Scott Kornberg is the new Voice of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (High A; Carolina League), replacing Nathan Barnett.
“It is such an honor to join the Pelicans organization,” Kornberg said. “They made an incredible impression on me from my time in the Carolina League and I’m so excited to have the opportunity to work with the great fans of the Pelicans and Chicago Cubs. There are so many wonderful people to thank for helping me reach this point in my career and I am absolutely thrilled to serve as the next Voice of the Pelicans.”
The 24-year-old spent the 2015 season in the Carolina League as the Broadcast and Media Relations Assistant with the Winston-Salem Dash. Prior to his time in Winston-Salem, Kornberg served in the same role with the Quad Cities River Bandits (Low A; Midwest League). He has also spent time with Colgate University (N.Y.) and the High Point-Thomasville HiToms (summer collegiate; Coastal Plain League). During the off-season Kornberg also serves as the football and men’s basketball radio broadcaster at Western Illinois University.
The Belle Mead, N.J., native graduated in 2013 from the University of Maryland, where he called Terps men’s basketball, football, baseball and men’s soccer games as the co-Director of the student-run station WMUC Sports.
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