After Ron Acuna is drilled, Braves TV Voice Chip Caray says Baseball must protect its stars

CHIP ALSO TALKS ABOUT COMING FROM A DIVORCED HOME. IN HIS ENTIRE LIFE, CHIP WAS […]


Bill Brown: “After 30 years with the Astros, I thought it was time – before fans get critical”

Not many non ex ballplayers start their broadcast careers right in the big leagues. Bill […]


Ken Korach; 23 years with the A’s: “Preparation is from the field up to the booth, not the other way”

Ken Korach is a SoCal boy who grew up like many, listening to Vin Scully […]


Raiders, looking ahead, hire Vegas’ Brent Musburger to replace Greg Papa on radio

The story that emerged from Oakland a couple days ago caught me a bit off-guard. […]


The Master at Work: A list of Vin Scully’s memorable expressions

Like music aficionados studying notes of classical composers or art devotees examining strokes of the […]


Joe Davis: His second full year in the hallowed Dodger booth, sanctified by Vin Scully

What would you rather do? Follow Willie Mays as the everyday centerfielder in San Francisco, […]


Denny Matthews: Hall of Fame ‘Voice of Royals’ started with expansion Kansas City franchise in 1969

Most big-league announcers will tell you that they grew up dreaming of calling games. Al […]


John Sterling: The Yankee years – A lightning rod for criticism

John Sterling’s first foray into New York radio was somewhat successful. He certainly left his […]


Often criticized Yankees play-by-player John Sterling, 80 today, was a pioneer sports talk host

Happy Birthday America, the greatest country on earth! Yes, two of our founding fathers and […]


Most cherished ‘One-Two play-by-play pairs’ across American markets

Rarely if ever has an American market been blessed with a popular one-two play-by-play combination […]


Halby’s Morsels: Scully – The early years, from Brooklyn to LA; Jack and Joe Buck

Studying and breaking down baseball’s greatest broadcaster ever, Vin Scully; a 1957 and 1967 version […]


Howard Kellman: AAA Baseball Broadcast Mainstay; 43 happy seasons and counting!

In 1974, Howard Kellman, then a budding baseball play-by-play announcer fresh out of Brooklyn College, left New […]