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Eric Collins (born 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a play-by-play sports announcer, working primarily in baseball and softball.

Currently, Collins serves as the part-time television voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, taking over the duties of current Dodger radio voice Charley Steiner, who was the play-by-play announcer on road telecasts east of Denver. Collins' broadcasting experience including doing play-by-play on NBC Sports' coverage of the USA Baseball and Softball teams during the 2008 Summer Olympics Games in Beijing, China, as well as calling ESPN's coverage of college baseball and softball Super Regional tournaments, part-time announcing for the Chicago White Sox in 2004 and 2008, and working in Minor League Baseball for the Schaumburg Flyers and Rochester Red Wings. He also worked as a sideline reporter for Chicago Bulls broadcasts from 1997 to 2002.

Collins is a graduate of St. Lawrence University (bachelor's degree) and Syracuse University (master's degree). He, his wife Keri, and their daughters, Beatrice and Harriet, live in the Chicago area.

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