Announcers

2022 – MLB complete announcer listing, team-by-team, radio and TV, play-by-play and analysts

 

  • Some teams will broadcast games remotely, others are committed to covering games from road venues and still others will make decisions as the season progresses.
  • Following the retirement of Dave Van Horne after 53 years with the Expos and Marlins, Denny Matthews is the most senior of MLB voices. He’ll begin his 54th year, An original voice in 1969, Matthews, 79, has been cutting back in recent seasons.
  • Bob Uecker is 88 and starting his 53d campaign in the Brewers booth. Uke also did baseball on NBC and ABC with Bob Costas and Al Michaels respectively.
  • Joe Davis succeeds Joe Buck on Fox. He’ll do his first World Series
  • Karl Ravech, David Cone and Eduardo Perez will do the main Sunday night telecasts on ESPN and Alex Rodriguez will partner with Michael Kay on ESPN’s Sunday Night megacast.
  • A New York boy, Kevin Brown becomes the Orioles announcer on TV.

 

2022 Major League Baseball Team Announcers

Arizona

TV: Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

Radio: Greg Schulte, Tom Candiotti

Atlanta

TV: Chip Caray, Jeff Francoeur

Radio: Ben Ingram, Joe Simpson (split PxP)

Baltimore

TV: Kevin Brown, Jim Palmer or Ben McDonald

Radio: Geoff Arnold, Melanie Newman (split PxP)

Boston

TV: Dave O’Brien, Dennis Eckersley

Radio: Joe Castiglione, Will Flemming or Sean McDonough (split PxP)

Chicago Cubs

TV: Jon “Boog” Sciambi, Jim Deshaies

Radio: Pat Hughes or Zach Zaidman, Ron Coomer

Chicago White Sox

TV: Jason Benetti, Steve Stone

Radio: Len Kasper, Darrin Jackson

Cincinnati

TV: John Sadak, Barry Larkin or Chris Welsh

Radio: Tommy Thrall, Jeff Brantley (split PxP)

Cleveland

TV: Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

Radio: Tom Hamilton, Jim Rosenhaus (split PxP)

Colorado

TV: Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson or Ryan Spilborghs

Radio: Jack Corrigan, Mike Rice (split PxP)

Detroit

TV: Matt Shepard, Jack Morris or Kirk Gibson

Radio: Dan Dickerson, Jim Price

Houston

TV: Todd Kalas, Geoff Blum

Radio: Robert Ford, Steve Sparks (split PxP)

Kansas City

TV: Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler

Radio: Denny Matthews or Steve Physioc, Steve Stewart (split PxP)

Los Angeles Angels

TV: Matt Vasgersian or Patrick O’Neal, Mark Gubicza

Radio: Terry Smith, Mark Langston

Los Angeles Dodgers

TV: Joe Davis, Orel Hershiser

Radio: Charley Steiner or Tim Neverett, Rick Monday

Miami

TV: Paul Severino, Tommy Hutton or J.P. Arencibia

Radio: Glenn Geffner, Gaby Sanchez or Jeff Nelson

Milwaukee

TV: Jeff Levering or Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

Radio: Bob Uecker or Lane Grindle, Josh Maurer (split PxP)

Minnesota

TV: Dick Bremer, Justin Morneau

Radio: Cory Provus, Dan Gladden (split PxP)

New York Mets

TV: Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and/or Ron Darling

Radio: Howie Rose, Wayne Randazzo (split PxP)

New York Yankees

TV: Michael Kay or Ryan Ruocco, David Cone and/or Paul O’Neill

Radio: John Sterling, Suzyn Waldman

Oakland

TV: Glen Kuiper, Dallas Braden

Radio: Ken Korach, Vince Cotroneo (split PxP)

Philadelphia

TV: Tom McCarthy, John Kruk and/or Ben Davis

Radio: Scott Franzke, Larry Andersen

Pittsburgh

TV and Radio: Greg Brown or Joe Block, Bob Walk or John Wehner

San Diego

TV: Don Orsillo, Mark Grant or Mark Sweeney

Radio: Jesse Agler, Tony Gwynn Jr.

San Francisco

TV: Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow

Radio: Jon Miller, Dave Flemming (split PxP)

Seattle

TV: Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

Radio: Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith (split PxP)

St. Louis

TV: Dan McLaughlin, Brad Thompson or Jim Edmonds

Radio: John Rooney, Ricky Horton (split PxP)

Tampa Bay

TV: Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

Radio: Dave Wills, Andy Freed (split PxP)

Texas

TV: Dave Raymond, C.J. Nitkowski

Radio: Eric Nadel, Matt Hicks (split PxP)

Toronto

TV: Dan Shulman or Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

Radio: Ben Wagner

Washington

TV: Bob Carpenter, Kevin Frandsen

Radio: Charlie Slowes, Dave Jageler (split PxP)

 

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Jake Baskin

Jake Baskin is a student at Dean College majoring in sports broadcasting. He does play-by-play for Northeast Sports Network and previously wrote about hockey for various SB Nation blogs. He loves the history and evolution of sports broadcasting and dreams of being a national-level announcer.

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