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103.9 WYAB enters its 11th season as the flagship station of Mississippi Braves Baseball and features the broadcast of all 140 games with a pre-game show starting 15 minutes before every game and a post-game show after. Tune in as 'The Voice of the M-Braves,' Chris Harris brings you the live, non-stop action of Braves Baseball!

You can also listen to a FREE audio stream of every game with the TuneIn Mobile App or MiLB's 'First Pitch' App, or by CLICKING HERE on mississippibraves.com. Games are also streamed on MiLB.TV HD. Watch live by CLICKING HERE

The M-Braves broadcast booth over the past 15 years has been filled with great talent. Jackson, MS native Bryan Eubank was the inaugural "Voice of The Mississippi Braves" and was with the club from 2005-2007. Bryan has always had a passion for high school athletics and is the Sports Information Director and "The Voice of the Jackson Academy Raiders". Ben Ingram served as "The Voice of the M-Braves" from 2008-2010 before joining the Atlanta Braves Radio Network full-time in 2011. Kyle Tait was the play-by-play "Voice of the M-Braves" from 2011-2016. Tait now runs his own production company, "Tait Productions", where he provides voiceovers for major publishers. Blake Scott was "Voice of the M-Braves" for home games in 2017. Scott is currently the Video Producer for the popular Out of Bounds Show on Jackson's 105.9 The Zone. 

Harris is in his 11th season as a broadcaster in minor league baseball and second with the Mississippi Braves as Director of Communications and radio "Voice of the M-Braves".

Prior to joining the M-Braves, the two-time Southern League Broadcaster of the Year (2013 and 2017) served for three years as the Director of Media Relations and Broadcasting for the Southern League's Biloxi Shuckers. Before moving to Biloxi in 2015, Harris was Manager of Media Relations and Broadcasting and eventually Vice President of Communications for the Jackson (TN) Generals from 2009-2014, earning his first Southern League Broadcaster of the Year award in 2013.

Harris led the public relations efforts for Biloxi's move into MGM Park after a 54-game road trip in 2015 and oversaw the national coverage of the historical beginning of the franchise. Harris was once again recognized by the league in 2017, being awarded the Southern League Broadcaster of the Year award for a second time.

His career as a play-by-play broadcaster has led him to appearances on Seattle Mariners spring training and regular season broadcasts, the 2011 Southern League Home Run Derby and All-Star Game, 2015 exhibition game between the Biloxi Shuckers and Milwaukee Brewers and over 1,400 minor league games.