The commentators are employees of their television channels or radio station and not employed by the Atlanta Braves. I could not find thier salaried anywhere, probably the tv channels/ radio stations do not release their salaries. Below is a list of Braves commentators and their employers in 2012.
Chip Caray: (play-by-play, 1991-1992, 2005-present) Peachtree TV, FSN South and SportSouth
Joe Simpson: (analyst, 1992-present) Peachtree TV, FSN South, and SportSouth
Tom Glavine: (guest analyst, 2010-present) FSN South and Peachtree TV
Brian Jordan: (guest analyst, 2011-present) Peachtree TV broadcasts
Ron Gant: (analyst, 2011-present) Peachtree TV broadcasts
Don Sutton: (play-by-play, and analyst 1989-2006, 2009-present) Braves Radio Network
Jim Powell: (Play by Play 2009-present) Braves Radio Network
Mark Lemke: (analyst, 2007-present) Braves Radio Network
Pete Manzano: (play-by-play, 1992-present) Atlanta Braves International Radio Network and TBS SAP
Fernando Palacios: (analyst, 2003-present) TBS SAP
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i reserched it and about as mu]ch as 200,000.
how much do medical coders make in atlanta ga
1 to 2 million
how much an hour does a CNA make in Atlanta, GA
$54,000 a year i am one
More than I'll ever make!
they make $14:00 an hour
Si, I mean yes. Mucho dinero
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