List of Philadelphia Phillies broadcasters

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Harry Kalas, Philadelphia sports broadcasting legend, 1971–2009
Mike Schmidt, Hall of Fame third baseman for the Phillies and broadcaster in 1990

The following is a list of Philadelphia Phillies broadcasters.

Current Broadcasters

Television

Tom McCarthy, Play-by-Play Announcer

Ben Davis, Color Analyst

Matt Stairs, Color Analyst

Mike Schmidt, Color Analyst

Gregg Murphy, Sideline Reporter

Radio

Scott Franzke, Play-by-Play Announcer

Larry Andersen, Color Analyst

Jim Jackson, Play-by-Play Announcer [1]

Broadcasting History

Name First year Last year Ref
Larry Andersen 1998 present
Doug Arthur 1944 1945 [2]
Richie Ashburn 1963 1997
Jim Barniak 1990 1991
Bill Brundige 1950 1951 [3]
Bill Campbell 1963 1970
Herb Carneal 1954 [4]
Ben Davis 2015 present
Bill Dyer 1936 1940 [5]
Scott Franzke 2006 present
Scott Graham 1999 2006
Taylor Grant 1942 [6]
Roger Griswold 1937 [7]
Claude Haring 1944 1946 [2]
1952
1955 1962
Jim Jackson 2010 present
Jay Johnstone 1992 1993
Harry Kalas 1971 2009
Todd Kalas 1994 1996
Gene Kelly 1950 1959 [3]
John Kruk 2003
Garry Maddox 1987 1989
1991 1993
Gary Matthews 2007 2013
Tom McCarthy 2004 2005
2008 present
Tim McCarver 1980 1982
Stoney McLinn 1939 1940 [5]
Harry McTigue 1940 [8]
Jamie Moyer 2014 2014
Andy Musser 1976 2001
Roy Neal 1943 1946 [9]
Walt Newton 1938 1939
Robin Roberts 1976
By Saam 1939 1949 [5]
1955 1975
Mike Schmidt 1990
2014 present
Frank Sims 1960 1962
Matt Stairs 2014 present
Dolly Stark 1936 [10]
Kent Tekulve 1992 1997
Chuck Thompson 1947 1948 [11]
George Walsh 1949 [12]
1953 1954
Chris Wheeler 1977 2013

See also

References

  1. http://philadelphia.phillies.mlb.com/team/broadcasters.jsp?c_id=phi
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