List of broadcast crews for TBS' new baseball playoff coverage Print
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 The announcing teams for TBS' coverage of baseball's four division series:

CHIP CARAY and TONY GWYNN: Caray is the son of longtime Braves broadcaster Skip Caray and grandson of Hall of Famer Harry Caray. Gwynn followed up his long career with the San Diego Padres by working as an analyst for ESPN; he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame over the summer.
DICK STOCKTON and BOB BRENLY: Stockton covers NFL and major league games for FOX, and has worked on TNT's NBA coverage since 1995. Brenly is a former big league catcher who managed Arizona to the 2001 World Series championship; he's also worked as a broadcaster for Fox and with the Chicago Cubs.
TED ROBINSON and STEVE STONE: Robinson is a versatile broadcaster who's worked the last five Olympics, anchors NBC's tennis coverage at the French Open and Wimbledon, and has covered baseball, the NFL, college football and college basketball. Stone was a major league pitcher, but is probably best known for his longtime pairing with Harry Caray in the Chicago Cubs booth.
DON ORSILLO and JOE SIMPSON: Orsillo is the play-by-play announcer for Boston Red Sox games on the New England Sports Network. Simpson is a former major league outfielder who has been a Braves broadcaster since 1992.
 

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