Tom Hutyler

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Tom Hutyler /ˈhʌtlər/ is a Seattle, Washington radio personality and, since 1987, the public address announcer for the Seattle Mariners. Hutyler is also currently a sports reporter for KOMO. Hutyler began his radio career in 1978 in Spokane, Washington, where he was born. A year later he relocated to Seattle to join the on-air staff at KJR (AM), and a few years later Hutyler helped launch KUBE to prominence as a Top 40 station. While at KUBE Hutyler wrote and produced a video tribute to the city of Seattle. He has worked for various Seattle stations in addition to those just mentioned, including KVI and KLSY.

In 2001, the Akron Beacon Journal referred to Hutyler as the "Voice of God".

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