Miami Marlins TV Announcers And Radio Broadcast Team

By Roshan Khatiwada / 23 May 2023 09:07 AM

Bally Sports Florida is the home to all the games of the Miami Marlins
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Miami Marlins TV announcers are Paul Severino and Tommy Hutton. Luis Quintana is the Spanish radio play-by-play announcer in 2023.

The Marlins game is broadcasted from Bally Sports Florida on television and Miami Marlins Radio Network on the radio. Florida's commercial radio stations WAQI and WAMR-FM carry the Spanish broadcast.

Bally Sports Florida covers sports events in Florida, primarily focusing on professional teams based in Tampa, Orlando, and Miami. Marlins from MLB, Florida Panthers from NHL, and Orlando Magic from the NBA are the significant teams the network covers.

On the other hand, Miami Marlins Radio Network is an eight-station network in Florida dedicated solely to the baseball team, Miami Marlins. Seven out of eight network stations cover the game in English, whereas one broadcasts the game in Spanish.

TV Announcers

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.

Severino during a broadcast at the LoanDepot Park, the homeground of the Miami based baseball team
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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,, 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.

Radio Announcers

Marlins radio announcers are Kyle Sielaff and Luis Quintana. Sielaff is the play-by-play for the English broadcast, whereas Quintana handles the Spanish broadcasts.

Sielaff is on his first season as the lead in the radio booth for the franchise, whereas Quintana has been with the group for the last several years. Quintana was the partner of the legendary announcer Felo Ramirez before he passed away in 2017.

1. Kyle Sielaff - Play-by-play (English)

Kyle Sielaff is in his eleventh season with the Miami Marlins Radio Network. This is the first year he has been working as the lead announcer of the franchise since he joined in 2013.

Sielaff has previously hosted many programs for the team, including Marlins On Deck and Marlins Inside Corner, a team podcast, and a radio program.

Sielaff is the lead man of the radio broadcast for Miami Marlins
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The announcer has also called select regular season and spring training games for the franchise. The Broadcast Journalism and Sports Administration graduate from the University of Miami has also been involved in other sports broadcasts.

Kyle has covered select games for the men's and women's basketball teams of the Miami Hurricanes, a college team representing the university he studied. He has also called volleyball and baseball games on ACC Network Extra.

2. Luis Quintana - Play-by-play (Spanish)

Quintana works as a Spanish play-by-play announcer on the WAQI radio station for the club's telecast. He also hosted the show Desayuno con los Marlins, which is telecasted every Thursday morning.

In addition, he worked on the weekly Saturday show Hablando con los Marlins. The show is telecasted two hours before the game.

Luis is famously known for working alongside the legendary Spanish commentator Rafael Felo Ramirez. Ramirez gave his voice to over thirty World Series and worked for seventy-one seasons as a play-by-play announcer.


Marlins commentators are Tommy Hutton, Rod Allen, Jeff Nelson, and Gaby Sanchez. Hutton is the lead color commentator in the TV broadcast.

Allen, Nelson, and Sanchez are working as an analyst for both radio and TV. All three of them are in their second season as analysts.

1. Tommy Hutton - Color Commentator (TV)

Tommy Hutton is entering his twenty-fifth season with the franchise. He started in 1997 as a pre and post-game host of Marlins Live, a show dedicated to the team from Miami.

After four seasons of hosting the show, Hutton was moved to the TV booth. The commentator had taken a break in between for a couple of years and rejoined the team in 2022 as a member of a rotation of in game-analysts.

Tommy (Middle) has been with the Bally Sports Florida team since 1997
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A former player, Hutton made his MLB debut in 1966 for Los Angeles Dodgers, his hometown club. A twelve-year veteran in the majors, he played for teams like Phillies, Expos, Blue Jays, and Dodgers.

He was named to the MLB All-Rookie Team of 1972 by Topps. Before joining the Miami team, he worked with the Yankees, Blue Jays, and Expos. In addition, he also worked on national telecasts for networks like ABC, NBC, and ESPN.

2. Rod Allen - Analyst (TV & Radio)

Allen is in his second season as an analyst on Miami Marlins Radio Network and Bally Sports Florida. He analyses Marlins Live pre and post-game coverage and on the radio booth.

The multiple Emmy Award winner worked for the Tigers for sixteen seasons before joining the franchise network. Rod worked for the D-Backs for five seasons before that.

Allen has worked with the Detroit Tigers broadcast team for sixteen years
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The former outfielder and designated hitter for Seattle, Cleveland, and Detroit during the 80s and played fifteen games for the 1984 World Champions, Tigers. He finished his playing career in Japan, where he set a record for smashing a home run in four consecutive at-bats during the regular season.

Rod has also worked for the Fox Sports network, providing insights on regional Game of the Week telecasts.

3. Jeff Nelson - Analyst (TV & Radio)

Jeff joined the Bally Sports team in 2016 as an analyst on the Marlins Live show. He started his in-game analyst role for the group last season.

He also works as a color commentator on the radio network of the franchise. Further, he works for the YES Network and WFAN, covering the Yankees game.

Nelson (Right) is working as an analyst for both TV and Radio telecast of Marlins
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Before joining the team, Nelson worked for as an analyst and for SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio as a host. A fifteen-year MLB veteran, Nelson, played as a reliever and won four World Titles with the Yankees.

He was also a member of the Seattle Mariners squad for three different stints.

4. Gaby Sanchez - Analyst (TV & Radio)

Like the last two people on the list, Sanchez is in his second season as the analyst on the team. He joined the group in 2018 as a pre and post-game analyst in Marlins Live.

He also hosts the award-winning show Marlins All-Access, which shows the team behind the scenes to the fans. The Emmy award-winning analyst works on the radio network of the franchise also.

A former first baseman for the franchise, he was selected as an All-Star during the 2011 season with the team. Before joining the team's broadcast group, he used to cover ESPN's Atlantic Coast Conference baseball.

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