Executive Vice President, Ballpark Entertainment and Productions
The longtime Rangers employee serves as the club's public address announcer and oversees all scoreboard and video production for all Rangers home games. He has been with the Rangers for 30 of the last 31 seasons beginning with the 1983 campaign.
Morgan has announced the starting lineups for 2,411 consecutive Major League Baseball games. He has not missed a home game since he began working at the Rangers 30 years ago.
With the Rangers, Morgan has been responsible for the creation of the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame, the Texas Rangers FanFest, and the Rangers' mascot. He is credited with the creation of the "Dot Race" and the Texas Legends Dash at Rangers home games. He was coordinator for All-Star Workout Day and Home Run Derby for Major League Baseball's 1995 All-Star Game at Rangers Ballpark In Arlington.
In addition to his tenure with the Rangers, Morgan has also worked for the Kansas City Royals (2002) and Nashville Sounds (1978-1980). For six years, he was the public address announcer on Major League Baseball video games for Microsoft's X-Box, Sony Playstation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube.
While in Nashville, he was an announcer at The Grand Ole Opry, hosted several nationally syndicated radio and television shows, was a television sports anchor and made several "cornfield" appearances on Hee Haw.
In 1982, he was named the Country Music Association's Major Market Disc Jockey of the Year. In 2001 and 2003, he was named by The Sporting News as the best public address announcer in Major League Baseball.
Chuck and his wife, Starr, reside in Mansfield. He has two sons: Kelley (34) and Rhett (32).