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Ed Randall

Ed Randall (Sportscaster.  Born, New York, NY, Oct. 20, 1952.)  A baseball jack-of-all-trades announcer, Edwin Wayne Randall has done play-by-play, update work, and anchored his own syndicated television program.  Randall was a minor league play-by-play voice in such towns as Elmira, N.Y., Bristol, Conn., Spokane, Wash., and Vancouver, B.C., from 1974-81.  A Fordham graduate, he […]

Michael Kay

Michael Kay (Sportscaster.  Born, The Bronx, NY, Feb. 2, 1961.)  A sportswriter-turned-broadcaster, Michael Kay became an integral part of the Yankees after joining veteran John Sterling as their radio tandem on WABC in 1992.  A 1982 graduate of Fordham, Kay joined the New York Post that year as a general news reporter, moving to sports […]

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