Broadcaster Booooone hits the airwaves.

I don’t know if Aaron Booooone plans to continue his playing career in 2010, but if he has decided to hang it up, he might have broadcasting in his future.

Boone has been providing color commentary during the Dodgers-Cardinals National League Division Series on ESPN radio, and on Friday, MLB Network announced Boone will join its team of analysts throughout the postseason.

Boone, Kevin Millar and Carlos Pena will serve as guest analysts on “MLB Tonight,” as the network plans for 100 hours of live postseason coverage throughout October.

First up is Millar, first baseman for the Toronto Blue Jays, who was part of the 2004 Boston Red Sox that won the team’s first World Series in 86 years. He’ll appear on MLB Tonight from Oct. 9-11. Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Pena, who faced the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies in the 2008 World Series, will be on the show October 12 and 13.

Boone, who hit one of the most memorable home runs in postseason history as part of the 2003 New York Yankees, will appear from October 19-21.

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