Michael Santini

MLB Network, VP, Production

Michael Santini is the vice president of production for MLB Network. Santini was previously a senior coordinating producer at MLB Network, working across all of MLB Network's studio programming since its launch in January 2009, including the Emmy Award-winning signature studio show MLB Tonight.

Prior to joining MLB Network, Santini spent 20 years at MSG Network in New York. He started as a freelance production assistant and rose to coordinating producer, working on New York Mets and New York Yankees game telecasts, as well as studio programming including MSG SportsDesk. Santini also spent six years as a freelance producer for MLB International's coverage of the World Series, League Championship Series, and MLB All-Star Game. He worked on CBS' production of the 1998 Nagano Olympic Winter Games, as well.

Santini graduated from the University of Connecticut with a B.A. in journalism.

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