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League Championship Series umpire rotations announced
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10/07/2002 3:38 PM ET
League Championship Series umpire rotations announced
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Major League Baseball has assigned two umpiring crews to work the American and National League Championship Series scheduled to begin on Tuesday, Oct. 8, it was announced today.

Twenty-seven-year veteran umpire Ed Montague will call the balls and strikes in Game 1 of the ALCS. Montague, working his eighth LCS, will be joined by Mike Everitt (1st LCS), Brian Gorman (1st LCS), Larry Young (3rd LCS), Dana DeMuth (4th LCS) and Ed Rapuano (3rd LCS).

Randy Marsh, a 21-year veteran umpire working his fifth LCS, will be behind the plate for Game 1 of the NLCS. Joining Marsh will be Jeff Nelson (1st LCS), Dale Scott (4th LCS), Jeff Kellogg (3rd LCS), Tim Welke (4th LCS) and Charlie Reliford (3rd LCS).

The umpiring crew for the 98th World Series will be announced when it is assigned.

2002 American League Championship Series Assignments

Game 1 Umpire Previous LCS worked
HP Ed Montague* 7 ('79, '84, '87, '92, '96, '99, '01)
1B Mike Everitt None
2B Brian Gorman None
3B Larry Young 2 ('92, '98)
LF Dana DeMuth 3 ('91, '95, '00)
RF Ed Rapuano 2 ('99, '00)

2002 National League Championship Series Assignments

Game 1 Umpire Previous LCS worked
HP Randy Marsh* 4 ('89, '92, '95, '00)
1B Jeff Nelson None
2B Dale Scott 3 ('96, '99, '00)
3B Jeff Kellogg 2 ('99, '01)
LF Tim Welke 3 ('91, '98, '01)
RF Charlie Reliford 2 ('99, '01)

* -- Denotes Crew Chief

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