2015 Red Sox Radio Network

The Shaw’s Star Market WEEI Red Sox Radio Network looks much the same as it has for the last few seasons as Dave O’Brien and Joe Castiglione return for their 9th season together in the booth as the primary announcers for Boston Red Sox baseball.  All the games will be broadcast from the team’s flagship station WEEI-FM 93.7 in Boston to its network affiliates through out New England, New York, New Mexico and Wyoming.  As well as having all the home games carried along the XM Satellite Radio network. You can also listen to Dave and Joe via MLB AtBat app on your smartphone or tablet.

O’Brien, a New Hampshire native who enters his 9th season in WEEI booth, is probably the most familiar amongst the Red Sox radio crew for the non-Red Sox or non-baseball fan in the crowd due to his heavy schedule with ESPN.  In addition to his duties as the Red Sox lead announcer, Obie does the Monday night games for ESPN with Rick Sutcliffe and Aaron Boone.  Prior to joining the Red Sox, O’Brien was the play-by-play announcer for the Florida Marlins radio network from 1993 to 2001 until he left to go to ESPN. While at the World Wide Leader he has called in addition to baseball, World Cup Soccer, college basketball, NBA, MLS and the women’s college basketball Final Four.  He has also called games for the New York Mets, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons and the University of Georgia.

Castiglione, a Hamden CT native, joined to Red Sox broadcasts in 1983 and has worked with such luminaries as Bob Starr, Ken Coleman and Jerry Trupiano in his 33 seasons.  Castiglione, who grew up a Yankees fan, has become well known in Red Sox lore for his call of the final out of the 2004 World Series, which ended the team’s 86 year drought without a championship.  When he is not in the radio booth you can usually find Joe teaching sports broadcasting at Northeastern University.  He has also called games for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and Milwaukee Brewers in his career.

Mike Mutnansky is entering his 2nd season hosting the Red Sox pre-game and post-game shows on the Red Sox Radio Network since taking over for John Ryder early last season. Mut will also handle “”Sox Talk”  the call in show that airs during rain delays in the game. When not involved with Red Sox baseball, he also part of the Planet Mikey Show and has his own show from 10 p.m. to midnight.

Over the air the Red Sox Radio Network has nearly 60 stations in 9 states.

Here is a list of all the affiliates for the WEEI Red Sox Radio Network in 2015:

State/Station Frequency City
WTIC AM 1080 Hartford
WILI AM 1400 Willimantic
WGCH AM 1490 Greenwich
WINY AM 1350 Putnam
WLAD AM 820 Danbury
WEEI FM 93.7 Boston
WVEI AM 1440 Worcester
WWEI FM 105.5 Springfield
WEII FM 96.3 Cape Cod
WSAR AM 1480 Fall River
WBEC AM 1420 Pittsfield
WBSM AM 1420 New Bedford
WMRC AM 1490 Milford
WBOQ FM 104.9 Beverly
WPKZ AM 1280 Fitchburg
WNAW AM 1230 North Adams
WCRN AM 830 Worcester
WSBS AM 860 Great Barrington
Rhode Island
WVEI FM 103.7 Providence
New Hampshire
WZEI FM 101.5 Concord
WEEY FM 93.5 Keene
WQSO FM 97.7 Rochester
WTSL AM 1400 Hanover
WTPL FM 107.7 Hillsboro
WNTK FM 97.7 New London
WCFR AM 1480 New London
WGAM AM 1250 Manchester
WGHM AM 900 Nashua
WFTN AM 1240 Franklin
WPHN AM 1300 Plymouth
WFYK 96.3 FM Walpole
WNCL AM 1010 Newport
WLTN AM 1400 Littleton
WMOU AM 1230 Berlin
WPEI FM 95.9 Portland/Saco
WZON AM 620 Bangor
WJJB FM 96.3 Portland
WDEA AM 1370 Ellsworth
WHOO FM 100.1 Houlton
WZLO FM 103.1 Dover/Foxcroft
WQDY FM 92.7 Calais
WSYY AM 1240 Millinocket
WEGP AM 1390 Presque Isle
WKTJ FM 99.3 Farmington
WALZ FM 95.3 Machias
WLOB AM 1310 Portland
WYBA FM 105.5 Rockland
WWOD FM 93.9 Woodstock
WCVP FM 101.3 Burlington
WSTJ AM 1340 St. Johnsbury
WYSB AM 1380 Rutland
WIKE AM 1490 Newport
WCVR AM 1320 Randolph
WDEV FM 96.1 Waterbury
WDEV AM 550 Waterbury
WLVI FM 93.9 Morrisville
New York
WOFX AM 980 Albany
WCKL AM 560 Hudson
WRSB AM 1310 Canandaigua
WSAB AM 1590 Brockport
WKAJ AM 1120 Saint Johnsville
KSGT FM 93.3 Jackson
KSGT AM 1340 Jackson