The AL East fared pretty well in our last rankings two years ago, with the Baltimore Orioles claiming the top spot among the teams in the division. Not much has changed since then, aside from the very minor, uncontroversial move of the Red Sox replacing Don Orsillo with Dave O’Brien in the play by play chair.

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Baltimore Orioles
-Gary Thorne (play by play)
-Jim Palmer (analyst)
-Jim Hunter (play by play – select)
-Mike Bordick (analyst – select)
-Brian Roberts (analyst – select)

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Boston Red Sox
-Dave O’Brien (play by play)
-Jerry Remy (analyst)
-Dennis Eckersley (analyst)
-Steve Lyons (analyst)

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New York Yankees
-Michael Kay (play by play)
-Ken Singleton (analyst)
-David Cone (analyst)
-John Flaherty (analyst)
-Al Leiter (analyst)
-Paul O’Neill (analyst)
-Bob Lorenz (play by play – select)
-Ryan Ruocco (play by play – select)

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Tampa Bay Rays
-Dewayne Staats (play by play)
-Brian Anderson (analyst)
-Todd Kalas (play by play – select)

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Toronto Blue Jays
-Buck Martinez (play by play)
-Pat Tabler (analyst)
-Dan Shulman (play by play – select)

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About Joe Lucia

I'm the managing editor of Awful Announcing and the news editor of The Comeback. I also made The Outside Corner a thing for six seasons.