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List of Major League Baseball on Fox broadcasters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Commentators (as of 2020)

Play-by-play

Color commentators

Field reporters

Studio host

Studio analysts

Pairings history

1990s

1996–1997

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Bob Brenly
  2. Thom Brennaman/Bob Brenly
  3. John Rooney/Jeff Torborg
  4. Josh Lewin/Ken Singleton

1998

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Bob Brenly
  2. Thom Brennaman/Bob Brenly
  3. John Rooney/Jeff Torborg
  4. Josh Lewin/Frank Robinson

1999

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Bob Brenly
  2. Thom Brennaman/Bob Brenly
  3. Chip Caray/Jeff Torborg
  4. Josh Lewin/Frank Robinson or Kevin Kennedy

2000s

2000

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Bob Brenly
  2. Thom Brennaman/Bob Brenly
  3. Josh Lewin/Kevin Kennedy
  4. Chip Caray/Jeff Torborg

2001–2005

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Ken Rosenthal (2005)
  2. Thom Brennaman/Steve Lyons
  3. Josh Lewin/Regional Weekly Hire
  4. Kenny Albert/Regional Weekly Hire

2006

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Ken Rosenthal
  2. Thom Brennaman/Steve Lyons
  3. Josh Lewin/Lou Piniella
  4. Kenny Albert/Regional Weekly Hire

2007

2008

Matt Vasgersian was a regular announcer. Dick Stockton and Josh Lewin were also regular fill-in announcers. Leo Mazzone was as a fill-in color commentator.

2009

Dick Stockton and Josh Lewin were also regular fill-in announcers

2010s

2010

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Ken Rosenthal (All-Star Game, NLCS, World Series)
  2. Thom Brennaman/Mark Grace (regular season only)
  3. Kenny Albert/Eric Karros

Josh Lewin, Fill-in during NHL and NBA Playoffs and NFL Season

2011

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver/Ken Rosenthal
  2. Thom Brennaman/Eric Karros (regular season only)
  3. Kenny Albert/Mark Grace

Matt Vasgersian, Dick Stockton, and Josh Lewin were also regular fill-in announcers

2012–2013

  1. Joe Buck/Tim McCarver
  2. Thom Brennaman/Eric Karros or Tom Verducci
  3. Kenny Albert/Regional Weekly Hire
  4. Dick Stockton/Regional Weekly Hire (night game weeks only)

Dave Sims and Eric Karros called Philip Humber's perfect game on April 21, 2012.

2014

  1. Joe Buck or Kenny Albert/Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci/Ken Rosenthal and Erin Andrews
  2. Thom Brennaman/Eric Karros (April–August) or Matt Vasgersian/John Smoltz/Jon Paul Morosi (September-Postseason)
  3. Justin Kutcher/Regional Weekly Hire
  4. Kenny Albert/Regional Weekly Hire

2015

  1. Joe Buck, Kenny Albert, or Aaron Goldsmith/Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci/Ken Rosenthal
  2. Matt Vasgersian/John Smoltz/Jon Paul Morosi
  3. Kenny Albert/Eric Karros
  4. Joe Davis/Regional Weekly Hire
  5. Justin Kutcher/Regional Weekly Hire

A. J. Pierzynski joined Vasgersian/Smoltz/Morosi for the 2015 ALDS.[1]

2016

  1. Joe Buck or Matt Vasgersian/John Smoltz/Ken Rosenthal
  2. Kenny Albert/Harold Reynolds/Tom Verducci/Jon Paul Morosi
  3. Matt Vasgersian/Eric Karros
  4. Joe Davis/Regional Weekly Hire
  5. Justin Kutcher/Regional Weekly Hire
  6. Aaron Goldsmith/Regional Weekly Hire

2017

  1. Joe Buck or Matt Vasgersian/John Smoltz/Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
  2. Kenny Albert or Joe Davis/A. J. Pierzynski/Jon Paul Morosi
  3. Matt Vasgersian or Justin Kutcher/Eric Karros
  4. Joe Davis/Regional Weekly Hire
  5. Justin Kutcher/Regional Weekly Hire
  6. Aaron Goldsmith/Regional Weekly Hire

David Cone, who serves as a color commentator on select games for the New York Yankees on the YES Network, joined Davis/Pierzynski/Morosi for the 2017 ALDS.[2]

2018

  1. Joe Buck (NLCS, World Series, All-Star Game, select regular season games) or Joe Davis (Division Series, most regular season games)/John Smoltz/Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
  2. Kenny Albert, Kevin Burkhardt or Don Orsillo/A. J. Pierzynski/David Cone/Jon Paul Morosi
  3. Justin Kutcher/Eric Karros or C. J. Nitkowski
  4. Joe Davis/Regional Weekly Hire
  5. Aaron Goldsmith/Regional Weekly Hire

2019

  1. Joe Buck (ALCS, World Series, All-Star Game, select regular season games) or Joe Davis (Division Series, most regular season games) /John Smoltz/Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
  2. Kenny Albert/A. J. Pierzynski and/or Joe Girardi/Jon Paul Morosi
  3. Justin Kutcher/Eric Karros, C. J. Nitkowski, or John Farrell
  4. Len Kasper or Don Orsillo/Regional Weekly Hire
  5. Aaron Goldsmith/Regional Weekly Hire

Joe Davis filled-in for Buck during Game 4 of the ALCS while Buck called Thursday Night Football.

2020s

2020

  1. Joe Buck (select regular season games, NLCS, World Series) or Joe Davis (NLDS, most regular season games, NLCS Game 7) or Kevin Burkhardt (select regular season games)/John Smoltz/Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
  2. Kevin Burkhardt or Adam Amin (NLDS)/A. J. Pierzynski and Adam Wainwright (NLDS)/Tom Verducci (NLDS)
  3. Don Orsillo or Adam Amin or Aaron Goldsmith/Eric Karros/Jon Paul Morosi

Joe Davis called Game 7 of the NLCS for Joe Buck, who was in Tampa Bay, working the Packers-Buccaneers game on the same day.

Studio

Commentators

Current

Former

Current and former fill-in broadcasters

Additional notes

  • Up to and including the 2000 World Series, Bob Brenly, who normally did West Coast games with Thom Brennaman, regularly joined Joe Buck and Tim McCarver in the booth for events such as the World Series and All-Star Game. However, Bob Brenly became the manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, who won the World Series under Brenly just a year later. After Brenly was fired by the Diamondbacks in the 2004 season, he briefly returned to FOX until being hired by the Chicago Cubs as their color commentator.
  • In 2001, Jeanne Zelasko[3] became the first woman in more than a decade to regularly host Major League Baseball games for a network. The network canceled the pre-game show (as a cost-cutting measure) following the 2008 season.
  • In 2020, Play-by-play announcer and Color Commentator will be calling the games from the Fox Network Center in Los Angeles, CA.

See also

References

  1. ^ 2015 FOX MLB Postseason Leads Off With ALDS Doubleheader Thursday Night
  2. ^ FOX Sports Announces MLB Postseason Broadcast Lineup as Teams Vie to Stay Alive in October
  3. ^ Ginn, Sharon (June 1, 2001). "Zelasko lands her dream job". St. Petersburg Times.

External links

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