Joe Block

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Joe Block (born 1978) is a radio announcer who calls games for the Milwaukee Brewers.[1] He succeeded Cory Provus who departed for the Twins replacing John Gordon who retired after the 2011 Major League Baseball season.[2]

Broadcasting career[edit]

Block works with veteran broadcaster and former Major League Baseball catcher Bob Uecker. He called minor league games for the Great Falls White Sox, Jacksonville Suns, Billings Mustangs, and select games for the final two seasons of the Montreal Expos. Block served as a post-game host for the Los Angeles Dodgers on the radio. He was the radio studio host and backup announcer for the New Orleans Hornets and handled play-by-play for various regional networks for college football and basketball before the Brewers hired him.

Personal life[edit]

Block grew up in Roseville, Michigan. He graduated from Michigan State University of 1999 and resides on the east side of Milwaukee with his wife, Bethany.

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