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Panhandle Sports Star 102.9 FM - The Flagship Radio Station of the Amarillo Sod Poodles


Alpha Media USA-Amarillo and 102.9 FM Panhandle Sports Star is the flagship station and the official radio home of the Amarillo Sod Poodles baseball. All 138-games of the Sod Poodles' season, home and road, will be broadcast via the only dedicated FM sports radio in the Panhandle. The 100,000-watt station has a signal radius of up to 85 miles from the heart of downtown Amarillo to reach.


Each broadcast begins 20 minutes prior to first pitch with the Amarillo National Bank Pregame Show, featuring interviews and storylines to get you ready for the game. A 10-15 minute postgame show follows the final out.


To listen on your desktop, please CLICK HERE. You can listen easily on your mobile device and follow all of the action by using the MiLB First Pitch App. Listen Live links are also available for all Sod Poodles baseball games and can be found on

Chris & Stefan Caray - "Voices of Your Amarillo Sod Poodles"

Chris & Stefan Caray enter their second season as the Voices of the Amarillo Sod Poodles in 2023. The identical twins made history in 2022, as the first pair of twins to ever call a professional baseball game together.

Prior to entering the Sod Poodles radio booth, Chris & Stefan spend the 2021 summer calling baseball games for the Cotuit Kettleers in the Cape Cod League - a premier college wood bat league that boasts a long list of former players who have gone on to the play in Major League Baseball. The two have also worked together, calling games for Gwinnett College during their spare time when they were attending the University of Georgia.

The Caray family broadcasting tree includes their father, Chip, who spent the previous 12 seasons as a broadcaster for the Atlanta Braves and begins a new role with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2023. Their grandfather, Skip Caray, was a long-time broadcaster for the Atlanta Braves as well. Josh Caray, their uncle is currently the broadcaster for the Rocket City Trash Pandas. In all, the Caray family has more than 120 years of professional baseball broadcasting experience combined.