Baseball announcers get paid varying amounts depending on the broadcasting company they work for. The best paid announcers earn more than 100,000 dollars each year.
The best place to sit is in the front row. Do not sit behind the announcers because you cant see.
The announcer's booth.
The announcers for the Saints games are Jim Henderson and Hokie Gajan.
MASN usually broadcasts the games... they are Bob Carpenter and F.P. Santangelo. F.P. is a former mlb baseball player.
Baseball announcers are people who report what is happening during the baseball game to others.
Depends how big the seats. are you can sit straight. you can sit with your legs on the front seat if they allow you.. and if you want. you can sit on someone
The television broadcasters (aka announcers) for the Houston Astros' games are Bill Brown and Jim Deshaies.
A broadcasting booth is where the announcers sit while announcing the game over radio or TV.
The current local televised baseball games broadcasters that the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have are Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler and Rory Markas.
You are unable to send the announcers anything, the only communication you could have with those people is twitter/facebook, but they do not use it actively throughout games.
Jerry Schimmel currently (2008-2009 season) does the home games and Jason Kosmicki does the away games.
Craig Way (play-by-play) and Keith Moreland (color commentary)
The announcers are Pat Foley and Eddie Olczyk.
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You sit in a seat or on a bleacher.
Chris Wheeler has written: 'View from the booth' -- subject(s): Philadelphia Phillies (Baseball team), Baseball announcers, Biography, History
The Yankees use several different television announcers during the season. Michael Kay, Ken Singleton, Bob Lorenz, David Cone, Paul O'Neill, John Flaherty, Al Leiter and Lou Piniella.
The announcers are Ralph Lawler and Michael Smith