Cleveland Guardians Announcer
Tom Hamilton (Radio)
The Cleveland Guardians have its broadcaster been Tom Hamilton who has worked with the team for over 30 seasons as he has called all 92 postseason games the Guardians have played over that span, including three World Series (1995, 1997, 2016).
Mr Tom Hamilton is been helped in his broadcasting work for the Guardians by Rick Manning with whom they both announce the games of the team.
All 162 regular-season games and 15 spring training contests on Newsradio WTAM 1100, 100.7FM WMMS and the Guardians Radio Network were done by Tom Hamilton and his colleague Jim Rosenhaus.
Tom before he became the announcer for the Guardians was a worker at the AAA Columbus Clippers (1987-89) and has gained much experience in his line of job with some of them being the announcer for the University of Colorado basketball games, University of Wisconsin football games, as well as the Appleton Foxes Minor League baseball games.
The veteran announcer is said to reside at Avon Lake, Ohio with his wife, Wendy with whom she has four children: two boys, Nicholas and Bradley, and two girls, Kelsey and Katie.
Rick Manning (Televison)
Rick Manning is a television announcer for the Guardians who have worked with the team for over 31 seasons as the colour commentator for Guardians baseball telecasts on Bally’s Sports Great Lakes and on WKYC- TV.
Rick began working for the team in 1990 and happens to be the second-longest franchise after his colleague Tom Hamilton.
The announcer who is 69 years of age started a professional baseball career with the Cleveland Indians as the first-round selection (2nd overall) in the 1972 June draft out of LaSalle High School in Niagara Falls, NY.
He is married to his wife, Sue with whom they reside in Scottsdale, Arizona and have two children, Kyle and Jessica, and eight grandchildren.