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Jon Miller Voice Of The SF Giants

November 6, 20149 min
Jon Miller, honored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame as the 2010 Ford C. Frick award winner for baseball broadcasting excellence, the "Voice of the Giants", just completed his 17th season in the broadcast booth on KNBR Radio and NBC Bay Area. Miller was thrilled to broadcast his 16th World Series in 2014 as the Giants won it all for the third time in recent years. An award-winning broadcast veteran of more than 40 years, Miller worked 21 seasons as the play-by-play commentator on the ESPN Sunday Night Baseball game of the week. Miller, noted for his eloquent game description, golden voice and marvelous sense of humor, spent 14 years with the Baltimore Orioles before coming to San Francisco. Prior to joining Baltimore in 1983, the talented broadcaster spent two seasons with the Texas Rangers (1978-79) and three seasons with the Boston Red Sox (1980-82). He began his Major League Baseball broadcasting career with the Oakland Athletics in 1974 at the remarkably young age of 22. After

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