The television broadcasters (aka announcers) for the Houston Astros' games are Bill Brown and Jim Deshaies.
GOL TV was created in 2003.
Ray Hudson and Phil.
The announcers are Ralph Lawler and Michael Smith
The television announcers are Danny Gare (former NHL player) and Jeff Rimer.
The announcers are Ken "Hawk" Harrelson and Darrin Jackson
Randy Hahn and Drew Remenda are the local television announcers for the San Jose Sharks.
MASN usually broadcasts the games... they are Bob Carpenter and F.P. Santangelo. F.P. is a former mlb baseball player.
Rock n' Gol - 2010 TV was released on: USA: 3 June 2010
Matt Underwood and Rick Manning are the Indians announcers on STO (Sport Time Ohio).
Bob Miller and Jim Fox are currently the announcers on Foxsports Prime Ticket.
They lead normal lives!
Play-by-play announcer John Forslund and color analyst Tripp Tracy call Hurricanes games on FSN South.
There are no set announcers. It all depends on what crew is sent out by CBS. The WQAM radio announcers have been Jimmy Cefalo (play by play), Jim Mandich (color commentary), and Joe Rose (color).
The current local televised baseball games broadcasters that the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have are Steve Physioc, Rex Hudler and Rory Markas.
Buck and Aikman
Ron Philips and Morley Scott
The play-by-play announcer for the Panthers is Steve Goldstein, who works television games with color analyst and former NHL defenseman Denis Potvin. Craig Minervini hosts the pre-game shows before all Panthers' televised games.
Most of the time it's Mike Breen and Walt "Clyde" Frazier.....When Breen does ESPN games, it's Kenny Albert and Kelly Tripucka.
All NFL games are nationally broadcasted, so they don't have hometown TV announcers like some other sports do. Since the Bengals are an AFC team, most of their games are carried on CBS. If they're playing at home against an NFC team, the game would be carried by Fox. Sunday night games are on NBC, and Monday night games are on ESPN.