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Red Sox Release 2014 Broadcast Information

By Y-D Media Relations Department

Red Sox on Teamline | CCBL Broadcasting Info

SOUTH YARMOUTH, Mass. ? The Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox will broadcast 43 of its 44 regular season games online via Teamline and the Cape Cod Baseball Network, as announced by the organization Monday. With the news, the team also welcomes Steve Goldberg, Anthony Santaniello, and Ryan Gallant to the broadcast booth for the 2014 season.

Originally reported in March, the Red Sox will return to the national scene once this summer, appearing on FOX College Sports Atlantic on July 16th for a 5 p.m. home game against the Harwich Mariners. Due to contractual restrictions, this game will be seen exclusively on FCS across the United States and will not be broadcast on Teamline.

For the first time in team history, Y-D will broadcast all 22 regular season road games via Teamline, with Goldberg and Santaniello on the call. The duo will also handle play-by-play and color duties for each home game, with the exception of the July 16th game versus Harwich. Fans worldwide can hear the Red Sox on Teamline for free by visiting the team?s page and electing to stream either a full broadcast with audio and video or an audio-only broadcast.

The Red Sox will be heard on local radio on at least two occasions throughout the summer as part of Cape League Sunday Night Baseball. Fans in the Cape Cod area on June 15 will be able to listen to Y-D on 96.3 FM WEEI as the Red Sox host the Wareham Gatemen at 5 p.m. Eastern Time. On July 27th, Yarmouth-Dennis will return to the airwaves for a road date with the Brewster Whitecaps, also at 5 p.m. Y-D will also stream these games on Teamline.

The Red Sox open their season on Wednesday, June 11 at Whitehouse Field for a road matchup with the Harwich Mariners. First pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m.

About Steve Goldberg

Goldberg recently completed his junior year at the University of Missouri and is ecstatic about joining the Y-D organization as a new addition to the broadcast team. He has worked primarily for KCOU-FM and Mizzou Network over the past three years broadcasting many Mizzou sports games, including the 2013 NCAA Men?s Basketball Tournament and the 2014 Cotton Bowl Classic. He was also a journalism intern for CBS MaxPreps covering high school sports in New Jersey. Goldberg is originally from Boston.

About Anthony Santaniello

Anthony Santaniello (pronounced San-ta-nel-o) is a rising junior at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. and is currently studying broadcast journalism. He is a native of East Longmeadow, Mass. and is also a huge Boston Red Sox fan. Santaniello enters his first season in the Y-D broadcast booth and his dream job is to someday handle play-by-play duties for the (Boston) Red Sox on either NESN or radio.

About Ryan Gallant

Longtime director Ryan Gallant will also return to the Y-D booth for his fifth season. He is a rising junior at the University of Massachusetts and serves as a video assistant with the newly-FBS UMass football program, filming practices and all home and road games. Gallant is also the primary public address announcer for UMass lacrosse, softball, and tennis and has covered games in nearly every athletic venue on campus. He is certified in PC repair and networking and was the primary technical contact for the 2013 Cape Cod Baseball League All Star Game.

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