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From Side-Line Reporting to Play-By-Play Announcing, Our Sports Experts Give You an Inside Track to the Scores, Highlights, and Big Plays, Bringing You Closer to the Game



The lure of covering her hometown team, the Colorado Rockies, brought Cavnar back to Denver in 2012 after spending five years in the spotlight in San Diego and Los Angeles. Cavnar is a familiar name on the west coast, lending her talents to ESPN, CBS College Sports and host of the San Diego Padres pregame and postgame shows. Born and raised in Aurora, Colo., Cavnar is a graduate of Smoky Hill High School and Colorado State University. Jenny is the host of the Rockies Pregame and Toyota Postgame Show.


Former Major League relief pitcher George Frazier has been th
e Rockies analyst for 17 seasons. He is the only analyst to work Rockies televised games on a regular basis since the network acquired the rights at the conclusion of the 1997 season.  Frazier has worked with Drew Goodman each of the past 12 seasons.


Drew has been named the Colorado Sportscaster of the Year ten times and is one of the most versatile broadcasters in sports. Drew Goodman has called Colorado Rockies games for each of the past 12 seasons. He was hired by the network when it launched in 1988, and during his broadcasting career he's covered each of the pro and major college teams in Colorado.


In 2006, 15-year Major League veteran Jeff Huson embarked on a new career in baseball, serving as an analyst for Colorado Rockies coverage. He splits analyst duties in the booth with veteran analyst George Frazier. When not working in the booth, Huson's insights into the game come in are a key component of the Rockies Pregame and Toyota Postgame Show.  


A 20-plus year veteran of radio and television, Marc Stout has been with the network since 2007.  He serves as a reporter for Colorado Rockies broadcasts, and fills in as an analyst and host for the Rockies Pregame and Toyota Postgame Show.


2014 marked a new chapter in the life of former Colorado Rockies outfielder Ryan Spilborghs as he joined the ROOT SPORTS broadcast team. Drafted by the Rockies in 2002, Ryan played 9 seasons with the ball club. Ryan provides his insight of 12 major league seasons on the Rockies Pregame and Toyota Postgame Show.


The former pitcher is making his broadcast debut this year for ROOT SPORTS. Hirsh was a member of the 2007 Rockies World Series team and will provide his insight on the Rockies Pregame and Toyota Postgame Show in the 2014 season.


Drafted in the 7th round of the 2001 Major League Baseball draft by the Colorado Rockies, Sullivan played 6 seasons with the club. Cory will serve as a pregame and postgame analyst throughout the 2014 season.



Joining the broadcast team in 2005, Craig became only the second announcer the Jazz has ever had. Craig began his broadcast career in 1981 in Topeka Kansas. 



For the past 23 years Ron Boone's distinctive voice and unique player's point of view have been a part of the Utah Jazz Games.  A professional player for 13 seasons, Boone finished his career in a Utah Jazz uniform.




Now in his 42nd year in the broadcasting industry, Steve serves as the Jazz's television sideline reporter and also fills the play-by-play announcer when Criag Bolerjack is unavailable. 



Matt is entering his 4th season with the Jazz as the the team's television analyst after joining the Jazz broadcasts in 2009 for several guest appearances. The former Jazz forward spent 12 seasons in the NBA.