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Media and broadcast information/history for the Florida Marlins:

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Flagship broadcast outlets

All names/call letters used are those used by the broadcaster the last time the team was broadcast on that outlet.

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Television

Radio

English

  • WAXY 790 AM (2008-Present) - Flagship in Miami
  • WQAM 560 AM (1993-2007) - Flagship in Miami
  • Marlins Radio Network (1993-Present) - Distributes games to radio stations around Florida
  • XM Satellite Radio (2005-Present) - Carries games as part of MLB package

WQAM did not renew the contract with the Marlins when it expired after the 2007 season at the request of the Miami Dolphins[1]. WAXY 790 (The Ticket) signed a contract to become the flagship station for the Marlins.

Spanish

  • WAQI 710 AM (Present)
  • WQBA 1140 AM (1998-2008)
  • WCMQ 1210 AM (1993-1997)

Broadcasters

Television

Radio

English

Spanish

  • Manolo Alvarez: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 1993-1998
  • Jesus Diaz: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 1999
  • Luis Quintana: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 2002-Present
  • Felo Ramirez: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 1993-Present
  • Angel Rodriguez: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 2000-2001

See also

Notes

* Angel & O'Brien split innings doing play-by-play between radio and television for four seasons

References


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