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College World Series on CBS

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

College World Series on CBS
Also known asCBS Sports NCAA Championships
GenreCollege baseball game telecasts
StarringGary Apple
Joe Carter
Rick Cerone
John Dockery
Ron Fraser
Steve Garvey
Greg Gumbel
Armen Keteyian
Jerry Kindall
Ray Knight
Fred Lynn
Sean McDonough
Rick Monday
Joe Morgan
Brent Musburger
Michele Tafoya
Jeff Torborg
Lesley Visser
Narrated byWilliam (Rosko) Mercer
Don Robertson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons15
Production
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time180 minutes or until game ended
Production company(s)CBS Sports
Release
Original networkCBS
Picture format480i (SDTV),
1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseJune 11, 1988 (1988-06-11) –
June 22, 2002 (2002-06-22)
Chronology
Related showsMajor League Baseball on CBS
CBS Sports Spectacular
External links
Website

From 1988-2002, CBS Sports televised a portion of the annual College World Series.

History

From 1988-1990, CBS only televised the championship game. From 1991 until the end of their coverage in 2002, CBS televised one game on the first Saturday of the World Series besides the championship game.

Format change

Prior to 1988, the College World Series was a pure double-elimination event. Beginning in 1988, the tournament was divided into two four-team double-elimination brackets, with the survivors of each bracket playing in a single championship game. The single-game championship was made for broadcast television, with the final game on CBS on Saturday afternoon.[1]

The end of CBS' coverage

In 2003, the tournament was shifted entirely to cable on ESPN,[2][3] which had begun covering all of the other games of the CWS since 1982 (and a partial schedule since 1980). The championship final became a best-of-three series between the two bracket winners, with games scheduled for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday evenings.

In 2015, college baseball returned to CBS Sports in the form of a multi-year agreement between the American Athletic Conference and CBS Sports Network.[4] Under the terms of the package, CBS Sports Network would air three Houston Baseball games in 2015, as well as the first two contests of the 2015 American Athletic Conference Baseball Championship. Carter Blackburn provided play-by-play for all seven games of the package, while analyst duties would be handled Darryl Hamilton and Ray King along with Brandon Tierney.

Commentators

2000s

Year Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
2002[5] Greg Gumbel[6] Rick Cerone
2001[7][8] Greg Gumbel Ray Knight
2000[9] Greg Gumbel Jerry Kindall

1990s

Year Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1999[10] Sean McDonough Joe Carter
1998[11][12] Sean McDonough Fred Lynn
1997[13] Sean McDonough Fred Lynn
1996[14] Sean McDonough[15] Steve Garvey
1995[16][17] Sean McDonough Jeff Torborg
1994[18][19] Greg Gumbel Jeff Torborg
1993[20] Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat
1992[21][22][23] Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat
1991[24] Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat
1990[25] Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat

1980s

Year Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1989 Brent Musburger[26] Joe Morgan
1988[27][28][29][30] Brent Musburger Rick Monday[31]

References

  1. ^ Mahan, Ted R. The Historv of Co 11ege Baseba1 I Since 1945 (PDF). p. 145.
  2. ^ "ESPN Is Ready for College". Los Angeles Times. July 6, 2001.
  3. ^ "NCAA Reaches Agreement With ESPN, Inc. for Championship Television Rights". Santa Clara Athletics. July 5, 2001.
  4. ^ "CBS Sports Network, American Athletic Conference Announce Baseball Television Package".
  5. ^ 2002 NCAA College World Series Part 2 on YouTube
  6. ^ 2002 CWS - Texas v South Carolina on YouTube
  7. ^ 2001 NCAA College World Series on YouTube
  8. ^ "Baseball To Face Miami In CWS Championship Game On Saturday (10 AM, PT)". PAC-12 NEWS. Jun 15, 2001.
  9. ^ LSU 6 Stanford 5 Baseball Title 2000 on YouTube
  10. ^ 1999 UMiami Baseball National Championship Video on YouTube
  11. ^ 1998 NCAA College World Series on YouTube
  12. ^ "CBS SPORTSLINE OFFERS REAL TIME COVERAGE OF THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES". CBS Sports. May 21, 1998.
  13. ^ LSU 1st Inning vs Alabama (1997 College World Series Championship Game⚾ on YouTube
  14. ^ 1996 NCAA College World Series on YouTube
  15. ^ Hofheimer, Bill (June 27, 2016). "McDonough recounts historic call of CWS homer featured in "The Walk Off"". ESPN Front Row.
  16. ^ 1995 NCAA College World Series on YouTube
  17. ^ "CBS Sports and NCAA Make $1.7-Billion Deal". Los Angeles Times. December 7, 1994.
  18. ^ 1994 College World Series Championship Game Oklahoma vs Georgia Tech on YouTube
  19. ^ Rubin, Phil (June 29, 1994). "JIM BROCK LIVED FOR BASEBALLIN HIS FINAL DAYS, HE GOT ASU TO THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES". Phoenix New Times.
  20. ^ 1993 NCAA College World Series on YouTube
  21. ^ 1992 CWS CSUF vs Pepperdine on YouTube
  22. ^ Penner, Mike (June 6, 1992). "Today, Surf Meets the Turf in Land of Wind and Rain". Los Angeles Times.
  23. ^ Whicker, Mark (June 24, 2017). "Pepperdine's 1992 baseball champs surprised everyone but themselves". Los Angeles Daily News.
  24. ^ 1991 NCAA College World Series on YouTube
  25. ^ DuPont, John (June 24, 2008). "CWS Flashback 1990 - Part 3". UGASports.
  26. ^ Margolis, Jon (June 11, 1989). "WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD THIS SERIES GET A NEW HOME?". Chicago Tribune.
  27. ^ Moran, Malcolm (June 3, 1988). "College World Series; New Format Has Few Fans". The New York Times.
  28. ^ "1988 NCAA Champions". Stanford University Athletics.
  29. ^ Silvers, Greg (February 7, 1988). "COLLEGE BASEBALL'S POPULARITY RISES AS TV RATINGS INCREASE". The Orlando Sentinel.
  30. ^ Madden, Peterson, W.C., John E. The College World Series. Arcadia Publishing.
  31. ^ "2004 Ford Frick Award nominees". MLB.com.

External links

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