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Larry Brown Sports:
Video: McCarver signs off after calling final World Series We’re not big fans of Tim McCarver as a broadcaster. In fact, we were turned off by most of his analysis. But we do respect the career he had as both a player and broadcaster and recognize that he has been a big part of baseball […]
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With the Red Sox winning the World Series last night in Game 6, that meant it was the last time we'll see Tim McCarver in the booth calling the World Series. After a record 24th World Series, here's how McCarver and Fox said goodbye after the game. Whatever you think of him now, it is a very nice farewell. McCarver's longevity and ability to predict things before...
You may not have liked anything he had to say, but you’ll always remember his voice. Baseball broadcaster Tim McCarver called his last game this evening, as the Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals to win the 2013 World Series. McCarver plans to retire from broadcasting after a 33-year career. Before becoming a broadcaster, McCarver had a 21-year career in the majors as...
Tim McCarver's seat in the Fox MLB broadcast booth hasn't even cooled yet, and while his replacement hasn't been announced officially, a front runner has emerged: Harold Reynolds of MLB Network.
In September, a report from Richard Deitsch of SI stated that Reynolds was one of a handful of analysts in contention for the position alongside Joe Buck as Fox's A-team...
Eric D. Schabell
The sun has set on Fox presenter Tim McCarver.
Finally, some might say as we watched the entertaining bashing of the World Series announcers on social media. Here are a few excerpts.
McCarver is already talking about how the Cardinals can come back... Smh
— Boston Strong (@BostonStrong185) October 31, 2013
Once the World Series ends, so will Tim McCarver's career at the
network. And for those of us who work with him closely, the moment
is difficult to accept.
From Fenway Refugee Insider Tom Panek
Game 5 Recap - Sox take Game 5 – take 3-2 Lead - Series back to Boston
Wow! John Lester dominated the Cards in a clutch 3-1 win. John pitched 7 2/3 strong innings ( 1 ER / 4H / 0 BB / 7K). Koji - our 140 lb out machine – came in for a business-like 4 out save. There was no doubt!
Back to back doubles...