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List of Boston Red Sox broadcasters

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The Fenway Park press box

Television

2020s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Field Level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
2022 NESN Dave O'Brien or Mike Monaco Dennis Eckersley or Ellis Burks Jahmai Webster Tom Caron or Adam Pellerin Jim Rice, Tim Wakefield, Ellis Burks, Mo Vaughn, Kevin Youkilis, and/or Jonathan Papelbon[1]
2021 Dave O'Brien Jerry Remy and/or Dennis Eckersley
2020 Dave O'Brien or Tom Caron Guerin Austin or Jahmai Webster Dennis Eckersley, Steve Lyons, Tim Wakefield, Jim Rice, Lenny DiNardo or Manny Delcarmen

2010s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Field Level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
2019 NESN Dave O'Brien Jerry Remy or Dennis Eckersley or Carlos Peña or Jarrod Saltalamacchia Guerin Austin or Jahmai Webster Tom Caron or Adam Pellerin Dennis Eckersley, Steve Lyons, Tim Wakefield, Jim Rice, Lenny DiNardo or Manny Delcarmen
2018 Jerry Remy or Dennis Eckersley or Steve Lyons or Guest Analyst Guerin Austin or Various Dennis Eckersley, Steve Lyons, Tim Wakefield, Jim Rice, or Guest Analyst
2017 Tom Caron
2016 Jerry Remy or Dennis Eckersley or Steve Lyons Guerin Austin or Gary Striewski Dennis Eckersley, Steve Lyons, Tim Wakefield, or Jim Rice
2015 Don Orsillo Jerry Remy or Dennis Eckersley or Guest Analyst Various
2014
2013 Jenny Dell Dennis Eckersley, Peter Gammons, Matt Stairs, Tim Wakefield, or Jim Rice
2012 Jerry Remy
2011 Heidi Watney Dennis Eckersley, Peter Gammons, or Jim Rice
2010

2000s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Field Level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
2009 NESN Don Orsillo Jerry Remy or Guest Analyst Heidi Watney Tom Caron Jim Rice, Dennis Eckersley, or Guest Analyst
2008 Jerry Remy Jim Rice, Dennis Eckersley, Dave McCarty, Lou Merloni, or Ken Macha
2007 Tina Cervasio
2006 Jim Rice, Dennis Eckersley, or Dave McCarty
2005 Eric Frede Jim Rice, Dennis Eckersley, Sam Horn, Gary DiSarcina, or Bob Tewksbury
WSBK-TV & WBZ-TV Dan Roche Bob Lobel Jim Corsi, Steve Buckley, or Tony Massarotti
2004 NESN Eric Frede Tom Caron Jim Rice, Dennis Eckersley, Sam Horn, Gary DiSarcina, or Bob Tewksbury
WSBK-TV & WBZ-TV Sean McDonough Dan Roche Bob Lobel Jim Corsi, Steve Buckley, or Tony Massarotti
2003 NESN Don Orsillo Tom Caron Bob Rodgers Jim Corsi, Jim Rice or Dennis Eckersley
WSBK-TV & WBZ-TV Sean McDonough Dan Roche Bob Lobel Jim Corsi, Steve Buckley, or Tony Massarotti
2002 NESN Don Orsillo Tom Caron Bob Rodgers Jim Corsi, Jim Rice or Dennis Eckersley
WFXT Sean McDonough Butch Stearns Rico Petrocelli
2001 NESN Don Orsillo Debbi Wrobleski Bob Rodgers
WFXT Sean McDonough Butch Stearns
2000 NESN Bob Kurtz or Bob Rodgers Debbi Wrobleski Bob Rodgers or Tom Caron Rico Petrocelli
WFXT Sean McDonough Butch Stearns

1990s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Field Level reporters Studio host Studio analysts
1999 NESN Bob Kurtz Jerry Remy Debbi Wrobleski Bob Rodgers
WLVI-TV Sean McDonough
1998 NESN Bob Kurtz Debbi Wrobleski Bob Rodgers
WABU Sean McDonough John Holt Doug Brown
1997 NESN Bob Kurtz Debbi Wrobleski Bob Rodgers
WABU Sean McDonough John Holt Doug Brown Dick Radatz
1996 NESN Bob Kurtz Debbi Wrobleski Bob Rodgers
WABU Sean McDonough Butch Stearns Doug Brown Rico Petrocelli or Dick Radatz
1995 NESN Bob Kurtz Kim Walden Tom Larson
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery
1994 NESN Bob Kurtz Jerry Remy Amy Stone Steve Burton
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery
1993 NESN Bob Kurtz Jerry Remy Amy Stone Steve Burton
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery
1992 NESN Ned Martin Jerry Remy Bob Kurtz
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery
1991 NESN Ned Martin Jerry Remy Bob Kurtz
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery
1990 NESN Ned Martin Jerry Remy Bob Kurtz
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery

1980s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Studio host
1989 NESN Ned Martin Jerry Remy Bob Kurtz
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery
1988 NESN Ned Martin Jerry Remy Tom Larson or Eric Reid
WSBK-TV Sean McDonough Bob Montgomery
1987 WSBK-TV and NESN Ned Martin Bob Montgomery Sean McDonough
1986
1985
1984 WSBK-TV Tom Larson
NESN Kent Derdivanis Mike Andrews
1983 WSBK-TV Ned Martin Bob Montgomery Tom Larson
1982
1981 Ken Harrelson
1980

1970s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Studio host
1979 WSBK-TV Ned Martin Ken Harrelson Tom Larson
1978 Dick Stockton
1977
1976
1975
1974 WBZ-TV Ken Coleman Johnny Pesky
1973
1972
1971 WHDH-TV Ken Coleman & Ned Martin
1970

1960s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1969 WHDH-TV Ken Coleman & Ned Martin Johnny Pesky
1968 Mel Parnell
1967
1966
1965 Curt Gowdy and Ned Martin
1964 Curt Gowdy, Art Gleeson & Ned Martin
1963
1962
1961
1960 Curt Gowdy, Art Gleeson & Bill Crowley

1950s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1959 WHDH-TV Curt Gowdy, Bob Murphy & Bill Crowley
1958
1957 Curt Gowdy or Don Gillis, Bob Murphy & Bill Crowley
1956 WBZ-TV or WNAC-TV Curt Gowdy & Bob Murphy
1955
1954 Curt Gowdy, Tom Hussey, & Bob Murphy
1953 Curt Gowdy, Tom Hussey, & Bob DeLaney
1952
1951
1950 WBZ-TV Jim Britt & Tom Hussey Bump Hadley
WNAC-TV Les Smith

1940s

Year Channel Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1949 WBZ-TV Jim Britt & Tom Hussey Bump Hadley
WNAC-TV Les Smith
1948 WBZ-TV Bump Hadley
WNAC-TV Les Smith

Substitutes

Play-by-Play

Color Commentator

Field Reporter

Studio Host

Studio Analyst

Radio

2020s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
2022 WEEI/WEEI-FM Joe Castiglione Will Flemming or Sean McDonough Lou Merloni
2021 WEEI/WEEI-FM Joe Castiglione Will Flemming or Sean McDonough Lou Merloni
2020 WEEI/WEEI-FM Joe Castiglione Will Flemming or Sean McDonough Lou Merloni

2010s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
2019 WEEI/WEEI-FM Joe Castiglione Josh Lewin or Mario Impemba or Sean McDonough or Chris Berman or Dave O'Brien or Dale Arnold or Tom Caron Lou Merloni (select games) or Rob Bradford (select games)
2018 Tim Neverett Lou Merloni (select games)
2017
2016
2015 Dave O'Brien or Joe Castiglione Joe Castiglione or Sean Grande
2014
2013 Joe Castiglione or Jon Rish or Sean Grande
2012 Joe Castiglione or Dale Arnold or Jon Rish
2011 WEEI (primary) or WRKO (back-up)
2010 Joe Castiglione Dave O'Brien or Dale Arnold or Jon Rish

2000s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
2009 WRKO or WEEI Joe Castiglione Dave O'Brien or Dale Arnold or Jon Rish
2008
2007 Dave O'Brien or Glenn Geffner
2006 WEEI Jerry Trupiano
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000

1990s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1999 WEEI Joe Castiglione Jerry Trupiano
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994 WRKO
1993
1992 Bob Starr Joe Castiglione
1991
1990

1980s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1989 WPLM-FM or WRKO Ken Coleman Joe Castiglione
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982 WITS Jon Miller
1981
1980

1970s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1979 WITS Ken Coleman Rico Petrocelli
1978 Ned Martin Jim Woods
1977 WMEX
1976 WMEX
1975 WHDH
1974
1973 Dave Martin
1972 John MacLean or Dave Martin
1971 Ken Coleman Ned Martin Johnny Pesky
1970

1960s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1969 WHDH Ken Coleman Ned Martin Johnny Pesky
1968 Mel Parnell
1967
1966
1965 Curt Gowdy
1964 Ned Martin & Art Gleeson
1963
1962
1961
1960 Bill Crowley & Art Gleeson

1950s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1959 WHDH Curt Gowdy Bob Murphy & Bill Crowley
1958
1957 Curt Gowdy or Don Gillis
1956 Curt Gowdy Bob Murphy
1955 Tom Hussey & Bob Murphy
1954 Tom Hussey & Bob DeLaney
1953
1952
1951
1950 Jim Britt Tom Hussey & Leo Egan

1940s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1949 WHDH Jim Britt Tom Hussey & Leo Egan
1948
1947 Tom Hussey
1946 WNAC
1945 Jim Britt or Tom Hussey Tom Hussey or George Hartrick
1944 Tom Hussey George Hartrick
1943
1942 Jim Britt Tom Hussey
1941 WAAB
1940

1930s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1939 WAAB Frankie Frisch Tom Hussey
1938 WNAC Fred Hoey
1937
1936
1935
1934
1933
1932
1931
1930 John Shepard III

1920s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1929 WNAC Fred Hoey
1928
1927 Gerry Harrison
1926 Gus Rooney

Substitutes

Play-by-Play

  • Spike Brown (1970)[2]

Spanish Radio

2020s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
2021 WAMG Nilson Pepen
2020

2010s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
2019 WCCM Uri Berenguer Juan Oscar Baez
2018
2017 WCEC
2016
2015
2014
2013 WWZN
2012
2011
2010

2000s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
2009 WWDJ Uri Berenguer Juan Oscar Baez
2008 WTTT/WWDJ
2007 WROL Juan Oscar Baez & Bill Kulik
2006
2005 Juan Pedro Villamán or Uri Berenguer Uri Berenguer or Juan Oscar Baez or Bill Kulik
2004 Juan Pedro Villamán Uri Berenguer & Bill Kulik
2003 Luis Tiant
2002 WLYN Juan Oscar Baez & Uri Berenguer
2001 WRCA Adrian Garcia Marquez Bobby Serano and Juan Pedro Villamán
2000 Hector Martinez Bobby Serano and Juan Pedro Villamán

1990s

Year Flagship Station Play-by-play Play-by-play #2 Color commentator(s)
1999 WRCA Hector Martinez Bobby Serano and J. P. Villaman
1998 WROL Hector Martinez Bobby Serano
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993 Mike Fornieles
1992
1991
1990

See also

Notes

  • During the 2013 season, Jerry Remy took a leave of absence after his son, Jared Remy, was arrested for murder.[3]
  • Red Sox color commentator Jerry Remy was off the air indefinitely during the 2009 season while he recovered from complications of cancer. NESN used guest analysts in his absence. Dennis Eckersley did the majority of home games and Dave Roberts did most of the road games.[4]
  • In 2000, Bob Rodgers replaced Bob Kurtz when he left to cover the Minnesota Wild. Tom Caron replaced Rodgers as studio host.
  • From 1990 to 2004, Sean McDonough missed Red Sox games while covering events for CBS Sports and ESPN, making it necessary for the channel he was working for to hire a second announcer to serve as a fill-in.[5] For games when Bob Montgomery served as the play by play announcer, NESN analyst Jerry Remy would serve as color commentator.
  • Dave O'Brien misses Red Sox games due to his work on ESPN.
  • Dave Martin joined the Red Sox radio broadcast crew in June 1972 when John MacLean left due to illness
  • In 1970, announcers Ken Coleman, Ned Martin, and Johnny Pesky refused to cross the picket line of WHDH-TV's electrical workers. During the strike, Leo Egan called games on television and Spike Brown handled the radio broadcasts.[2]
  • Don Gillis filled in most for most of the 1957 season while Curt Gowdy was out with a bad back.
  • The only game broadcast in 1926 was opening day
  • Bill Kulik was only a part-time broadcaster
  • Juan Oscar Baez joined Spanish radio crew in June after J.P. Villaman's death
  • On July 25, 2008, WTTT swapped call signs with sister station WWDJ in Hackensack, New Jersey
  • Jon Rish resigned during the 2013 season. He was replaced by Sean Grande and Lou Merloni

References

  1. ^ Lucia, Joe. "Ellis Burks, Mo Vaughn, Kevin Youkilis reportedly joining NESN's stable of Red Sox broadcasters". Awful Announcing. Retrieved 4 April 2021.
  2. ^ a b c "WHDH picket line honored". The Boston Globe. May 17, 1970.
  3. ^ Chimelis, Ron (August 30, 2013). "Jon Rish, Dennis Eckersley will handle Red Sox NESN telecasts". The Republican. Retrieved August 31, 2013.
  4. ^ Boston Herald May 6, 2009 Cancer sidelines voice of Red Sox
  5. ^ Boston.com Local Search - Boston Globe Archives
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