Found January 14, 2012 on Rockies Review:
It is becoming the least surprising award in Colorado. On Friday, the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association named Drew Goodman of Root Sports as Colorado Sportscaster of the Year. Goodman will most likely have to build a bigger mantle in his living room to fit the award on it. This is his ninth time winning the award in the past 10 years. It makes for a good time to mention something that is all-too forgotten about in the middle of the Colorado Rockies season. That is, the Rockies have the best broadcasting team in baseball.It may not have been well known in the past, but with MLB Network and packages that allow baseball fans to watch out-of-market games from all across the country, it becomes very clear that the Rockies and Root Sports have phenomenal broadcasters.At the top of the list is Goodman, who does play-by-play with a smooth voice, making very few mistakes and being well-versed in knowledge of the game and it's intricacies. He does a great job of talking...

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