I'm in my 39th year of broadcasting on radio and television. Prior to joining 92.9 The Ticket in November 2012, I spent 16 years at WLBZ-TV (NBC Affiliate) in Bangor, Maine. My television experience included three years as a news reporter/anchor and 13 years as sports director/anchor. In 1993, I moved to WZON (AM620) in Bangor as sports/program director and created Maine’s first all-sports radio station. WZON was twice named Maine Associated Press Station of The Year. Along with my broadcasting duties, I am an adjunct instructor at the Husson University New England School of Communications in Bangor teaching Intro to Sports Journalism. I'm honored to have been named Maine Sportscaster of The Year six times, along with 13 AP Best Radio Sportscast awards, 12 AP/MAB Best Radio Play-by-Play awards, eight AP/MAB Best TV Play-by-Play awards and six AP/MAB Best TV Sportscast awards. My community volunteering includes president of Bangor East Little League, Senior League World Series opening ceremony committee chair, honorary member of the UMaine Black Bear Club, board of directors Maine Basketball Hall of Fame and member of the Jay Ramsdell Scholarship committee. I am from Houlton, Maine and a Ricker College graduate. My wife Nora and I reside in Bangor with our five children.
Sale Gives Up 4 HRs, Sox Lose Again [VIDEO]
Clearance Sale. Everything must go! pic.twitter.com/rL3pupgEbb — Blue Jays (@BlueJays) September 27, 2017 Chris Sale matched a career worst by giving up four home runs in a game as the Toronto Blue Jays continue to play spoilers, beating the Red Sox 9-4...
Sox Lose, Pomeranz Out Early [VIDEO]
Over the Monster, under the stars. pic.twitter.com/mQqBwVRb0x — Blue Jays (@BlueJays) September 26, 2017 Simply put, Drew Pomeranz just didn't have it last night. After two innings of soft tossing, the Blue Jays blasted him for five runs on seven hits and he was done...
Mookie Makes Sure Sox Win [VIDEO]
Don’t sleep on @mookiebetts, he always plays heads ⬆️! pic.twitter.com/CncQGweQbm — Red Sox (@RedSox) September 24, 2017 Mookie Betts hit a bases clearing double and then scored from second base on an infield single as the Red Sox beat Cincinnati 5-4 Sunday afternoon. The win, combined with a Yankee loss, puts the Sox up five games on New York with seven games to play.
Excellent E-Rod, Sox Win [VIDEO]
Mitch Moreland put the game away today! 💪 pic.twitter.com/Ssr8tn07yS — Red Sox (@RedSox) September 24, 2017 The Red Sox got three hit, shutout pitching from Eduardo Rodriguez for 7.2 innings and Mitch Moreland blasted a three-run home run as the Sox beat the Reds 5-0 Saturday afternoon. Eve...
Price In Relief, Sox Get Win [VIDEO]
David Price pitched 2.2 innings of scoreless relief and rookie Rafael Devers ripped a three-run home run as the Red Sox beat Cincinnati in interleague play Friday night.
One WP, One More Sox Win [VIDEO]
#EXTRASWINDANCEREPEAT pic.twitter.com/ONZ6N4C8RN — Red Sox (@RedSox) September 20, 2017 A wild pitch never looked so good as it did last night in the 11th inning. With Mitch Moreland at the bat and Jackie Bradley Jr. at third base, Baltimore pitcher Brad Brach threw a pitch in the dirt, getting away from the catcher. In comes JBJ to score the only run of the game and the Red Sox came away with the
Porcello, Betts Lead Sox To Win [VIDEO]
.@mookiebetts was doin’ his thing in win vs. Rays! #WinDanceRepeat pic.twitter.com/DbyIbvGmHX — Red Sox (@RedSox) September 17, 2017 Rick Porcello's pitching and Mookie Bett's hitting carried the Red Sox to a Saturday night win over Tampa bay 3-1.
Sox Comeback, Win In 15 Innings [VIDEO]
It took an extra 6 innings, but the W was well worth the wait! #WINDANCEREPEAT pic.twitter.com/CJjm8ZeTGz — Red Sox (@RedSox) September 16, 2017 Another six hour, 15 inning ballgame for the Boston Red Sox...and another win. 13-6 over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Fister Struggles, Sox Lose [VIDEO]
Doug Fister gave up four runs in the first inning and it seemed the Red Sox could never overcome the deficit as the Oakland A's beat the Sox 7-3 last night.
Mookie Leads Sox To 11-1 Win [VIDEO]
Mookie Betts had one of those Mookie Betts nights - two home runs, a triple, six RBI as the Red Sox blasted the lowly Oakland A's 11-1 Tuesday night.