Giants Broadcaster Miller, Morgan Out At ‘Sunday Night Baseball’

BRISTOL, Conn. (CBS / AP) — San Francisco Giants broadcaster Jon Miller and Joe Morgan are out as announcers on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball” after 21 seasons.

“Over the last two decades, Joe went from Hall of Fame player to one of his sport’s top analysts and Jon’s Hall of Fame voice and tremendous knowledge of the game have connected with baseball fans everywhere,” ESPN executive vice president Norby Williamson said in a statement Monday. “We owe them our deepest thanks for an outstanding body of work.”

The network did not announce replacements.

Miller, the play-by-play voice, received the Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2010 Ford C. Frick Award. Morgan, the color commentator, was a two-time National League MVP with the Cincinnati Reds. The second baseman was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1990.

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  • tn

    Foolish! Now maybe ESPN can pick up Buck and McCarver from FOX, and the major network broadcast TV sports fans won’t have to listen to or look at Joe and Tim for a long time. Buy short, my friends.

  • dreamon Red Sox

    Please bring them back…. Buck and especially McCarver SUCK!!!! Miller and Morgan are the best in the business….!!!

  • Vince F

    Now Miller can concentrate on the Giants. Morgan should be managing in the big leagues. He is the John Madden of baseball

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