List of Atlanta Braves broadcasters

Broadcast networks

Television

Radio

  • WSB (AM): 1966–1991, 1995–2004
  • WGST: 1992–1994, 2005–2009
  • WNNX (FM): 2010–2013, 2019–present
  • WCNN: 2010–present
  • WYAY (FM) : 2014–2019

Broadcasters by name

Current announcers

  • Chip Caray: (play-by-play, 1991–1992, 2005–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Jeff Francoeur: (guest analyst, 2017–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Tom Glavine: (guest analyst, 2010–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Mark Lemke: (analyst, 2007–present) Braves Radio Network
  • Pete Manzano: (play-by-play, 1992–present) Atlanta Braves International Radio Network and TBS SAP
  • Dale Murphy: (guest analyst, 2012–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Fernando Palacios: (analyst, 2003–present) TBS SAP
  • Jim Powell: (Play by Play 2009–present) Braves Radio Network
  • Joe Simpson: (analyst, 1992–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Don Sutton: (play-by-play, and analyst 1989–2006, 2009–present) Braves Radio Network

Former announcers

  • Hank Aaron: (analyst, 1980) TBS and Braves Radio Network
  • Mel Allen: (play-by-play, 1965) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Tim Brando: (play-by-play, 1995–1997) SportSouth
  • Jim Britt: (play-by-play, 1940–1952) Braves Radio Network, WBZ-TV (deceased)
  • Brett Butler: (analyst, 2000) FSN South
  • Skip Caray: (play-by-play, 1976–2008) TBS, Turner South and Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Darrell Chaney: (analyst, 1981–1982) TBS and Braves Radio Network
  • Dave Cohen: (in-game reporter, 1997) FSN South
  • Dizzy Dean: (play-by-play, color commentator, 1966–68) Braves TV (WSB-TV) (deceased)
  • Al Downing: (analyst, 2000) FSN South
  • Leo Egan: (play-by-play, 1949–1950) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Frank Fallon (play-by-play, 1946) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Frankie Frisch: (analyst, 1939) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Ron Gant: (analyst, 2004–2006) TBS, Turner South; (analyst, 2011–2012) Peachtree TV
  • Earl Gillespie: (play-by-play, 1953–1963) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Bump Hadley: (play-by-play, 1949–1952) Braves Radio Network, WBZ-TV (deceased)
  • Milo Hamilton: (play-by-play, 1966–1975) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Merle Harmon: (play-by-play, 1964–1965) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • George Hartrick: (play-by-play, 1943–1945) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Fred Hoey: (play-by-play, 1925–1938) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Tom Hussey: (play-by-play, 1939-1950) Braves Radio Network, WBZ-TV (deceased)
  • Brian Jordan: (guest analyst, 2011–2012) Peachtree TV
  • Ernie Johnson Sr.: (play-by-play, 1962–1999) Braves Radio Network, TBS, SportSouth and FSN South (deceased)
  • Ernie Johnson Jr.: (play-by-play, 1993–1996, 2010) SportSouth and Peachtree TV
  • Bob Kelly: (play-by-play, 1953) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Bill Mazer: (play-by-play, 1964) Braves Radio Network
  • Larry Munson: (play-by-play, 1966–1967) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Dave O'Brien: (play-by-play, 1990–1991) TBS and Braves Radio Network
  • Tom Paciorek: (analyst, 2001–2005) FSN South
  • Bob Rathbun: (play-by-play, 1997–2006) FSN South and Turner South
  • Billy Sample: (analyst, 1988–1989) TBS and Braves Radio Network
  • Chris Schenkel: (play-by-play, 1954) Braves Radio Network (deceased)
  • Jon Sciambi: (play-by-play, 2007–2009) FSN South and SportSouth
  • Les Smith (play-by-play, color commentator, 1948–1952) Braves Radio Network, WNAC-TV
  • John Smoltz: (analyst, color commentator, 2008, 2010, 2014) Peachtree TV (2008, 2010), FSN South, and SportSouth (2014)
  • John Sterling: (play-by-play, 1982–1987) TBS and Braves Radio Network
  • Jeff Torborg: (analyst, 2006) FSN South and Turner South
  • Pete Van Wieren: (play-by-play, 1976–2008) Braves Radio Network, TBS, and Turner South (deceased)
  • Blaine Walsh: (play-by-play, 1954–1965) Braves Radio Network (deceased)

Studio hosts

Current

  • Paul Byrd: (TV analyst/reporter, 2014–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Jeff Francoeur: (TV analyst, 2017–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Nick Green: (TV analyst, 2016–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Ben Ingram: (radio host, 2011–present) Braves Radio Network
  • Brian Jordan: (TV analyst, 2011–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Jerome Jurenovich: (TV host, 2007–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast and Fox Sports Tennessee (as Preds Studios Update Around the NHL Game)
  • Kelsey Wingert: (Reporter/host, 2016–present) Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast and Fox Sports Tennessee (As Preds Studios Update Around the NHL Game)

Former

  • Erin Andrews: (host, 2002–2003) TBS
  • Chip Caray: (radio host, 2007–2010) Braves Radio Network
  • Dave Cohen: Host Braves Report Fox Sports South 1997; Braves Radio Network 1998-2001
  • Mitch Evans: (radio host, 2007–2010) Braves Radio Network
  • Marc Fein: (host, 2005–2007) TBS
  • Bob Fiscella: (host, 2005–2006) FSN South
  • Matt Diaz: (TV analyst, 2014–2015) FSN South and SportSouth
  • Stu Klitenic: (host, 2005–2006) Braves Radio Network
  • Eric Page: (host, 2006) Braves Radio Network
  • Bill Shanks: (analyst, 2006) Braves Radio Network
  • Daron Sutton: (host of The Dodge Braves Report, 1998–1999 on Fox Sports South, a half-hour pre-game show.)

See also

Don Sutton

Donald Howard Sutton (born April 2, 1945) is an American former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a right-handed pitcher. He played for 23 total major league seasons as a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, and California Angels. He won a total of 324 games, 58 of them shutouts and five of them one-hitters, and he is seventh on baseball's all-time strikeout list with 3,574.

Sutton was born in Clio, Alabama. He attended high school and community college in Florida before entering professional baseball. After a year in the minor leagues, Sutton joined the Dodgers. Beginning in 1966, he was in the team's starting pitching rotation with Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and Claude Osteen. Sixteen of Sutton's 23 MLB seasons were spent with the Dodgers. He registered only one 20-win season, but he earned double-digit wins in almost all of his seasons.

Sutton entered broadcasting after his retirement as a player. He has worked in this capacity for several teams, the majority being with the Atlanta Braves. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1998.

The Baseball Network announcers

The following is a list of announcers who called Major League Baseball telecasts for the joint venture (lasting for the 1994-1995 seasons) between Major League Baseball, ABC and NBC called The Baseball Network announcers who represented each of the teams playing in the respective games were typically paired with each other on regular season Baseball Night in America telecasts. ABC used Al Michaels, Jim Palmer, Tim McCarver and Lesley Visser as the lead broadcasting team. Meanwhile, NBC used Bob Costas, Joe Morgan, Bob Uecker and Jim Gray as their lead broadcasting team.

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