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Prominent Sports PBP

Sports PBP and Color Analysts

TermDefinition
Red Barber Brooklyn Dodgers
Mel Allen N.Y Yankees, NBC, MLB productions
Vin Scully Brooklyn/LA Dodgers, NBC, CBS Radio, Football, Golf
Russ Hodges N.Y/S.F Giants Baseball
Lon Simmons N.Y/S.F Giants, S.F 49ers Oakland As and Stanford Football
Linsday Nelson Colelge football, NY Mets, S.F Giants, and CBS Network
Ernie Harwell Detroit Tigers
Chick Hearn Lakers and College Basketball in Illinois
Johnny Most Boston Celtics
Marty Glickman Football player, NY Giants football and NY Knicks and trained broadcaster in the NYork area
Bob Miller LA Kings and College Hockey in Wisconsin
Jack Buck St. Louis Cards Baseball and Football CBBS
Joe Buck Cardinals Baseball and FOX TV
Ross Porter LA Dodgers KNBC TV . HIgh school football and basketball
Dick Stockton Boston and Oakland Baseball and CBS Sports Football
Curt Gowdy CBS and NBC Baseball and football
Jim Simpson NBC SPORTS
Marty Brennaman Cincinnati Reds
Thom Brennaman Arizona Diamondbacks, Cincinatti Reds, FOX TV baseball and football
Harry Caray St. Louis Cards, Chicago White sox and cubs
John Miller ESPN and SF Giants
Al Michaels ABC and NBC "Miracle on Ice" 1980 Olympics
Frank Gifford Former NY Giants great and ABC M.N.Footbal
Howard Cosell Lawyer turned sports broadcaster. ABC M.NFootball
Marv Albert N.Y Rangers Hockey and N.Y Knick Basketball NBC football
Don Meredith Dallas football great and ABC M.N football
Alex Karras Detroit Lions Great ABC M.N football
keith jackson ABC Sports
Brett Musberger Basketball and Footbal Network PBP CBS and ABC
Bob Costas NBC Sports Host
Dick Enberg NBC and CBS football
Ian Eagle National Network baseball and hockey
Pat Summer N.Y Giants football player and CBS Sports and FOX TV
Tom Brookshier Phila. Eagles football player and CBS sports
Hank Stram Former Super Bowl winning c oach with the K.C chiegs and N.O saints and CBS Netwrok analyst
John Madden Oakland Radiers Coach, CBS, adn FOXTV Network
Jim Nantz CBS football host and PBP
Bryant Gumbel NBC Sports Host, PBP, NBC today
Greg Gumbel CBS Sports and Football PBP
Ronald Reagan Chicago Cubs, Actor, President of USA
Don Drysdale Dodger Broadcaster ABC network
Kenny Albert NBC, FOX football, Baseball .N.Y basketball
Mike Patrick ESPN HBO BOXING
Jim Lamplay NEWS and Sportscaster
Schenkel Wide world sports, ABC sports bowling
Criqui NBC and CBS sports
Phil Rizzoto N.Yankees Broadcaster
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