STAA members on the move in baseball broadcasting

Congratulations to the many STAA members who will be broadcasting baseball in new places this summer.

Destinations range from Alaska to Fenway Park!!

MLB & Affiliated Baseball:

Tyler Murray
The Worcester Red Sox broadcaster will join the Boston Red Sox radio team for 21 games this season.

Tony Parks
Salt Lake City Bees. In addition to his play-by-play background, Parks is a former Salt Lake City sports talk host and radio sideline reporter for the Utah Jazz.

Alex Jensen
Alex moves up to Springfield from the Stockton Ports. He also called 40 games for the Oakland A’s last season.

Tim Fitzgerald
Tim replaces Alex Jensen in Stockton. Tim has spent the last two and-a-half years as Director of Communications & Broadcaster for Saint Mary’s College Athletics.

Luke Moehle
The U. of Missouri alumnus and former Cape Cod League broadcaster joins the Frisco RoughRiders as their No. 2.

Brian Yancelson
San Antonio Missions No. 2. He spent this past Winter broadcasting for the California Winter League in Palm Springs.

Jordy Fee-Platt
Hudson Valley Renegades No. 2. Jordy earned his Masters in December from Arizona State after getting his undergrad at Kenyon College. He called games last season for the Duluth Huskies of the Northwoods League.

MLB Draft League:

Gus Baylow
Frederick Keys No. 1

American Association

Andrew Mild
Gary SouthShore RailCats No. 1

Cal Friedman
Kansas City Monarchs No. 2

Alaska Baseball League

Dylan Simmons
Mat-Su Miners No. 1.

Appalachian League

Samuel Goldberg
Danville Otterbots No. 1.

Max Gershon
Greenville Fly Boys No.1.

More Summer Collegiate

Adam Oppenheim, Stephen Buxton, Cole Paveglio & EJ Sanchez
The quartet will be the voices of the Palm Spring Power and the Power Summer Collegiate League.

(Updated April 4, 2024)

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