Mornings are the final frontier for sports networks. Just a handful program the block between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. ET, i.e., ESPN2 with its ESPN Radio simulcast of Mike and Mike, Golf Channel with Morning Drive and NFL Network with NFL AM. Other networks either run repeats of their late night highlight shows or as in the case of NBCSN, run a fitness series called Radius.
Cleveland Indians Games this Saturday, July 19
1:00pm on SportsTime Ohio / 12:30pm Indians Live Pre-game
7:00pm on FOX Sports 1 / #IndiansOnFS1
This Saturday, July 19th, the Cleveland Indians have a doubleheader at the Detroit Tigers.
SportsTime Ohio will carry the 1:00pm game starting with Indians Live pre-game show at 12:30pm.
FOX Sports 1 will carry the 7:00pm game...
After spending the Fourth of July with the D-backs on FOX Sports Arizona, tune in to FOX Sports 1 on Saturday as they take on the Atlanta Braves for the FS1 Game of the Week.
Justin Kutcher and Mark Derosa will have the call on FS1 with coverage beginning at 12:30 p.m. PT.
D-backs fans have an opportunity to show their pride in a Twitter hashtag battle with the Braves by tweeting...
Home-plate umpire Greg Gibson, Braves players Eddie Perez and Mark DeRosa, coach (now manager) Fredi Gonzalez and broadcaster Joe Simpson share their recollections of Randy Johnson's perfect game on May 18, 2004.
Cleveland crushes the New York Yankees, 22 – 4, at New Yankee Stadium, scoring 14 runs in the 2nd inning, the most runs given up in an inning in Yankee history. Asdrubal Cabrera hits a grand slam, Mark DeRosa and ... Read More
100. Mark DeRosa denied high five:
99. Brad Stevens’ moment:
98. Ohio State marching band:
97. Oklahoma State fan waving a chicken wing:
96. Tom Brady is somewhat creepy:
95. Rich Rod doing the wave:
94. Serge Ibaka and Blake Griffin being weird:
93. Phillip Rivers once upon a time was a happy man:
92. Cam Newton is afraid of cannons:
91. Adrian Beltre does not like...
During his 16 seasons with eight different MLB teams, Mark DeRosa developed a reputation as a leader in the clubhouse and a sounding board for both veterans and younger players alike. After playing part-time for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2013, DeRosa, 38 and a father of two, made the decision to retire and join MLB Network as its newest former-player-turned-talking-head.