Who's Who

of the U.S. Big 5 Professional Sports

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National Football League

Arizona Cardinals – Jim Barnett
Atlanta Falcons – Ryan Cameron
Baltimore Ravens – Greg Davis
Buffalo Bills – Clay Moden
Caronlina Panthers – Nick Pierce
Chicago Bears – Tim Sinclair
Cincinnati Bengals – Tom Kinder Jr.
Cleveland Browns – Jeff Shreve
Dallas Cowboys – Jeff Kovarsky
Denver Broncos – Conor McGahey
Detroit Lions –
Green Bay Packers – Bill Jartz
Houston Texans – David Brady
Indianapolis Colts – Mike Jansen
Jacksonville Jaguars – TC McGuire
Kansas City Chiefs – Dale Carter
Las Vegas Raiders – Tim Hughes
Los Angeles Chargers – Louie G
Los Angeles Rams – Sam Lagana
Miami Dolphins – Kenny Walker
Minnestoa Vikings – Alan Roach
New England Patriots – John Rooke
New Orleans Saints – Mark Romig
New York Giants – Ira Thor
New York Jets – Joe Nolan
Philadelphia Eagles – Bill Larson
Pittsburgh Steelers – Larry Richert
San Francisco 49ers – Paul Tonelli
Seattle Seahawks – Randy Rowland
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – John Magrino
Tennessee Titans – Matt Rogers
Washington Football Team – Mark Kessler

Major League Baseball

Arizona Diamondbacks – Chuck Drago
Atlanta Braves – Casey Motter
Baltimore Orioles – Adrienne Roberson
Boston Red Sox – Dick Flavin, Bob Lobel, Henry Mahegan
Chicago White Sox – Gene Honda
Chicago Cubs – Jeremiah Paprocki
Cincinnati Reds – Joe Zerhusen
Cleveland Indians – Ryan Pritt
Colorado Rockies – Reed Saunders
Detroit Tigers – Chris Butzlaff
Houston Astros – Bob Ford
Kansas City Royals – Mike McCartney
Los Angeles Angels – Michael Araujo
Los Angeles Dodgers – Todd Leitz
Miami Marlins – Josh Appel
Milwaukee Brewers – Mark Richards, Robb Edwards
Minnesota Twins – Adam Abrams
New York Yankees – Paul Olden
New York Mets – Marysol Castro, Colin Cosell
Oakland Athletics – Amelia Schimmel
Philadelphia Phillies – Dan Baker
Pittsburgh Pirates – Tim DeBacco
San Diego Padres – Alex Miniak
San Francisco Giants – Renel Brooks-Moon
Seattle Mariners – Tom Hutyler
St. Louis Cardinals – John Ulett
Tampa Bay Rays – Greg Kalil
Texas Rangers – Chuck Morgan
Toronto Blue Jays – Tim Langton
Washington Nationals – Jerome Hruska

National Basketball Association

Atlanta Hawks – Darian Morgan
Boston Celtics – Eddie Palladino
Brooklyn Nets – Olivier Sedra
Charlotte Hornets – Patrick Doughty
Chicago Bulls – Tim Sinclair
Cleveland Cavaliers – Sean Peebles
Dallas Mavericks – Sean Heath
Denver Nuggets – Kyle Speller
Detroit Pistons – John Mason
Golden State Warriors – Matt Pitman

Houston Rockets – Jonathan Sanford
Indiana Pacers – TBD
Los Angeles Clippers – Eric Smith
Los Angeles Lakers – Lawrence Tanter
Memphis Grizzlies – Marcus Tucker
Miami Heat – Michael Baiamonte
Milwaukee Bucks – Eric Jensen
Minnesota Timberwolves – Shawn Parker
New Orleans Pelicans – Wild Wayne
New York Knicks – Mike Walczewski

Oklahoma City Thunder – Mario Nanni
Orlando Magic – Paul Porter
Philadelphia 76ers – Matt Cord
Phoenix Suns – Vince Marotta
Portland Trail Blazers – Mark Mason
Sacramento Kings – Scott Moak
San Antonio Spurs – Roland Ruiz
Toronto Raptors – Herbie Kuhn
Utah Jazz – Dan Roberts
Washington Wizards – Mark Fratto

National Hockey League

Anaheim Ducks – Phil Hulett
Arizona Coyotes – Paul Surra
Boston Bruins – Steve Forni
Buffalo Sabres – Jay Moran
Calgary Flames – Allen Beesley
Carolina Hurricanes – Wade Minter
Chicago Blackhawks – Gene Honda
Colorado Avalanche – Alan Roach
Columbus Blue Jackets – Greg Murray
Dallas Stars – Jeff Kovarsky

Detroit Red Wings – Erich Freiny
Edmonton Oilers – Al Stafford
Florida Panthers – Andrew Imber
Los Angeles Kings – Trevor Rabone
Minnesota Wild – Adam Abrams
Montreal Canadiens – Michel Lacroix
Nashville Predators – Paul McCann
New Jersey Devils – Joseph Tolentino
New York Islanders – Alex Anthony
New York Rangers – Joe Tolleson

Ottawa Senators – Jon Trottier
Philadelphia Flyers – Lou Nolan
Pittsburgh Penguins – Ryan Mill
San Jose Sharks – Danny MIller
St. Louis Blues – Tom Calhoun
Tampa Bay Lightning – Paul Porter
Toronto Maple Leafs – Mike Ross
Vancouver Canucks – Al Murdoch
Vegas Golden Knights – Bruce Cusick
Washington Capitals – Wes Johnson
Winnipeg Jets – Jay Richardson

Major League Soccer

Atlanta United FC – Steve Craig
Austin FC – Chris Saldaña
Charlotte FC – TBD
Chicago Fire FC – Tim Sinclair (English), Enrique “El Tico” Fernandez (Spanish)
FC Cincinnati – Nick Wiget
Colorado Rapids – Alan Roach
Columbus Crew SC – Josh Poland
D.C. United – Chris Geissler
FC Dallas – Chris Buccambuso
Houston Dynamo FC – Jeremiah Gallegos

Sporting Kansas City – John Dale
LA Galaxy – Michael Araujo
Los Angeles FC – Eric Smith
Inter Miami CF – Mike Marinelli
Minnesota United FC – Tony DeLorenzo
CF Montreal – TBD
Nashville SC – Chris Chapman
New England Revolution – Mike Riley
New York City FC – Mark Fratto
New York Red Bulls – TBD

Orlando City SC – Paco Lopez
Philadelphia Union – Kevin Casey
Portland Timbers – Kevin Flink
Real Salt Lake – Dustin Berlin
Sacramento Republic FC – (MLS 2023) Jaime Coffee
San Jose Earthquakes – Ted Ramey
Seattle Sounders – James Wollard
St. Louis City SC – (MLS 2023) TBD
Toronto FC – Lance Reiser
Vancouver Whitecaps FC – Don Andrews

Professional Sports Notables

This is a new section for well-known Public Address Announcers in Professional Sports outside of the U.S. Big 5. If you don’t see your name but feel you should be a “Who’s Who” then send us a note and will start building this list organically! We added 2 big ones to start us off!

Boxing/Wrestling – Michael Buffer
Liverpool FC (Soccer) – George Sephton