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List of Seattle Mariners broadcasters

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Subject: Seattle Mariners, Dominican Summer League Mariners, Kevin Mather, Edward McMichael, Julio Cruz (baseball)
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List of Seattle Mariners broadcasters

Contents

  • Current broadcast team 1
  • Broadcast team alumni 2
  • Radio broadcasts 3
  • Television broadcasts 4
    • Radio Broadcasters by year 4.1
    • 2000s 4.2
  • See also 5

Current broadcast team

Broadcast team alumni

Radio broadcasts

Since 2009, and from 1985-2002 the Mariners' flagship radio station is ESPN 710 AM (formerly KIRO). Former flagship stations include KOMO 1000 AM (2003–2008) and KVI 570 AM (1977–1984).

Television broadcasts

Radio Broadcasters by year

2000s

Year Flagship stations Play-by-Play Color Commentary / Some Play-by-Play
2013 KIRO Rick Rizzs Aaron Goldsmith
2012 KIRO Rick Rizzs Ken Wilson
Ken Levine
Ron Fairly
Dave Henderson
Dave Valle
Dan Wilson
2011 KIRO Rick Rizzs Ken Wilson
Ken Levine
Ron Fairly
Dave Henderson
Dave Valle
Dan Wilson
2010 KIRO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Sims
2009 KIRO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Sims
2008 KOMO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Sims
2007 KOMO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Sims
2006 KOMO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Henderson
Ron Fairly
Dave Valle
2005 KSTW Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Henderson
Ron Fairly
Dave Valle
2004 KOMO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
2003 KOMO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
2002 KIRO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Henderson
Ron Fairly
Dave Valle
2001 KIRO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Henderson
Ron Fairly
Dave Valle
2000 KIRO Dave Niehaus Rick Rizzs
Dave Henderson
Ron Fairly
Dave Valle

See also


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