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Since 2005, Sirius (now SiriusXM) has been MLB’s official satellite radio partner, with their current agreement based off a six-year extension signed in 2013 that ran through this year. Well, SiriusXM announced Monday that they’ve signed a multi-year extension with MLB, and it comes with one particularly big immediately-applicable change; live MLB games had previously been available only to those who had SiriusXM satellite radios, not those who had streaming-only subscriptions. Now, streaming-only subscribers can get live games too. Here’s more on that from a release:

Major League Baseball and SiriusXM have expanded their agreement to include additional streaming rights starting with the 2021 MLB season. For the first time, SiriusXM subscribers with a streaming-only subscription now have access to live play-by-play broadcasts of every MLB game as they listen on the SiriusXM app and on connected devices and speakers in their home.

The SiriusXM app offers 30 play-by-play channels dedicated to streaming the official radio broadcasts of every MLB team, giving fans the choice between the home and visiting team announcers for every game, all season long.  All 30 MLB play-by-play channels are also available on vehicles equipped with next generation SiriusXM with 360L radios.

…The new agreement also includes a multi-year extension of SiriusXM’s rights to broadcast every MLB game.

Update: As reader Eric notes, though, this comes with a negative for those who have existing in-car subscriptions. As noted on SiriusXM’s plans page, MLB games are now in the All-Access tier ($21.99 per month after promotional pricing ends) along with the NFL and NASCAR, while NHL, NBA and NCAA games remain in the lower Select ($16.99 per month) tier (they’re also available in the All-Access Tier). So there’s now a higher fee to get MLB games for those who have car subscriptions. However, those who have streaming-only subscriptions can get the Premier Tier (which has all of those sports except NASCAR) for $13 a month.

As that release mentions, SiriusXM also offers plenty of non-game programming. They have the exclusive 24/7 MLB Network Radio channel, whose new voices this year include former Kansas City Royals’ manager Ned Yost, former All-Star first baseman Yonder Alonso (who played for seven MLB teams between 2010-19), and former Cardinals’ first baseman Xavier Scruggs. Yost will host Happy Hour with Casey Stern at 5 p.m. Eastern on two Mondays each month, while Alonso will host Home Plate with Dani Wexelman every Sunday at 4 p.m. Eastern, and Scruggs will host MLB Roundtrip with Dan Graca each Monday night after the day’s games.

The most notable new programming in this announcement may be an upcoming podcast in conjunction with the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, featuring museum president Bob Kendrick showcasing the history of the Negro Leagues and its many stars. That’s thoroughly appropriate considering that MLB is honoring the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues (an initiative started last year, but carried on to this year thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic), and that MLB recently made the move to recognize Negro Leagues statistics (from 1920-48) as “major” (alongside the National League, the American League, the American Association, the Union Association, the Players League and the Federal League). Here’s more on that podcast, which will be available to everyone, not just SiriusXM subscribers:

Starting this month, SiriusXM and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum will present an exclusive new podcast series, Black Diamonds. Hosted by museum president and historian Bob Kendrick, the podcast will showcase the history of the Negro Leagues, highlighting the players, people and events that shaped them, as well as spotlighting the leagues’ achievements and innovations during a time of segregation and inequality. Listeners will hear the stories of baseball legends like Jackie Robinson, Oscar Charleston, Josh Gibson and Satchel Paige, and important figures like Rube Foster, Effa Manley, Buck O’Neil and many more.

Black Diamonds, a SiriusXM original podcast, will debut on MLB’s Jackie Robinson Day (April 15). The 20-episode series can be heard on the SiriusXM app, Pandora, Stitcher and other podcast platforms.

It’s interesting to see SiriusXM continuing their rights relationship with MLB, and it’s particularly notable to see them expanding it to their streaming-only subscribers. That seems to make a lot of sense, as the pandemic has put a lot of focus on streaming-only with less people commuting daily. And it’s notable to see them partnering with the NLBM for this podcast, too, one that may have a lot of appeal to those looking to learn more about the Negro Leagues.

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SiriusXM hosts at Coors Field include Rockies broadcasterJenny Cavnar, former Rockies OFRyan Spilborghs, two-time All-StarBrad Lidge, former GMsJim BowdenandJim Duquette,Chris 'Mad Dog' Russo,Mike FerrinandGrant Paulsen

NEW YORK - July 8, 2021 - SiriusXM today announced its extensive programming plans for Major League Baseball's 2021 All-Star Week, which will deliver comprehensive coverage to listeners around the country and feature live broadcasts of the 91st All-Star Game Presented by Mastercard, the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, the MLB Draft, plus other special programming live from Denver, Colorado.

SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game

On Sunday, July 11, SiriusXM will have the exclusive radio broadcast of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, featuring the best minor league prospects from the American League and National League competing against each other. Pre-game coverage on the MLB Network Radio channel on SiriusXM (channel 89) will begin from Coors Field at 1:00 pm ET/11:00 am MT with a special edition of the weekly show, Minors & Majors, hosted by Grant Paulsen. MLB Network Radio's broadcast of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game will begin at 3:00 pm ET/1:00 pm MT and will feature Mike Ferrin as the play-by-play voice and former MLB GM Jim Duquette as the analyst. Before, during and after the game, former MLB GM Jim Bowden and Paulsen will conduct interviews with players from the AL and NL team dugouts.

MLB Draft

Sunday evening SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio channel will offer live coverage of the first round of the MLB Draft, which is being held for the first time ever as part of All-Star Week. SiriusXM's pre-Draft show will air at 6:00 pm ET/4:00 pm MT. The Draft begins at 7:00 pm ET/5:00 pm MT and SiriusXM listeners will hear the live selections of every team in the first round, accompanied by commentary and analysis from former GM's Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette, alongside Mike Ferrin and Grant Paulsen. SiriusXM's broadcast team will also conduct interviews with several of the draft picks in attendance at the Bellco Theater in Denver.

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On Monday, July 12, SiriusXM's on-site programming from Denver will begin at 2:00 pm ET/noon MT with MLB Network Radio hosts Grant Paulsen, Jim Bowden and Jenny Cavnar, who is also a Colorado Rockies broadcaster, hosting live from Coors Field. At 5:00 pm ET/3:00 pm MT former Rockies outfielder Ryan Spilborghs, Mike Ferrin and Jim Duquette will be on the field to host SiriusXM's pre-game programming and interview many of the All-Stars in attendance. The MLB Network Radio channel will air ESPN Radio's broadcast of the Home Run Derby starting at 8:00 pm ET/6:00 pm MT.

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On Tuesday, July 13, the MLB Network Radio channel's coverage from Coors Field begins at 1:00 pm ET/11:00 am MT with a special edition of Power Alley hosted by Jenny Cavnar, Jim Duquette and Ryan Spilborghs. At 4:00 pm ET/2:00 pm MT MLB Network Radio will air MLB Network's High Heat with Christopher Russo, followed at 5:00 pm ET/3:00 pm MT by SiriusXM's All-Star Pregame Show, hosted by two-time All-Star Brad Lidge alongside Mike Ferrin and Jim Bowden. Listeners will hear interviews with Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred and many of the coaches and players at Coors Field. The pre-game show will lead into ESPN Radio's play-by-play broadcast of the All-Star Game starting at 8:00 pm ET/6:00 pm MT.

On SiriusXM's Mad Dog Sports Radio channel, Christopher Russo will host his daily all-sports show, Mad Dog Unleashed, live from Coors Field on both Monday and Tuesday at 5:00 pm ET/3:00 pm MT, prior to the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game.

With this year's MLB All-Star festivities in the 'Mile High' city of Denver, SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio channel will also present a 'Baseball with Altitude' special as part of its coverage. Debuting Monday, July 12 at noon ET/10:00 am MT and available anytime on the SXM App, the documentary will look at the history of baseball in Denver, from the origin of the Rockies franchise through their thrilling run to the 2007 World Series. The special will be narrated by former Rockies outfielder Ryan Spilborghs and will include interviews with Hall of Famer Larry Walker, Todd Helton, Clint Hurdle, and others.

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TORONTO, April 13, 2021 /CNW/ - Major League Baseball and SiriusXM have expanded their agreement to include additional streaming rights starting with the 2021 MLB season. For the first time, SiriusXM subscribers with a streaming-only subscription now have access to live play-by-play broadcasts of every MLB game as they listen on the SiriusXM app and on connected devices and speakers in their home.

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The SiriusXM app offers 30 play-by-play channels dedicated to streaming the official radio broadcasts of every MLB team, giving fans the choice between the home and visiting team announcers for every game, all season long. All 30 MLB play-by-play channels are also available on vehicles equipped with next generation SiriusXM with 360L radios.

SiriusXM satellite subscribers continue to get access to every MLB game on both their SiriusXM radios and on the SiriusXM app. Certain subscriptions are required. For more info on SiriusXM's packages and what they offer, go to siriusxm.ca/plans.

The new agreement also includes a multi-year extension of SiriusXM's rights to broadcast every MLB game. Blue Jays fans can enjoy the sounds of summer by tuning in to catch every game of the season.

For a schedule of MLB games and their SiriusXM channels visit siriusxm.ca/sports/mlb. SiriusXM's exclusive 24/7 MLB Network Radio channel features live daily talk programming covering MLB 365 days a year, plus select game broadcasts.

Listeners get the most in-depth coverage of the league every day of the year with MLB Network Radio. The channel's roster of expert hosts includes former GMs Jim Bowden, Jim Duquette and Steve Phillips, former players Matt Diaz, Jensen Lewis, Brad Lidge, CJ Nitkowski, Carlos Peña, Eduardo Perez, Rico Petrocelli, Ryan Spilborghs,Steve Sax, Mike Stanton and Kevin Frandsen, former manager Kevin Kennedy, national baseball writers Tyler Kepner, Scott Miller and Jon Morosi, as well as Casey Stern, Mike Ferrin, Jenny Cavnar, Jeff Joyce, Jim Memolo, Dani Wexelman, Scott Braun, Robert Brender, Dan Graca, Grant Paulsen and Ed Randall.

New to the MLB Network Radio roster this season are World Series-winning former Royals manager Ned Yost, former All-Star Yonder Alonso, who recently retired after a 10-year major league career, and former Cardinals 1BXavier Scruggs. Yost hosts Happy Hour with Casey Stern two Mondays (5:00 pm ET) each month. Alonso hosts Home Plate with Dani Wexelman every Sunday at 4:00 pm ET. Scruggs hosts MLB Roundtrip every Monday night after the games with Dan Graca.

Throughout the season, listeners will hear regular one-on-one interviews with managers including: Rocco Baldelli (Twins), Bud Black (Rockies), Alex Cora (Red Sox), Terry Francona (Indians), Joe Girardi (Phillies), AJ Hinch (Tigers), Gabe Kapler (Giants), Torey Lovullo (Diamondbacks), Mike Matheny (Royals), Don Mattingly (Marlins), Bob Melvin (Athletics), Scott Servais (Mariners), Derek Shelton (Pirates), Mike Shildt (Cardinals), Jayce Tingler (Padres) and Chris Woodward (Rangers).

MLB Network Radio also features a simulcast of Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo's MLB Network show, High Heat with Christopher Russo presented by Liberty Mutual, every weekday afternoon at 1:00 pm ET as well as simulcasts of additional MLB Network television programming, including the flagship studio show MLB Tonight on weeknights at 6:00 pm ET.

Additionally, starting this month, SiriusXM and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum will present an exclusive new podcast series, Black Diamonds. Hosted by museum president and historian Bob Kendrick, the podcast will showcase the history of the Negro Leagues, highlighting the players, people and events that shaped them, as well as spotlighting the leagues' achievements and innovations during a time of segregation and inequality. Listeners will hear the stories of baseball legends like Jackie Robinson, Oscar Charleston, Josh Gibson and Satchel Paige, and important figures like Rube Foster, Effa Manley, Buck O'Neil and many more.

Black Diamonds, a SiriusXM original podcast, will debut on MLB's Jackie Robinson Day (April 15). The 20-episode series can be heard on the SiriusXM app, Pandora, Stitcher and other podcast platforms.

Throughout the season, in tribute to Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda, who passed away earlier this year, listeners will continue to hear Lasorda's voice before every game. Prior to the 2015 season, Lasorda narrated a special message to all baseball fans about the game they love, which airs as an introduction to every regular season game broadcast on SiriusXM. You can hear Lasorda's introduction here: https://bit.ly/3dWsOFB

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MLB Network Radio

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MLB Network Radio (formerly MLB Home Plate) is an American sports talk radio station on Sirius XM Radio that features Major League Baseball related talk shows, as well as archives and live reports.

MLB Home Plate launched in February 2005, as an incentive to entertain the new listeners who signed up for XM's Major League Baseball deal when the games were not on. MLB Network Radio is carried on XM channel 89, and was added to the "Best of XM" package on Sirius Satellite Radio on December 10, 2008, airing on channel 209.

First season on the air[edit]

MLB Home Plate launched at the start of the Major League Baseball season in 2005, ready to entertain the new customers who bought XM to hear their favorite teams. It launched with a full lineup, and several guests immediately. On day one of broadcast, José Canseco made the claim to his former manager turned Home Plate host Kevin Kennedy that Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire took steroids during the 1998 Home Run Chase. XM Satellite Radio even put out a press release about the broadcast.[1] Around launch time, XM announced that they had signed Cal Ripken, Jr. to do a Saturday mid-morning show on Home Plate. The channel was aided throughout the season as XM's subscriber growth prediction exceeded what they expected, with retailers claiming that 15-17% of people who signed up for XM did it for baseball.

The end of the 2005 season was especially active as the satellite company carried both feeds of both teams during the post-season games, and four feeds per world series game (which included a promotion where XM gave out free Roady XTs to all who attended the first World Series 2005 game).

2006 - 2009[edit]

At the beginning of MLB's second season on XM Radio, XM Radio Canada decided to add all 14 MLB Play-by-Play channels to their platform. Canada already carried Home Plate, and now they would carry the complete Major League Baseball package barring XM 174 (Spanish broadcasts). In exchange, they would produce channel 179 with some select exclusive content, and make that channel the home for all the Toronto Blue Jays home games. XM Canada also produced interviews for play on the other play-by-play channels when no games were being aired.

In late April 2006, DirecTV removed the MLB Home Plate channel from their lineup. DirecTV wanted to go completely music programming. Talk channel High Voltage was also removed, but put back on the lineup within a week due to fan response. DirecTV also claims that there is a rights issue brewing over the MLB audio broadcasts, but this has been debated. On March 29, 2008, Home Plate was added to XM Radio Online.[2]

2010[edit]

On March 26, 2010, it was announced that MLB Home Plate will be rebranded to MLB Network Radio which will simulcast some MLB Network programs such as MLB Tonight and Hot Stove.[3] Their programming was also changed with the rebranding.

2011[edit]

Effective May 4, 2011, SiriusXM revamped their entire channel line up. For the first time, MLB Network Radio was moved away from the play by play to channel 89, after six years on channel 175. The Sirius channel was also changed from channel 210 to 209.

Shows[edit]

Weekdays 7-10 a.m. ET

Steve Phillips, CJ Nitkowski and Eduardo Perez give listeners a front row seat as a former front office executive and former player discuss and debate baseball’s headline stories, teams and players.

Weekdays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. ET

Former General Manager Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin discuss the big baseball news of the day, talk to players and executives from around baseball and take calls.

Weekdays 1-2 p.m. ET

Russo’s MLB Network Show is a fast-paced, one-hour weekday discussion on all 30 MLB clubs featuring interviews with players and club personnel. Russo will be joined by a rotating group of MLB Network analysts including Al Leiter, Bill Ripken, Dan Plesac and more.

Weekdays 2-5 p.m. ET

Show hosted by Casey Stern and Brad Lidge.

  • Happy Hour with Casey Stern

Weekdays 5-6 p.m. ET

Casey Stern brings you an hour of no holds barred conversations with you the listeners. Welcome to the place where the only "specials" are situational lefties.

Weeknights 6-7 p.m. and 10pm-1am. ET

Don’t miss highlights, in-game look-ins and expert analysis from Peter Gammons, Harold Reynolds, Ken Rosenthal, Dan Plesac, Bill Ripken and more.

Weeknights 1-6 a.m. ET

MLB Roundtrip recaps the day in baseball. Hear postgame interviews, the day's best highlights, expert analysis and talk. Hosts are Jim Memolo, veteran radio host for WGN-AM and former host of First Pitch (replaced by The Leadoff Spot), with Todd Hollandsworth (Mondays and Tuesdays) and Jeff Joyce, former host for WEEI (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday). Their co-hosts/analysts are Mike Stanton on Tuesday and Thursday, and Steve Sax on Friday.

Saturdays 8-10 a.m. ET

Join Ed Randall and Rico Petrocelli for wide-ranging conversations on baseball's rich and fascinating history as they talk with legendary players and personalities. Take a trip with Randall and Petrocelli along the base paths and down Memory Lane when they take your calls each week.

Saturdays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. ET

Former Major Leaguers Ryan Spilborghs and CJ Nitkowski bring their years of MLB and international experience to the airwaves every Saturday. Find out what goes on in clubhouses and dugouts around baseball with these two former players.

  • Minors and Majors with Grant Paulsen

Sundays 8-10 a.m. ET

From the little leagues to the minor and major leagues, Paulsen reviews it all and welcomes callers of all ages.

Sundays 10-1 a.m. ET

Join Jim Bowden and Jim Duquette as the former General Managers talk about the biggest issues MLB teams.

Baseball offseason

Jeff Rickard, Jeff Joyce, Jim Memolo, Mike Stanton, Brad Lidge and Steve Sax track the latest free agent signings and trades.

Weekends following the game

The show previews the night's games, discusses the latest news and reacts to all of the weekend action.

  • Fill-in hosts and co-hosts/analysts
  • Rich Herrera, former pre- and post-game host for the Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants and Tampa Bay Rays. Current host on WPBB.
  • Kevin Kennedy, former manager for the Texas Rangers and Boston Red Sox, former color analyst for ESPN Radio, Fox Sports and Tampa Bay Rays. Current pre- and post-game host and analyst for the Los Angeles Dodgers and part-time color analyst on radio for the Dodgers.
  • Matt Diaz, former MLB outfielder from 2003-2013, current pre- and post-game analyst for the Atlanta Braves.
  • Scott Miller, former baseball writer for CBS Sports, St. Paul Pioneer Press and Los Angeles Times. Current baseball writer for Bleacher Report and pre- and post-game analyst and insider for the San Diego Padres.
  • Tyler Kepner, former baseball writer for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and The Press-Enterprise, current baseball writer for The New York Times.
  • Jody McDonald, radio host for WIP/WIP-FM in Philadelphia and WFAN in New York City, son of Joe McDonald, former General Manager for the New York Mets, St. Louis Cardinals, and Detroit Tigers.
  • Jon Morosi, former baseball writer for The Boston Globe, Houston Chronicle, Detroit Free Press and Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Current baseball writer for FOX Sports.
  • Daron Sutton, former play-by-play broadcaster for the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Milwaukee Brewers and Arizona Diamondbacks. Current broadcaster for Fox in multiple sports.
  • Scott Braun, former anchor/host/reporter for CBS Sports, ESPN, sports writer for the Miami Hurricanes, play-by-play broadcaster/host/producer at WVUM, stage manager for Westwood One, ABC and YES Network, public relations for the New York Jets, host/PA announcer for the Somerset Patriots and play-by-play broadcaster for the Chatham Anglers. Current host/anchor/reporter for MLB Network on TV.
  • Mel Antonen, former writer for the Argus Leader for more than 11 years and baseball writer for USA Today for 25 years. Current baseball writer for MASN and Sports Illustrated.

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