SEVIERVILLE - The Tennessee Smokies have announced that the Smokies Radio Network will be broadcasting their games for the 2019 season on Talk Radio 92.3 / AM 760. Fans will be able to listen to the Voice of the Tennessee Smokies, Mick Gillispie all season long.
Fans will also be able to enjoy Smokies games throughout the 2019 season on the Talk Radio 92.3 app available in the app store.
"We are beyond excited to be the new home of one of the finest baseball operations in the country," added Talk Radio 92.3 / AM 760 General Manager John Adams. "Personally I have been a Smokies fan for years and now to be involved with such a fine professional organization is a dream come true, not just for me but for our entire staff. We are looking forward to a long lasting, successful relationship."
Talk Radio 92.3 / AM 760 is Knoxville's home to top conservative talk show hosts Glenn Beck, Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage, Lars Larson, Dennis Prager and George Noory. Daily programming also includes our local morning show, Real News with Mr. Henry and Nick Crawford and in the afternoons, financial expert Dave Ramsey. Talk Radio 92.3 / AM 760 is Knoxville's talk you can trust!
"We are very excited to be partnering up with Talk Radio 92.3 / AM 760 for the 2019 season," stated Boyd Sports President and COO Chris Allen. "We are thrilled to be working with John Adams and his great team over there. Both parties are extremely ready to get the ball rolling as we can't wait to get started with baseball season right around the corner."
The Smokies will commence their 2019 home campaign against the Mississippi Braves on Thursday, April 4, 2019. The full schedule for next season and season ticket information can be found online at smokiesbaseball.com, or by calling the Smokies Ticket Office at 865-286-2300.
ABOUT THE TENNESSEE SMOKIES
The Tennessee Smokies are the Double-A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. Members of the ten-team Southern League, Smokies baseball has been entertaining families and fans of America's national pastime in the East Tennessee region for over 100 years. To learn more about the Tennessee Smokies, visit www.smokiesbaseball.com
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