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Old 05-24-2017, 01:54 PM
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Default Your current favorite MLB Broadcasters or Broadcast team?

I was just wondering who you guys/gals like as far as current MLB broadcasters or broadcast team?

Although I enjoy the current broadcast team for the Cardinals it's not nearly as enjoyable as it was when Jack Buck was still around.

For me other than the obvious Cardinals team, I also enjoy the Washington Nationals who have Bob Carpenter who is a local guy that had a a couple of stints with the Cardinals.

I also get a kick out of Bob Uecker on the radio side for the Brewers.

Who else do I need to check out?

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Old 05-24-2017, 03:50 PM
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Tom Hamilton on the radio for the Indians. One of the best in the business if you ask me.

Also, check out Matt Underwood and Rick Manning on STO for a good laugh. Manning has an ego, and puts Underwood in his place quite a bit. Underwood takes it well, but it's funny to watch.
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Thanks, I'll be sure to check out some Indians radio broadcast!
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Do many of you listen to a lot of broadcasts that are not "your" team? I love the Mets TV guys and think they are brilliant, but their my guys and I hear them 100+ times a year, so not exactly a fair analysis.
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I really like Dave Sims and Mike Blowers on TV for the Mariners. Entertaining without being overbearing and Blowers has had some pretty good insight into the game at times (the best of which will always be his legendary prediction of Matt Tuiasosopo's first career HR).

If you do give these two a whirl, make sure it isn't one of the days where Jay Buhner invades the booth for part of the game or you'll risk bashing in your TV!


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I am currently listening to many different out of market games via MLB Gameday Audio.

It's 19.99 a year and you can listen to either home or away radio broadcast teams (even the local teams, no black out like MLB TV).

Last year was the first time I subscribed because I really wanted to hear as many Vin Scully games as I could before he retired.

I'll probably start a MLB TV subscription soon as it get's cheaper as the season goes on. Last offer I received was for $59 for the rest of the year.

I love baseball and want to watch/listen to as much of it as I can!
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I really like Dave Sims and Mike Blowers on TV for the Mariners. Entertaining without being overbearing and Blowers has had some pretty good insight into the game at times (the best of which will always be his legendary prediction of Matt Tuiasosopo's first career HR).

If you do give these two a whirl, make sure it isn't one of the days where Jay Buhner invades the booth for part of the game or you'll risk bashing in your TV!


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Buhner is that bad eh? LOL I sometimes feel the same way about Jim Edmonds on the Cardinals TV broadcast!

I know a lot of people are not huge Tim McCarver fans but I am happy to have him doing some of the games for the Cardinals. They recently had Bob Gibson & Steve Carlton visit the booth and the stories they told w/ McCarver were great!
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My favorite broadcasting team currently working is

ESPN's Dan Shulman, Aaron Boone, and Jessica Mendoza

second place to ESPN's Jon Sciambi and Rick Sutcliffe.


Favorite Broadcast Team ever was Jon Sciambi and Joe Simpson for the Braves 2007-09.


Favorite Radio Broadcaster- Don Sutton
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My favorite broadcasting team currently working is

ESPN's Dan Shulman, Aaron Boone, and Jessica Mendoza

second place to ESPN's Jon Sciambi and Rick Sutcliffe.


Favorite Broadcast Team ever was Jon Sciambi and Joe Simpson for the Braves 2007-09.


Favorite Radio Broadcaster- Don Sutton
I don't have ESPN, so no go for me on that team! I'll def. check out some Braves radio games!
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As an O's fan, I watch the game on MASN but mute the sound and listen to Joe Angel on radio. I really enjoy Joe's sense of humor and the way he mixes some Spanish into the broadcast.
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