Who is calling Red Sox game on NESN?

DAVE O’BRIEN enters his 32nd year of Major League Baseball broadcasting and his seventh in NESN’s play-by-play role after nine years with Red Sox radio network. O’Brien recently re-joined ESPN and is the the ACC Network lead play-by-play announcer for its college football and college basketball coverage.

Who are the Red Sox NESN announcers?

Tom Caron is in his 19th year as host of NESN’s pre- and post-game show. He will be joined by an All-Star lineup of studio analysts that includes Baseball Hall of Famer Jim Rice, Red Sox Hall of Famer Tim Wakefield, and former Red Sox player and World Series champions Ellis Burks, Lenny DiNardo, and Will Middlebrooks.

Who is broadcasting tonight’s Red Sox game?


Tonight’s Red Sox game will be broadcast on NESN at 7:05pm. You can also follow the game on WEEI 850, WWZN 1510 and www.redsox.com.

Who is announcing the Red Sox game on Nessun?

Beasley Media Group announced Tuesday that 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Tony Massarotti will add TV color commentating duties for NESN for select games during the upcoming Boston Red Sox season.

Who is the new Red Sox announcer?

Youkilis announced via social media on his 43rd birthday in March that he’ll be in the broadcast booth for 50 Boston Red Sox games on NESN during the 2022 Major League Baseball season. Youkilis worked last season as a studio analyst for NESN.

Who are the Fox baseball announcers today?

The acclaimed duo of play-by-play announcer Adam Amin and World Series champion AJ Pierzynski reunite with four-time Emmy Award-winning reporter Tom Verducci at Dodger Stadium.

How can I watch tonight’s Sox game?

You can watch Chicago White Sox games on NBC Sports Chicago, along with Fox, FS1, and ESPN with the Pro plan for $69.99 per month on fuboTV.

Is Dave O’Brien Still announcing for the Red Sox?

Play-by-Play Commentator, ACCN

He became the voice of the Red Sox on the Boston Red Sox Radio Network in 2007 and has been with NESN since 2016 as the primary play-by-play announcer for Red Sox telecasts.

Are the Red Sox announcers traveling with the team?

For the first time since 2019, their NESN broadcast team will be on the road with them, at least for a majority of the games.

Who are the announcers for MLB The Show 2022?

Updates. MLB on ESPN Radio announcers Jon “Boog” Sciambi and Chris Singleton are the new play-by-play commentators, with Alex Miniak remaining the public address announcer.

Are baseball announcers traveling with the team 2022?

Angels radio broadcasters won’t travel in 2022; plans for Matt Vasgersian in flux as he embraces remote TV broadcasts. Broadcasting baseball games during the pandemic required some creativity. Home broadcasts were done in front of empty ballparks in 2020, with broadcasters only getting Zoom access to team staff.