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MLB Game of the Week Live on YouTube - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia MLB Game of the Week Live on YouTubeMLB Game of the Week Live on YouTube logoAlso known asMLB on YouTubeGenreBaseball telecastsPresented byScott BraunYonder AlonsoCountry of originUnited StatesOriginal languageEnglishNo. of seasons3ProductionProduction locationsVarious MLB stadiums (game telecasts)One MLB Network Plaza Secaucus, New Jersey (studio segments, pregame and postgame shows)Camera setupMulti-cameraRunning time180 minutes (varies depending on game length)Production companiesMLB NetworkYouTubeReleaseOriginal networkYouTubeOriginal releaseJuly 18, 2019 –present MLB Game of the Week Live on YouTube is the presentation of Major League Baseball (MLB) games live on the video sharing and social media platform YouTube.
Unlike previous years which featured a rotating broadcasting crew, Scott Braun will handle all play–by–play duties and Yonder Alonso will handle all color commentating.  For the August 17, 2022 broadcast between the Los Angeles Angels and Seattle Mariners, an alternate broadcast hosted by Lauren Gardner and Cameron Maybin was also produced. The broadcast featured celebrity guests such as Bill Nye, Joel McHale and Kenny Mayne, among others.   Play-by-play Scott Braun (2019–present) Brian Kenny (2021) Stephen Nelson (2019–2021) Melanie Newman (2021) Matt Vasgersian (2021) Rich Waltz (2019) Broadcasts The pre- and postgame shows are each 30 minutes in duration.
 After the season, MLB said they averaged 130, 000 viewers per telecast. The August 7, Dodgers-Cardinals telecast saw the highest peak of 320, 000 live viewers.  Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting reduction of the 2020 MLB season to 60 games, MLB on YouTube only aired 4 games, all in September, during the 2020 season. Two of these games were exclusive to the platform, while two others aired in tandem with local regional sports networks.
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