Posted on April 10, 2012
Attention all you Baseball fans, DISH Network wants to give you access to all the Major League Action! MLB Network is set to throw out the first pitch tonight on their new look-in channel MLB Network StrikeZone, starting at 7pm. MLB is following the likes of the NFL into the realm of wall-to-wall game coverage Tuesday night with the introduction of MLB Network StrikeZone, which will show highlights of MLB games on Tuesdays and Fridays while MLB Network is airing live games. StrikeZone will be available for a limited time on DISH Network’s Multi-Sport Pack on channel 153. “MLB Network StrikeZone will provide baseball fans with the award-winning coverage of all 30 clubs they’ve come to rely on from MLB Network,” said Tony Petitti, president and CEO of MLB Network in announcing the service. “We’re excited to continue to expand the reach and scope of MLB Network’s programming.” Hosting the show are Paul Severino and Scott Braun. Braun is an MLB Network studio host and reporter that has made appearances across many platforms of the MLB Network’s studio programming. Braun was the play-by-play announcer for the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League for two seasons, served as the Cape Cod Baseball League for two seasons and served as the Cape League Insider on Sirius XM MLB Network Radio. Paul Severino has hosted many daily “Fantasy Focus” programs for MLB and NFL Network on ESPN.com. If you’re into sports, DISH wants to put you in the middle of the action. The Multi-Sport Pack gives subscribers access to the NFL RedZone, NFL Network, NBA TV, NHL Network, MLB Network, Big Ten Network, FOX Soccer, FUEL TV, Universal Sports Network and over 20 Regional Sports Networks and just added is the MLB StrikeZone… all this for $9.00/mo with qualifying packages. Tune in to channel 153 and catch all the game winning highlights. To learn more about adding the Multi-Sport Pack to your list of satellite TV programming packages visit us at DISH Systems or call (866)989-3474. What team are you rooting for this season?