- Matches: 34 live regular-season matches
- Commentators: Adrian Healey (pxp), analyst Taylor Twellman and reporter Monica Gonzalez (select matches); ESPN Deportes: Richard Méndez and Giovanni Savarese;
- ESPN FC on TV: will preview MLS matches and feature extensive highlights, news and analysis (weekdays at 6 p.m., ESPNEWS; Sundays at 12 a.m. overnight, ESPN2). Highlights: weekend match previews every Friday beginning March 6; Sunday shows will feature highlights and analysis, segments with Healey and Twellman from the day’s ESPN MLS match of the week, and guest appearances by MLS stars and newsmakers.
- SportsCenter, ESPN’s flagship news and information program, will cover key league storylines, interviews with stars, and feature MLS highlights.
- 20 Clubs, 20 Burning Questions – Infographic;
- Conference previews: McIntyre (East), Carlisle (West);
- What You Need to Know about the new MLS clubs, NYC FC and Orlando City SC;
- 20 years of MLS: An oral history of the league and 20 key moments in MLS history;
- Weekly Coverage: Power Rankings (Sundays); What We Learned (Mondays); and midweek features;
- Match Coverage: MLS writers at key games throughout the season; live ESPNFC.com “Boot Room” blog of ESPN games; and post-game “Boot Room Extra” with fan interaction.
- Interviews with Orlando’s Kaka, 2007 FIFA World Footballer of the Year and 2002 World Cup winner, U.S. Men’s National Team player Mix Diskerud (NYC FC), and more;
- “Talking Points with Taylor Twellman” – commentary and analysis from ESPN’s lead soccer analyst;
- ESPN FC on TV will preview the match on Friday, March 6, at 6 p.m. (ESPNEWS), with Twellman from Orlando, and offer extensive post-game analysis from him Sunday at 12 a.m. overnight (ESPN2). Healey will also have “person-in-the-street” interviews with Orlando City SC fans ahead of their team’s first MLS match;
- Sunday morning SportsCenter (ESPN, 9 a.m.) will include a preview of the Kaká vs. David Villa matchup;
- ESPNFC.com will have reporters Carlisle (LA Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire) and McIntyre (Orlando City SC vs. NYC FC) at season-opening weekend matches.
- Additional content around the season-opener: Fernando Duarte profiles Kaka; Parker profiles NYC FC’s Jason Kreis after interviewing the coach in Manchester City during the team’s pre-season trip to their affiliate club in England; David Hirshey on how NYC FC is evolving the relationship with its fans.
Trout, Ortiz, McCutchen, Heyward on Baseball’s Biggest Stage
ESPN announced today its game selections for the July 12 and July 19 editions of Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell. On July 12, the St. Louis Cardinals and new addition Jason Heyward will visit the Pittsburgh Pirates and perennial All-Star Andrew McCutchen. On July 19, two of Major League Baseball’s biggest superstars square off as the Boston Red Sox and slugger David Ortiz will visit the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the dynamic Mike Trout.
The 8 p.m. ET telecasts will air on ESPN with Dan Shulman, analysts Curt Schilling and John Kruk and reporter Buster Olney providing commentary. Sunday Night Baseball – in its 26th season – is the exclusive, national Major League Baseball game of the week.
Sunday Night Baseball is also available on ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes Radio and WatchESPN. Baseball Tonight: Sunday Night Countdown presented by Chevrolet previews Sunday Night Baseball at 7 p.m.
Current 2015 Sunday Night Baseball schedule:
|Apr. 5||St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs Opening Night presented by Scotts (ESPN2)|
|Apr. 12||Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees presented by Taco Bell|
|Apr. 19||Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals presented by Taco Bell|
|Apr. 26||New York Mets at New York Yankees presented by Taco Bell|
|May 3||New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox presented by Taco Bell|
|May 10||Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers presented by Taco Bell|
|May 17||Detroit Tigers at St. Louis Cardinals presented by Taco Bell|
|May 24||Texas Rangers at New York Yankees presented by Taco Bell|
|May 31||Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim presented by Taco Bell (ESPN2)|
|*July 12||St. Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates presented by Taco Bell|
|*July 19||Boston Red Sox at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim presented by Taco Bell|
- SportsCenter Anchors Join Baseball Tonight Commentators On Site: Jay Crawford, Bram Weinstein, Sarah Walsh, Britt McHenry, Curt Schilling, John Kruk, Aaron Boone, Mark Mulder, Karl Ravech, Buster Olney, Tim Kurkjian, Pedro Gomez and More
- Full Slate of Spring Training Games Highlighted By Yankees, Red Sox, Cubs, Braves, Tigers, Angels, Phillies
- Sunday Night Baseball’s Dan Shulman, Schilling, Kruk, Olney to Call Spring Training Game
ESPN will swing into spring with comprehensive coverage of 2015 Major League Baseball Spring Training from Florida’s Grapefruit League and Arizona’s Cactus League, starting the week of Feb. 23. Coverage will include the SportsCenter Spring Training Tour, which will visit all 30 MLB Clubs. SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight commentators will provide insights and analysis on each MLB Club, plus interviews with key stars and managers.
Additionally, ESPN reporters Pedro Gomez and Britt McHenry will visit several Spring Training sites each in Florida and Arizona, respectively, for on-site reports. All SportsCenter Spring Training Tour updates will begin each day during the 9 a.m. ET SportsCenter.
SportsCenter Spring Training Tour schedule
|Mon, Feb. 23||New York Yankees||Tampa, Fla.||Karl Ravech, Curt Schilling, Buster Olney|
|San Francisco Giants||Scottsdale, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian|
|Tue, Feb. 24||Baltimore Orioles||Sarasota, Fla.||Karl Ravech, Curt Schilling, Buster Olney|
|Chicago White Sox||Glendale, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian|
|Minnesota Twins||Fort Myers, Fla.||Britt McHenry|
|Wed, Feb. 25||Boston Red Sox||Fort Myers, Fla.||Karl Ravech, Curt Schilling, Buster Olney|
|Chicago Cubs||Mesa, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Maryvale, Ariz.||Pedro Gomez|
|Toronto Blue Jays||Dunedin, Fla.||Britt McHenry|
|Thu, Feb. 26||New York Mets||Port St. Lucie, Fla.||Karl Ravech, Curt Schilling, Buster Olney|
|Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim||Tempe, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian|
|Colorado Rockies||Scottsdale, Ariz.||Pedro Gomez|
|Houston Astros||Kissimmee, Fla.||Britt McHenry|
|Fri, Feb. 27||Florida Marlins||Jupiter, Fla.||Karl Ravech, Curt Schilling, Buster Olney|
|Seattle Mariners||Peoria, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian|
|Cincinnati Reds||Goodyear, Ariz.||Pedro Gomez|
|Atlanta Braves||Lake Buena Vista, Fla.||Britt McHenry|
|Sat, Feb. 28||St. Louis Cardinals||Jupiter, Fla.||Bram Weinstein, John Kruk, Buster Olney|
|San Diego Padres||Peoria, Ariz.||Sarah Walsh, Mark Mulder, Tim Kurkjian|
|Sun, Mar. 1||Washington Nationals||Viera, Fla.||Bram Weinstein, John Kruk, Buster Olney|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||Glendale, Ariz.||Sarah Walsh, Mark Mulder, Tim Kurkjian|
|Mon, Mar. 2||Pittsburgh Pirates||Bradenton, Fla.||Karl Ravech, John Kruk, Buster Olney|
|Cleveland Indians||Goodyear, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Mark Mulder, Tim Kurkjian|
|Arizona Diamondbacks||Scottsdale, Ariz.||Pedro Gomez|
|Tampa Bay Rays||Port Charlotte, Fla.||Britt McHenry|
|Tue, Mar. 3||Detroit Tigers||Lakeland, Fla.||Karl Ravech, John Kruk, Buster Olney|
|Texas Rangers||Surprise, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Mark Mulder, Tim Kurkjian|
|Oakland Athletics||Phoenix, Ariz.||Pedro Gomez|
|Philadelphia Phillies||Clearwater, Fla.||Britt McHenry|
|Wed, Mar. 4||New York Yankees||Tampa, Fla.||Karl Ravech, John Kruk, Buster Olney|
|Kansas City Royals||Surprise, Ariz.||Jay Crawford, Mark Mulder, Tim Kurkjian|
ESPN’s Spring Training coverage will also include a full slate of games, featuring two prime-time telecasts, beginning with the Philadelphia Phillies visiting the New York Yankees on Thursday, Mar. 19, at 7 p.m. Additionally, appearances by the Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Detroit Tigers round out the schedule. Sunday Night Baseball’s Dan Shulman, along with analysts Curt Schilling and John Kruk and reporter Buster Olney, will call the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Chicago Cubs game on Thursday, Mar. 26 at 7 p.m.
ESPN Spring Training game schedule
|Date||Time (ET)||Telecast||Spring Training Site||Commentators|
|Thu, Mar. 19||7 p.m.||Philadelphia Phillies at New York Yankees||Steinbrenner Field, Tampa, Fla.||Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe, Doug Glanville|
|Tue, Mar. 24||1 p.m.||Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves||ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.||Karl Ravech, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian|
|Thu, Mar. 26||7 p.m.||Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Chicago Cubs||Hohokam Park Mesa, Ariz.||Dan Shulman, John Kruk, Curt Schilling, Buster Olney|
|Fri, Mar. 27||1 p.m.||Boston Red Sox at Atlanta Braves||ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.||Karl Ravech, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian|
|Thu, Apr. 2||1 p.m.||New York Yankees at Detroit Tigers||Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland, Fla.||Dave O’Brien, Aaron Boone, Mark Mulder|
*ESPN Spring Training games are available on computers, smartphones, tablets, Apple TV, Xbox and Roku players via WatchESPN.
Key Profiles on Charles Barkley and John Wall Preview New Site Ahead of 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend in New York
TheUndefeated.com will be the name of ESPN’s new site focused on sports, race and culture. Set to launch later this year, the site will provide in-depth commentary, long-form storytelling and insight on race and urban culture through the prism of sports. National sports columnist Jason Whitlock will headline TheUndefeated.com and serve as editor-in-chief.
The name, The Undefeated, is inspired by a passage from American poet, author and civil rights leader Maya Angelou: “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.”
“Maya’s quote perfectly captures the African-American journey and the spirit athletes and all Americans try to embrace,” said Whitlock. “It’s wonderful to see our collective vision coming together.”
Under Whitlock’s leadership, TheUndefeated.com’s senior editorial team consists of award-winning sports editor Leon Carter, who was named vice president and editorial director last month, and former Ebony magazine editor-in-chief Amy DuBois Barnett, who joined in August 2014 as executive editor.
The site is part of ESPN’s Exit 31, the umbrella content unit responsible for ESPN Films, Grantland and FiveThirtyEight, and is being overseen by Marie Donoghue, ESPN Executive Vice President for Global Strategy and Original Content.
TheUndefeated.com editorial team (to-date):
- Jerry Bembry (senior writer) – former NBA reporter for The Baltimore Sun and ESPN The Magazine NBA editor.
- Danielle Cadet (senior editor) – former editor at “The Huffington Post Back Voices” who led the outlet’s coverage of the Trayvon Martin murder trial and the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
- Ryan Cortes (writer) – contributor to several media outlets including “Broward New Times” in South Florida, Lifestyle Magazine group, Life Publications and others.
- Brando Simeo Starkey (associate editor) – legal scholar and writer who’s been published by a number of respected law journals, and author of books on racial equality.
- Justin Tinsley (writer) – former urban culture and music writer whose work has been featured in Rolling Stone, Ebony.com, among other outlets.
- Jesse Washington (senior writer) – former Associated Press race and culture writer, editor in chief of Blaze magazine, and managing editor of Vibe magazine.
- Mike Wise (columnist and feature writer) – former national sports columnist and feature writer for The Washington Post.
TheUndefeated.com Profiles Charles Barkley:
Today, ESPN.com published an in-depth profile of NBA Hall of Famer and Turner Sports analyst Charles Barkley. Commissioned by the TheUndefeated.com, senior writer Jesse Washington, with additional reporting by Justin Tinsley, wrote an expansive, 9,000-word piece titled, “Up from Leeds: The People, the Place and the Privilege that Made Charles Barkley a Role Model.” The feature is a foretaste of the opinion-forming storytelling that will be a calling card for the new site. Highlights:
- Who is Charles Barkley?
- How did this Hall of Fame basketball player, with a personality more Allen Iverson than Bill Russell, emerge as a respected commentator on important social issues?
- Is Barkley the modern day Muhammad Ali, a voice for the ages on race. Or Jack Johnson, a provocateur with no real agenda?
Additionally, the story explores whether the self-responsibility doctrine espoused by Barkley is the by-product of the values he acquired growing up in Leeds, Ala., or the privilege he has earned with “his ability to dazzle on and off the court.”
Mike Wise Examines the Ascension of Washington Wizards Star Guard John Wall:
In a separate long-form story published this week on ESPN.com, Mike Wise examines the maturation of Washington Wizards’ John Wall and the path the NBA All-Star guard took from an insolent youngster growing up in the Raleigh, N.C. area, to becoming a beloved leader for a resurgent team in a city passionately steeped, by equal measure, in sports and politics. Read “Little John Wall’s unvarnished climb.”
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- Chris Berman and Analysts Live at Scottsdale Fashion Square for Special Four-Hour Show;
- Suzy Kolber with Super Bowl Champions Trent Dilfer, Ray Lewis and Steve Young at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale
- Reporters Sal Paolantonio (Patriots) and Ed Werder (Seahawks) with Team Reports
- Factor Back – Marshawn Lynch Read Option Run: Hoge breaks down the Seahawks running game, which goes through running back Marshawn Lynch in a zone-read.
- X and O Files – Russell Wilson Read Option: Hoge continues the breakdown of the Seahawks run game, describing the option Russell Wilson has as a runner when the defense overcommits to stopping Lynch.
- Hoge Breakdown – Seahawks Foundational ‘Cover 3’: Hoge takes a deep dive at the Seahawks defense, and shows how and why their simple “Cover 3” scheme is so effective against opposing offenses.
- Passing Thought – Antonio Gates’ Success vs. Seattle: Jaworski shows how the Chargers used tight end Antonio Gates for some successful plays in week 2 against the Seahawks, and says the offensive scheme from that matchup bodes well for a big day from Patriots Rob Gronkowski.
- Let’s See it Hoge – Eddie Royal Beats Richard Sherman: Staying with the week 2 game vs. the Chargers, Hoge walks the viewer through a play where Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was exploited by a great play design and argues the Patriots will look to replicate the play same offensive scheme in Super Bowl XLIX.
- Money Down – Doug Baldwin’s Third Down Efficiency: Hoge explains why wide receiver Doug Baldwin is quarterback Russell Wilson’s favorite target in the most critical down and distance situations for the Seahawks offense.
- Jaworski Covers the Field – The Gronkowski Threat: Jaworski describes a staple play from the Patriots offense that puts opposing defenses in a bind as they attempt to account for tight end Rob Gronkowski.
- Game Within the Game – Attacking the Seahawks ‘Cover 3’: Jaworski explains a play the Eagles offense used against the Seahawks base coverage that resulted in a touchdown and argues it is one example of a successful scheme against the tough Seattle defense.
- Eye in the Sky – Patriots Spy Defense: Hoge details how the Patriots defense will try to account for quarterback Russell Wilson’s threat as a scrambling quarterback by assigning a player to spy him on all passing downs.
|Sun, Feb 1||1-1:30 a.m.||NFL Matchup||ESPN2|
|7-7:30 a.m.||NFL Matchup||ESPN2|
|8-10 a.m.||SportsCenter (from Arizona)||ESPN|
|8-8:30 a.m.||Outside the Lines||ESPN2|
|8:30-9 a.m.||The Sports Reporters (Arizona)||ESPN2|
|10 a.m.-2 p.m.||Postseason NFL Countdown (Arizona)||ESPN|
|10:30-11:30 p.m.||NFL PrimeTime (Arizona)||ESPN|
|11:30 p.m.-1 a.m.||SportsCenter (Arizona)||ESPN|
|11:30 p.m.-12 a.m.||NFL Countdown: Best of Countdown||ESPN2|
ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona continues Friday, Jan. 30, from set locations at Scottsdale Fashion Square (7014-590 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale) and The McCormick Hotel in Scottsdale, site of the two-hour First Take (ESPN2, 8-10 a.m. MT) and His & Hers (ESPN2, 10-11 a.m.) programs.
Texans Pro Bowl defensive end J.J. Watt will join Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic as guest host at Scottsdale Fashion Square in the 6 a.m. MT hour of tomorrow’s Mike & Mike morning show (ESPN Radio and ESPN2).
The early SportsCenter will welcome Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (8:40 a.m.) and musician Lenny Kravitz (10:40), who will perform with Katy Perry during this weekend’s Super Bowl halftime, and ESPN’s Ron Jaworski will join Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon on Pardon the Interruption’s (3:30 p.m. MT, ESPN) Five Good Minutes segment for a Xs and Os preview of Super Bowl XLIX.
ESPN television and radio shows at Scottsdale Fashion Square are open for public viewing all week. Friday’s schedule:
|4-8 a.m.||Mike & Mike
Hosts: Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic
Guests: Texans DE J.J. Watt (6:00) and Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck (7:00)
|ESPN Radio, ESPN2|
Hosts: Hannah Storm and Jay Crawford
ESPN Analysts: Herm Edwards; Ryan Clark (Redskins S); Merril Hoge; Ron Jaworski and NFL Insider Adam Schefter
Guests: Cardinals QB Carson Palmer (8:40); Saints TE Jimmy Graham (9:20); Eagles RB LeSean McCoy (9:40) and Musician Lenny Kravitz (10:40)
|8-10 a.m.||First Take (The McCormick Hotel in Scottsdale)
Host: Cari Champion; Lead Commentators: Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith
Guests: Bears TE Martellus Bennett (8:15); McCoy (8:30) and Hall of Fame NFL RB Eric Dickerson (9:00)
|10-11 a.m.||His & Hers (The McCormick Hotel in Scottsdale)
Hosts: Michael Smith and Jemele Hill
Guest: Graham (10:20)
|8-11 a.m.||The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Host: Colin Cowherd
Guests: Buffalo Bills new HC Rex Ryan (8:30); Palmer (9:15); ESPN’s Trent Dilfer (9:45); NFL Live’s Trey Wingo and Mark Schlereth (10:15)
|ESPN Radio, ESPNU|
|11 a.m.-2 p.m.||SVP & Russillo
Hosts: Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo
Guests: ESPN’s Tedy Bruschi (12:30) and Fox Sports NFL Analyst John Lynch (1:00)
|ESPN Radio, ESPNEWS|
|1-2 p.m.||NFL Insiders
Host: Suzy Kolber. Insiders: Adam Schefter, Mortensen and Bill Polian.
|2-3 p.m.||NFL Live presented by Golden Corral
Host: Trey Wingo. Analysts: Mark Schlereth and Tedy Bruschi.
|3-3:30 p.m.||Around the Horn
Panelist (from Scottsdale): ESPN.com’s Jackie MacMullan
Hosts: Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon.
“Five Good Minutes” Guest: ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski
Hosts: John Anderson and Lindsay Czarniak.
Analysts: Steve Young and Trent Dilfer
|4-5 p.m.||NFL Semanal
Hosts: Ciro Procuna. Analysts: Alvaro Martin, Raul Allegre, John Sutcliffe, Mauricio Pedroza and Pablo Viruega
|ESPN in Latin America|
|5-8 p.m.||Sedano & Stink
Hosts: Jorge Sedano and Schlereth.
Note: Commentator and guest schedules subject to change
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ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl XLIX kicks off Monday, Jan. 26, at 6 a.m. ET / 4 a.m. MT and continues throughout the week with more than 130 hours of television and radio programming originating from set locations at Scottsdale Fashion Square (7014-590 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale) in Arizona.
Multiple editions of SportsCenter, NFL Live, NFL Insiders, Sunday NFL Countdown, Mike & Mike, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, SVP & Russillo and First Take and are some of the popular ESPN television and radio programs that will be based in Scottsdale throughout the week. Full release on ESPN Super Bowl plans.
Chris Berman, covering his 33rd Super Bowl, John Andersen, Jay Crawford, Lindsay Czarniak, Greenberg, Golic, Suzy Kolber, Steve Levy, Ryen Russillo, Hannah Storm, Scott Van Pelt and Trey Wingo will be among the show hosts. ESPN NFL analysts and experts will include the likes of Tedy Bruschi, Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Trent Dilfer, Tom Jackson, Ron Jaworski, Keyshawn Johnson, Ray Lewis, Chris Mortensen, Bill Polian, Adam Schefter, Mark Schlereth and Steve Young, as well as active NFL player Ryan Clark. They will appear on various programs throughout the week to offer their analysis and perspective on the Patriots-Seahawks matchup in Super Bowl XLIX.
ESPN television and radio shows at Scottsdale Fashion Square will be open for public viewing all week. Monday’s schedule:
|4-8 a.m.||Mike & Mike Hosts: Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic
Guests: Comedian and Impressionist Frank Caliendo (5:30 a.m.); and New York Jet Nick Mangold (7:30 a.m.)
|ESPN Radio, ESPN2|
|8-11 a.m.||SportsCenter Hosts: Hannah Storm and Jay Crawford
Guest: Pittsburgh Steelers DE Brad Kiesel
|8-10 a.m.||First Take (The McCormick Hotel in Scottsdale)Host: Cari Champion; Lead Commentators: Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith
Guest: Chicago Bears K Jay Feely (8:15)
|8-11 a.m.||The Herd with Colin CowherdHost: Colin Cowherd
Guest: NBC Super Bowl XLIX play-by-play commentator Al Michaels (10:00)
|ESPN Radio, ESPNU|
|11 a.m.-2 p.m.||SVP & RussilloHosts: Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo
Guest: Kiesel (11:30)
|ESPN Radio, ESPNEWS|
|1-2 p.m.||NFL Insiders Host: Suzy Kolber. Insiders: Adam Schefter, Chris Mortensen and Bill Polian||ESPN|
|2-3 p.m.||NFL Live presented by Golden CorralHost: Trey Wingo. Analysts: Ryan Clark (Redskins S), Mark Schlereth, Ron Jaworski, and Insider Schefter||ESPN|
|3:30-4 p.m.||PTIHosts: Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon.
Five Good Minutes Guest: (TBD)
|4-5 p.m.||SportsCenter Hosts: John Anderson and Lindsay Czarniak.
Analysts: Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, and Insider Mortensen
|4-5 p.m.||NFL Semanal Hosts: Ciro Procuna. Analysts: Alvaro Martin, Raul Allegre, John Sutcliffe, Mauricio Pedroza and Pablo Viruega||ESPN in Latin America|
|5-8 p.m.||Sedano & StinkHosts: Jorge Sedano and Schlereth.||ESPN|
Note: Commentator and guest schedules subject to change
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