Baseball on the Radio
Baseball and radio have a special connection. America's pastime has graced the airwaves since August 5, 1921, when Pittsburgh's KDKA aired a game between the Pirates and Philadelphia Phillies. KDKA still broadcasts Pirates games today, almost a full century later.
Gabby Hartnett and Charley Root broadcast a pregame radio show on WGN before the Cubs' April 14, 1931 season opener.
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|Los Angeles Angels||KLAA||830-AM*|
|Chicago White Sox||WGN||720-AM*|
|Kansas City Royals||KCSP||610-AM|
|Boston Red Sox||WEEI||93.7-FM|
|New York Yankees||WFAN||660-AM*|
|Tampa Bay Rays||WDAE||620-AM|
|Toronto Blue Jays||CJCL||590-AM*|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||KLAC||570-AM|
|San Diego Padres||KWFN||97.3-FM|
|San Francisco Giants||KNBR||680-AM*|
|St. Louis Cardinals||KMOX||1120-AM*|
|New York Mets||WCBS||880-AM*|
*Denotes 50,000-watt AM station, which can be heard from great distances especially at night.