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List of Texas Rangers broadcasters

Official Radio Station: KESN 103.3 FM, KSKY 660 AM and KZMP 1540AM (Spanish)
Official Television Stations: Fox Sports Southwest, KTXA
Year Radio Broadcasters Radio Broadcasters (Spanish) Television Broadcasters
1972 Don Drysdale and Bill Mercer - Don Drysdale and Bill Mercer
1973 Bill Mercer and Dick Risenhoover - Tom Hedrick and Dick Risenhoover
1974 Dick Risenhoover and Bill Merrill - Dick Risenhoover, Burt Hawkins, and Jimmy Piersall
1975-1977 Dick Risenhoover and Bill Merrill - Dick Risenhoover and Tom Vandergriff
1978 Bill Merrill and Jon Miller - Frank Glieber and Jon Miller
1979 Bill Merrill and Jon Miller - Frank Glieber, Jon Miller, and Eric Nadel
1980 Bill Merrill, Mel Proctor, and Eric Nadel - Frank Glieber, Eric Nadel, and Mel Proctor
1981 Bill Merrill, Mel Proctor, and Eric Nadel - Eric Nadel, Mel Proctor, and Norm Hitzges
1982-1983 Eric Nadel and Mark Holtz - Steve Busby and Merle Harmon
1984 Eric Nadel and Mark Holtz - Steve Busby, Merle Harmon, Eric Nadel, and Mark Holtz
1985 Eric Nadel and Mark Holtz - Steve Busby, Merle Harmon, Fred Patek, and Phil Stone
1986-1988 Eric Nadel and Mark Holtz - Steve Busby, Merle Harmon, Norm Hitzges, and Bob Carpenter
1989 Eric Nadel and Mark Holtz - Steve Busby, Merle Harmon, Norm Hitzges, Bob Carpenter, and Greg Lucas
1990 Eric Nadel and Mark Holtz - Steve Busby, Greg Lucas, Jim Sundberg, Dave Barnett, and Brad Sham
1991-1994 Eric Nadel and Mark Holtz - Steve Busby, Greg Lucas, Jim Sundberg, and Norm Hitzges
1995 Eric Nadel and Brad Sham - Steve Busby, Jim Sundberg, Norm Hitzges, Tom Grieve, and Mark Holtz
1996 Eric Nadel and Brad Sham - Tom Grieve and Mark Holtz
1997 Eric Nadel and Brad Sham - Tom Grieve, Mark Holtz, and Bill Jones
1998-1999 Eric Nadel and Vince Cotroneo - Tom Grieve and Bill Jones
2000-2001 Eric Nadel and Vince Cotroneo Eleno Ornelas and Edgar Lopez Tom Grieve and Bill Jones
2002-2003 Eric Nadel and Vince Cotroneo, with Scott Franzke Eleno Ornelas and Edgar Lopez Tom Grieve and Josh Lewin, with Bill Land
2004-2005 Eric Nadel and Victor Rojas, with Scott Franzke Eleno Ornelas and Jose Guzman Tom Grieve and Josh Lewin, with Bill Land
2006-2008 Eric Nadel and Victor Rojas Eleno Ornelas and Jose Guzman Tom Grieve and Josh Lewin, with Bill Land
2009 Eric Nadel and Dave Barnett Eleno Ornelas and Jose Guzman Tom Grieve and Josh Lewin, with Bill Land
2010 Eric Nadel and Dave Barnett Eleno Ornelas and Jerry Romo Tom Grieve and Josh Lewin, with Dave Barnett
March 2011- May 26, 2011 Eric Nadel and Dave Barnett or Bryan Dolgin (day games) Eleno Ornelas and Jerry Romo Tom Grieve and John Rhadigan or Dave Barnett (day games), with Jim Knox
May 26, 2011- June 18, 2012 Eric Nadel and Steve Busby, or Bryan Dolgin (day games) Eleno Ornelas and Jerry Romo Tom Grieve and Dave Barnett, with Jim Knox
June 19, 2012 – Present Eric Nadel and Matt Hicks (began July 2, 2012) with Bryan Dolgin Eleno Ornelas and Benji Gil or Jerry Romo Tom Grieve or Mark McLemore and Steve Busby, with Jim Knox (English); Victor Villalba and Jerry Romo (Spanish)

References

  • Texas Rangers Broadcasters History
  • Texas Rangers Current Broadcasters


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