Cincinnati Reds TV Announcers are John Sadak and Chris Welsh. Tommy Thrail is the radio announcer throughout the 2023 season for the Reds.
For the 2023 season, Sadak will be alongside Welsh, Barry Larkin or Jeff Brantley will call the actions with reporting by Jim Day. Sam LeCure and Brian Giesenschlag will return to host live with Annie Sabo as an on-field reporter.
Bally Sports will broadcast the 2023 Reds regular season game coverages with 162 games scheduled for the regular season. The game will air on Bally Sports Ohio and Bally Sports app.
The app is available on mobile and tablet devices including Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Samsung and LG platforms.
The 30-minute show will broadcast previous games' highlights and forecasts for future matches, individual interviews, and recap sessions. LeCure and Giesenscheg will host it.
Cincinnati Reds Announcers 2023 are John Sadak and Barry Larkin. Jim Day returns as a dugout reported for the Reds for the 2023 season.
The Reds TV broadcasting team for the 2023 season is listed below:
John Sadak (play-by-play announcer)
Chris Welsh ( TV Analyst)
Barry Larkin (Color Analyst)
Jim Day (Dugout Reporter)
Brian Giesenschlag ( Pre-Post game host/commentator)
Sam LeCure ( Pre-Post game host)
Annie Sabo ( Host and On-field Reporter)
John Sadak works as a play-by-play broadcaster for the Reds TV network. He is in his third season for the Reds as a broadcaster.
Sadak replaced former announcer Thom Brennaman in 2021, joining the team to broadcast starting from the 2021 season.
His play-by-play includes games like NFL, NBA, MLB, college football, softball, ice hockey, and water polo.
John has achieved several awards and has been honored by different associations, including Baseball America, the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association, Philadelphia Press Association, Delaware Press Association, and Ballpark Digest.
Sadak previous broadcasting experience includes CBS Sports, Westwood One, NBC Sports Chicago, ESPN Network, Fox Sports Network, and Comcast Network.
Before joining the Reds, he was a sideline reporter for the Phillies, 76ers, and Flyers. Till 2017 he was a lead voice of the Yankees in the Minor League.
In 2021, The Reds named him their lead announcer for the TV and has been continuing till the 2023 season.
Cincinnati Reds Radio Announcers are Tommy Thrall and Jeff Brantley. Welsh will be operating as a game analyst for the team.
Tommy Thrall has been working as a play-by-play announcer for five seasons. He serves as a lead radio announcer on 700 WLW Radio.
In his 18 years of broadcasting career till 2018, he called three spring training games and three season-end games for the Reds. He joined the team as a full-time member in 2019.
Thrall broadcasted almost 66 games in the 2020 season after being a full-time staff. He previously used to serve for the Class AA Pensacola as a broadcaster for seven years.
He has worked in various roles in the broadcasting industry, including Anchor at WEAR-TV in Pensacola, ESPN Pensacola, and UWF'S coach show.
After being a full-time team member, he has been hosting several Reds games till 2023 and will be hosting the 2023 season for the Reds alongside Brantley and Welsh.
Jeff Brantley is a former American professional pitcher and is a broadcaster for the Reds. He has been with the Reds for the past 17 seasons.
He joined five years after his retirement as a player in Major League.
In his MLB career, he enjoyed his best years in pitching for the Reds where he concluded 88 saves with a 2.64 ERA between 1994 to 1997. His record of 44 saves in a single season is still in the Red's history.
Brantley put an end to his MLB career with 172 saves and a 3.39 ERA in his 615 games and was inducted into the Giant's Hall of Fame.
Commentators And Analysts
Cincinnati Reds Commentators and analysts include Chris Welsh and Brian Giesenchlag. Jim Day will return as a dugout reporter for the Reds.
Chris has been serving as a TV analyst for the Reds for a longer period. The 2023 season will be his 31st season as an analyst.
He was a former MLB player who played for Padres, Expos, Rangers, and Reds. Following his five-year MLB career, he went 21-31 with eight complete games, three shutouts, having a 4.45 ERA in his 122 appearances.