Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 142. Not illustrated. Chapters: List of World Series Broadcasters, List of Major League Baseball All-Star Game Broadcasters, Major League Baseball on Fox, List of National League Championship Series Broadcasters, Major League Baseball Game of the Week, List of American League Championship Series Broadcasters, List of American League Division Series Broadcasters, Ratings for Major League Baseball on Fox Broadcasts, List of National League Division Series Broadcasters, World Series Television Ratings, This Week in Baseball, List of Major League Baseball on Fox Broadcasters, Scooter, Fsn Baseball Report. Excerpt: The following is a list of national American radio and television networks and announcers that have broadcast World Series games over the years. It does not include any announcers who may have appeared on local radio broadcasts produced by the participating teams. Television coverage of the World Series began in 1947. Since that time, seven different men have broadcast eight or more different World Series as a play-by-play or color commentator. They are (through 2009) Tim McCarver (20 times), Joe Buck (12), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola (9), and Al Michaels (8). Expected announcer, subject to change. All telecasts of World Series games starting with 1975 (Reds-Red Sox) are accounted for and exist. This is a full record of World Series telecasts prior to 1975 that are known to exist in whole or part: Expected announcer, subject to change.
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