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BASEBALL TONIGHT IS BACK: SEASON PREMIERE THIS EVENING
Published March 21, 1996
ESPN's "Baseball Tonight" makes it season premiere tonight with the same cast as last season, except for former MLB second baseman Harold Reynolds replacing Roy Smalley as an analyst. ESPN also announced that it has signed Andy Van Slyke as a game analyst for its alternate Wednesday night games. Van Slyke had been rumored to be a candidate for a Fox position (Baltimore SUN, 3/21)....Fox is expected to announce that it will add Ken Singleton and Jeff Torborg as analysts to its baseball broadcast team (USA TODAY, 3/21).