Coming to a cable system near you on January 1, 2009
by Bob Timmermann
Live from Seacaucs, it will be the MLB Network, the first 24/7 baseball only channel. Richard Sandomir of the New York Times reports on the ambitious plans for a network that will be taking on ESPN in many ways.
Presumably, since there are a lot more baseball games than football games, there will be more programming than the NFL Network showing you the Draft Combine.
On-air personnel haven't been named, but Harold Reynolds and Al Lieter are expected to work as studio commentators.