Rich Burk and Tim Hagerty are back in the broadcast booth.
The Portland Beavers (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) are back on Sunny 1550 KKAD and KPAM 860, which will broadcast all 144 of the team’s regular-season games, the 2009 Cricket Wireless Triple-A All-Star Game and potential playoff contests during the upcoming season.
Sunny 1550 KKAD has been the official flagship station for the Beavers since 2003 and will air 120 of the team’s regular-season games in 2009. New this season, 24 games -– including all Saturday contests and games on April 17 and May 8 -– will be aired on KPAM 860.
“We are pleased to continue working with KKAD and the Pamplin Media Group once again while showcasing a number of games to new listeners on KPAM this season,” said Ryan Brach, senior vice president of business development and broadcasting for the Beavers.
“KKAD and KPAM are pleased to be a part of the Portland Beavers experience,” said Rick Belcher, general manager and program director for KPAM and KKAD. “It seems that interest in America’s pastime does nothing but grow, and we look forward to bringing the play-by-play of Portland’s own baseball team to thousands of listeners.”