Ed Randall

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Ed Randall
Education Fordham University
Occupation Sportswriter
Author
Radio host

Ed Randall is a longtime New York radio and TV personality and published author. He is a regular contributor to the anthology shows on MLB Network. He also hosts the Sunday morning radio program Ed Randall's Talking Baseball, which airs on New York's WFAN-Radio and "Remember When" nationally on Sirius/XM Radio's MLB Network Radio channel on Saturday mornings. He served as the post-game analyst on the commercial telecasts of the New York Yankees on WWOR-TV and is a host in MLB.com's multimedia department.

He spent seven years in minor league baseball as a play-by-play broadcaster and pinch-hit as the public address announcer at the original Yankee Stadium in 2008 for the legendary Bob Sheppard.

Randall was treated for prostate cancer and founded an awareness and education non-profit charity, Ed Randall's Fans for the Cure.

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Ed Randall's organization is dedicated to increasing prostate cancer awareness and education. Go to Batforthecure.com