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Tampa Bay Rays' 2012 broadcasters


> DEWAYNE STAATS, PLAY-BY-PLAY: The only television play-by-play announcer the Rays have ever had, Staats returns for his 15th season with the Rays and his 35th in the big leagues.

> BRIAN ANDERSON, ANALYST: The former MLB pitcher will work the entire schedule on Sun Sports for the second year in a row after working parts of three seasons.

> TODD KALAS: Returns to host Rays Live pre- and postgame show from home games, as well as providing in-game reporting. Barry LeBrock will host Rays road pregame shows.

> OTHERS: Former major-leaguer Orestes Destrade and Laura McKeeman round out the television talent lineup on Sun Sports.


> ANDY FREED AND DAVE WILLS: Freed and Wills return for their eighth season calling the Rays on the radio. Newcomer Neil Solondz will handle pre- and postgame.

> RICARDO TAVERAS AND ENRIQUE OLIU, SPANISH RADIO: This will be Taveras' 10th season calling play-by-play, while Oliu is back for his 15th season.


Tampa Bay Rays' 2012 broadcasters 04/05/12 [Last modified: Thursday, April 5, 2012 4:47pm]
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