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List of Major League Baseball on ABC announcers

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List of Major League Baseball on ABC announcers

Contents

  • 1950s 1
    • 1953-1954 Saturday afternoon Game of the Week period 1.1
    • 1959 National League tie-breaker series 1.2
  • 1960s 2
    • 1960 Saturday afternoon Game of the Week period 2.1
    • 1965 Saturday afternoon Game of the Week period 2.2
  • 1976-1989 Monday/Thursday Night Baseball period 3
    • 1989 (Thursday Night Baseball) 3.1
  • Other ABC Major League Baseball announcers 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

1950s

1953-1954 Saturday afternoon Game of the Week period

1959 National League tie-breaker series

1960s

1960 Saturday afternoon Game of the Week period

1965 Saturday afternoon Game of the Week period

1976-1989 Monday/Thursday Night Baseball period

1989 (Thursday Night Baseball)

Other ABC Major League Baseball announcers

Note: During the spare time of his active career, Reggie Jackson worked as a field reporter and color commentator for ABC Sports. During the 1980s (1983, 1985, and 1987 respectively), Jackson was given the task of presiding over the World Series Trophy presentations.

See also

External links

  • Searchable Network TV Broadcasts
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