The Mets PA announcer is Alex Anthony. He also works Jets games at Giants Stadium, and some Islanders games at the Nassau Coliseum. He also does voice-over work for SNY, and several radio and television commercials and promos. Here's a sample of his work: http://alexanthony.voices.com/
The Chicago Cubs have 2 PA Announcers. One is brand new, his name is Andrew Belleson, Belleson replaced Paul Friedman and announces weekday/night games and Mike Terson who announces weekend day/night games. Both do a marvelous job of booming their golden voices throught Wrigley Field's electronic speakers.
Bobb Vergiels, he also does several other sports teams (hockey, college)
Carl Beane is the Red Sox PA Announcer
$5,000 per year
THE CHICAGO BULLS PA ANNOUNCER IS TOMMY EDWARDS.
It was around 1933 or shortly thereafter that Reagan became an announcer for the Chicago Cubs.
Ronald Reagan is the former American president who once held a job as an announcer for Chicago Cubs. Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States.
Ronald Reagan announce an inning once
Ronald Reagan ( Chicago Cubs )
President Ronald Reagan was a radio sport announcer and actor before becoming president. He was an announcer for Chicago Cubs baseball games in Des Moines in the 1930s.
Bob Finnegan, Wayne Messmer, Gene Honda...
Ronald Reagan used to be an announcer for the Cubs in Des Moines. One of his jobs was to commentate on games that he wasn't actually at. He would receive a summary of the score by telephone then produce a commentary based on that.
He got his start in the early 1930s as a radio announcer of the play by play of Chicago Cubs games.
the pa announcer for the charlotte bobcats is ............. Khalid ibrahim in 9-b