Arizona Diamondbacks Radio Networks

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The Arizona Diamondbacks Radio Networks are 2 radio networks, of 24 total stations with 2 F.M. translators, carrying games of the Arizona Diamondbacks.[1] There is an English-language network consisting of 20 stations and a Spanish-language network of 4 stations, including one in Mexico. The English-language network originates at KTAR/620 in Phoenix, Arizona & KTAR-FM/92.3 in Glendale, Arizona and the Spanish-language network originates at KSUN/1400 in Phoenix. The main play-by-play announcer on the English-language network is Greg Schulte. The color analyst is former major-leaguer Tom Candiotti. The games' pre- & post-game host is Jeff Munn who also fills in on play-by-play. On the Spanish-language network, the play-by-play announcer is Oscar Soria and the color Analyst is Miguel Quintana. The fill-in color analyst is Richard Saenz. [2]

Station list[edit]

Flagships (3 stations)[edit]

  • KTAR-FM/92.3: Glendale
  • KTAR/620: Phoenix
  • KSUN/1400: Phoenix (2014-)

Affiliates (22 stations)[edit]

United States (21 stations + 2 translators)[edit]

Arizona (stations + 2 translators)[edit]
New Mexico (5 stations)[edit]
Texas (1 station)[edit]

Mexico (6 stations)[edit]

Sonora (6 stations)[edit]

Unsure status (4 stations)[edit]

  • KDJI/1270: Holbrook, Arizona (listed on the Diamondbacks' affiliate list but not the frequency).
  • KJJJ/102.3: Laughlin, Nevada (callsign is listed on the Diamondbacks' site but not the frequency & is listed with KNTR).
  • KZUZ/93.5: Show Low, Arizona (listed as simulcasting KZUA but not as the affiliate of record for Show Low).

Former flaghips (1 station)[edit]

  • KBMB/710: Black Canyon City, Arizona (????-2013)

Former affiliates[edit]

  • XEHOS-AM/1540: Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico (????-2013)

Notes:

  • Spanish-language stations are listed in italics.
  • Translators are listed smaller than full-power stations.

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