Garett Mansfield is in his second season with the Curve and fourth overall in Minor League Baseball. Mansfield joined the Curve prior to the 2018 season and was promoted to the lead play-by-play position after the season.
Before coming to Altoona, Mansfield spent the 2017 season with the Beloit Snappers, Single-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, where he called Midwest League games as the Media Relations & Marketing Manager. He also spent time in the booth with the El Paso Chihuahuas, the Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, in 2016 as their Broadcast & Media Relations Assistant. Before working in professional baseball, Mansfield spent two summers broadcasting baseball in the Alaska Baseball League for the Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks.
Between stops in baseball, he has served as a television play-by-play broadcaster for the West Ohio Sports Network, headquarted in Lima, Ohio. He has called high school football, basketball, volleyball, soccer and hockey for the regional network.
Mansfield began his broadcasting career at Bowling Green State University, where he joined the Bowling Green Radio Sports Organization as a student. Over his four years at BGSU, he called numerous athletic events for the Falcons on each of the two campus radio stations. He traveled frequently with the women's basketball team while BGRSO carried their games exclusively on 88.1 WBGU-FM. Mansfield also voiced the 2014 Mid-American Conference Championship at Ford Field in Detroit between Bowling Green and Northern Illinois.
The Defiance, Ohio native now lives in Altoona with his wife, Carlina, whom he married on March 17, 2018. He enjoys cheering for the Cleveland Browns and Notre Dame football teams in the fall in addition to traveling, watching movies and learning about American history with his wife. Mansfield earned a bachelor's degree in Telecommunications from Bowling Green State University in 2015.
Michael Marcantonini joins the Curve broadcast team ahead of the 2019 season for his first year in affiliated baseball and second in professional baseball.
Marcantonini spent the 2018 season as a play-by-play broadcaster and media relations assistant with the York Revolution of the independent Atlantic League. His previous broadcasting stops include serving as the voice of the Rockford Rivets in the Northwoods League during the summer of 2017 before moving on to call games in the California Winter League in 2018.
A native of Blue Bell, Pa., Marcantonini graduated from Penn State University in May 2017 with a degree in broadcast journalism, certificate in sports journalism and minor in entrepreneurship. He was a member of The LION 90.7 FM student radio station where he called Penn State football, basketball and baseball games, and hosted "The Sports Blitz" talk show. Marcantonini served as the station's sports director during his senior year, and covered the 2017 Rose Bowl and 2016 Big Ten Football Championship. He was also an on-air analyst and producer for "Penn State Sports Night" on PSNtv.
Marcantonini enjoys listening to country music, going to the beach, playing fantasy football and staying active. He's always up to hit a round of batting practice and have a catch, and hopes to eventually visit every MLB ballpark. He's a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, 76ers, Penn State football and Villanova basketball.
US. Foods Curve Radio Network Affiliates
|98.5 FM WRTA||Altoona, PA||Flagship home of the Curve|
|1240 AM WRTA||Altoona, PA||All night games|
|96.1 FM WKMC||Roaring Spring, PA||All day games|
|1370 AM WKMC||Roaring Spring, PA||All day games|
|1260 AM WPHB||Phillipsburg, PA|