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'Red' Barber nicknamed 'The Ol' Redhead', was a radio broadcaster of Major League Baseball, calling play-by-play with the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1939 to 1953.

Babe Ruth, Red Barber & Pee Wee Reese - CBS Radio 1940’s

Harry Caray was one of the most famous professional baseball announcers in the history of the sport. For more than twenty-five years, he called St. Louis Cardinals baseball games on radio and television. Later in his career, thanks to new television technology, he became recognized all over the country as the announcer for the Chicago Cubs. His colorful personality made Caray a star broadcaster.

Joe Garagiola, NBC Radio Network

WFDD: The Voice of Wake Forest. Jack Thomas begin getting involved with studies in electronics and broadcasting baseball games at home and on the road. They sent the game coverage from different off campus locations.

Dizzy Dean (1941-1946) Following his playing career Dean became a well-known radio and television sportscaster, calling baseball for the Cardinals (1941–46)

Retro and Nostalgia | Golden Age Radio Era Sports | Baseball

Mel Allen, Yankees' Announcer, joined The Lambs in 1948

DID YOU KNOW that during the 1965 Detroit Tigers season, Ernie Harwell invited the team's original radio announcer, Ty Tyson, into the broadcast booth as a guest commentator at Tiger Stadium? Tyson, who announced the Tigers' first radio broadcast in 1927 on WWJ, is pictured here manning the microphone at Navin Field.

Hank Williams was a huge baseball fan. While travelling with the Drifting Cowboys, Hank would constantly dial around on the car radio just to pick up any game he could.

France Laux was the first full-time radio voice of baseball in St. Louis.(1929-1943, 1945)

Jack Buck and Harry Caray sportscasters for the St' Louis Cardinals over KMOX radio for many years.

Vintage Ad......Listen to all Detroit Tiger games WJR Radio!!!

Baseball Forever!: 50 Years of Classic Radio Play-by-Play Highlights from the John Miley Collection by John Miley. $13.46. Publication: March 12, 2013. Publisher: AudioGO (March 12, 2013). Author: Jason Turbow. Save 33%!

Dodgers Blue Heaven: Listen to Jackie Robinson's Radio Shots - A Vintage Radio Broadcast

Baseball1966 Chicago Cubs Official Press TV Radio Roster Book Coca Cola Ad Wrigley Field via Etsy

Babe and Lou Meet France In St. Louis (83 Years Ago Today - Sportsman's Park - June 7, 1930) ~ (L-R) Lou Gehrig, Radio Broadcaster France Laux and Babe Ruth

Love Bob Uecker, Milwaukee Brewers Radio Announcer