Crowdsourcing MLB Broadcasters: Cast Your Ballots

This edition of Offseason Notes is actually a compilation of work from other editions of Offseason Notes.

Since late November, FanGraphs has been asking readers to rate the television broadcast teams for all 30 major-league clubs — with the intention, ultimately, of determining which broadcasts might best reflect the sorts of inquiry and analysis performed here at the site. (Click here for more on this project.)

Now the ballots for all 30 teams (including two for the Dodgers, to honor the contributions of Vin Scully) have been created, and can be accessed by clicking on the relevant links below.

Ballots will be accepted until Friday, February 24th, at 5pm ET, and results will be released next week. If the project is ultimately successful, a similar effort for radio broadcast teams is a possibility.

If you have any questions or note any errors, don’t hesitate to utilize the comment section below.

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11 years ago

+1 Hawk Harrelson/Steve Stone for the Chicago White Sox!

11 years ago
Reply to  Chike

I would anticiapte the Hawk Harrelson rating to be around 1.

11 years ago
Reply to  glassSheets

Rex Hudler will join him once KC gets a taste of him this year (sorry Ryan LeFeber). Hello mute button.

11 years ago
Reply to  Chike

Not many broadcasters around have a website dedicated to seeing them fired like the Hawk.

11 years ago
Reply to  Colin

Yet somehow is still available…