While the Chicago Cubs did win the 2016 World Series, their broadcast crew did not win top honors in our polling – they finished just outside of the top five. As for the rest of the division, the Brewers and Pirates were solidly in the middle of the pack, while the Reds and Cardinals were in the final third. Will things change this time around?

Polls will close promptly at 3 PM on June 14th.

Chicago Cubs
-Len Kasper (play by play)
-Jim Deshaies (analyst)

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Cincinnati Reds
-Thom Brennaman (play by play)
-Chris Welsh (analyst)
-George Grande (play by play – select)
-Jeff Brantley (analyst – select)

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Milwaukee Brewers
-Brian Anderson (play by play)
-Bill Schroeder (analyst)
-Craig Coshun (play by play – select)
-Matt Lepay (play by play – select)

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Pittsburgh Pirates
-Joe Block (play by play)
-Greg Brown (play by play)
-Bob Walk (analyst)
-Steve Blass (analyst – home)
-John Wehner (analyst – road)

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St. Louis Cardinals
-Dan McLaughlin (play by play)
-Al Hrabosky (analyst)
-Ricky Horton (analyst – select)
-Rick Ankiel (analyst – select)
-Tim McCarver (analyst – select)
-Jim Edmonds (analyst – 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.