The National League East is a division where people generally have strong opinions about the broadcast teams – and most of it isn’t positive. On the bright side, this division did give us our first viral announcing moment of the baseball season thanks to Keith Hernandez, a female fan, and her hot dog.

Give each broadcast crew a rating, and if you have strong opinions in either direction, let us know in the comments.

We’ll use your feedback in the final rankings of the broadcast teams. For more on the series and what it’s all about, click here.

Atlanta Braves
-Chip Caray (play by play)
-Joe Simpson (analyst)
-Tom Glavine (analyst – select)
-John Smoltz (analyst – select)

Miami Marlins
-Rich Waltz (play by play)
-Tommy Hutton (analyst)
-Craig Minervini (play by play – select)
-Jeff Conine (analyst – select)
-Preston Wilson (analyst – select)

New York Mets
-Gary Cohen (play by play)
-Keith Hernandez (analyst)
-Ron Darling (analyst)
-Kevin Burkhardt (play by play – select)

Philadelphia Phillies
-Tom McCarthy (play by play)
-Matt Stairs (analyst)
-Jamie Moyer (analyst)
-Mike Schmidt (analyst – Sundays)

Washington Nationals
-Bob Carpenter (play by play)
-F.P. Santangelo (analyst)
-Johnny Holliday (play by play – select)
-Ray Knight (play by play – select)

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I hate your favorite team. I also sort of hate most of my favorite teams.

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