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Red Sox on NESN

NESN (New England Sports Network), the official home of the Boston Red Sox, is in its 37th year of carrying Red Sox baseball. Consistently one of the top-rated regional sports networks in the country, NESN's Red Sox coverage includes an hour-long show before and after every game. Fans in New England can also watch NESN's coverage at NESN.com and on the NESN App, plus follow along on social media for game-day coverage and news (Twitter: @ NESN and Instagram: @NESN). Veteran play-by-play announcer Dave O'Brien enters his fifth season with NESN and will be joined again by Red Sox Hall of Famer Jerry Remy and Baseball Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley. Cohasset, MA native Mike Monaco will join the NESN broadcast team as play-by-play announcer for select games. Tom Caron is in his 17th year as host of NESN's pre- and post-game show. He will be joined by an All-Star lineup of studio analysts that includes Steve Lyons, MLB Hall of Famer Jim Rice, Red Sox Hall of Famer Tim Wakefield, and several other former Red Sox players including Lenny DiNardo and Manny Delcarmen.














Red Sox Radio Network

The Red Sox Radio Network carries every game, with WEEI 93.7 FM as its flagship station in Boston. The Red Sox and Entercom Communications announced a 10-year agreement for 2007-16 in May 2006, and in April 2016 an- nounced a renewal through the 2023 season. A network of over 50 stations broadcasts Boston's games throughout the New England area.

Joe Castiglione will be the WEEI Red Sox Radio Network's primary voice in 2020 and will be joined by Will Flemming, Sean McDonough and Lou Merloni. Flemming returns for his second season with WEEI, having previously served as the play-by-play voice of the Pawtucket Red Sox. Nationally renowned and Emmy Award- winning McDonough is also entering his second season with WEEI. The Hingham, MA native served as the television play-by-play announcer for the Red Sox from 1988-2004. Merloni began calling games for the WEEI Red Sox Radio Network in 2013. The Framingham, MA native played nine seasons in Major League Baseball, including six with the Red Sox. In addition, Jon "Boog" Sciambi and Dave O'Brien will call select games.



Red Sox Spanish Radio Network

2020 marks the 30th season of the Red Sox Spanish-language broadcast. Every game of the regular season will be broadcast on WAMG 94.9 FM/890 AM, WCEC 103.7 FM/1490 AM, WORC-AM 106.1 FM/1310 AM, and WLAT 101.7

FM/910 AM. Nilson Pepen will call the action-along with others-for the 2020 season.