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Eric Wedge Joins ESPN for 25th Season of BASEBALL TONIGHT

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Eric Wedge Joins ESPN for 25th Season of BASEBALL TONIGHT

Veteran Major League Baseball manager Eric Wedge has joined ESPN as an analyst for the 25th season of Baseball Tonight. Wedge will regularly contribute to Baseball Tonight studio programming, while also making appearances across ESPN platforms, including SportsCenter and ESPN Radio.

Wedge debuts today, March 25, as part of ESPN's spring training telecast - Atlanta Braves at Detroit Tigers presented by Gillette Body - at 1 p.m. ET, alongside Jon Sciambi and reporter Tim Kurkjian.

Wedge has managed 10 MLB seasons, most recently with the Seattle Mariners in 2013. He won the prestigious American League Manager of the Year award in 2007 as the Cleveland Indians skipper. In addition to his managerial career, Wedge played four MLB seasons combined with the Boston Red Sox and the Colorado Rockies.

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