- Robust On-Site Presence Highlighted by Nearly 20 Insiders & Reporters
- Baseball Tonight will Provide In-depth Analysis of Daily Events Across Two Nightly Shows
- Regular, Daily SportsCenter Segments Dedicated to Coverage
ESPN’s coverage of the 2015 Baseball Winter Meetings is set to begin on Monday, Dec. 7, from the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn. The event is the largest annual gathering of baseball executives and personnel and serves as a “Hot Stove” hub for off-season activities around the big leagues.
Nearly 20 ESPN MLB insiders, including Jim Bowden (@JimBowden_ESPN), Jerry Crasnick (@JCrasnick), Keith Law (@KeithLaw), Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) and Jayson Stark (@JaysonST) will be on site to cover the event. The ESPN.com MLB section will be continuously updated with breaking news, reports, analysis, digital Baseball Tonight episodes and more. Additionally, the team will provide real-time reactions and analysis on the ESPN Now sidebar.
Baseball Tonight – Twitter: @BBTN
Host Karl Ravech (@KarlRavechESPN), analyst Curt Schilling (@Gehrig38) and reporter Tim Kurkjian (@Kurkjian_ESPN) will be covering the Baseball Winter Meetings every evening onBaseball Tonight. The telecasts will include analysis of the day’s news and live reports from on-site ESPN MLB Insiders. Here is the Baseball Tonight telecast schedule:
|Mon, Dec. 7||6:30 p.m.||ESPNEWS/WatchESPN|
|Tue, Dec. 8||6:30 p.m.||ESPNEWS/WatchESPN|
|Wed, Dec. 9||6:30 p.m.||ESPNEWS/WatchESPN|
|Thu, Dec. 10||6:30 p.m.||ESPNEWS/WatchESPN|
SportsCenter – Twitter: @SportsCenter
ESPN MLB Insiders will appear regularly on SportsCenter throughout the Baseball Winter Meetings to provide news updates and reports on trade talk and free agent discussions.