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    MLB on Fox (also known as Fox MLB) is an American presentation of Major League Baseball (MLB) games produced by Fox Sports, the sports division of the Fox Broadcasting Company (Fox), since June 1, 1996.

  2. MLB on Fox também conhecido como Fox MLB, é uma cobertura televisiva norte-americana dos jogos da Major League Baseball (MLB) produzida pela Fox Sports, a divisão esportiva da Fox Broadcasting Company (Fox).

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    United States

    Terrestrial television: 1. ABC: 1948–1950; 1953–1954; 1959–1961; 1965; 1976–1989; 2020–present 2. The Baseball Network (a joint venture between Major League Baseball, ABC and NBC): 1994–1995 3. CBS: 1947–1951; 1955–1965; 1990–1993 4. DuMont1947–1949 5. Fox: 1996–present 5.1. Baseball Night in America: 2012–present 6. NBC: 1947–1989; 1996–2000; 2022–2023 (one game only per season) Cable television: 1. ABC Family Channel: 2002 2. ESPN: 1990–present 3. Fox Family Channel: 2001 4. Fox Sports Net:...


    Sportsnet and Réseau des sports (RDS) are the current national rightsholders, in English and French respectively, to Major League Baseball, and both air a variety of regular-season games (which do not always correspond to those carried nationally in the U.S.) as well as the All-Star Game and the postseason. In the past these rights were held by The Score (2001–2002), TSN (1990–2000), and CTV (1981–1996). In 2010, Sportsnet began subleasing its rights to Sunday Night Baseball to rival TSN2, in...

    United Kingdom

    Major League Baseball has been broadcast on a regular basis in the UK since the 1980s. Initially shown on Channel 4, it was also aired on satellite channel Screensport and following Screensport's closure in March 1993, Sky Sportstook over as the UK's broadcaster. In 1997, newly launched terrestrial broadcaster Channel 5 took over as the rights holder, showing two games a week, including Sunday Night Baseball, under the title of MLB on Five. After the 2008 season, Channel 5 decided to end its...

    First broadcast

    After the 1939 World's Fair showed the new technology called television, experimental station W2XBS aired the first televised major league baseball games, a double header between the Cincinnati Reds and the Brooklyn Dodgerson August 26, 1939.


    In 1953, ABC-TV executive Edgar J. Scherick (who would later go on to create Wide World of Sports) approached MLB with a Saturday Game of the Week. With fewer outlets than CBS or NBC, ABC needed paid programming (or "anything for bills" as Scherick put it). At first, ABC hesitated at the idea of a nationally televised regular season baseball program, but gave Scherick the green light to sign up teams; unfortunately, only three (the Philadelphia Athletics, Cleveland Indians, and Chicago White...


    In 1960, ABC returned to baseball broadcasting with a series of late-afternoon Saturday games. Jack Buck and Carl Erskinewere the lead announcing crew for this series, which lasted one season. ABC typically did three games a week. Two of the games were always from the Eastern or Central Time Zone. The late games (no doubleheaders) were usually San Francisco Giants or Los Angeles Dodgers' home games. However, the Milwaukee Bravesused to start many of their Saturday home games late in the after...

    Major League Baseball games not broadcast exclusively by its national media partners are televised by local broadcast stations and regional sports networks, which present sports programming of interest to their respective region. Most MLB broadcasters are members of chains such as NBC Sports Regional Networks and Bally Sports although several teams...

  3. Major League Baseball on Fox Sports Networks refers to Major League Baseball television coverage on the former chain of Fox Sports regional networks.

  4. › wiki › MLB_on_FS1MLB on FS1 - Wikipedia

    MLB on FS1 is the de facto name for the presentation of Major League Baseball (MLB) games produced by Fox Sports for Fox Sports 1 (FS1). FS1 airs 40 regular season MLB games (mostly on Saturdays), along with post-season games from the Division Series and League Championship Series) and the World Baseball Classic.

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  5. Major League Baseball (MLB) games aired on the predecessor networks for the American pay television channel Freeform. These began in 2000, when the channel was known as Fox Family Channel, co-owned by News Corporation and Haim Saban, as a replacement for Thursday night games that had aired on Fox Sports Net in prior seasons.

  6. Major League Baseball (MLB) is a professional baseball league and the highest level of organized baseball in the United States and Canada. One of the big four major leagues, MLB comprises 30 teams, divided equally between the National League (NL) and the American League (AL), with 29 in the United States and 1 in Canada.