Miami Marlins Announcers include Paul Severino, and Raul Striker Jr. Severino is the lead play-by-play announcer, whereas Striker does play-by-play in SAP.
SAP stands for the second audio program and is an auxiliary audio channel that can be broadcasted by cable television and over the air both. Striker is in his twenty-first season as an announcer.
1. Paul Severino - Play-by-play (TV)
Severino is in his sixth season as the franchise's lead man in the commentary booth. The announcer won the regional Emmy Awards in 2022 for his season-long coverage of the club.
He covered the Dominican Heritage Night broadcast of the team as well. Before joining the team from Miami, Paul worked for seven years with the MLB Network starting in 2011.
During his time with MLB Network, the announcer hosted all the studio events, including the Emmy Award-winning show MLB Tonight. Under Armour All-American Game, Triple-A All-Star Game, Urban Invitational, and Arizona Fall League are some other events Paul covered.
Before joining the network, Severino was a studio host and play-by-play for the NHL Network. A graduate of Endicott College and a native of Bristol, Connecticut, he has hosted several ESPN programs, including SportsCenter, ESPN.com, and ESPNews.
The announcer's experience range beyond baseball, as he has covered various other sports. He has anchored different NBA and NCAA football games for ESPN.
2. Raul Striker Jr. - Play-by-play (SAP)
Striker Jr. joined the Bally Sports Florida network in 2003. Junior has been a play-by-play announcer at the secondary audio programming television for the team for the last twenty-one years.
Further, he is also the Spanish language play-by-play announcer for the NFL team, the Miami Dolphins. In addition, Raul is the Univision Radio Network's voice for NFL.
The SAP announcer also calls the weekly Thursday Night games for NFL, the Sunday Night games, Super Bowls, Pro Bowls, and the playoffs. He provided his voice during the Super Bowls XLVI, XLVII, and XLIX network broadcasts.