List of St. Louis Cardinals broadcasters
- ^ The Official Site of The St. Louis Cardinals: Official Info: Press Release
- ^ St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Run of Bucks broadcasting Cardinals comes to an end Archived 2008-05-10 at the Wayback Machine
External links Jack Buck
John Francis "Jack" Buck (August 21, 1924 – June 18, 2002) was an American sportscaster, best known for his work announcing Major League Baseball games of the St. Louis Cardinals. His play-by-play work earned him recognition from numerous Halls of Fame, such as the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the National Radio Hall of Fame. He has also been inducted as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame Museum. St. Louis Cardinals Radio Network
The St. Louis Cardinals Radio Network is a United States radio network that broadcasts St. Louis Cardinals baseball. The network consists of 110 stations (52 AM, 58 FM) and six FM translators in nine states (four in the Midwest and five in the South). Its flagship station is KMOX in St. Louis. Due to an earlier deal with KTRS/550, it is still a partial owner of that station although Cardinals games no longer air on KTRS (which they did for the 2006-2010 seasons).
As of the 2016 season, the play-by-play is provided by former Cardinals right fielder Mike Shannon (home games only) and John Rooney, who have been calling games for the team since 1972 and 2006 respectively. Former Cardinals pitcher Rick Horton (who also serves as a color analyst for Cardinals telecasts on Fox Sports Midwest) fills in for Shannon on road games. Mike Claiborne hosts the pre- and post-game shows and occasionally fills in on play-by-play. 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.
- New York City: WNYW 5 (Yankees, 1999–2001), WWOR 9 (N.Y. Giants, 1951–1957; Brooklyn Dodgers, 1950–1957; Mets, 1962–1998; Yankees, 2005–2014)
- Los Angeles: KTTV 11 (Dodgers, 1958–1992), KCOP 13 (Dodgers, 2002–2005; Angels, 2006–2012)
- Chicago: WFLD 32 (White Sox, 1968–1972, 1982–1989)
- Philadelphia: WTXF 29 (Phillies, 1983–1989)
- Dallas–Fort Worth: KDFW 4 & KDFI 27 (Texas Rangers, 2001–2009)
- San Francisco–Oakland: KTVU 2 (Giants, 1961–2007; Athletics, 1973–1974), KICU 36 (Athletics, 1999–2008)
- Boston: WFXT 25 (Red Sox, 2000–2002)
- Washington, D.C.: WTTG 5 (Senators, 1948–1958), WDCA 20 (Nationals, 2005–2008)
- Houston: KRIV 26 (Astros, 1979–1982), KTXH 20 (Astros, 1983–1997, 2008–2012)
- Detroit: WJBK 2 (Tigers, 1953–1974; 2007)
- Minneapolis–Saint Paul: KMSP 9 (Twins, 1979–1988, 1998–2002), WFTC 29 (Twins, 1990–1992, 2005–2010)
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