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List of College World Series broadcasters

Through 1987, the College World Series was a pure double-elimination event. The format was changed in 1988, when the tournament was divided into two four-team double-elimination brackets, with the survivors of each bracket playing in a single championship game. The single-game championship was designed for network television, with the final game on CBS on Saturday afternoon.

In 2003, the tournament returned entirely to cable television on ESPN, which had been covering all of the other games of the CWS since 1982 (and a partial schedule since 1980).[1] The championship final became a best-of-three series between the two bracket winners, with games scheduled for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday evenings. In the results shown here, Score indicates the score of the championship game(s) only.

The following is a list of the American television networks and announcers that have broadcast the College World Series.

By decade

2010s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Field reporter(s)
2013 ESPN Mike Patrick Orel Hershiser and Kyle Peterson Jessica Mendoza and Kaylee Hartung
2012 ESPN Mike Patrick Orel Hershiser and Kyle Peterson Jenn Brown and Jessica Mendoza
2011 ESPN Mike Patrick Orel Hershiser and Robin Ventura Jenn Brown and Kyle Peterson
2010 ESPN Mike Patrick Orel Hershiser and Robin Ventura Erin Andrews and Kyle Peterson

2000s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Field reporter(s)
2009 ESPN Mike Patrick Orel Hershiser and Robin Ventura Erin Andrews and Kyle Peterson
2008 ESPN Mike Patrick Orel Hershiser Erin Andrews
2007 ESPN Mike Patrick Orel Hershiser Erin Andrews
2006 ESPN Mike Patrick Harold Reynolds
2005 ESPN Mike Patrick Harold Reynolds
2004 ESPN Mike Patrick Harold Reynolds Kyle Peterson
2003 ESPN Mike Patrick Harold Reynolds Dave Ryan
2002 CBS Greg Gumbel Rick Cerone
2001 CBS Greg Gumbel Ray Knight
2000 CBS Greg Gumbel Jerry Kindall

1990s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1999 CBS Sean McDonough Joe Carter
1998 CBS Sean McDonough Fred Lynn
1997 CBS Sean McDonough Fred Lynn
1996 CBS Sean McDonough Steve Garvey
1995 CBS Sean McDonough Jeff Torborg
1994 CBS Greg Gumbel[2] Jeff Torborg
1993 CBS Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat
1992 CBS Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat
1991 CBS Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat
1990 CBS Greg Gumbel Jim Kaat

1980s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1989 CBS Brent Musburger[3] Joe Morgan[4]
1988 CBS Brent Musburger[5] Rick Monday

Basic television broadcaster overview

  • 1980[6]-1981[7] - ESPN (selected games of the CWS)
  • 1982[8]-1987[9] - ESPN (entire CWS)
  • 1988-1990 - CBS (championship game); ESPN[10][11][12] (remainder of CWS)
  • 1991-2002 - CBS (championship game plus one game on first Saturday); ESPN (remainder of CWS)
  • 2003–present - ESPN (entire CWS)

Note: ESPN aired some of these games on ESPN2[13]

References

External links

  • The Road to Omaha: College Baseball
  • NCAA Men's College World Series 2010
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