2005 Broadcast & Reid Vance
Jackson, MS - The Jackson Senators of the Central Baseball League (CBL) announced today ESPN Radio 1240 will broadcast all the Sens action during the 2005 season. It was also announced that Reid Vance has joined the Senators staff as Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations.
Vance, a Clinton, MS resident, will broadcast all 94 regular season games plus any pre or post-season games of the 2005 season. He graduated from Mississippi College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and is expected to complete course work towards his Masters of Science in Communications this fall. He has more than 9 years of play-by-play experience in college and high school sports and has won 17 Mississippi Association of Broadcasters awards for sports, public affairs and commercial production.
Senators Vice President & General Manager Craig Brasfield said, We are thrilled to announce our continued broadcast partnership with ESPN Radio. The name ESPN brings worldwide recognition which gives our game broadcasts instant credibility.
The Jackson Senators are part of the Central Baseball League, an independent league of eight professional baseball teams located throughout four southern states. The league is preparing for its twelfth season this summer with teams located in Edinburg, El Paso, Ft. Worth, Robstown, and San Angelo, Texas; Shreveport, Louisiana; Pensacola, Florida; and Jackson, Mississippi. The CBL will play a 94-game schedule between May and August 2004.
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