Red Sox on Teamline | CCBL Broadcasting Info
SOUTH YARMOUTH, Mass. ? The Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox will broadcast over 40 of its 44 regular season games online via Teamline and the Cape Cod Baseball Network, as announced by the organization Sunday. With the announcement, the team also introduced its broadcast staff for the 2015 season.
Fans worldwide can listen to and watch the Red Sox on Teamline for free all season long by visiting the team?s page and electing to stream the game. During home games at Red Wilson Field, both audio and video feeds will be available, while audio will be provided during road games.
The Red Sox will once again return to the national television scene once this summer, appearing on FOX College Sports Atlantic on July 29th for a 7 p.m. road matchup against the Wareham Gatemen. Due to contractual conditions, Y-D?s coverage of this game on Teamline is to be determined.
The Red Sox will be heard on local radio twice throughout the summer as part of Cape League Sunday Night Baseball. Fans in the Cape Cod area will be able to listen to Y-D on 96.3 FM WEEI on June 14 as the Red Sox host Cotuit in the nightcap of a doubleheader. On July 19th, Yarmouth-Dennis will return to the airwaves for a road date with the Orleans Firebirds, slated for a 7 p.m. first pitch. Y-D will also stream these games on Teamline.
Sitting behind the microphone for a second season with the Red Sox will be Anthony Santaniello, a rising senior at Hofstra University. The native of East Longmeadow, Mass. will be joined in the booth by Mark Boyle, the longtime radio voice of the NBA?s Indiana Pacers. Boyle will make his Y-D debut at the conclusion of the Cape League?s opening week.
Kaley Kiss, a 2015 graduate of Lasell (Mass.) College, will provide sideline analysis for the Red Sox.
About the Broadcasters
Anthony Santaniello: Anthony Santaniello (pronounced san-tuh-NELL-oh) is a rising senior at Hofstra University on Long Island, N.Y. At Hofstra, Anthony is an Intermission Reporter with WRHU, covering the New York Islanders of the NHL. WRHU, the student-run radio station at Hofstra, is the only college radio station in the country to serve as a flagship station for a professional sports team. When he isn?t in the Islanders locker room, Anthony is broadcasting Hofstra Pride basketball, soccer and lacrosse all along the East Coast. The East Longmeadow, Mass. native enters his second season with the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox.
Mark Boyle: Mark Boyle has completed a franchise-record 27 seasons as the voice of the Indiana Pacers on an extensive statewide network, and has broadcast more than 2,000 games during his NBA career. Boyle has been recognized as Indiana?s Sportscaster of the Year three times by the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association, and has also been honored as the top talk show host in Indianapolis by Indianapolis Monthly magazine. He was inducted into the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Hall of Fame in April 2013
Kaley Kiss: Kaley Kiss is a 2015 graduate of Lasell College, where she earned a degree in Sports Communication and minored in Event Management. Originally from Meriden, Conn., Kiss enters her first season with the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox. While at Lasell, Kiss was a part of her school?s radio station, interned at a social media firm in Boston, and was a member of the women?s soccer team. With a passion for sports, Kiss hopes to one day reach her dream job as a reporter for the Boston Red Sox.