Chuck Morgan is the Announcer For the Texas Rangers.
Chuck Morgan, one of the game’s most known public address voices, is in his 44th season as a professional baseball player. For all Rangers home games, the longstanding Rangers employee acts as the club’s public address announcer and manages all scoreboard and video production.
Morgan is also in charge of the Rangers’ promotional schedule for the year. Since the 1983 season, he has spent 39 of the previous 40 seasons with the Rangers.
For the last 3,082 Major League Baseball games, Morgan has announced the starting lineups. Since his debut in Major League Baseball 40 years ago, he has never missed a home game in Texas or Kansas City. On September 26, 2020, the microphone he used to announce his 3,000th straight game and the 2020 World Series was donated to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York.
Morgan was instrumental in the formation of the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame and the Rangers’ mascot while with the team. At Rangers home games, he is credited with inventing the “Dot Race” and the Texas Legends Dash.
Morgan has previously worked for the Kansas City Royals (2002) and the Nashville Sounds (2002), in addition to the Rangers (1978-1980). He worked as a public address announcer for Major League Baseball video games for the X-Box, PlayStation, and Nintendo for six years.