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The following a list of current (entering the 2010 season) Major League Baseball broadcasters for each individual team. Some franchises have a regular color commentator while others (such as the Milwaukee Brewers) use two play-by-play men, with the primary often doing more innings than the second man.

Contents

American League

Team Play-by-play Analyst or Second Play-by-play Reporter Flagship Stations Number of Affiliates
Baltimore Joe Angel Fred Manfra WJZ-FM 30 [1]
Gary Thorne (primary);
Jim Hunter (selected games)
Jim Palmer,
Mike Flanagan
Amber Theoharis MASN /
WJZ-TV
Boston Joe Castiglione Dave O'Brien
or Jon Rish
WEEI-AM 67 [2]
Don Orsillo Jerry Remy (Home games);
TBA (Road games)
Heidi Watney NESN
Uri Berenguer Juan Oscar Baez WWDJ AM
(Spanish Radio)
Chicago Ed Farmer Darrin Jackson WSCR-AM 20 [3]
Ken Harrelson Steve Stone WGN-TV / WGN America /
WCIU / CSN Chicago
Hector Molina Ozzie Guillén Jr. WRTO-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Cleveland Tom Hamilton Mike Hegan WTAM-AM
WMMS (select games)
30 [4]
Matt Underwood Rick Manning SportsTime Ohio /
WKYC-TV
Detroit Dan Dickerson Jim Price WXYT-AM and FM 34 [5]
Mario Impemba Rod Allen Fox Sports Detroit
Kansas City Denny Matthews or Bob Davis Bob Davis or Steve Stewart KCSP-AM (Mon.-Sat.);
KMBZ-AM (Sunday)
86 [6]
Ryan Lefebvre Paul Splittorff;
Frank White
Fox Sports Kansas City
Los Angeles Terry Smith José Mota KLAA /
KFWB (Simulcast Mon-Fri)
6 [7]
Victor Rojas Mark Gubicza Fox Sports West /
KCOP-TV
Rolando Nichols KWKW-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Minnesota John Gordon Dan Gladden,
Jack Morris
Kris Atteberry KSTP-AM 64 [8]
Dick Bremer Bert Blyleven Ron Coomer Fox Sports North /
WFTC
Alfonso Fernández Tony Oliva KMNV / KMNQ-AM
(Spanish Radio)
New York John Sterling Suzyn Waldman WCBS-AM 30 [9]
Michael Kay, Ken Singleton Paul O'Neill, Ken Singleton, John Flaherty, Al Leiter, David Cone Kimberly Jones YES Network /
WWOR-TV
Beto Villa Francisco Rivera WADO-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Oakland Ken Korach Vince Cotroneo KTRB-AM 18 [10]
Glen Kuiper Ray Fosse CSN California
Amaury Pi-Gonzalez Mando Hernández-Doulen KDIA-AM (night games);
KDYA-AM (day games)
(Spanish Radio)
Seattle Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs KIRO-AM 83 [11]
Dave Sims Mike Blowers FSN Northwest
Alex Rivera Julio Cruz KKMO-AM
(Spanish Radio)
2
Tampa Bay Andy Freed Dave Wills WDAE-AM 10 [12]
Dewayne Staats Kevin Kennedy,
Brian Anderson or Todd Kalas
Todd Kalas Fox Sports Florida/Sun Sports
Ricardo Tavaras Enrique Oliu WGES-AM
(Spanish radio)
Texas Eric Nadel Dave Barnett KRLD-FM (Mon-Fri) /
KRLD-AM (weekends)
24 [13]
Josh Lewin Tom Grieve Jim Knox Fox Sports Southwest /
KTXA-TV
11
Eleno Ornelas José Guzmán KFLC-AM
(Spanish radio)
Toronto Jerry Howarth Alan Ashby Mike Wilner CJCL-AM 27
Buck Martinez Pat Tabler,
Rance Mulliniks
Sam Cosentino Rogers Sportsnet
Rod Black Pat Tabler TSN

National League

Team Play-by-play Analyst or Second Play-by-play Reporter Flagship Stations Number of Affiliates
Arizona Greg Schulte (primary);
Jeff Munn
Tom Candiotti KTAR-AM 17 [14]
Daron Sutton Mark Grace Fox Sports Arizona
Miguel Quintana Arturo Ochoa,
Richard Saenz
KSUN-AM
(Spanish Radio)
3
Oscar Soria Jerry Romo KPHE-LP
(Spanish TV)
Atlanta Jim Powell Don Sutton WCNN /
WNNX
139 [15]
Ernie Johnson, Jr. Joe Simpson,
John Smoltz
WPCH-TV
Chip Caray Joe Simpson,
Tom Glavine (Sunday Home Games Only)
Jerome Jurenovich Fox Sports South /
SportSouth /
Comcast/Charter
Sports Southeast
(Spring training only)
Fernando Palacios Pedro Manzano WWVA-FM
(Spanish Radio)
Chicago Pat Hughes Ron Santo WGN-AM 44 [16]
Len Kasper Bob Brenly WGN-TV / WGN America /
WCIU / CSN Chicago
Cincinnati Marty Brennaman Thom Brennaman,
Jeff Brantley
WLW-AM 52 [17]
Thom Brennaman,
Paul Keels
Chris Welsh,
Jeff Brantley
Fox Sports Ohio
Colorado Jerry Schemmel Jack Corrigan KOA-AM 37 [18]
Drew Goodman George Frazier,
Jeff Huson
Alanna Rizzo FSN Rocky Mountain
Florida Dave Van Horne Glenn Geffner WAXY-AM 7 [19]
Rich Waltz Tommy Hutton Craig Minervini, Frank Forte Fox Sports Florida /
Sun Sports
Felo Ramirez Luis Quintana WAQI-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Raul Striker, Jr. Cookie Rojas Fox Sports Florida en Español via SAP
(Spanish TV)
Houston Milo Hamilton (home games only);
Brett Dolan
Dave Raymond KTRH-AM 34 [20]
Bill Brown Jim Deshaies Fox Sports Houston /
KTXH-TV
Francisco Romero Alex Treviño KLAT-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Los Angeles Vin Scully (First three innings all home,
Anaheim and NL West games);
Charley Steiner
Rick Monday KABC-AM 18 [21]
Vin Scully (All home, NL West
and Anaheim games);
Eric Collins
Steve Lyons (Except home, NL West and Anaheim games) Prime Ticket /
KCAL-TV
Jaime Jarrin Fernando Valenzuela KHJ-AM
(Spanish Radio / also available on Prime Ticket via SAP)
4
Milwaukee Bob Uecker Cory Provus WTMJ-AM 36 [22]
Brian Anderson Bill Schroeder Craig Coshun,
Davey Nelson,
Jeff Grayson,
Jerry Augustine,
Telly Hughes
Fox Sports Wisconsin /
WMLW-CA/WDJT-DT2
To be announced WRRD-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Hector Molina WYTU-LP
(Spanish TV)
New York Howie Rose Wayne Hagin Ed Coleman WFAN-AM
Gary Cohen Ron Darling,
Keith Hernandez,
Ralph Kiner (select games only)
Kevin Burkhardt SportsNet New York /
WPIX-TV
Juan Alicea Max Perez-Jimenez WADO-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Philadelphia Scott Franzke Larry Andersen WPHT-AM;
WIP (Sunday simulcasts through Labor Day)
18 [23]
Tom McCarthy Chris Wheeler,
Gary Matthews
CSN Philadelphia /
Comcast Network Philadelphia/
WPHL-TV
5[24]
Danny Martinez Bill Kulik WUBA-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Pittsburgh Greg Brown Steve Blass (home games only);
John Wehner (road games and selected home games only)
WPGB-FM 41 [25]
Tim Neverett Bob Walk FSN Pittsburgh
St. Louis Mike Shannon John Rooney KTRS 111 [26]
Dan McLaughlin or Rick Horton Al Hrabosky or Rick Horton Jim Hayes Fox Sports Midwest
Jay Randolph Rick Horton Frank Cusumano KSDK-TV 21
San Diego Ted Leitner Andy Masur,
Jerry Coleman
XEPRS / XERCN
Dick Enberg;
Mark Neely
Mark Grant and
Tony Gwynn
4SD
Eduardo Ortego Juan Ángel Ávila XEMO
(Spanish Radio)
San Francisco Jon Miller,
Greg Papa
Dave Flemming KNBR-AM 14 [27]
Duane Kuiper Mike Krukow CSN Bay Area
Jon Miller KNTV-TV 8
Erwin Higueros Tito Fuentes KIQI-AM /
KATD-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Washington Charlie Slowes Dave Jageler WFED 11 [28]
Bob Carpenter Rob Dibble Debbi Taylor MASN /
WDCW
Luciano Rodríguez Ángel Cabrillo WXTR-AM
(Spanish Radio)

National television broadcasts

Game Play-by-play Analyst or Second Play-by-play Reporter(s) Network
All-Star Game Joe Buck Tim McCarver Ken Rosenthal and Chris Rose FOX
2010 American League Championship Series TBD TBD Craig Sager TBS
2010 National League Championship Series Joe Buck Tim McCarver Ken Rosenthal FOX
2010 Division Series TBS
2010 World Series Joe Buck Tim McCarver Ken Rosenthal FOX
TBS Sunday Baseball Ernie Johnson, Jr., Dick Stockton, Brian Anderson Ron Darling, Buck Martinez, David Wells, Dennis Eckersley, John Smoltz TBS
Sunday Night Baseball Jon Miller Joe Morgan and Orel Hershiser ESPN
Monday Night Baseball Dan Shulman Orel Hershiser ESPN
Wednesday Night Baseball Dave O'Brien or Chris Berman Rick Sutcliffe Erin Andrews ESPN
Thursday Night Baseball Bob Costas[29] Matt Vasgersian [30] Al Leiter, Joe Magrane, Dan Plesac, Harold Reynolds, Jim Kaat[30], Mitch Williams, Clint Hurdle MLB Network
Fox Saturday Baseball Joe Buck, Thom Brennaman, Kenny Albert, Dick Stockton, Josh Lewin, local announcers Tim McCarver, Mark Grace, Eric Karros, Jose Mota, local analysts FOX
     Expected announcer, subject to change.

Notes

  • On July 25th, Morgan and Miller will be in Cooperstown, New York for the 2010 Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. ESPN will have a replacement team for the game that evening as Morgan is a Hall of Fame board member and Miller will honored with the Ford Frick Award for outstanding contributions for broadcasting in Major League Baseball.
  • The Tigers' home opener is simulcasted on WJBK.

See also

References

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The following a list of current (entering the 2009 season) Major League Baseball announcers for each individual team. Some franchises have a regular color commentator while others (such as the Milwaukee Brewers) use two play by play men with the primary often doing more innings than the second man.

Contents

American League

Team Play-by-play Analyst or Second Play-by-play Reporter Flagship Stations Number of Affiliates
Baltimore Joe Angel Fred Manfra WJZ-FM 30 [1]
Gary Thorne (primary);
Jim Hunter (alternate-Sundays and other selected games)
Jim Palmer;
Buck Martinez
Amber Theoharis MASN /
WJZ-TV
Boston Joe Castiglione Dave O'Brien
or Jon Rish
WRKO-AM /
WEEI-AM
(Wed. Nights and weekdays)
68 [2]
Don Orsillo Jerry Remy or guest analysts (see note 1) Heidi Watney NESN
Uri Berenguer Juan Oscar Baez WWDJ AM
(Spanish Radio)
Chicago White Sox Ed Farmer Darrin Jackson WSCR-AM 20 [3]
Ken Harrelson Steve Stone Ken Harrelson WGN-TV /
WGN America /
WCIU / CSN Chicago
Hector Molina Ozzie Guillen Jr. WRTO-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Cleveland Tom Hamilton Mike Hegan WTAM-AM
WMMS (select games)
30 [4]
Matt Underwood Rick Manning SportsTime Ohio /
WKYC-TV
Detroit Dan Dickerson Jim Price WXYT-AM and FM 34 [5]
Mario Impemba Rod Allen Fox Sports Detroit
Kansas City Denny Matthews or Bob Davis Bob Davis or Steve Stewart KCSP-AM (Mon.-Sat.);
KMBZ-AM (Sunday)
86 [6]
Ryan Lefebvre Paul Splittorff;
Frank White
Fox Sports Kansas City
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Rory Markas Terry Smith KLAA /
KFWB (Simulcast Mon-Fri)
6 [7]
Steve Physioc Rex Hudler and
Mark Gubicza
Fox Sports West / KCOP-TV
José Mota Rolando Gonzalez KWKW-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Minnesota John Gordon Dan Gladden,
Jack Morris
Kris Atteberry KSTP-AM 64 [8]
Dick Bremer Bert Blyleven Telly Hughes,
Ron Coomer
Fox Sports North
/ WFTC
Alfonso Fernandez Tony Oliva KMNV / KMNQ-AM
(Spanish Radio)
New York Yankees John Sterling Suzyn Waldman WCBS-AM 30 [9]
Beto Villa Francisco Rivera WQBU-FM
(Spanish Radio)
Michael Kay Paul O'Neill, Ken Singleton, John Flaherty, Al Leiter, David Cone John Flaherty & Kimberly Jones YES Network /
WWOR-TV
Oakland Ken Korach Vince Cotroneo KTRB-AM 18 [10]
Glen Kuiper Ray Fosse CSN California
Amaury Pi-Gonzalez Mando Hernandez-Doulen KDIA-AM (night games); KDYA-AM (day games)
(Spanish Radio)
Seattle Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs KIRO-AM 83 [11]
Dave Sims Mike Blowers Fox Sports Northwest
Alex Rivera Julio Cruz KKMO-AM
(Spanish Radio)
2
Tampa Bay Andy Freed Dave Wills WDAE-AM 10 [12]
Dewayne Staats Kevin Kennedy,
Brian Anderson or Todd Kalas
Todd Kalas Fox Sports Florida /
Sun Sports
Ricardo Tavaras Enrique Oliu WGES-AM
(Spanish radio)
Texas Eric Nadel Dave Barnett KRLD-FM (Mon-Fri) /
KRLD-AM (weekends)
24 [13]
Josh Lewin Tom Grieve Jim Knox Fox Sports Southwest /
KDFI-TV /
KDFW-TV
11
Eleno Ornelas Jose Guzman KFLC-AM
(Spanish radio)
Toronto Jerry Howarth Alan Ashby Mike Wilner CJCL-AM 27
Jamie Campbell Pat Tabler,
Rance Mulliniks
Sam Cosentino Rogers Sportsnet
Rod Black Pat Tabler TSN
Gord Martineau Hugh Burrill Kathryn Humphreys CITY-TV
(Spring Training Only)

National League

Team Play-by-play Analyst or Second Play-by-play Reporter Flagship Stations Number of Affiliates
Arizona Greg Schulte (primary)
Jeff Munn
Tom Candiotti KTAR-AM 17 [14]
Daron Sutton Mark Grace Fox Sports Arizona
Miguel Quintana Arturo Ochoa,
Richard Saenz
KSUN-AM
(Spanish Radio)
3
Oscar Soria Jerry Romo KPHE-LP
(Spanish TV)
Atlanta Jim Powell Don Sutton WGST-AM / WUBL-FM 139 [15]
Chip Caray Joe Simpson WPCH-TV
Jon Sciambi Joe Simpson Jerome Jurenovich Fox Sports South /
SportSouth
Fernando Palacios Pedro Manzano WWVA-FM
(Spanish Radio)
Chicago Cubs Pat Hughes Ron Santo WGN-AM 44 [16]
Len Kasper Bob Brenly WGN-TV /
WGN America /
WCIU / CSN Chicago
Cincinnati Marty Brennaman Thom Brennaman,
Jeff Brantley
WLW-AM 52 [17]
George Grande,
Thom Brennaman
Chris Welsh,
Jeff Brantley
Fox Sports Ohio
Colorado Jeff Kingery Jack Corrigan KOA-AM 37 [18]
Drew Goodman George Frazier,
Jeff Huson
Fox Sports Rocky Mountain
Florida Dave Van Horne Glenn Geffner WAXY-AM 7 [19]
Rich Waltz Tommy Hutton Craig Minervini, Frank Forte Fox Sports Florida or Sun Sports
Felo Ramirez Luis Quintana WAQI-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Raul Striker, Jr. Cookie Rojas Fox Sports Florida en Español via SAP
(Spanish TV)
Houston Milo Hamilton (home games only);
Brett Dolan
Dave Raymond KTRH-AM 34 [20]
Bill Brown Jim Deshaies Fox Sports Houston /
KTXH-TV
Francisco Romero Alex Trevino KLAT-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Los Angeles Dodgers Vin Scully (First three innings all home, Anaheim and NL West games);
Charley Steiner
Rick Monday KABC-AM 18 [21]
Vin Scully (Home, NL West and Anaheim games);
Eric Collins
Steve Lyons (Except home, NL West and Anaheim games) Prime Ticket /
KCAL-TV
Jaime Jarrin Fernando Valenzuela KHJ-AM
(Spanish Radio / also available on Prime Ticket via SAP)
4
Milwaukee Bob Uecker Cory Provus WTMJ-AM 36 [22]
Brian Anderson Bill Schroeder Craig Coshun,
Davey Nelson (Home),
Jeff Grayson,
Jeff Cirillo (Road)
Fox Sports Wisconsin /
WMLW-TV
To be announced WRRD-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Hector Molina WYTU-TV
(Spanish TV)
New York Mets Howie Rose Wayne Hagin Ed Coleman WFAN-AM
Gary Cohen Ron Darling,
Keith Hernandez,
Ralph Kiner (select games only)
Kevin Burkhardt SportsNet New York / WPIX-TV
Juan Alicea Max Perez-Jimenez WADO-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Philadelphia Scott Franzke Larry Andersen WPHT-AM;
WIP (Sunday simulcasts through Labor Day)
18 [23]
Tom McCarthy Chris Wheeler,
Gary Matthews
CSN Philadelphia /
Comcast Network Philadelphia/
WPHL-TV
5[24]
Danny Martinez Bill Kulik WUBA-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Pittsburgh Greg Brown Steve Blass (home games only);
John Wehner (road games and selected home games only)
WPGB-FM 41 [25]
Tim Neverett Bob Walk Fox Sports Pittsburgh
St. Louis Mike Shannon John Rooney KTRS 111 [26]
Dan McLaughlin or Rick Horton Al Hrabosky or Rick Horton Jim Hayes Fox Sports Midwest
Jay Randolph Rick Horton Frank Cusamano KSDK-TV 21
San Diego Jerry Coleman,
Andy Masur
Ted Leitner XEPRS / XERCN
Mark Neely Mark Grant and
Tony Gwynn
4SD
Eduardo Ortego Juan Angel Avila XEMO
(Spanish Radio)
San Francisco Jon Miller,
Greg Papa
Dave Flemming KNBR-AM 14 [27]
Duane Kuiper Mike Krukow CSN Bay Area
Jon Miller Mike Krukow KNTV-TV 8
Erwin Higueros Tito Fuentes KIQI-AM / KATD-AM
(Spanish Radio)
Washington Charlie Slowes Dave Jageler WFED 11 [28]
Bob Carpenter Rob Dibble Debbi Taylor MASN /
WDCW
Luciano Rodriguez Angel Cabrillo WXTR-AM
(Spanish Radio)

National television broadcasts

Game Play-by-play Analyst or Second Play-by-play Reporter Network
All-Star Game Joe Buck Tim McCarver Ken Rosenthal FOX
2009 American League Championship Series Joe Buck Tim McCarver FOX
2009 National League Championship Series Chip Caray Buck Martinez and Ron Darling TBS
2009 Divisional Series TBS
2009 World Series Joe Buck Tim McCarver FOX
TBS Sunday Baseball Chip Caray Buck Martinez and Ron Darling TBS
Sunday Night Baseball Jon Miller or Dan Shulman Joe Morgan and Steve Phillips ESPN
Monday Night Baseball Dan Shulman or Chris Berman Orel Hershiser and Steve Phillips ESPN
Wednesday Night Baseball Dave O'Brien Rick Sutcliffe Erin Andrews ESPN
Thursday Night Baseball Bob Costas[29] Matt Vasgersian, Victor Rojas [30] Al Leiter, Joe Magrane, Dan Plesac, Harold Reynolds, Jim Kaat[30] MLB Network
Fox Saturday Baseball see List of current MLB on FOX announcers FOX
     Expected announcer, subject to change.

Notes

  • John Keating does Tigers Radio during road games while normal play-by-play man Dan Dickerson is recovering from a knee injury and subsequent surgery.

References


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