List of World Series broadcasters

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The following is a list of national American television and radio networks and announcers that have broadcast World Series games over the years.wikipedia
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Fox Major League Baseball

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On October 2, 2012, the new deal between Major League Baseball and Fox was officially confirmed; it included the television rights to 12 Saturday afternoon games on Fox (reduced from 26), 40 games on Fox Sports 1 (with Fox Sports 2 airing certain ones as an overflow feed in case of overlapping telecasts), rights to the All-Star Game, two League Division Series (two games were sold to MLB Network, the rest would air on Fox Sports 1), one League Championship Series (in which Fox Sports and Turner Sports would each respectively alternate coverage of American League and National League postseason games each year on an odd-even basis, with Games 1 and, if necessary, 6 in 2014 airing on Fox), and the World Series (which would remain on Fox).

Major League Baseball on NBC

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Prior to 1966 and going back to the dawn of the television era, Series radio broadcasts typically featured announcers from around the major leagues (generally pairing one announcer from an AL team and another from an NL team), with the regular announcers for both the home and visiting Series participants splitting play-by-play on NBC television.
1947 also saw the first televised World Series.

Marv Albert

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He also worked as a co-host and reporter for two World Series (1986 and 1988)

1952 World Series

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The NBC telecasts of Games 6 and 7 are believed to be the oldest surviving television broadcasts of the World Series, as they were preserved via kinescope by sponsor Gillette.

World Series

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The following is a list of national American television and radio networks and announcers that have broadcast World Series games over the years.

Brent Musburger

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While at CBS, Musburger also covered the Super Bowl, NBA Finals, the World Series, U.S. Open tennis, and The Masters.

2009 Philadelphia Phillies season

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The World Series broadcasters were Joe Buck and Tim McCarver on the Fox telecasts, and Joe Morgan and Jon Miller on ESPN Radio for the national broadcast.

Television network

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The following is a list of national American television and radio networks and announcers that have broadcast World Series games over the years.

Radio network

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The following is a list of national American television and radio networks and announcers that have broadcast World Series games over the years.

1947 World Series

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Television coverage of the World Series began in 1947.

2019 World Series

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They are (through 2019) Tim McCarver (24 times), Joe Buck (22), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11, 13 more seasons on radio), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola Sr. (9), and Al Michaels (8).

Tim McCarver

They are (through 2019) Tim McCarver (24 times), Joe Buck (22), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11, 13 more seasons on radio), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola Sr. (9), and Al Michaels (8).

Joe Buck

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They are (through 2019) Tim McCarver (24 times), Joe Buck (22), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11, 13 more seasons on radio), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola Sr. (9), and Al Michaels (8).

Mel Allen

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They are (through 2019) Tim McCarver (24 times), Joe Buck (22), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11, 13 more seasons on radio), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola Sr. (9), and Al Michaels (8).

Vin Scully

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They are (through 2019) Tim McCarver (24 times), Joe Buck (22), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11, 13 more seasons on radio), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola Sr. (9), and Al Michaels (8).

Curt Gowdy

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They are (through 2019) Tim McCarver (24 times), Joe Buck (22), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11, 13 more seasons on radio), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola Sr. (9), and Al Michaels (8).

Al Michaels

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They are (through 2019) Tim McCarver (24 times), Joe Buck (22), Mel Allen (11), Vin Scully (11, 13 more seasons on radio), Curt Gowdy (11), Joe Garagiola Sr. (9), and Al Michaels (8).

Major League Baseball on television

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*Per the current broadcast agreement, the World Series will be televised by Fox through 2028.