Broadcasters



Marv Albert ("The voice of basketball" is in the Basketball Hall of Fame for his work in the broadcast booth. He was nice enough to sign in 1 month) rec'd 03-04-21

Rod Allen (Outfielder played from 1983-88 for Seattle, Detroit & Cleveland. This baseball analyst signed in 3 weeks during his time with the Detroit Tigers broadcast team) rec'd 08-08-14

Greg Anthony (College basketball analyst for CBS Sports also won the 1990 NCAA Championship during his time with the the Runnin' Rebels. He competed in NBA from 1991-02 and was nice enough to sign in 15 days) rec'd 06-25-13

Jack Arute (An auto racing pit reporter and college football sideline reporter for ESPN, he signed in 3 weeks from his work address) rec`d 07-05-07

Frank Beckmann (Former broadcaster for the Detroit Lions 1979-88 & Detroit Tigers 1995-03, he signed in 26 months using the White Pages) rec'd 08-07-15

Dick Berggren (Now retired, he was the lead pit reporter for NASCAR on Fox also founded Speedway Illustrated Magazine. He signed from home in 7 weeks) rec'd 08-26-10

Chris Berman (ESPN veteran announcer best known for the use of nicknames during sports highlights signed my card in 2 months c\o ESPN) rec`d 5-6-02

Allen Bestwick (A NASCAR pit reporter, at the time of this success he was serving as one of ESPN and ABC's pit reporters for their NASCAR Nextel Cup. He signed in 2 weeks from home) rec`d 07-27-07

Dick Bremer (Minnesota Twins broadcaster signed in 2 weeks via the White Pages) rec'd 01-09-15

Marty Brennaman (Long time voice of the Cincinnati Reds was the winner of the Ford C. Frick Award in 2000. He signed in one week from home) rec`d 06-14-06

Thom Brennaman (Broadcaster for the Cincinnati Reds is part of the radio and TV broadcast teams. He signed in 17 days) rec'd 01-14-14

David Brinkley (Sent a signed 8 x 10 photo, this came while he was still doing his show This Week With David Brinkley. Sorry to report that he has since passed away)

Bill Brown (2014 marks his 27th season as the Houston Astros primary play-by-play voice on television. He signed in 10 days from home) rec'd 01-08-14

Joe Buck (FOX broadcaster is best known for his work with partner Tim McCarver on Saturday's game of the week. He signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 7-28-04

Betty Caywood Bushman (Retired sportscaster was one of the first female Major League Baseball broadcasters providing color commentary on radio broadcasts for the Kansas City Athletics in 1964. She was hired by Athletics' owner Charles Finley and signed in 16 days via the White Pages) rec'd 01-13-15

Chip Caray (Former Cubs announcer & great grandson of Harry Caray, sent a signed 8 x 10 photo during his time with the Chicago Cubs)

Harry Caray (1989 Ford C. Frick Award Winner, signed during his time with the Chicago Cubs)

Paul Carey (He joined Ernie Harwell as a Tigers play-by-play announcer in 1973 and spent 19 seasons calling the games until his retirement after the 1991 season. He signed in 2013 and passed away on April 12, 2016)

Tom Carnegie (Former public address announcer for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He worked behind the microphone for 61 years and was the Voice of the Indianapolis 500. He passed away on 02-12-11)

Ray Christensen (Mr. Christensen will always be remembered as the Voice of the of Minnesota Golden Gophers sports (1951-2001). In addition, he broadcast Minnesota Twins games during the 1970's. He was nice enough to sign in 2014 and passed away on February 5, 2017)

Gary Cohen (Long time New York Mets broadcaster signed in 11 days) rec'd 10-31-13

Jerry Coleman (2005 Ford C. Frick Award Winner, played nine seasons for the New York Yankees from 1949-57 and was a fan-favorite on the radio airwaves for the last 40 plus years. He signed in 2005 and passed on 01-05-14)

Lee Corso (Former football coach for the University of Louisville & Indiana University is better know for his work on ESPN. He signed my card in 3 weeks at ESPN) 8-8-02

Bob Costas (Current NBC broadcaster, is always one of my favorite announcers. He did an excellent job with the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, and if you have ever heard him call a baseball game you would realize just how good he can be. He signed my card in 1 week from home) rec`d 3-13-02

Irv Cross (Defensive back played nine seasons in the NFL from 1961-69 with both the Eagles & Rams. At the time of this signing he served as Director of Athletics with Macalester College and signed my card in 6 weeks) rec`d 4-25-02

Bob Davis (He was on the Kansas City Royals broadcast team for 17 years, stepping away in 2013. During his Royals tenure, he worked as the play-by-play analyst on television with Royals Hall of Fame pitcher Paul Splittorff for eleven years. He signed in 4 months) rec'd 04-04-16

Kent Derdivanis (Broadcast Pittsburgh Pirates games from 1990-92 and signed in 11 days per the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 03-21-14

Dave Despain (Motorsports journalist & broadcaster, he's the best at what he does. Formerly the host of WindTunnel, he also worked for MAVTV and signed in 3 weeks from his work address. He has since retired in 2018) rec'd 05-09-14

Dan Dickerson (In 2014 he will be entering his 14th season bradcasting Detroit Tigers and signed in 8 days) rec'd 01-06-14

Dan Dierdorf (St. Louis Cardinals Pro Bowl tackle played from 1971-83 and was a long time broadcaster. He signed in 25 days)

Chris Economaki (Racing fans have long known National Speed Sport News editor and publisher emeritus Chris Economaki for decades because of his work with the publication, as well as on television as a motorsports commentator for ABC & CBS. While I was growing up and following racing his work at the track was unmatched. He signed my card in 2001 and passed away on September 28, 2012)

Gene Elston (2006 Ford C. Frick Award Winner, his baseball broadcasting career spanned 47 years, primarily as a radio announcer. He was the lead voice of the expansion Houston Astros for 25 years, from their beginnings as the 1962 Colt 45s. He signed in 2013 and passed away on September 5, 2015)

Dick Enberg (One of the foremost play-by-play announcers in sports history, he made any sport that much better. He was a long-time NBC & CBS announcer that also had great careers calling California Angels & San Diego Padres games. This 2015 Ford C. Frick Award winner signed my card in 2002 and passed away on December 21, 2017)

Ralph Faucher (Former Chicago White Sox radio announcer, he signed in 1 week using the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 03-17-14

Lanny Frattare (For 33 years he was a play-by-play announcer for the Pittsburgh Pirates, the longest tenure in the team's history. He was nice enough to sign in 38 days c/o Waynesburg University) rec'd 02-07-14

Gus Ganakas (Former Michigan State Spartans men's basketball coach from 1969–76 and was an analyst for MSU Basketball broadcasts. He signed in 2015 and passed away on January 11, 2019)

Joe Garagiola (1989 Ford C. Frick Award Winner, played from 1946-54 and most of his career came with the St. Louis Cardinals. He later found fame as a great broadcaster. He passed away on March 23, 2016)

Gary Gerould (Sportscaster best known as the radio voice of the NBA's Sacramento Kings since 1985 and as a motorsports reporter for ABC & ESPN. I really enjoyed his work in IndyCar and he remains one of my all-time favorites. He signed in 8 days and sent a nice note via the White Pages) rec'd 12-09-14

Eli Gold (Radio sportscaster best known as the voice of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team. He signed in 21 days from the Crimson Tide Sports Network) rec'd 09-19-07

John Gordon (Radio broadcaster for the Minnesota Twins retired after 25 seasons. He signed in 11 days per the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 02-27-14

George Grande (Former televison play-by-play announcer for Cincinnati Reds, also hosted the very first broadcast of SportsCenter on ESPN in 1979. He signed in 3 weeks from his home address) rec`d 10-21-07

Hank Greenwald (Retired broadcaster worked San Francisco Giants games from 1982-1986 & 1989-1992. He signed in 12 days using the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 03-03-14

Barney Hall (Considered as one of the best NASCAR commentators of all-time, this Hall of Famer has commentated on races for over 50 years. He signed in 2013 and passed away on January 26, 2016)

Milo Hamilton (Received the Ford Frick Award from the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992, this was a purchase. He passed away on September 17, 2015)

Jeff Hammond (At the time of this signing he was a commentator covering NASCAR for the FOX Network. He signed in 10 days c/o Red Horse Racing) rec`d 07-26-07

Ernie Harwell (1981 Ford C. Frick Award winner, was a long time broadcaster for the Detroit Tigers and retired after 55 years. He signed in 2005 and passed away on May 4, 2010)

Fred Hickman (Sports broadcaster who has had stints with CNN, TBS, YES Network & ESPN. He also had worked on New York Yankee broadcasts and signed in 10 days from his work address) rec'd 03-10-14

Norm Hitzges (Broadcast Texas Rangers baseball for five seasons from 1981-95, he signed in 2 months per the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 04-18-14

Johnny Holliday (Former Washington Senators broadcaster has been the voice of the University of Maryland Terrapins football & basketball teams since 1979. He signed in 1 week from his work address and he was exceptionally nice) rec`d 12-15-07


Pat Hughes (The radio play-by-play voice of the Chicago Cubs has been working for WGN radio since 1996. He signed in 1 week using Sports Collectors Net) rec'd 01-02-14

Rick Hummel (Long-time sportswriter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch earned the Spink Award given by the Baseball Writers of America and was inducted into the writer's wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame in 07. He signed in 3 weeks) rec`d 03-10-08

Jim Hunter (2013 marked his 16th year as a member of the Orioles broadcast team, he signed in 1 week from home) rec'd 01-03-14

Mario Impemba (Current TV voice of the Detroit Tigers spent seven seasons (1995-2001) as the radio voice of the Anaheim Angels. He signed in 8 days per the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 03-18-14

Keith Jackson (Widely regarded as the voice of college football by several generations, he sent me a signed 8x10 during his time at ABC. He passed away on January 12, 2018)

Jaime Jarrin (2017 marked his 59th season as a Dodger broadcaster. "The Spanish voice of the Dodgers" was the 1998 recipient of the Ford C. Frick Award from the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was nice enough to sign in 18 days from the team address) rec'd 06-23-17

Bob Jenkins (Television & radio sports announcer best known for his work at ABC & ESPN calling NASCAR and IndyCar telecasts. He signed in 2007 and passed on 08-09-21)

Mike Joy (Lap-by-lap voice of Fox Sports' NASCAR Sprint Cup coverage signed in 5 months) rec'd 11-07-13

Harry Kalas (Former announcer for the Philadelphia Phillies, was the 2002 recipient of the Ford C. Frick Award. An original member of the Astros broadcast team in 1965, he called games for Houston until 1970. He moved to the Phillies broadcast booth in 1971, where he shared the microphone with Hall of Fame outfielder Richie Ashburn for 26 seasons. He passed away 04-13-09)

Michael Kay (Television play-by-play broadcaster of the New York Yankees signed in 19 days) rec'd 11-18-13

Winston Kelley (NASCAR lead pit reporter for MRN Radio team, he signed in 24 days) rec'd 08-08-13

Ken Korach (The 2014 season marks his 23nd year in the American League, his 19th season with the A's, and his 9th as the team's lead radio announcer. He signed in 1 month per Sports Collectors Net) rec'd 02-06-14

Tony Kubek (The 2009 Ford C. Frick Award winner and former Yankees shortstop played from 1957-65 and was a great broadcast partner for Joe Garagiola on NBC. He signed from home)

Glen Kuiper (Broadcaster is the Oakland A's television lead play-by-play voice. He signed in 8 days) rec'd 01-04-14

Bob Kurtz (At the time of this signing he was broadcasting games for the Minnesota Wild, he had previously been a play-by-play announcer for the Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins, Minnesota North Stars, University of Minnesota & Michigan State University. He signed in 19 days from his work address) rec'd 03-29-14

Ray Lane (Long time baseball voice of the Detroit Tigers, he teamed with Ernie Harwell & George Kell. He has been a fixture in Michigan sportscasting for almost four decades having done work for the Tigers, Lions, Pistons, the University of Michigan and Michigan State University football. He signed my card and provided a photo in 8 days) rec'd 11-09-13

Tom Larson (He began his broadcasting career in 1960 and later worked for the New England Sports Network half-hour pre-game show for the Red Sox and Bruins. He signed in 15 days per True People Search) rec'd 03-09-21

Josh Lewin (New York Mets radio broadcaster signed in 12 days via the White Pages) rec'd 12-06-14

Verne Lundquist (Veteran broadcaster works for CBS and is well known for his work in college football & basketball. He signed in 1 month) rec`d 01-17-07

Fred Manfra (2013 marked his 20th season as radio voice of the Orioles, he signed in 1 week from home) rec'd 01-03-14

Denny Matthews (The 2007 Ford C. Frick Award winner, celebrated his 45th season behind the microphone for the Kansas City Royals. He signed in 8 days) rec'd 10-28-13

Tim McCarver (The 2012 Ford C. Frick Award winner and former Cardinals catcher signed from home in 2001)

Tom McCarthy (The play-by-play announcer for the Philadelphia Phillies television broadcasts signed in 10 days) rec'd 01-06-15

Dave McClelland (Legendary broadcaster and announcer still widely known as “The Voice of the NHRA.” This fellow Hoosier signed in 6 days) rec'd 02-14-14

Will McDonough (Noted sports writer & columnist worked for The Boston Globe for more than 40 years & a former member of the CBS's "The NFL Today" program passed away on 1-09-03)

Jim McKay (Long time voice for ABC Sports and the original host of Wide World of Sports. Best known for his coverage of various Olympic Games since 1960, passed away on 06-07-08)

Ron Menchine (Former Washington Senators radio announcer, he signed in 10 days from home) rec`d 02-11-09

Jessica Mendoza (Current sports broadcaster signed in 6 months c/o ESPN) rec'd 06-18-18

Jon Miller (Long time voice of the San Francisco Giants also called games for ESPN from 1990-10. One of my favorite voices signed in 17 days per Sports Collectors Net) rec'd 12-21-20

Robin Miller (Racing journalist with well over 30 years experience serves as an analyst for IndyCar coverage. He also drove in the USAC midget series in the 1970's & 80's. He's my favorite racing spokesperson and signed in 9 days thanks to the White Pages) rec'd 08-02-14

Rick Monday (Outfielder played from 1966-84 and his best seasons were with the A`s, Cubs & Dodgers. He's also been a Dodgers broadcaster for more than 20 years. He signed in 4 months from home) rec`d 1-22-01

Monte Moore (Former radio and television broadcaster spent 18 seasons with the Kansas City Athletics & Oakland Athletics. He signed in 8 days per the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 02-28-14

Eric Nadel (The winner of the 2014 Ford C. Frick Award is the play-by-play voice of the Texas Rangers. In 2013, he completed his 35th season with the Rangers. It's the longest tenure of any announcer in franchise history. He signed in 8 days) rec'd 10-28-13

Jim Nantz (Sportscaster always does great work with the NFL, NCAA men's basketball and the PGA Tour. He signed in 24 days using Sports Collectors Net) rec'd 04-29-21

Dave Niehaus (The former lead play-by-play announcer for the Seattle Mariners won the Ford C. Frick Award in 2008. He signed in 2006 and passed away on November 10, 2010)

Paul Olden (The current public address announcer for the New York Yankees signed in one month from the team address) rec'd 03-22-14

Buster Olney (One of my favorite baseball analyst was nice enough to sign in 10 days) rec'd 11-21-20

Larry Osterman (Former Detroit Tigers broadcaster had a career that spanned 20 seasons from (1967–77, 1984–92). He signed in 1 week) rec'd 02-12-16

Paul Page (The voice of Indycar racing on NBC from 1979-87 & with ABC/ESPN from 1988-04. He will return to do the radio call of this years Indy 500. He signed in 19 days using the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 02-27-14

Mike Patrick (Former ESPN broadcaster signed in 8 days from home) rec'd 12-16-13

Cory Provus (Broadcaster is the radio voice of the Minnesota Twins, he signed in 10 days via the White Pages) rec'd 12-01-14

Dr. Jerry Punch (At the time of this success he was Working as a television commentator for ESPN's coverage of racing events. He signed in 2 weeks from home) rec`d 07-27-07

Jay Randolph (Longtime St. Louis sportscaster also spent many years being the St. Louis Cardinals over-the-air TV voice. He was nice enough to sign in 10 days via the White Pages) rec'd 01-06-15

Michael Reghi (Broadcast Baltimore Orioles baseball for eight seasons from 1997-04, he signed in 3 weeks per the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 04-18-14

Rick Rizzs (In 2013, he completed his 28th season with the Seattle Mariners broadcast team. He signed in 8 days) rec'd 10-28-13

Howie Rose (Since 1995 he's been the radio voice of the New York Mets, he signed in 1 week from home) rec'd 01-03-14

Ken Rosenthal (As spent more than 25 years covering the major leagues and is a broadcaster and regular contributor to Fox Sports' MLB telecasts and an in-studio reporter for the MLB Network. He signed in 23 days from home) rec'd 12-16-20

Bill Schonely ("The Schonz", was a broadcaster for Seattle Pilots games for the one year they played before moving to Milwaukee. In addition he was the long time voice of the Portland Trail Blazers. He signed in 3 weeks using the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 03-15-14

Vin Scully (1984 Ford C. Frick Award Winner, Voice of the Dodgers, signed a baseball in 2 weeks at the Dodgers team address)

Mike Shannon (St. Louis Cardinals outfielder played from 1962-70 and has been the Cardinals radio voice for 50 years. He signed from the team address in 19 days) rec'd 07-26-21

Bob Sheppard (Former New York Yankees Stadium public address announcer was known for his deep & distinguished voice. He has spent over 50 years behind the Yankees microphone, first starting on April 17, 1951. He passed away on July 11, 2010)

Lon Simmons (Winner of the 2004 Ford C. Frick Award, this legendary Bay area broadcaster worked for the San Francisco Giants & Oakland Athletics. He passed away on April 5, 2015)

Terry Smith (Angels lead radio play-by-play announcer signed in 11 days via the White Pages) rec'd 12-05-14

Tom Snyder (Talk show host sent a signed photo during his time on The Late Late Show, he passed away on 07-29-07)

Ken Squier (NASCAR Hall of Fame broadcaster signed in 7 weeks from True People Search) rec'd 02-29-20

John Sterling (Radio play-by-play announcer of the New York Yankees, he signed in 2 weeks) rec'd 11-05-13

Jock Sutherland (Former University of Louisville basketball commentator signed from home in 9 days) rec'd 03-01-08

Joe Tait (Broadcaster worked for the Cleveland Indians from 1973-83 and spent many seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He signed in 11 days per the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 02-27-14

Gary Thorne (Former announcer for Baltimore Orioles was nice enough to sign in 1 month thanks to Sports Collectors Net) rec'd 08-19-21

Denny Trease (Former Kansas City Royals broadcaster of 13 seasons and two World Series signed in 5 days using the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 03-01-14

Jerry Trupiano (Called games for the Houston Astros (1985-86), Montreal Expos (1989-90) & Boston Red Sox from (1993-07). He signed in 7 weeks using the free site, Advanced Background Checks) rec'd 04-02-14

Bob Uecker (2003 Ford C. Frick Award Winner and voice of the Brewers signed in 5 weeks at the Brewers team address) rec`d 8-31-00

Matt Underwood (Current Cleveland Indians broadcaster was nice enough to sign in 2 weeks) rec'd 01-13-14

Dave Van Horne (Winner of the 2011 Ford C. Frick Award, he's currently the play-by-play broadcaster on the Miami Marlins. He was the primary radio and television voice of the Montreal Expos for 32 years and signed in 8 days) rec'd 01-24-14

Suzyn Waldman (She is the New York Yankees color commentator working from the radio booth and was the first woman to hold a full-time position as a Major League broadcaster. She signed in 19 days) rec'd 01-27-14

Pete Van Wieren (From 1976-08, he called the Atlanta Braves television and/or radio broadcasts. After 33 seasons he retired and signed in early 2014. He passed away on 08-02-14)

Dick Vitale....sent a 8 x 10 photo & a signed magazine.
c/o ESPN
935 Middle Street
ESPN Plaza
Bristol,CT 06010-9454

Chris Wheeler ("Wheels", is entering his 37th season as a Phillies broadcaster. The longest-tenured member of the Phillies broadcast team, he has done play-by-play and color analysis on both radio and television. He signed in 8 days) rec'd 01-07-14

Shelby Whitfield (Washington Senators announcer signed in 2009 and passed away on 02-05-13)


Bob Wolff (The 1995 recipient of the Ford C. Frick Award was the radio & TV voice of the Washington Senators from 1947-60, continuing with the team when they relocated and became the Minnesota Twins in 1961. He signed in 28 days thanks to Sport's Collector Net) rec'd 11-29-13

Bill Worrell (His broadcasting career spans more than 37 years having worked for the Houston Astros from 1986-96 & 2000-03. These days he's the voice of the Houston Rockets and signed from the team address in 3 weeks) rec'd 03-06-14