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SiriusXM to Air MLB's Full 2023 Season Nationwide


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SiriusXM

SiriusXM will continue to provide comprehensive national audio coverage for the 2023 Major League Baseball season. Starting with Opening Day and all through the Postseason, SiriusXM will provide subscribers access to live play-by-play of every game, as well as 24/7 news, talk and expert analysis on the MLB Network Radio channel.

The channel will broadcast live on Opening Day from Nationals Park, where the Washington Nationals will host their National League East rivals, the Atlanta Braves. Former general managers Jim Duquette and Steve Phillips will host live from the ballpark starting at 10am ET. On April 6 at 1pm ET Phillips and Duquette will head to Baltimore for a live broadcast from Camden Yards, where the Orioles will play their home opener against the New York Yankees.

The SiriusXM podcast Baseball Bar-B-Cast will also be heading out on the road for a special April 8 broadcast from Camden Yards. The podcast's hosts, Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman, will record in front of a live public audience at Section 771 outside of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. With new episodes available three times a week, Baseball Bar-B-Cast gives fans a fun and entertaining perspective on the world of baseball.

Tomorrow's Opening Day also marks the return of a new season of SiriusXM's podcast series Black Diamonds. Hosted by Negro Leagues Baseball Museum president and historian Bob Kendrick, the podcast showcases the history of the Negro Leagues, highlighting the players, people and events that shaped them. In the premiere episode Kendrick talks to Sony Brand Strategist Ramone Russell about bringing the Negro Leagues to life.

Throughout the season, listeners will hear regular one-on-one interviews with several managers including: Alex Cora (Red Sox), AJ Hinch (Tigers), Bob Melvin (Padres), Rocco Baldelli (Twins), Derek Shelton (Pirates), Terry Francona (Guardians), Mark Kotsay (Athletics), Scott Servais (Mariners), Torey Lovullo (Diamondbacks), Dave Roberts (Dodgers), Bud Black (Rockies) and Brandon Hyde (Orioles).

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