Steve Zabriskie (born May 13, 1947) is a sports announcer who is best known for calling Major League Baseball. He also played professional baseball, but injuries forced him to retire.
Announcing career 
Zabriskie was the voice of the New York Mets for six seasons from 1983 through 1989. He also called Boston Red Sox games in 1997 and called baseball and college basketball games for ESPN as well as college football games for ABC Sports. In addition to the Mets, Red Sox, ABC, and ESPN, he called NFL and college basketball games for CBS Sports for two seasons and was a member of The Baseball Network. His partner for Mets broadcasts were among Tim McCarver, Rusty Staub, and veteran sportscaster and baseball player, Ralph Kiner. He also called baseball games for ABC and the California Angels. He also covered track-and-field for CBS.