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Fisher Cats Broadcast Information

Can't make it to the game? Follow the Fisher Cats all season long on MiLB.TV and the Fisher Cats Radio Network:

Tyler Murray, Bob Lipman and Tyler Zickel will once again bring Fisher Cats baseball to the airwaves in 2020, with all 140 games airing on the team's flagship station, AM 610 WGIR. All 70 home games will be available in high definition on MiLB.TV.

Tyler Murray enters his fifth season as the Fisher Cats lead broadcaster, and his eighth in minor league baseball. He spent a combined four seasons with the Dunedin Blue Jays (Toronto's Advanced-A Affiliate) & Daytona Tortugas (Cincinnati Reds Advanced-A Affiliate), and was voted Florida State League Broadcaster of the Year in 2015. The Nashua resident is also the play-by-play voice of Dartmouth Football and Hockey on ESPN+, and broadcasts women's hockey for his alma mater, Boston University. Murray joined Blue Jays broadcaster Mike Wilner to call two Blue Jays Spring Training games this year on the Sportsnet Radio Network and

Bob Lipman, a six-time NSMA New Hampshire Sportscaster of the Year award winner, has been broadcasting games for the Fisher Cats since the team's inaugural season in 2004. Lipman has seen the team move from Gill Stadium to Northeast Dental Dental Stadium (2005), win three championships (2004, 2011, 2018), host three All-Star Games (2008, 2011, 2017), and send over 110 players to the major leagues. As the team's unofficial historian, Lipman handles the Fisher Cats media guide, all-time roster, and so much more. He is also the radio voice of UNH Football, and broadcasts a variety of sports for SNHU and Dartmouth.

Tyler Zickel, who was promoted to Fisher Cats Director of Promotions and Entertainment after the 2018 season, enters his fourth year in New Hampshire. As the Fisher Cats on-field MC, "Zick" has been featured in WMUR's New Hampshire Chronicle and the New Hampshire Union Leader, and works for UNH Football and Hockey in the same capacity during the Fisher Cats offseason. The San Diego native will continue his journey through the Eastern League in 2020, traveling with the team as its primary road broadcaster.