The Kansas city royals have had quite some good broadcasters who have contributed very immensely to the growth of the baseball club with some of the names being announcer Denny Matthews as well as Steve Physioc.
List of Kansas City Royals TV And Radio Broadcasters 2022
Denny Matthews, Announcer
Denny Matthews is in his 53rd season behind the microphone, calling Royals games since the club’s inception in 1969. He is said to be the third person who has announced for the Major League history for the longest time after Vin Scully (Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, 67 seasons) and Jaime Jarrín (Los Angeles Dodgers, 61 seasons)
Steve Physioc, Announcer
Steve is a graduate of Kansas State University in 1977 who started his baseball career as the voice of Wildcats football and basketball from 1979-82. He is said to be in his 10th season with the Royals serving both as a voice on the Royals Radio Network and as a play-by-play broadcaster on Bally Sports Kansas City.
In 1983, Steve started his Major League play-by-play announcing career with the Cincinnati Bengals football and Cincinnati Reds baseball.
Steve Stewart, Announcer
Royals Radio play-by-play broadcaster Steve Stewart is said to have been with the team for over 13 seasons and is currently in his 14th season with the team and is in his 22nd in the Major Leagues and his 30th in baseball.
Steve has worked in many organizations like the Baltimore for WBAL radio and television as a sports anchor/reporter and talk show host from 2000 to 2003.
Rex Hudler, Announcer
Rex Hudler is in his 10th season with the Royals’ broadcast team as an analyst on Bally Sports Kansas City. He is said to have worked with Steve Physioc in the same job for the Los Angeles Angels for 11 seasons from 1999 to 2009.
Rex is said to have started his Major League play-by-play announcing career in 1983, broadcasting Cincinnati Bengals football and Cincinnati Reds baseball through the 1986 season.
Steve Stewart has worked with the Kansas City Royals for over 14 seasons as the play-by-play broadcaster as well as his 22nd in the Major Leagues and his 30th in baseball.
Stewart before moving to Kansas was working with the Cincinnati Reds, three of them on WLW radio and one on television with Fox Sports Ohio for four years.