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List of Chicago Cubs broadcasters

 

List of Chicago Cubs broadcasters

Some notable broadcasters:

[*] Ford C. Frick Award - Resource: MLB [2] The 2015 cubs games will broadcast on WBBM (AM)

Contents

  • 1920s-1940s 1
  • 1950s-1970s 2
  • 1980s-1990s 3
  • 2000s 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

1920s-1940s

1950s-1970s

1980s-1990s

  • Harry Caray (1982-97) "It might be... it could be... it is!" "Holy cow!" "Cubs win!" [*]
    • In 1987, Caray suffered a stroke during the offseason leading to his absence from the broadcast booth for most of the first two months of the season. To fill the void, a series of celebrity guest announcers appeared on the WGN telecasts in his place.[1]
  • Steve Stone (1983-2000, 2003-2004)
  • Dewayne Staats (1985-1989)
  • Dave Nelson (1988-1989)
  • Ron Santo (1990-2010) "Boy, oh boy..."
  • Bob Brenly (1990-91 [radio]; 2005-2012 [TV])
  • Thom Brennaman (1990-95)
  • Pat Hughes (1996-present) "This ball's got a chaaaance...GONE!" "Get out the tape measure, LONG gone!"
  • Dan Roan (1980s-present; substitute broadcaster and host of certain specials; WGN only)
  • Josh Lewin (1997)

2000s

References

  1. ^ http://chicago.epguides.com/Cubs/guestannouncers.asp

External links


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