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List of Major League Baseball All-Star Game broadcasters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of the American radio and television networks and announcers that have broadcast the Major League Baseball All-Star Game over the years.

Television

2020s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Venue/Host team Field reporters Pregame host Pregame analysts Rating Share Households Viewers
2020 Not held because of the COVID-19 pandemic

Notes

  • On July 3, 2020, it was announced that the 2020 Major League Baseball All-Star Game scheduled to be held in Los Angeles would not be played due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They will instead host in 2022.[1]

2010s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Field reporters Pregame hosts Pregame analysts Rating Share Households Viewers
2019 FOX Joe Buck John Smoltz Progressive Field, Cleveland Indians Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci Kevin Burkhardt Alex Rodriguez and Frank Thomas 5.0 11 5,930,000 8,302,000
2018 Nationals Park, Washington Nationals Alex Rodriguez, David Ortiz, and Frank Thomas 5.2 11 8,700,000 8,849,000
2017 Marlins Park, Miami Marlins Alex Rodriguez, Tom Verducci, and Frank Thomas 5.5 11 9,280,000 9,442,000
2016 Petco Park, San Diego Padres Chris Myers Tom Verducci, Pete Rose, and Frank Thomas 5.4 10 8,707,000 8,829,000
2015 Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati Reds Ken Rosenthal and Erin Andrews Kevin Burkhardt Pete Rose and Frank Thomas 6.6 12 9,127,000 10,910,000
2014 Target Field, Minnesota Twins Gabe Kapler and Frank Thomas 7.0 12 7,000,000 11,340,000
2013 Tim McCarver Citi Field, New York Mets Joe Buck 6.9 12 7,511,000 11,000,000
2012 Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City Royals Matt Vasgersian Harold Reynolds and Eric Karros 6.8 12 6,743,724 10,900,000
2011 Chase Field, Arizona Diamondbacks Ken Rosenthal, Eric Karros, and Mark Grace Chris Rose Eric Karros 6.9 12 7,712,000 11,000,000
2010 Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Ken Rosenthal, Chris Rose, and Eric Karros 7.5 13 8,692,500 12,100,000

Notes

2000s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Field reporters Pregame hosts Pregame analysts Rating Share Households Viewers
2009 FOX Joe Buck Tim McCarver Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals Ken Rosenthal, Chris Rose, and Eric Karros Chris Rose 8.9 15 10,754,230 14,610,000
2008 Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees Ken Rosenthal, Kevin Kennedy, and Eric Karros Jeanne Zelasko and Chris Rose 9.3 16 10,441,000 14,540,000
2007 AT&T Park, San Francisco Giants Ken Rosenthal, José Mota, and Eric Byrnes Jeanne Zelasko Kevin Kennedy and Eric Karros 8.4 15 9,343,000 12,530,000
2006 PNC Park, Pittsburgh Pirates Ken Rosenthal Kevin Kennedy 9.3 16 10,301,000 14,424,000
2005 Comerica Park, Detroit Tigers Kevin Kennedy 8.1 14 8,884,000 12,330,000
2004 Minute Maid Park, Houston Astros 8.8 15 9,573,000 13,995,000
2003 U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago White Sox 9.5 17 10,156,000 13,810,000
2002 Miller Park, Milwaukee Brewers 9.5 17 10,046,000 14,653,000
2001 Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners Steve Lyons 11.0 19 11,198,000 16,029,000
2000 NBC Bob Costas Joe Morgan Turner Field, Atlanta Braves Jim Gray and Jimmy Roberts Hannah Storm 10.1 18 10,167,000 14,714,000

Notes

1990s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Field reporters Pregame hosts Pregame analysts Rating Share Households Viewers
1999 FOX Joe Buck Tim McCarver and Bob Brenly Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox Thom Brennaman Keith Olbermann Steve Lyons 12.0 22 11,890,000 17,640,000
1998 NBC[3] Bob Costas[4] Joe Morgan Coors Field, Colorado Rockies Jim Gray and Keith Olbermann Hannah Storm and Keith Olbermann 13.3 25 13,026,000 18,970,000
1997 FOX Joe Buck Tim McCarver and Bob Brenly Jacobs Field, Cleveland Indians Chip Caray Steve Lyons 11.8 21 11,420,000 16,723,000
1996 NBC Bob Costas[5] Joe Morgan and Bob Uecker Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Phillies Jim Gray[6] Hannah Storm 13.2 23 12,690,000 18,479,000
1995 ABC[7] Al Michaels[8] Jim Palmer and Tim McCarver The Ballpark in Arlington, Texas Rangers Lesley Visser and Rick Dempsey John Saunders[9] 13.9 25 13,260,000 20,163,000
1994 NBC[10] Bob Costas[11] Joe Morgan and Bob Uecker Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Pirates Hannah Storm and Johnny Bench Greg Gumbel[12] 15.7 28 14,790,000 22,015,000
1993 CBS[13] Sean McDonough[14] Tim McCarver[15] Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Orioles Jim Kaat Pat O'Brien and Andrea Joyce 15.6 28 14,550,000 22,306,000
1992 Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego Padres Jim Kaat and Lesley Visser Pat O'Brien 14.9 27 13,720,000 21,981,000
1991 Jack Buck[16][17] SkyDome, Toronto Blue Jays 17.4 32 16,200,000 24,670,000
1990 Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs Jim Kaat, Lesley Visser and Pat O'Brien Greg Gumbel 16.2 33 14,940,000 24,365,000

Notes

1980s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Field reporters Pregame hosts Pregame analysts Rating Share Households Viewers
1989 NBC[22] Vin Scully Tom Seaver and Ronald Reagan[23] (1st inning only) Anaheim Stadium, California Angels Bob Costas[24] and Marv Albert 18.2 33 16,450,000 25,840,000
1988 ABC[25] Al Michaels[26][27] Jim Palmer and Tim McCarver[28] Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati Reds Gary Bender and Joe Morgan Al Michaels Jim Palmer and Tim McCarver 20.4 33 18,070,000 29,526,000
1987 NBC Vin Scully[29] Joe Garagiola Sr. Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland Athletics Bob Costas and Marv Albert 18.2 37 15,910,000 24,295,000
1986 ABC[30] Al Michaels Jim Palmer and Tim McCarver Astrodome, Houston Astros Don Drysdale Al Michaels Jim Palmer and Tim McCarver 20.3 35 17,440,000 28,375,000
1985 NBC[31] Vin Scully[32][33][34] Joe Garagiola Sr. Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minnesota Twins Bob Costas 20.5 36 17,400,000 28,210,000
1984 ABC[35] Al Michaels[36] Howard Cosell and Earl Weaver Candlestick Park, San Francisco Giants Don Drysdale and Jim Palmer Howard Cosell Don Drysdale and Jim Palmer 20.1 35 16,840,000 28,500,000
1983 NBC[37] Vin Scully Joe Garagiola Sr.[38] Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox Don Sutton Bob Costas 21.5 39 17,910,000 27,190,000
1982 ABC[39] Al Michaels (first half)
Keith Jackson (second half)
Howard Cosell and Don Drysdale Olympic Stadium, Montréal Expos Bob Uecker Al Michaels and Keith Jackson Howard Cosell and Don Drysdale 25.0 44 20,380,000 34,120,000
1981 NBC Joe Garagiola Sr.[40] Tony Kubek Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland Indians Bryant Gumbel[41] 20.1 36 15,640,000 Not Available
1980 ABC Keith Jackson[42] (first half)
Al Michaels (second half)
Howard Cosell and Don Drysdale Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles Dodgers Bob Uecker Al Michaels and Keith Jackson Howard Cosell and Don Drysdale 26.8 46 20,450,000 36,270,000

Notes

1970s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Field reporters Pregame hosts Pregame analysts Rating Share Households Viewers
1979 NBC Joe Garagiola Tony Kubek and Tom Seaver Kingdome, Seattle Mariners Bryant Gumbel 24.4 45 18,180,000 31,980,000
1978 ABC Keith Jackson Howard Cosell and Don Drysdale San Diego Stadium, San Diego Padres Bob Uecker Keith Jackson Howard Cosell and Don Drysdale 26.1 47 19,030,000 35,529,000
1977 NBC Joe Garagiola Sr. Tony Kubek Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees Curt Gowdy Bryant Gumbel 24.5 45 17,440,000 31,000,000
1976 ABC Bob Prince Warner Wolf and Bob Uecker Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Phillies 27.1 53 18,680,000 36,330,000
1975[45] NBC Curt Gowdy and Joe Garagiola Sr. Tony Kubek County Stadium, Milwaukee Brewers Joe Garagiola, Sr. 21.5 41 14,730,000 28,170,000
1974[46] Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Pirates 23.4 44 15,490,000 Not Available
1973 Curt Gowdy Royals Stadium, Kansas City Royals 23.8 45 15,420,000 27,600,000
1972 Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta Braves 22.9 43 14,220,000 26,300,000
1971 Tiger Stadium, Detroit Tigers Lindsey Nelson 27.0 50 16,230,000 Not Available
1970 Tony Kubek and Mickey Mantle Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati Reds 28.5 54 16,670,000

Notes

  • 1976 – The ABC team of Bob Prince, Bob Uecker, and Warner Wolf alternated roles for the broadcast. For the first three innings, Prince did play-by-play with Wolf on color commentary and Uecker doing field interviews. For the middle innings, Uecker worked play-by-play with Prince on color and Wolf doing the interviews. For the rest of the game, Wolf worked play-by-play with Uecker on color and Prince doing interviews.

1960s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Rating Share Households Viewers
1969 NBC Curt Gowdy Tony Kubek and Mickey Mantle Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, Washington Senators 15.1 42 8,610,000 Not Available
1968 Pee Wee Reese and Sandy Koufax Astrodome, Houston Astros 25.8 49 14,450,000 Not Available
1967 Anaheim Stadium, California Angels 25.6 50 14,050,000 est. 55,000,000[47]
1966 Pee Wee Reese Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals 13.7 46 est. 12,000,000[47]
1965[48] Jack Buck Joe Garagiola Sr. Metropolitan Stadium, Minnesota Twins 12.9 46
1964 Lindsey Nelson Buddy Blattner Shea Stadium, New York Mets 16.0 53
1963 Vin Scully Joe Garagiola Sr. Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians 13.6 49
1962 (1st game) Mel Allen D.C. Stadium, Washington Senators 15.7 57
1962 (2nd game) Vin Scully Curt Gowdy Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs 13.4 52
1961 (1st game) Mel Allen Russ Hodges Candlestick Park, San Francisco Giants 17.5 55
1961 (2nd game) Curt Gowdy Joe Garagiola Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox 13.1 51
1960 (1st game) Russ Hodges Municipal Stadium, Kansas City Athletics 13.5 51
1960 (2nd game) Mel Allen Vin Scully Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees 13.5 53

Notes

  • The 1967 All-Star Game in Anaheim can be considered the first "prime time" telecast[49] of a Major League Baseball All-Star Game. The game started at approximately 7:00 p.m. on the East Coast.
  • The 1969 game was originally scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, July 22, but heavy rains forced its postponement to the following afternoon. The 1969 contest remains the last All-Star Game to date to be played earlier than prime time in the Eastern United States.

1950s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Rating Share
1959 (1st game) NBC Mel Allen Curt Gowdy Forbes Field, Pittsburgh Pirates 16.1 64
1959 (2nd game) Vin Scully Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles Dodgers 25.1 56
1958 Al Helfer Memorial Stadium, Baltimore Orioles 17.9 66
1957 Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Cardinals 19.8 68
1956 Griffith Stadium, Washington Senators 18.9 69
1955 County Stadium, Milwaukee Braves 21.5 67
1954 Gene Kelly Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians 17.7 65
1953 Jack Brickhouse Mel Allen Crosley Field, Cincinnati Reds 8.6 32
1952 Shibe Park, Philadelphia Phillies 15.6 53
1951 Jim Britt Briggs Stadium, Detroit Tigers 27.3 89
1950 Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox 16.5 65

Notes

  • During the 1955 All-Star Game, NBC director Harry Coyle introduced the center field pitcher-batter camera shot to supplement the standard behind home-plate view. The angle allowed viewers to follow the ball from the pitcher's hand all the way into the catcher's mitt.
  • The 1952 All-Star Game in Philadelphia was the first nationally televised All-Star Game, but it was shortened by rain.
  • In 1950, the Mutual Broadcasting System acquired the television broadcast rights to the World Series and All-Star Game for the next six years. Mutual may have been reindulging in TV network dreams or simply taking advantage of a long-standing business relationship; in either case, the broadcast rights were sold to NBC in time for the following season's games at an enormous profit.

1940s

Year Network Play-by-play Venue/Host team
1949 CBS Red Barber Ebbets Field, Brooklyn Dodgers
1948 KSD Bob Ingham Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Browns

Radio

2020s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Reporters Studio hosts
2020 Not held because of the COVID-19 pandemic

2010s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Reporters Studio hosts
2019 ESPN Jon Sciambi Chris Singleton Progressive Field, Cleveland Indians Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian Marc Kestecher
2018 Nationals Park, Washington Nationals
2017 Marlins Park, Miami Marlins
2016 Petco Park, San Diego Padres Peter Pascarelli and Tim Kurkjian
2015 Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati Reds
2014 Target Field, Minnesota Twins
2013 Citi Field, New York Mets
2012 Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City Royals Peter Pascarelli and John Rooney
2011 Chase Field, Arizona Diamondbacks
2010 Dave Campbell Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

2000s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team Reporters Studio hosts
2009 ESPN Dan Shulman Dave Campbell Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals Peter Pascarelli and John Rooney Marc Kestecher
2008 Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees
2007 AT&T Park, San Francisco Giants Joe D'Ambrosio
2006 PNC Park, Pittsburgh Pirates
2005 Comerica Park, Detroit Tigers
2004 Minute Maid Park, Houston Astros
2003 U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago White Sox
2002 Miller Park, Milwaukee Brewers
2001 Charley Steiner Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners
2000 Turner Field, Atlanta Braves Joe D'Ambrosio Karl Ravech

1990s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team
1999 ESPN Charley Steiner Dave Campbell Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox
1998 Kevin Kennedy Coors Field, Colorado Rockies
1997 CBS John Rooney Jerry Coleman and Jeff Torborg Jacobs Field, Cleveland Indians
1996 Jim Hunter Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Phillies
1995 Jerry Coleman and Jeff Torborg The Ballpark in Arlington, Texas Rangers
1994 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Pirates
1993 Jerry Coleman and Johnny Bench Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Orioles
1992 Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego Padres
1991 SkyDome, Toronto Blue Jays
1990 Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs

1980s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team
1989 CBS Brent Musburger Jerry Coleman and Johnny Bench Anaheim Stadium, California Angels
1988 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati Reds
1987 Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland Athletics
1986 Astrodome, Houston Astros
1985 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minnesota Twins
1984 Candlestick Park, San Francisco Giants
1983 Duke Snider and Brooks Robinson Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox
1982 Vin Scully Brent Musburger Olympic Stadium, Montréal Expos
1981 Win Elliot and Herb Score Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland Indians
1980 Brent Musburger Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles Dodgers

1970s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators Venue/Host team
1979 CBS Vin Scully Brent Musburger and Jerry Coleman Kingdome, Seattle Mariners
1978 San Diego Stadium, San Diego Padres
1977 Brent Musburger Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees
1976 Jack Buck Brent Musburger and Andy Musser Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Phillies
1975 NBC Jim Simpson Maury Wills County Stadium, Milwaukee Brewers
1974 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Pirates
1973 Royals Stadium, Kansas City Royals
1972 Sandy Koufax Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta Braves
1971 Tiger Stadium, Detroit Tigers
1970 Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati Reds

1960s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators/Secondary play-by-play Venue/Host team
1969 NBC Jim Simpson Sandy Koufax Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, Washington Senators
1968 Tony Kubek and Gene Elston Astrodome, Houston Astros
1967 Tony Kubek and Buddy Blattner Anaheim Stadium, California Angels
1966 Tony Kubek Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals
1965 Herb Carneal Bob Prince Metropolitan Stadium, Minnesota Twins
1964 Blaine Walsh Dan Daniels Shea Stadium, New York Mets
1963 Bob Neal George Bryson Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians
1962 (1st game) Lindsey Nelson John MacLean D.C. Stadium, Washington Senators
1962 (2nd game) Jack Quinlan George Kell Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs
1961 (1st game) Jimmy Dudley Jerry Doggett Candlestick Park, San Francisco Giants
1961 (2nd game) Blaine Walsh Ernie Harwell Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox
1960 (1st game) Merle Harmon Jack Quinlan Municipal Stadium, Kansas City Athletics
1960 (2nd game) Bob Elson Waite Hoyt Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees

1950s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators/Secondary play-by-play Venue/Host team
1959 (1st game) NBC Jack Brickhouse Bob Prince Forbes Field, Pittsburgh Pirates
1959 (2nd game) Bob Neal Russ Hodges Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles Dodgers
1958 Ernie Harwell Memorial Stadium, Baltimore Orioles
1957 Harry Caray Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Cardinals
1956 Mutual Bob Wolff Griffith Stadium, Washington Senators
1955 Earl Gillespie County Stadium, Milwaukee Braves
1954 Al Helfer Jimmy Dudley Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians
1953 Waite Hoyt Crosley Field, Cincinnati Reds
1952 Gene Kelly Shibe Park, Philadelphia Phillies
1951 Mel Allen Briggs Stadium, Detroit Tigers
1950 Mel Allen Jim Britt Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox

1940s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators/Secondary play-by-play Venue/Host team
1949 Mutual Mel Allen Jim Britt Ebbets Field, Brooklyn Dodgers
1948 Mutual Mel Allen Jim Britt and France Laux Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Browns
1947 Mutual Mel Allen Jim Britt Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs
1946 Mutual Mel Allen Jim Britt and Bill Corum Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox
1945 Not held because of World War II
1944 Mutual Don Dunphy Bill Slater and Bill Corum Forbes Field, Pittsburgh Pirates
1943 Mutual Mel Allen Red Barber and Bill Corum Shibe Park, Philadelphia Athletics
1942 Mutual Bob Elson Mel Allen and Jim Britt (first game; July 6)
Waite Hoyt and Jack Graney (second game; July 8)
Polo Grounds, New York Giants (first game)
Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians (second game)
1941 Mutual
CBS
WWJ
WXYZ
Red Barber
Mel Allen
Ty Tyson
Harry Heilmann
Bob Elson
France Laux


Briggs Stadium, Detroit Tigers
1940 Mutual
CBS
NBC
KWK
Red Barber
Mel Allen
Tom Manning
Johnny O'Hara
Bob Elson
France Laux
Ray Schmidt and Alex Buchan
Johnny Neblett
Sportsman's Park, St. Louis Cardinals

1930s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentators/Secondary play-by-play Venue/Host team
1939 Mutual
CBS
NBC
Red Barber and Bob Elson
France Laux and Arch McDonald
Tom Manning and Paul Douglas
Al Helfer
Mel Allen
Warren Brown
Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees
1938 Mutual
CBS
NBC
Bob Elson
Bill Dyer
Tom Manning
Dick Bray
France Laux
Red Barber
Crosley Field, Cincinnati Reds
1937 Mutual
CBS
NBC
Bob Elson
France Laux
Tom Manning
Tony Wakeman
Bill Dyer and Arch McDonald
Warren Brown
Griffith Stadium, Washington Senators
1936 Mutual
CBS
NBC
Fred Hoey
Arch McDonald
Hal Totten and Tom Manning
Linus Travers
Dolly Stark
Graham McNamee
National League Park, Boston Bees
1935 Mutual
CBS
NBC
Bob Elson
Jack Graney
Tom Manning
Ellis Vander Pyl
France Laux
Graham McNamee
Municipal Stadium, Cleveland Indians
1934 CBS
NBC
France Laux
Tom Manning
Ted Husing
Graham McNamee and Ford Bond
Polo Grounds, New York Giants
1933 CBS
NBC
Pat Flanagan
Tom Manning
Johnny O'Hara
Graham McNamee
Comiskey Park, Chicago White Sox

Notes

  • Up until at least, the late 1970s-early 1980s, a majority of the radio announcing crews for the All-Star Game split play-by-play duties, doing either the first 4½ or last 4½ innings.

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