Joe Castiglione: Calm and warm; Red Sox radio announcer has been New England’s voice of summer since ’83

For four decades, his voice has wafted softly through New England summers, a steady […]


Memorial Day: Honoring the sports voices who served our great nation in times of war and peace

Did you know that Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day? It originated in the years […]


NBC’s Michele Tafoya: “I think the distinction between men and women in sports media is old and tired”

You look at Michele Tafoya’s resume and you’re struck by her MBA from the […]


Jon Miller: When a hitter leaves the box, he gets warned. If he leaves again, it’s an automatic strike!

In part two of our interview with Jon Miller, we took a deeper dive […]


Bob Costas: MLB faces obstacles to play; If it’s a go, legendary host embraces trials to pick up the pace

Will baseball start or won’t it? Like the direction of the virus itself, no […]


The dozen pioneering voices who popularized the NBA during the league’s early, challenging years

THE NBA’S EARLY YEARS. THE COMPELLING VOICES WHO PAVED THE WAY The NBA had […]


Jon Miller: A golden MLB voice; Still fresh on Giants games after 21 years of ESPN Sunday Night Baseball

Nationally, his sound was unmistakable. Smooth, deep and syrupy, the perfect soundtrack for 21 […]


Syracuse alumni calling MLB games wait for cry of ‘Play Ball’; Until then, they stay engaged uniquely

Stadiums and broadcast booths are empty as we fight covid-19. When things will open […]


Blue Jays’ play-by-play voice Buck Martinez played, managed and was an MLB analyst for ESPN and TBS

Buck Martinez has done about all you can ask during a long life in […]


Silenced MLB voices (AL) make do; At a time when announcers work nearly every day, their mics are off

In part two, we’re happy to share a representation of American League announcers and […]


Silenced MLB voices (NL) make do; At a time when announcers work nearly every day, their mics are off

While the current state of baseball is up in the air, baseball’s broadcasters have […]


CBS’ Jim Nantz opens up on his future, his dad, re-upping Tony Romo and loss of Tom Brady to NFC

Second of a two-part interview with Jim Nantz Yesterday’s interview with Jim Nantz focused […]