Dallas Braden became one of the Yankees most infamous opponents this season. Now he’ll be doing guest analyst work for MLB Network in the playoffs. Enjoy. Here’s the announcement from the network.
Some of the biggest stars of the 2010 Major League Baseball season will be spending the Postseason at MLB Network. Torii Hunter (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim), Chris Young (Arizona Diamondbacks), Eric Chavez and Dallas Braden (Oakland Athletics) will serve as guest analysts on MLB Tonight throughout October as the network plans for more than 125 hours of live coverage in October. MLB Tonight Delivered by UPS will air live before and after every Postseason game.
Chavez, a six time Gold Glove-winning third baseman with five career trips to the Postseason, will be the first guest analyst to visit Studio 3, with a two-night stint on MLB Tonight starting Wednesday, October 6. Chavez’s teammate Braden, who threw the 19th perfect game in MLB history and the second in A’s franchise history this June, will appear on MLB Tonight on October 8 and 9. 2010 All-Star centerfielder Young, will join MLB Tonight on October 10 while four-time All-Star and nine-time Gold Glove winner Hunter, a frequent guest on MLB Tonight, will sit in-studio on October 11 and 12.