Every Clippers game, home and away, can be heard on the flagship station of the Clippers Radio Network, WMNI 920 AM. Each broadcast begins 30 minutes prior to the first pitch with the "Time Warner Pre-Game Show" and concludes with interviews, highlights and the post-game scoreboard show. WMNI carried selected Clippers weekend games during the 2006 season and was the radio home of the Columbus Jets from 1962-67.
Check back for more information on the Clippers television schedule as it becomes available.
Live audio of every Clippers game is available without charge on the web at clippersbaseball.com. In addition, every home game can be viewed through MILB.TV, a pay-per-view service, also available at clippersbaseball.com
Ryan Mitchell returns for his 8th season with the Clippers broadcast team, his 15th season in professional
baseball. He served as the Voice of the Chillicothe Paints in the Frontier League for six years,
winning the Broadcaster of the Year Award in 2006. He broke into pro ball in 2002 as the #2 broadcaster
with the Double-A Carolina Mudcats. On July 26th 2011, Mitchell had the awesome experience
of calling Justin Germano's perfect game vs. Syracuse, only the 5th 9-inning perfecto in IL history. A
graduate of Bowling Green State University, Mitchell called baseball, football and basketball games
for the Falcons and hosted several sports talk shows on the University's two radio stations. Mitchell
has been the lead voice on the Columbus-based high school wrestling program "Matside with Bob
Dieli" for the past four years and in 2013 he called the OHSAA State Wrestling Championships for Time
Warner Sports Channel.
Scott Leo enters his 11th season of action with Columbus in 2016. Leo called every game from Opening
Day 2006 through 2010 before taking on a reduced role in 2011 to become the Interactive Media
Instructor at Kettering Fairmont High School. In 2013 he became only the second broadcaster to call
1,000 Clippers games. His most memorable moment came on September 16th, 2015 when Tyler Holt
secured a win in game two of the Governors' Cup Championship with an over-the-shoulder catch on
the warning track with two out, the bases loaded and the Clippers clinging to a one-run lead. Leo also
called the final outs of the 2010 and 2011 Triple-A National Championship victories and was featured
in the video documentary entitled "Sentimental Reflections: Baseball in the Heartland." A graduate of
Wright State University, Leo is a broadcaster for his alma mater's basketball teams and provides playby-
play for football and basketball at Wittenberg University in Springfield. In addition, Leo is a broadcaster
for the OHSAA state football and basketball championships on the state-wide OHSAA Radio
Network and calls games on television for Time Warner Cable Sports Channel. Scott lives in Columbus
with his wife Shannon and their four children.
Wayne Harer will continue to serve as the color analyst for Clippers games on television, a role he
has filled for 29 seasons. A man of many hats, Harer played for the Clippers in 1980-82 and currently
serves on the team's Board of Directors. He played 283 games in his Clippers career, batting .259 with
88 RBI. Harer won an IL batting title with Pawtucket in 1980.