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Al Pawlowski is an American sports broadcaster who is based in Cleveland, Ohio. Pawlowski hosts the pre and post-game shows for the Cleveland Indians on the team owned SportsTime Ohio (STO) regional TV network, serves as anchor of the in-game updates, and hosts a couple of weekly Indians related shows on STO as well.
He also does the play-by-play for approximately ten Indians games a season for STO and free TV Indians home WKYC channel 3 (NBC), allowing primary play-by-play announcer Matt Underwood to have time off during the season.
Other Duties 
Pawlowski also works as a fill-in sports anchor for channel 3, does play-by-play for the OHSAA state football and basketball championships on STO, and is the radio voice of the Cleveland State Vikings' men's basketball team on flagship stations WHKW AM 1220/WHK AM 1420 in Cleveland.
Nationally, he has appeared on ESPN and ESPN2, doing the play-by-play for the MISL Championship Series (indoor soccer) (as he was previously the radio voice of the defunct Cleveland Crunch/Force MISL franchises) as well as Little League World Series regional games.
Outside of his sports related work, Pawlowski hosts a show called Three Squares, which is seen on Time Warner Cable's Northeast Ohio Network (NEON) in Cleveland/Akron, featuring restaurants from around the area.
Personal Information 
Pawlowski is the winner of three Emmy awards.
Pawlowski was the closer of the John Carroll University baseball team.