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The Red Sox Radio Network consists of 64 stations (39 AM, 25 FM) in the six New England states, along with Florida and Wyoming. The English language announcers are Joe Castiglione, Dave O'Brien, and Jon Rish. [1] Additionally, there is a 4-station Spanish-language network (all AM) with affiliates in italics. This brings the total number of stations carrying Red Sox baseball to 74. The Red Sox Radio Network specifically refers to the English-language network originating at WEEI. The Spanish Network is called the Spanish Beisbol Network.

Shaw's Supermarkets, a grocery store chain which serves much of New England, is the primary promotional sponsor of Red Sox' English-language radio broadcasts. Thus, the announcers refer to the "Shaw's WEEI Red Sox Radio Network" when entering into commercial spot breaks during the broadcast.


Flagships (2 stations)

Connecticut (5 stations)

Maine (20 stations)

Massachusetts (20 stations)

  • 1420/WBEC:Pittsfield
  • 104.9/WBOQ:Gloucester
  • 1420/WBSM:New Bedford
  • 1490/WCEC:Haverhill
  • 101.9/WCIB:Falmouth (if there is a conflict on WXTK)
  • 830/WCRN:Worcester
  • 850/WEEI:Boston English-language flagship
  • 96.3/WEII: Dennis
  • 1240/WHMQ:Greenfield
  • 1400/WHMP:Northampton
  • 1600/WHNP:East Longmeadow
  • 1400/WHTB: Fall River (if there is a conflict on WSAR)
  • 1490/WMRC:Milford
  • 1230/WNAW:North Adams
  • 1230/WNEB:Worcester
  • 1280/WPKZ:Fitchburg
  • 1480/WSAR:Fall River
  • 1440/WVEI:Worcester
  • 105.5/WVEI-FM:Easthampton (Springfield)
  • 1150/WWDJ:Boston Spanish-language flagship
  • 95.1/WXTK:West Yarmouth

New Hampshire (14 stations)

Rhode Island (2 stations)

Vermont (13 stations)

Former flagships (5 stations)

Former affiliates (21 stations)

  • 560/WHYN-Springfield, Massachusetts (Through 2006)
  • 580/WTAG-Worcester, Massachusetts (circa 1967-2006)
  • 610 WGIR-Manchester, N.H.
  • 630/WPRO-Providence, R.I. (1986-2005)
  • 940/WGFP:Webster, Massachusetts (2005)
  • 990/WALE:Greenville, R.I. (2005, 2008)
  • 1110/WHIM-East Providence, R.I. (unknown date)
  • 1120/WPRX: Bristol, Connecticut (2005)
  • 1160/WSKW-Skowhegan, Maine (????-2005)
  • 1220/WRIB: Providence, R.I.
  • 1230/WERI-Westerly, R.I. (1997)
  • 1380/WNRI-Woonsocket, R.I. (1997)
  • 1400 WVAE-Biddeford, Maine (Until 2006)
  • 1450/WKRI-West Warwick, R.I. (1997)
  • 1450/WTSA-Brattleboro, Vermont (late 1960s-early 1970s?)
  • 1490/WCCM (now WCEC)-Haverhill, Massachusetts
  • 1570/WPEP:Taunton, Massachusetts (2004-2005)
  • 96.7 WCME-Boothbay Harbor, Maine (Until 2006}
  • 98.3 WHAI-FM-Greenfield, Massachusetts
  • 101.1/WWKJ (now WFRQ)-Mashpee, Massachusetts (1998)
  • 102.5/WQSS-Camden, Maine (1990s-Early 2000s)

See also




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