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Rays 2014 broadcasters

Television

DEWAYNE STAATS, PLAY-BY-PLAY

Staats returns for his 17th season with the Rays and 37th in MLB.

BRIAN ANDERSON, ANALYST

The former big-league pitcher is back for his fourth full season

TODD KALAS

Returns as the sideline reporter for all games and hosts pre- and postgame shows from the Trop. Newcomer Rich Hollenberg hosts pre- and postgame on the road.

OTHERS

Orestes Destrade and Kelly Nash round out the Sun Sports lineup.

Radio

ANDY FREED AND DAVE WILLS

Return for their 10th season calling Rays games. Neil Solondz returns for his third season as pre- and postgame host.

RICARDO TAVERAS AND ENRIQUE OLIU

The Spanish radio team returns.

Rays 2014 broadcasters 03/28/14 [Last modified: Friday, March 28, 2014 5:11pm]
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