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Baseball Sunday was the name of a 1980s era nationally syndicated radio program. Baseball Sunday was a precursor of sorts to ESPN's Baseball Tonight, which debuted in 1990.

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Format

The basic format of Baseball Sunday involved a round table chat about the goings on in Major League Baseball at the time. The hosts would also take calls from the listeners. Radio highlights from that particular Sunday's Major League Baseball action would be mixed in for good measure.

Hosts

The initial host of Baseball Sunday was Kevin Harlan, who was joined by regulars Bill James[1] and Hal Bodley (of USA Today). Around 1990, Harlan left the program and was replaced by Joe Garagiola[2][3][4].

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