The Atlanta Braves are an Atlanta-based professional baseball franchise. The Braves are a member of the National League East division and compete in Major League Baseball. These are the Announcers for Atlanta Braves.
Chip Caray has been the play-by-play commentator for Braves games on Bally Sports South and Bally Sports Southeast for the past 12 seasons. He formerly worked as the play-by-play announcer for TBS’ Major League Baseball broadcasts and Peachtree TV’s Braves broadcasts for five seasons (2005-09).
Powell will be in the Atlanta Braves radio booth for his 13th season as a Major League announcer in 2021. He spent the preceding 13 seasons as part of the Milwaukee Brewers broadcast team, where he worked with another Hall of Famer, Bob Uecker, for the longest time of any announcer.
Joe Simpson has been an announcer for the Atlanta Braves for 30 years. On January 27, 2018, he was enshrined into the Hall of Fame of the Atlanta Braves.
This will be his 15th season announcing games on Bally Sports South and Bally Sports Southeast, and he will also return to his duties as a radio expert.
Tom Glavine, a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, will continue to be a part of the Braves announcers in 2021.
Glavine is a two-time Cy Young Award winner (1991, 1998) and a 10-time All-Star in the National League. Glavine, who has a 305-203 career record with a 3.54 ERA in 682 games, won 244 of his victories while pitching for the Braves in the 1990s, and aided Atlanta to five World Series berths. When the Atlanta Braves defeated the Cleveland Indians in the 1995 World Series, he was awarded MVP.
The Braves Broadcasting Network will be in Ingram’s 11th season in 2021. This is his third season in the radio booth, where he joins Jim Powell and Joe Simpson in doing play-by-play.
From 2012 to 2020, Ingram presented the Atlanta Braves’ pregame program, and from 2011 to 2019, he hosted the postgame show. He has also hosted the Braves’ Clubhouse Report, which can be heard on 680 The Fan, the team’s main radio station.
After retiring from baseball, Francoeur worked as a commentator for the Atlanta Braves, where he is currently the primary television analyst.