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Media and broadcast information/history for the Florida Marlins: Contents 1 Flagship broadcast outlets 1.1 Television 1.2 Radio 1.2.1 English 1.2.2 Spanish 2 Broadcasters 2.1 Television 2.2 Radio 2.2.1 English 2.2.2 Spanish 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References Flagship broadcast outlets All names/call letters used are those used by the broadcaster the last time the team was broadcast on that outlet. Television FSN Florida (1997–Present) Sun Sports (1993–1997, 2006–Present) WBFS-TV (1993–1998) WAMI-TV (1999–2001) WPXM-TV (2002–2005) Marlins Television Network (1993–2005) Radio English WAXY 790 AM (2008–Present) - Flagship in Miami WQAM 560 AM (1993–2007) - Flagship in Miami Marlins Radio Network (1993–Present) - Distributes games to radio stations around Florida XM Satellite Radio (2005–Present) - Carries games as part of MLB package WQAM did not renew the contract with the Marlins when it expired after the 2007 season at the request of the Miami Dolphins.[1] WAXY 790 (The Ticket) signed a contract to become the flagship station for the Marlins. Spanish WAQI 710 AM (Present) WQBA 1140 AM (1998–2008) WCMQ 1210 AM (1993–1997) Broadcasters Television Joe Angel: TV Play-by-Play 1997-2000* Gary Carter: TV Analyst 1993-1996 Tommy Hutton: TV Analyst 1997–Present Len Kasper: TV Play-by-Play 2002-2004 Craig Minervini: Reporter 2002–Present Dave O'Brien: TV Play-by-Play 1997-2001* Jay Randolph: TV Play-by-Play 1993-1996, Pre Game 1997-2000 Cookie Rojas: SAP Analyst 2003–Present Raul Striker, Jr.: SAP Play-by-Play 2003–Present Rich Waltz: TV Play-by-Play 2005–Present Radio English Jesse Agler: Radio Studio/Marlins Extra Host 2006-2007 Joe Angel: Radio Play-by-Play 1993-2000* Roxy Bernstein: Radio Play-by-Play, 2005–2007 Glenn Geffner: Radio Play-by-Play, 2008–Present Dave O'Brien: Radio Play-by-Play, 1993-2000* Jon Sciambi: Radio Play-by-Play 1999-2004, Pre Game 1999-2000 Dave Van Horne: Radio Play-by-Play 2001–Present Spanish Manolo Alvarez: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 1993-1998 Jesus Diaz: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 1999 Luis Quintana: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 2002–Present Felo Ramirez: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 1993–Present Angel Rodriguez: Spanish Radio Play-by-Play 2000-2001 See also List of current Major League Baseball announcers Notes * Angel & O'Brien split innings doing play-by-play between radio and television for four seasons References ^ The Marlins Ballpark News: WQAM to dump the Marlins Florida Marlins: History: Marlins All-Time Broadcasters. Accessed 12 April 2006. Florida Marlins: Roster: Broadcasters. Accessed 12 April 2006. Florida Marlins: Team: Broadcasters. Accessed 1 May 2007. v · d · eFlorida Marlins Based in Miami Gardens, Florida The Franchise Seasons • History • Expansion Draft • Records • No-hitters • Players • Owners and executives • Managers • Broadcasters • Florida Marlins Radio Network • Opening Day starters Ballparks Sun Life Stadium • New Marlins Ballpark (future) Spring Training: Cocoa Expo Stadium • Space Coast Stadium • Roger Dean Stadium Culture Steve Bartman • The Inning • Billy the Marlin • Fire sales • Norman Braman Rivalries Citrus Series Retired Numbers 5 • 42 Key Personnel Owner: Jeffrey Loria • Team President: David Samson • President of Baseball Operations: Larry Beinfest • General Manager: Michael Hill • Manager: Edwin Rodríguez World Series Championships (2) 1997 • 2003 National League Pennants (2) 1997 • 2003 Division Titles National League East: none Wild Card Berths 1997 • 2003 Minor League Affiliates AAA: New Orleans Zephyrs • AA: Jacksonville Suns • A: Jupiter Hammerheads • Greensboro Grasshoppers • Jamestown Jammers • Rookie: Gulf Coast League Marlins • DSL Marlins  Seasons (18) 1990s 1990 • 1991 • 1992 • 1993 • 1994 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999 2000s 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 2010s 2010 • 2011 This baseball-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e