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MLB Whiparound

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MLB Whiparound
StarringChris Myers (main host)
Kevin Burkhardt (main host)
Joel Klatt (secondary host)
Lindsay Czarniak (secondary host)
Frank Thomas
Eric Karros
Pete Rose
Dontrelle Willis
Nick Swisher
Alex Rodriguez
A. J. Pierzynski
Jon Paul Morosi
Ken Rosenthal
David Ortiz
Terry Collins
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Running timeLive Nightly; 11PM - 12AM ET, 12AM- 1AM ET in case of preemption.
Production companyFox Sports
Original release
NetworkFox Sports 1
ReleaseMarch 31, 2014 (2014-03-31) –

MLB Whiparound was an American baseball nightly television show on Fox Sports 1 hosted by Chris Myers and Kevin Burkhardt with Joel Klatt alternating as a secondary presenter. The presenter is joined by either 1 or 2 analysts from the group of Mark Sweeney, Eric Karros, Dontrelle Willis, Pete Rose, Nick Swisher, Alex Rodriguez, A. J. Pierzynski, Frank Thomas, and Terry Collins, as well as Fox Sports' Jon Paul Morosi and Ken Rosenthal.

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Description and format

The show features Quick-Turnaround Highlights of In-Progress Games, News, and Analysis. The show is located in Studio A (Adjacent to Fox Sports Live) in Los Angeles. The show airs on Mondays through Fridays at 11 pm ET unless there is live programming in which case it airs at Midnight ET.

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