- List of Colorado Rockies broadcasters
The Colorado Rockies are broadcast locally in Colorado on the radio and on both cable and over-the-air television.
Jeff Kingery, who was with the team in the radio booth since its inaugural season in 1993, retired at the end of the 2009 season after 17 years broadcasting Rockies games. Kingery is famous for his home run call, that ball's going and it ain't coming back!
Kingery's long-time partner in the booth, Jack Corrigan, assumed primary play-by-play duties after Kingery's retirement. Corrigan's signature home run call is, It's touch 'em all time!
One of the two radio broadcasters will occasionally substitute for one of the television broadcasters if necessary.
Rockies pregame and postgame shows are handled by Tom Helmer, Jeff Huson, Marc Stout, and 2006 J. G. Taylor Spink Award recipient Tracy Ringolsby. Helmer and Rizzo also offer on-camera in-game commentary from the stands. Huson and Helmer call games in the broadcast booth in Goodman and/or Frazier's stead.
The Rockies cable television affiliate is Root Sports Rocky Mountain. In previous years, over-the-air broadcasts were carried on KWGN-TV from 1993–2002, and on KTVD (Channel 20; UPN affiliate until 9/5/06, after which it joined MyNetworkTV) from 2003–2008.
The Rockies also have beat writers who cover the team. The Colorado Rockies local beat writer for MLB.com is Thomas Harding.
The Colorado Rockies beat writer for the Rocky Mountain News is Tracy Ringolsby (1992–2008). The Rocky Mountain News is no longer in business, and Ringolsby joined the television broadcast team for pre-game and post-game discussions. The Colorado Rockies beat writer for The Denver Post is Troy E. Renck (2009–Present)
- Jeff Kingery: 1993–2009
- Wayne Hagin: 1993–2002
- Jack Corrigan: 2003–Present
- Jerry Schemmel: 2010–Present
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