Every Clippers game, home and away, can be heard on the flagship station of the Clippers Radio Network, WMNI 920AM. 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. The station carried selected Clippers weekend games during the 2006 season and was the radio home of the Columbus Jets from 1962-67.
Watch for Clippers programming on
SportsTime Ohio, the cable television home of the Cleveland Indians. Clippers players, coaches and the "Voice of the Clippers" Scott Leo will appear on "Indians Minor League Magazine" throughout the season.
This season, SportsTime Ohio will broadcast the following games live:
Monday 6/11 vs. Charlotte, 7:05pm
Monday 7/30 vs. Rochester, 7:05pm
Thursday 8/16 vs. Durham, 7:05pm
Thursday 8/23 vs. Toledo, 7:05pm
Time Warner Cable will also be broadcasting select Clippers games on Channel 24, Time Warner Connections. The games are listed below:
Friday 6/22 vs. Lehigh Valley, 7:05pm
Sunday 7/1 vs. Toledo, 6:05pm
Wednesday 7/18 vs. Louisville, 7:05pm
Sunday 7/29 vs. Rochester, 6:05pm
Friday 8/10 vs. Indianapolis, 7:05pm
Thursday 8/30 vs. Louisville, 7:05pm
Watch for coverage of other Clippers games broadcast on Sports Time Ohio and Time Warner on tape delay.
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
Scott Leo has been with the Clippers since 2006.
In addition to the Clippers, Leo is the play-by-play voice for Wittenberg University football and basketball. A graduate of Wright State University, he is also a television and radio broadcaster for his alma mater's basketball teams.
Leo has previously called college basketball games on Time Warner Sports in Dayton and also contributes to coverage of the NFL and NCAA Basketball Tournament on CBS Radio/Westwood One.
Scott resides in Columbus with his wife Shannon and their children, Austin, Madison, and Joslyn.
Ryan Mitchell joined the the Clippers broadcasts in 2009 after six years as the calling games for the Chillicothe Paints in the independent Frontier League. Previously, Ryan worked for the Carolina Mudcats in the Double-A Southern League.
A graduate of Bowling Green State University, Ryan called baseball, football and men's basketball games for the Falcons and hosted several sports talk shows on the university's radio stations.
Ryan resides in Grove City with his wife Beth and their children Taryn, Regan, and Aidyn.
Wayne Harer will continue to serve as the lead color analyst for Clippers games on television, a role he has filled for 25 seasons.
A man of many hats, Harer played for the Clippers from 1980-1982 and currently serves on the team's Board of Directors. He played 283 games in his Clippers career, batting .259 with 88 RBI.
Wayne resides in Upper Arlington with his wife Paula and their children.
Eric Welch, a former Clippers bullpen catcher, is a fill-in color analyst for Clippers games on radio.
Welch has served as a coach or manager for several teams including Bishop Ready High School, Columbus State Community College, Wofford College and Chillicothe Paints.
Eric, resides in Columbus.