Chris Singleton Named Analyst For ESPN Radio 'Sunday Night Baseball'
December 1, 2010 at 12:09 PM (PT)
ESPN RADIO has officially named CHRIS SINGLETON as analyst for "SUNDAY NIGHT BASEBALL" coverage, working alongside JON "BOOG" SCIAMBI.
SINGLETON, a former major league player, joined ESPN in 2008 after two seasons calling CHICAGO WHITE SOX games. He worked on playoff broadcasts for ESPN RADIO the last two seasons.
"Our listeners will benefit from CHRIS's broadcasting and baseball experience, as well as his contemporary look at each game and the sport in general," said SVP, ESPN AUDIO MO DAVENPORT. "Teaming CHRIS with JON ensures our exclusive game coverage will be both entertaining and informative."
The network also announced that, as expected, DAN SHULMAN, OREL HERSHEISER, and BOBBY VALENTINE will call "SUNDAY NIGHT BASEBALL" on the TV side, replacing JON MILLER and JOE MORGAN.