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List of Cincinnati Reds broadcasters

 

List of Cincinnati Reds broadcasters

Contents

  • Some notable broadcasters 1
    • A 1.1
    • B 1.2
    • C 1.3
    • G 1.4
    • H 1.5
    • J 1.6
    • K 1.7
    • L 1.8
    • M 1.9
    • N 1.10
    • P 1.11
    • R 1.12
    • S 1.13
    • W 1.14
  • Radio Broadcast Stations 2
  • Television Broadcast Stations 3
  • 2012 season lineups 4
  • See also 5

Some notable broadcasters

A

B

C

G

  • George Grande (1993-2009; fill-in 2010-present)

H

  • Harry Hartman (1931–33)
  • Tom Hedrick (1971–72)
  • Dan Hoard (2000, 2003, 2009 fill-in)
  • Waite Hoyt (1942–65, 1972) There was the pitch!
  • Tom Hume (1990)

J

K

L

  • Steve LaMar (1990–92)
  • Ray Lane (1979–84)

M

  • Frank McCormick (1958–68)
  • Jim McIntyre (1966–70)
  • Kent Mercker (2009–present, fill-in)
  • Al Michaels (1971–73), now with NBC She's gone!
  • Gene Mittendorf (1924)
  • Jack Moran (1955-1961)
  • Joe Morgan (1985)

N

  • Dick Nesbitt (1942)
  • Joe Nuxhall (1967-2004; occasionally 2004-2007) This is the old left-hander, rounding third and heading for home.

P

R

S

W

[*] Ford C. Frick Award

Source: Reds 2002 Media Guide

Radio Broadcast Stations

Games were broadcast intermittently in the 1920s. From 1933-45, broadcasts were shared among multiple stations.

  • WFBE/WCPO: 1933-1942, 1945–54
  • WSAI: 1933-1944, 1955–56
  • WKRC: 1924 (as WMH), 1934–35, 1942–44, 1957–63
  • WCKY: 1964-69
  • WLW: 1929, 1969–present

Television Broadcast Stations

2012 season lineups

Radio:

TV:

  • Play-by-play: Thom Brennaman, Kelch or George Grande
  • Analyst: Welsh, Brantley or Casey
  • Pre- and post-game: Jim Day and Jeff Piecoro

See also

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