Baseball Announcers

Friday, August 04, 2006

Baseball purists recoil at televised coverage, claiming glib announcers, exploding graphics, and jarring sound effects treat the on-field action as a mere afterthought. Baseball purists, of course, are a bitter lot. Still, for many committed fans, the fame is best maintained unchanged, and, as Rex Doane reports, old-time radio announcers couldn’t agree more.

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Arthur F. Nieto from Phoenix, Arizona

Need the correct information for Joe Gragolia, use to play for the St louiis cardinals and chicago, Clubs.

I belive now annunces basebasll games for the Arizona
Dimomd Backs?

Feb. 26 2008 01:04 PM

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