering MLB. The four-time Emmy Award winner spent five seasons (2007–2011) in San Diego covering the San Diego Padres. She is currently in her tenth season as the host of the Rockies Pregame Report and the Rockies Postgame Show, as well as backup play-by-play announcer for AT&T SportsNet. Cavnar made baseball history in 2018 as the first woman in 25 years to do play-by-play for an MLB game. In 2015, she was the first female to provide analysis for a series of NL games in the radio booth. Born and raised in Aurora, CO, Cavnar attended Colorado State University where she was the captain of the women’s club lacrosse team.

Jim Duquette

Jim Duquette

Prior to joining SiriusXM, Jim Duquette served as Vice President for Baseball Operations for the Baltimore Orioles, and worked in nearly every front office position for the New York Mets—from assistant for the team’s scouting and minor league departments to senior vice president of the franchise.

Mike Ferrin

Ferrin’s radio career began in 1996 as a classic rock DJ in Dubuque, Iowa. He later served as sports director for WLOI/WCOE in LaPorte, Indiana, and as a sports producer, anchor, and field producer at WGN Radio in Chicago. Ferrin was added to the SiriusXM roster during the 2007 All-Star Break.

Kevin Frandsen

A member of Washington’s 2014 National League East Division championship team, Kevin Frandsen joined MASN and the Nationals in 2022 after four seasons as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies radio broadcast team. He was hired by Philadelphia in 2018 and worked select road games on the Phillies Radio Network before his role expanded in 2019 to include the majority of the road schedule along with several home broadcasts. Since 2019, Frandsen has also hosted shows on MLB Network Radio. From 2016 to 2019, Frandsen worked on AM radio in the San Francisco Bay area. He co-hosted “KNBR Tonight” KNBR 680 AM and, prior to that, spent a year as co-host for KNBR 1050 AM’s morning drive show, “The Audible.” Frandsen is a veteran of nine Major League seasons with the San Francisco Giants (2006- 09, 2015), Los Angeles Angels (2010), Philadelphia Phillies (2012-13) and Washington Nationals (2014). A versatile defender and utility player, he saw action at second base, third base, first base, outfield, shortstop and designated hitter during his Major League career. Frandsen is a native of San Jose, Calif. and was selected in the 12th round of th 2004 First-Year Player Draft out of San Jose State University where he set the all-time record for career hits (246). Following the passing of his brother DJ in 2004, the Frandsen family started the 19 For Life Foundation, created to celebrate the gift that DJ Frandsen was to his family, friends and his community. The 19 For Life Foundation is a lasting legacy to DJ’s beliefs in giving back, making a difference, being a man for others and never giving up. Kevin and his wife Amanda live in Haddon Heights, N.J., with their daughter Tenley and son Daylen Jon (“DJ”).

Jeff Joyce

Jeff Joyce was born and raised in Massachusetts, and his passion for sports and baseball was formed while spending time with his grandfather. Joyce’s broadcast credentials include WWTM, Worcester, MA; ESPN Radio; and, most recently, WEEI, Boston.

Kevin Kennedy

Kevin Kennedy was manager of the Texas Rangers (1993–94) and the Boston Red Sox (1995–96). Kennedy joined FOX Sports in 1999 as its MLB studio analyst and was nominated for two Emmy® Awards. Prior to joining FOX, Kevin spent two years at ESPN Radio as a color analyst.

Tyler Kepner

Tyler Kepner has been the national baseball columnist for The New York Times since 2010. He has covered the Yankees (2002-09) and the Mets (2000-01) for the Times, the Mariners (1999) for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and the Angels (1998) for the Riverside Press-Enterprise. He attended Vanderbilt University, and started his baseball writing career at age 13 with a self-published monthly magazine in his hometown of Philadelphia. He has a wife, four children, and a dog named Lefty.

Jensen Lewis

Jensen Lewis

Jensen Lewis is a multi-faceted, on-air personality who joined the Guardians (then Indians) broadcast team in 2013. Lewis’s primary role is co-host and analyst on Guardians Live on Bally Sports Great Lakes, the pre- and post-game shows for Cleveland Guardians telecasts. He also appears on the Guardians in-game television broadcasts. Lewis graduated from Anderson High School in Cincinnati, OH, in 2002, then Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, in 2006 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Communications. He currently resides in Westlake, OH. The former relief pitcher and 2005 third round draft pick (102nd overall), Lewis played for the Indians from 2005–11, spending four seasons (2007–10) with the big league club. He finished his professional career with a single season both in Arizona (2012) and with the Chicago Cubs (2013). Lewis helped lead the Indians to the 2007 AL Central Division title and within one win of reaching the World Series that postseason. He finished his big league career with a record of 7–11 and 3.68 ERA, collecting 14 saves and 177 strikeouts in 198 career IP. Lewis was nominated in 2010 for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, presented by Chevrolet to the player who combines a dedication to giving back to the community with outstanding skills on the baseball field. The award recognizes players who best represent the game of baseball through sportsmanship, community involvement, and positive contributions to their Clubs. He continues to regularly serve Cleveland Indians charities.

Brad Lidge

The former MLB closer played for three teams over 11 seasons, appearing in more than 600 games and recording 225 saves. Lidge was a two-time all-star, and he sealed the Phillies’ 2008 World Series championship by striking out Eric Hinske for the final out of Game 5. He was also named the NL Comeback Player of the Year that season. Lidge joined the MLB Network Radio team in 2013.

Jim Memolo

Jim Memolo

Jim Memolo is a veteran of New York, Chicago, and network radio. He has a keen eye for baseball talent, and once, while hosting a show in NYC, suggested the Yankees take a look at a promising Reds minor leaguer named Rob Dibble. He has spent the last two decades in Chicago radio, covering the Cubs.

Scott Miller

Scott Miller

A national baseball writer for the past two decades, Scott Miller has covered 19 World Series and 18 All-Star Games, and was named one of America’s top five sports columnists by the Associated Press Sports Editors. Miller has written for CBSSports.com, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, and St. Paul Pioneer Press (Minn.), and has served on the national board of directors for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. He currently is president of the San Diego chapter of the BBWAA. A native of Monroe, MI, Miller is based in Southern California.

Jon Morosi

Jon Morosi

Jon Paul Morosi has worked as a national baseball reporter for FOX Sports since 2009 and MLB Network television since 2012. He served as the field reporter for FOX Sports 1 telecasts of the 2014 National League Division Series between San Francisco and Washington. Morosi has been honored for his writing at FOXSports.com and the Detroit Free Press, where he worked from 2006 until 2009. A native of Michigan, he graduated with honors from Harvard University in 2004 with a degree in environmental science and public policy.

CJ Nitkowski

CJ Nitkowski was the 9th overall pick in the 1994 draft out of St. John's University. His playing career spanned 19 seasons with 8 different Major League clubs. He also spent four years pitching in Japan and South Korea. In addition to his duties at MLB Network Radio he is the lead color analyst for the Texas Rangers on television, a position he has held since 2017. In his first five seasons as the Texas Rangers lead television analyst he has been nominated for 9 Emmy Awards and has won 6 times. He is a member of the St. John’s Athletic, Don Bosco Preparatory HS and New Orleans Zephyrs Halls of Fame. His previous work has been as a studio analyst, writer, and in-game color analyst for Fox Sports, MLB.com, MLB Network, ESPN.com, Baseball Prospectus, SB Nation, Sports Illustrated, the Associated Press, YouTube, CBS Sports Network, and the NY Yankees and New York Mets Radio Networks. He has also done play-by-play nationally for Fox and continues in that role with the Texas Rangers for approximately 10 games per season. In 2012 he played the role of Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Dutch Leonard in the Warner Brothers Pictures film 42, which chronicled the life of Jackie Robinson. He was also a script consultant and appeared in cameos for the short-lived Pitch which aired on Fox. Nitkowski claims to hold several unofficial baseball records including being the NY Mets All-Time ERA Leader (0.00 in 5.2IP), the Most Consecutive Hit Batters in a Game (3), the only pitcher to record 1-pitch wins in both MLB and NPB and the player to collect the most playoff shares in history without actually appearing in the postseason (4).

Grant Paulsen

Grant Paulsen

Grant Paulsen spends his free time hosting Minors and Majors, a weekly live two-hour national sports talk show. He provided the play-by-play during the Ripken Baseball World Series in 2005 and, in 2003-2004, reported on the Little League World Series as well as Superbowl XXXVII for ABC Television.

Steve Phillips

Steve Phillips

Steve Phillips was the general manager of the New York Mets (1997–2003) before joining ESPN as a baseball analyst. He regularly appeared on SportsCenterCold PizzaOutside the Lines, and ESPN Radio. After four years on Mad Dog Sports Radio, Phillips is now a host both on Fantasy Sports Radio and MLB Network Radio, where you can hear him weekday mornings on The Leadoff Spot.

Also appears on Fantasy Sports Radio 

Ed Randall

Ed Randall

Ed Randall’s name is nationally recognized and generally considered synonymous with baseball. Having cultivated a winning national broadcasting career, he is held in the highest esteem as one of the game’s foremost authorities. Called one of the patron saints of baseball, Randall is an evangelist for the game, and thought of as one of the nation’s preeminent baseball interviewers on television and radio. Throughout his career, he has been a committed and active participant in many charitable causes. His most important life’s work though is as a cancer survivor, having established Ed Randall’s Fans for the Cure, a 501-c3 charity dedicated to the proposition of spreading the twin gospels of prostate cancer awareness and the life-saving value of early detection, to which he can personally attest. He was inducted into his high school hall of fame and is a distinguished alumnus of Fordham University where he serves on the Fordham College Alumni Board.

Ricky Romero

Ricky Romero grew up in East Los Angeles, California . He attended Cal State Fullerton and in 2004 helped lead the team to the National Championship. In 2005 he was drafted 6th overall by the Toronto Blue Jays and in 2009 he made his MLB debut vs the Detroit Tigers. Ricky represented the American League in the All star game in 2011. After 10 years in the Toronto Bluejays organization and 2 years in the San Francisco Giants organization Ricky officially retired in 2018. He now resides in Southern California with his wife and 3 kids.

Xavier Scruggs

Xavier Scruggs

Before joining MLB Network Radio, Xavier Scruggs was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 19th round. He played 12 years professionally, including three years in the Major Leagues (Cardinals and Marlins), and has played internationally in South Korea, Mexico, Dominican Republic, and Columbia. Currently, he hosts a podcast for MLB.com, appears weekly on MLB Network Radio, and is an ESPN commentator as well as a DEI consultant for MLB teams. You can connect with X on all social media platforms using the handle @xavier_scruggs.

Ryan Spilborghs

Ryan Spilborghs

A Santa Barbara, CA native, Spilborghs was recruited to play baseball at the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he was a two-time Big West selection. After being selected by the Colorado Rockies in the seventh round of the MLB 2002 First-Year Player Draft, he spent six seasons as an outfielder for the team, hitting .272 with 42 home runs in 619 games. Spilborghs also did his part to advance the 2007 and 2009 Rockies teams to the postseason. One of his most notable achievements came against the Giants in late August of 2009 when he hit the first walk-off grand slam in Rockies team history.

Mike Stanton

Mike Stanton

The former MLB relief pitcher played for 19 seasons, appearing in nearly 1,200 games while suiting up for eight different teams. Stanton was an all-star in 2001, and won three World Series titles with the New York Yankees. He joined the MLB Network Radio team in 2011.

Dani Wexelman

Dani Wexelman

Dani Wexelman hosts multiple shows on MLB Network Radio. She covers college baseball for ESPN as a play by play broadcaster and sideline reporter and also covers top prospects at the high school level for Perfect Game. Dani also appears on SNY as a tv contributor on Mets and Yankees coverage. A St. Louis native, she genuinely enjoys Imo’s thin crust pizza and puts ranch dressing on almost everything.

Also appears on SiriusXM College Sports Radio 

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Power AlleyFormer General Manager Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin discuss the big baseball news of the day, talk to players and executives from around baseball and take your calls all morning at 866-MLB-ONXM.
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MLB Spring Training TourMLB Network Radio's Tour of Spring Training
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Loud OutsFormer Outfielder Ryan Spilborghs, World Champion Brad Lidge and 10-year MLB Veteran, CJ Nitkowski, Kevin Frandsen, and Chris Gimenez bring you fast paced baseball talk directly from the players.
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MLB Spring Training TourMLB Network Radio's Tour of Spring Training
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