MLB Network “30 Clubs in 30 Days” schedule

By Ryan

[Click here for the 2011 30 Clubs in 30 Days schedule]

MLB Network will again preview each club during spring training with its 30 Clubs in 30 Days series, beginning March 3 with the Detroit Tigers. Here’s the full release and schedule from MLB Network:

mlb-networkNEW SEASON OF30 CLUBS IN 30 DAYS SPRING TRAINING SERIES BEGINS ON MLB NETWORK

One-Hour Specials on Every MLB Club Shot On Location Throughout Spring Training

MLB Tonight, MLB Network’s signature studio show, returns March 1

Secaucus, N.J. – With 41 days until Opening Day, MLB Network today announced it will once again televise the Spring Training series 30 Clubs in 30 Days, with hour-long features on each of the 30 Major League clubs previewing the 2010 season. Starting March 3, MLB Network hosts Greg Amsinger, Victor Rojas and Matt Vasgersian as well as reporters Trenni Kusnierek and Hazel Mae will report from each of the 30 Spring Training camps throughout Florida and Arizona, conducting interviews with key players, coaches and others associated with each club. MLB Network analysts Peter Gammons and John Hart will also report on select camps throughout the series and on MLB Tonight, MLB Network’s signature studio show during the regular season, which returns on Monday, March 1 live at 6:00 p.m. ET.

The new season of 30 Clubs in 30 Days will provide extensive coverage of each team with field reports, interviews, predictions and inside access to every club’s training camp as Opening Day approaches. Each episode will also focus on the past and the future of each club, with a By the Numbers segment looking at each team’s fantasy statistics; a look at each team’s offense, defense and farm systems; a recap of each club’s 2009 season; highlights of the best moments in club history; an all-time homegrown club roster by position; and a Prime 9 countdown on the best plays in club history. A preview of the new season can be viewed on MLB Network’s web site.

30 Clubs in 30 Days premieres on Wednesday, March 3 at 5:00 p.m. ET with the Detroit Tigers, followed by the New York Yankees on Thursday, March 4 at 5:00 p.m. ET (full schedule below). Grammy Award-winning recording artist TobyMac’s upcoming single “Tonight” has been chosen as the theme song for 30 Clubs in 30 Days and will be featured throughout each episode.

“In 2009, 30 Clubs in 30 Days established our ability to give fans the best in behind-the-scenes access to every MLB club,” said Tony Petitti, president and CEO of MLB Network. “This series shows our commitment to providing in-depth coverage of all 30 MLB clubs and we’re excited to bring fans the second year of this Spring Training franchise.”

As part of the 30 Clubs in 30 Days Spring Training Tour, MLB Network is visiting select teams’ camps with a virtual experience that gives fans a chance to pretend they made the roster of a Major League team. Guests can see themselves interviewed virtually by MLB Network’s Harold Reynolds and Hazel Mae when they visit the traveling studio. After being videotaped in front of a screen and answering team-specific questions, interviewed fans will be able to download their video to both view and share.

The complete on-air schedule of premiere dates for each episode of 30 Clubs in 30 Days appears below. (All times ET and subject to change, check www.mlbnetwork.com for updates)

March 3 — Detroit Tigers 5pm
March 4 — New York Yankees 5pm
March 5 — Philadelphia Phillies 5pm
March 6 — Toronto Blue Jays 5pm
March 7 — Pittsburgh Pirates 5pm
March 8 — Baltimore Orioles 5pm
March 9 — Tampa Bay Rays 5pm
March 10 — Minnesota Twins 10pm
March 11 — Boston Red Sox 5pm
March 12 — Florida Marlins 5pm
March 13 — St. Louis Cardinals 5pm
March 14 — New York Mets 8pm
March 15 — Houston Astros 9pm
March 16 —Washington Nationals 9pm
March 17 — Atlanta Braves 9pm
March 18 — LA Angels of Anaheim 5pm
March 19 — Los Angeles Dodgers 9pm
March 20 — Milwaukee Brewers 9pm
March 21 — San Francisco Giants 9pm
March 22 — Oakland Athletics 7pm
March 23 — Cincinnati Reds 7pm
March 24 — Cleveland Indians 7pm
March 25 — Texas Rangers 7pm
March 26 — Colorado Rockies 7pm
March 27 — Arizona Diamondbacks 9pm
March 28 — Kansas City Royals 8pm
March 29 — Seattle Mariners 5pm
March 30 — Chicago Cubs 7pm
March 31 — Chicago White Sox 7pm
April 1 — San Diego Padres 7pm

About Ryan Berenz

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