List of Baseball Tonight personalities

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Position Name Tenure Notes
Hosts Triangle-teal.svgKarl Ravech 1996–present Lead Host
Analysts Jessica Mendoza 2014–present
Triangle-teal.svgEduardo Pérez 2007–2011; 2014–present Head Analyst on Monday Night Baseball
Chris Singleton 2008–present
Rick Sutcliffe 2002–2003; 2012–present Head Analyst on Wednesday Night Baseball
Ryan Howard 2019–present
Doug Glanville 2010–2017; 2019–present
MLB Insiders Triangle-teal.svgTim Kurkjian 1998–present
Buster Olney 2003–present
Keith Law 2013–present
Jeff Passan 2019–present

Triangle-teal.svg - Indicates part of the lead team that appears on the Sunday version (which serves as the pregame show to Sunday Night Baseball).

Notable former on-air staff[edit]

Position Name Tenure Current Status
Hosts Rich Eisen 1996–2002 Lead host for NFL Network
Steve Berthiaume 2004–2005 and 2007–2012 Play-by-play for the Arizona Diamondbacks on Bally Sports Arizona
Brian Kenny 2003 MLB Network; formerly hosted The Hot List on ESPNEWS from 2003–2006
Dave Marash 1990
Triangle-teal.svgGary Miller 1990–1995 Sports anchor for WKRC in Cincinnati
Chris Myers 1991–1995 Play-by-play/Reporter for Fox Sports
Bill Pidto 1993–2008 Co-host of Mad Dog Radio on Sirius XM Radio, NHL on Versus
Scott Reiss 2006–2008 Sports anchor/reporter for KTVU in Oakland
John Saunders 1990–1993 Died on August 10, 2016
Adnan Virk 2013–2018 DAZN and MLB Network host
Analysts Manny Acta 2013–2015 Third base coach with the Seattle Mariners
Dusty Baker 2007 Manager of the Houston Astros
Aaron Boone 2010–2017 Manager of the New York Yankees
Larry Bowa 2005 Senior Advisor to the General Manager for the Philadelphia Phillies
Jim Bowden 2012–2017 CBS Sports HQ insider and SiriusXM host
Triangle-teal.svgDallas Braden 2014–2017 TV Analyst for select games with the Oakland Athletics on NBC Sports California
Jeff Brantley 2002–2006 Analyst for the Cincinnati Reds on television and radio
Triangle-teal.svgDave Campbell 1990–2004
Alex Cora 2013–2016 Manager of the Boston Red Sox
Rob Dibble 1998–2004 former analyst for the Washington Nationals on MASN; also hosts show on XM Radio with Kevin Kennedy
Terry Francona 2012 Manager of the Cleveland Guardians
Nomar Garciaparra 2010–2013 Los Angeles Dodgers TV commentator
Orel Hershiser 2006–2013 Los Angeles Dodgers TV broadcaster
Ray Knight 1998–2003 Former studio analyst for the Washington Nationals on MASN
John Kruk 2004–2012; 2015–2016 Philadelphia Phillies TV commentator
Barry Larkin 2011–2014
Tino Martinez 2006
Brian McRae 2000–2005
Mark Mulder 2011–2015
Triangle-teal.svgSteve Phillips 2005–2009 Fired for sexual harassment
Triangle-teal.svgHarold Reynolds 1996–2006 Commentator on, TBS, MLB Network, and SportsNet New York.
J. P. Ricciardi 2010 Special Assistant to the General Manager for the New York Mets
Curt Schilling 2010–2016
Buck Showalter 2001–2002 (lead analyst), 2008–2010 Manager of the New York Mets
Triangle-teal.svgMark Teixeira 2017–2020
Bobby Valentine 2003; 2009–2011 Director of Athletics at Sacred Heart University
Eric Wedge 2014–2015 Head coach at Wichita State
Dave Winfield 2009–2012
Eric Young 2007–2009 First base coach for the Atlanta Braves
Todd Walker 2017–2018 Studio analyst for NESN[2]
Triangle-teal.svgDavid Ross 2017–2019 Manager of the Chicago Cubs[3]
John Farrell 2018 Now at Fox Sports
Reporters Triangle-teal.svgPeter Gammons 1990–2009 Commentator/Reporter on, MLB Network, and NESN
Jayson Stark 2000–2017

Triangle-teal.svg - Indicates formerly part of Lead Team


  1. ^ "ESPN's Baseball Tonight returns for 30th Season with More Roadshows & Daily Segments within SportsCenter". ESPN Press Room U.S. 2019-03-06. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  2. ^ "Todd Walker Joins NESN Analyst Team For Second Half Of Red Sox Season | Press Room |". Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  3. ^ "Cubs bring back former catcher Ross as manager". 2019-10-23. Retrieved 2019-12-28.