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List of Baltimore Orioles broadcasters

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Television

Year Channel Play-by-play #1 Play-by-play #2 Play-by-play #3 Color commentators Studio hosts Telecasts
1954 WMAR-TV/WAAM Ernie Harwell Bailey Goss Howie Williams 29 Home, 30 Away
1955 Chuck Thompson Bailey Goss 26 Home, 31 Away
1956 26 Home, 33 Away
1957 WMAR-TV/WAAM/WBAL-TV Herb Carneal Larry Ray 21 Home, 37 Away
1958 WJZ-TV 21 Home, 32 Away
1959 21 Home, 33 Away
1960 Herb Carneal Bob Murphy Joe Croghan 11 Home, 35 Away
1961 11 Home, 39 Away
1962 WBAL-TV Chuck Thompson Jack Dunn III Bailey Goss 4 Home, 46 Away
1963 Joe Croghan 6 Home, 44 Away
1964 WJZ-TV Frank Messer 5 Home, 45 Away
1965
1966 Bill O'Donnell[1] 8 Home, 43 Away
1967 6 Home, 46 Away
1968 Bill O'Donnell Jim Karvellas[2] 6 Home, 44 Away
1969 7 Home, 45 Away
1970 John Gordon[3] John Kennelly & Charlie Eckman 5 Home, 46 Away
1971 John Kennelly 6 Home, 45 Away
1972 8 Home, 44 Away
1973
1974 9 Home, 43 Away
1975
1976
1977 8 Home, 44 Away
1978 Brooks Robinson 8 Home, 42 Away
1979 WMAR-TV 6 Home, 45 Away
1980 5 Home, 49 Away
1981 5 Home, 48 Away
1982 WMAR-TV
SuperTV
Chuck Thompson
Ted Patterson
Brooks Robinson
Rex Barney
5 Home, 50 Away
16 Home
1983 50 Away
16 Home
Year Channel Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Sideline reporters Studio hosts Studio analysts
1984 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor[4] Jim Palmer or Rex Barney Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Chuck Thompson Brooks Robinson
1985 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer, John Lowenstein, or Rex Barney Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Chuck Thompson Brooks Robinson
1986 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer, John Lowenstein, or Rex Barney Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Chuck Thompson Brooks Robinson
1987 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer, John Lowenstein, or Rex Barney Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Jim Simpson Brooks Robinson
1988 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer, John Lowenstein, or Rex Barney Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Jim Palmer Brooks Robinson
1989 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer, John Lowenstein, or Rex Barney Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Jim Palmer Brooks Robinson
1990 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer, John Lowenstein, or Rex Barney Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Jon Miller Brooks Robinson, Scott Garceau, & Jim Palmer
1991 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer or John Lowenstein Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Jon Miller Brooks Robinson & Scott Garceau
1992 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor Jim Palmer or John Lowenstein Tom Davis Tom Davis
WMAR-TV Jon Miller Brooks Robinson & Scott Garceau
1993 Home Team Sports Mel Proctor[4] Jim Palmer or John Lowenstein Tom Davis Tom Davis
1994
1995
1996 Jim Palmer or Mike Flanagan[5]
1997 Michael Reghi[4][6]
1998 Jim Palmer or Rick Cerone[7][8]
1999 Jim Palmer or Mike Flanagan[9]
2000
2001 Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic[10]
2002
2003 Jim Palmer or Buck Martinez[9]
2004 Jim Hunter or Fred Manfra[6] Brent Harris Brent Harris Dave Johnson
2005
2006
2007 MASN Gary Thorne Amber Theoharis Jim Hunter or Tom Davis Rick Dempsey
2008
2009 Amber Theoharis or Mark Viviano
2010 Jim Palmer or Mike Flanagan[9] Amber Theoharis Jim Hunter or Tom Davis or Amber Theoharis
2011
2012 Gary Thorne or Jim Hunter Jim Palmer or Mike Bordick Jim Hunter Rick Dempsey or Tom Davis or Amber Theoharis
2013 Jim Hunter or Tom Davis Rick Dempsey
2014
2015
2016 Jim Palmer or Mike Bordick or Brian Roberts (select games) Tom Davis
2017 Jim Palmer or Mike Bordick
2018 Jim Palmer or Mike Bordick or Ben McDonald (fill-in)
2019 Jim Palmer or Ben McDonald or Mike Bordick or Brian Roberts (fill-in) Sara Perlman (Until July 21); None (July 22 onwards) Tom Davis or Rob Long (weekends)
2020[11] Scott Garceau, Kevin Brown or Geoff Arnold Ben McDonald or Mike Bordick Melanie Newman or Brett Hollander Brett Hollander, Rob Long or Melanie Newman Mike Bordick or Dave Johnson
2021[12] Scott Garceau or Kevin Brown Ben McDonald or Jim Palmer Ben McDonald
2022[13] Kevin Brown (130 games), Scott Garceau (fill-in), Geoff Arnold (fill-in) or Melanie Newman (fill-in) Ben McDonald or Jim Palmer or Dave Johnson (fill-in)

Radio

Year Flagship station Play-by-play #1 Play-by-play #2 Play-by-play #3 Color commentators Studio hosts
1954 WCBM Ernie Harwell Bailey Goss
1955 Chuck Thompson
1956
1957 WBAL Herb Carneal Larry Ray
1958
1959
1960 Herb Carneal Bob Murphy Joe Croghan
1961
1962 Chuck Thompson Jack Dunn Bailey Goss
1963 Joe Croghan
1964 Frank Messer
1965
1966 Bill O'Donnell[1]
1967
1968 Bill O'Donnell Jim Karvellas[2]
1969
1970 John Gordon[3] Jim West
1971 Jim West
1972
1973 Ted Patterson
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979 Tom Marr
1980 WFBR
1981
1982 Tom Marr
1983 Jon Miller
1984
1985
1986
1987 WCBM Jack Wiers[14]
1988 WBAL Joe Angel
1989
1990
1991 Jon Miller or Chuck Thompson Ken Levine[15]
1992 Joe Angel
1993 Fred Manfra[16]
1994
1995
1996
1997 Jim Hunter or Chuck Thompson
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002 Jim Hunter
2003
2004 Joe Angel
2005 Jim Hunter or Fred Manfra
2006
2007 WHFS Fred Manfra
2008
2009 WJZ-FM
2010
2011 WBAL
2012
2013
2014 Fred Manfra or Jim Hunter Dave Johnson
2015 WJZ Fred Manfra or Jim Hunter
2016 Jim Hunter or Fred Manfra Mike Bordick
2017 Jim Hunter Mike Bordick, Ben McDonald, Brian Roberts, Mike Boddicker, Dave Johnson, or Gregg Olsen
2018 Mike Bordick, Ben McDonald, Brian Roberts, Dave Johnson, or Gregg Olsen
2019 Jim Hunter Kevin Brown
2020[11] Geoff Arnold Kevin Brown, Melanie Newman or Brett Hollander
2021[12]
2022[13] WBAL[17] Scott Garceau, Melanie Newman or Brett Hollander

References

  1. ^ a b "Bill O'Donnell, the Baltimore Orioles' play-by-play announcer for 17...," United Press International (UPI), Saturday, October 30, 1982. Retrieved November 25, 2019
  2. ^ a b Shea, Stuart. Calling the Game: Baseball Broadcasting from 1920 to the Present. Phoenix, AZ: Society for American Baseball Research, Inc., 2015. Retrieved November 24, 2019
  3. ^ a b Thornley, Stew. "John Gordon," Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). Retrieved November 24, 2019
  4. ^ a b c Kent, Milton. "In language of broadcasting, Reghi is synonym for energy," The Baltimore Sun, Friday, February 28, 1997. Retrieved August 31, 2021
  5. ^ "William J. Clinton: Interview With Mel Proctor, Jim Palmer, and Mike Flanagan of Home Team Sports in Baltimore - April 2, 1996".
  6. ^ a b Kubatko, Roch & Christensen, Joe. "See you later: Reghi's O's TV days are over," The Baltimore Sun, Wednesday, February 25, 2004. Retrieved August 31, 2021
  7. ^ Moore, Scott. "Providing a Birds'-Eye View," The Washington Post, Sunday, March 29, 1998. Retrieved January 25, 2021
  8. ^ Kent, Milton. "Cerone takes the high road on way out of booth," The Baltimore Sun, Tuesday, November 17, 1998. Retrieved January 25, 2021
  9. ^ a b c "Mike Flanagan Joins MASN’s Orioles Broadcast Team," Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), Wednesday, March 10, 2010. Retrieved January 25, 2021
  10. ^ "HTS now Comcast SportsNet, adding sports news coverage," The Baltimore Sun, Wednesday, April 4, 2001. Retrieved January 25, 2021
  11. ^ a b Dubroff, Rich. "Orioles set to begin exhibition play at Phillies; No Palmer, Thorne in 2020; Covid-19 sidelined Smith," BaltimoreBaseball.com, Saturday, July 18, 2020. Retrieved July 19, 2020.
  12. ^ a b "Orioles announce 2021 broadcast team," Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), Monday, January 25, 2021. Retrieved January 25, 2021.
  13. ^ a b "Orioles announce 2022 broadcast information," Baltimore Orioles press release, Wednesday, March 16, 2022. Retrieved March 17, 2022.
  14. ^ "Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports Hawaii Beat". archives.starbulletin.com.
  15. ^ "Entertainment & the Arts | Patter In The Outfield -- Diamond Prose -- Baseball Authors Step Up To The Plate | Seattle Times Newspaper". community.seattletimes.nwsource.com.
  16. ^ "Wykoff, Scott. "'The Voice Of The Orioles' Is Ready And Raring To Go," WBAL Radio, Monday, February 21, 2011". Archived from the original on September 28, 2011.
  17. ^ "O's announce partnership with Hearst Baltimore as new flagship stations of Orioles Radio Network". Pete Kerzel. January 5, 2022. Retrieved February 11, 2022.
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