Cubs’ voice Pat Hughes: Scully, Costas and Bill King are my all-time Sportscasting Grand Masters

In the second part of our series profiling Pat Hughes, the popular radio voice of […]


‘Other’ Rickie Ricardo Making Own Name As Yankees And Eagles Spanish Voice

in Spanish, in rival cities, Rickie Ricardo broadcasts the games of the New York Yankees […]


Pat Hughes: From #2 in Milwaukee to #1 in Chicago; Popularity of Cubs’ radio voice is swelling

Pat Hughes’ colleagues around baseball will tell you unhesitatingly that he is friendly, likable and […]


Everett Fitzhugh: Professional Hockey’s only African-American play-by-play announcer

While the Stanley Cup will land somewhere with pomp and ceremony, Everett Fitzhugh is just […]



Verne Lundquist; a Hearty Laugh and Natural Warmth that Might Never be Replaced

Whether he marveled or shuddered, emoted or agonized, Verne Lundquist was never about shtick or […]


Jerry Schemmel: Rockies’ Radio Voice and Survivor of Deadly United Airlines Crash Tests Life’s Limits

11 month old girl that Schemmel pulled from the wreckage of the ’89 crash died of a drug overdose in ‘09


In his 45th Season, the Reds’ Marty Brennaman is Taking it One Year at a Time

Succeeding a popular Al Michaels in ’74, Brennaman didn’t feel accepted immediately.


ESPN’s Linda Cohn: Longest Tenured Woman Anchor on Network TV

Cohn is among the top 5 women all-time with Mary Carillo, Suzyn Kolber, Robin Roberts, and Lesley Visser.


Jim Rome: Pioneer Network Sports Talk Host Stresses Knowledge and Uniqueness

Rome started his career by selling office equipment.


The NHL’s Mike Emrick: A Rapid-Fire Version of Dick Enberg

“With 90 percent of the players in visors, it’s hard to find something to hit.”