Baseball Broadcasting

Full List of baseball announcers for the 2023 season; Radio, TV and More; Team-by-Team

 

Most teams do not use the same broadcast crew for the entire season, particularly on television. For the sake of space, I will only list each team’s most frequent broadcasters. (Baskin)

The baseball radio and television world has changed. More broadcasters were needed in recent years to accommodate three-and four-hour games. It is also worth wondering what the Pitch Clock will do to the number of play-by-players needed. Truth is there is less time demand on voices’ throats. So perhaps, each one can do more innings. We’ll see.

Arizona

TV: Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

Radio: Greg Schulte/Chris Garagiola, Tom Candiotti

Atlanta

TV: Brandon Gaudin, Jeff Francoeur

Radio: Ben Ingram, Joe Simpson/Jim Powell (split PxP)

Baltimore

TV: Kevin Brown, Jim Palmer/Ben McDonald

Radio: Geoff Arnold, Melanie Newman/Brett Hollander (split PxP)

Boston

TV: Dave O’Brien, Kevin Youkilis

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

Chicago Cubs

TV: Jon “Boog” Sciambi, Jim Deshaies

Radio: Pat Hughes/Zach Zaidman, Ron Coomer

Chicago White Sox

TV: Jason Benetti, Steve Stone

Radio: Len Kasper, Darrin Jackson

Cincinnati

TV: John Sadak, Barry Larkin/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/Ryan Spilborghs

Radio: Jack Corrigan, Mike Rice (split PxP)

Detroit

TV: Matt Shepard, Kirk Gibson/Craig Monroe

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/Jake Eisenberg, Steve Stewart (split PxP)

Los Angeles Angels

TV: Wayne Randazzo, Mark Gubicza

Radio: Terry Smith, Mark Langston

Los Angeles Dodgers

TV: Joe Davis, Orel Hershiser/Nomar Garciaparra

Radio: Charley Steiner/Tim Neverett, Rick Monday

Miami

TV: Paul Severino, Tommy Hutton/Rod Allen

Radio: Kyle Sielaff, Gaby Sanchez/Jeff Nelson

Milwaukee

TV: Jeff Levering/Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

Radio: Bob Uecker/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/Ron Darling

Radio: Howie Rose, Keith Raad (split PxP)

New York Yankees

TV: Michael Kay, David Cone/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/Ben Davis

Radio: Scott Franzke, Larry Anderson/Kevin Stocker

Pittsburgh

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

San Diego

TV: Don Orsillo, Mark Grant/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: Chip Caray, Brad Thompson/Jim Edmonds

Radio: John Rooney, Ricky Horton (split PxP)

Tampa Bay

TV: Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson

Radio: Andy Freed, Neil Solondz (split PxP)

Texas

TV: Dave Raymond, C.J. Nitkowski

Radio: Eric Nadel, Matt Hicks (split PxP) (Jared Sandler filling in for Eric until he returns from illness) 

Toronto

TV: Dan Shulman, Buck Martinez

Radio: Ben Wagner, Ben Nicholson-Smith/Arden Zwelling

Washington

TV: Bob Carpenter, Kevin Frandsen

Radio: Charlie Slowes, Dave Jageler (split PxP)

(More info to follow)

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Jake Baskin

Jake Baskin is a graduate of Dean College who majored 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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Barry Kipnis
1 year ago

Indeed, I wonder how many pbp-ers know all about the new rules and have to modify their styles to accommodate the quicker pace of the game.