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Brewers Broadcasters

Bob Uecker
Bob Uecker

Entering his 46th season as a broadcaster for his hometown team, calling games on 620 WTMJ and the Brewers Radio Network, Bob Uecker celebrates his 61st year in baseball.

Uecker earned the prestigious Ford C. Frick Award in 2003 and will forever be recognized in Baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.  On July 27, 2003, he made one of the most memorable speeches in Hall of Fame history as he left his audience, including  President George H.W. Bush, in tears from laughter. 

Also in 2003, Uecker became a member of the Brewers Walk of Fame, which is located near home plate outside Miller Park.  In 2012, he was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame. 

On August 31, 2012, Uecker was given a very special honor as a statue bearing his likeness was dedicated outside Miller Park.  The ceremony was attended by celebrities, current and former players, family and friends.  Uecker's statue joined those previously dedicated to former Major League Baseball Commissioner Allan H. "Bud" Selig and Hall of Famers Hank Aaron and Robin Yount.

On April 25, 2014, a second statue was dedicated in Uecker's honor, this one in the last row of the "Uecker Seats" on Miller Park's Terrace Level.  The statue commemorates Uecker's Miller Lite commercials in which he famously delivered the often repeated line, "I must be in the front row!"  The statue allows fans a special photo opportunity.  Also in 2014, Uecker was commissioned into the new Brewers Wall of Honor inaugural class.

Known across the country as "Mr. Baseball," Uecker is highly respected in the industry.  In 2001, he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame, where he joined such baseball broadcasting luminaries as Vin Scully, Mel Allen, Red Barber, Ernie Harwell and Jack Brickhouse, as well as other American icons such as Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Edward R. Murrow and Orson Welles.  In 2011, he was inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame.

Uecker has been named Wisconsin Sportscaster of the Year five times during his career and was inducted into the Wisconsin Sports Hall of Fame in 1998.  Also for his efforts, he was inducted into the Wisconsin Performing Artists Hall of Fame in 1993, which was established in 1983 to honor nationally and internationally known performing artists with Wisconsin ties.  In 1994, Uecker was elected to the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.  In January 1995, he earned the "Big B.A.T." Award from the Baseball Assistance Team at a dinner in New York City for his continuing support of former Major League stars who are in need of assistance.

Uecker's big break can be traced to a 1969 visit with Al Hirt, a renowned jazz trumpeter from New Orleans.  Hirt opened a small nightclub in Atlanta and asked Uecker to come on stage.  Hirt was so impressed that he arranged an appearance for Uecker on The Tonight Show, starring Johnny Carson.  Uecker became one of Carson's favorite guests, making 100+ appearances before Carson retired in 1992.  He also made appearances on The Mike Douglas and Merv Griffin Shows, Late Night with David Letterman, and as guest host on Saturday Night Live.

Uecker became a national celebrity, and the ABC Network took advantage of his popularity.  He made appearances on The Superstars and The Midnight Special, which opened the door for more high-profile appearances.

A versatile talent, Uecker's credits go far beyond guest appearances and play-by-play.  In 1985, he launched a television acting career as one of the stars of ABC's sitcom Mr. Belvedere, which put 122 episodes into syndication.  He also hosted two syndicated television shows, Bob Uecker's Wacky World of Sports and Bob Uecker's War of the Stars.

Uecker was one of the Miller Lite All-Stars in popular commercials for the beer during the 1980s.  He was also cast as a radio announcer in the movie Major League, which was filmed at County Stadium, and Major League II.  Uecker even made appearances in the pro wrestling circuit, serving as a host at WrestleMania III and WrestleMania IV, earning him a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2010.

Uecker's experience broadcasting Brewers games both on radio and television gained him national recognition as he went on to serve as color commentator for ABC Sports coverage of Monday Night Baseball, the League Championship Series and World Series.

Uecker's accomplishments are not limited to the electronic medium.  He authored a book entitled Catcher in the Wry, a humorous look back on the years he spent as a catcher with the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves, St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies during six seasons in the Major Leagues.  One of his career highlights as a player came in 1964, when he was a member of the world champion St. Louis Cardinals.

Despite his national attention and success, Uecker never forgot his roots.  Last year, he was honored with the Lombardi Foundation's Award of Excellence for his role in helping raise funds and awareness for cancer research.  His philanthropic efforts have also benefitted several local organizations, including the United Performing Arts Fund, the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer Fund, the Milwaukee Symphony, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee and Big Brothers/Big Sisters. 

In addition, Uecker is an advocate for organizations that battle cystic fibrosis and heart disease, and is involved with the Wisconsin Department of Tourism and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Jeff Levering
Jeff Levering

Jeff Levering enters his second season with the Brewers after joining the organization in January 2015. 

In addition to calling play-by-play on 620 WTMJ, Levering has also provided content through the Club's social media platforms as host of a podcast called Brewers on Tap and as author of the Minor Details blog, which features information on the team's minor-league system.

This past offseason, Levering also served as a play-by-play announcer for college basketball games on FOX Sports and the Big Ten Network.

Levering previously spent two seasons (2013-14) as the lead broadcaster of the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox.  He worked for three seasons (2010-12) as the radio voice and manager of public relations for the Double-A Springfield Cardinals.  Prior to arriving in Springfield, he spent three seasons (2007-09) as director of broadcasting/media relations for the Class-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. 

Levering began his professional broadcasting career in 2005 as a field reporter and associate producer for Fox Sports West/Prime Ticket in Los Angeles, covering the Angels, Lakers and UCLA.

Levering received his degree in broadcast journalism from Chapman University in Orange, California, where he also played baseball all four years.  He was the starting designated hitter on the 2003 D-III national championship team. 

Jeff and his wife, Ashley, have a son named Brock.

Lane Grindle
Lane Grindle

Grindle joins the Brewers after 10 seasons (2006-15) behind the microphone for University of Nebraska Baseball radio broadcasts on the

Husker Sports Network. He spent his first two seasons as the Cornhuskers' pre/post-game host before becoming the play-by-play announcer in 2008.

In addition to his role with the baseball team, Grindle held positions as a pre-game host/sideline announcer for Nebraska Football (2007-15) and also

hosted a television show for Nebraska Basketball (2008-13).

"My family and I were only willing to leave such a tremendous place like Nebraska for a truly special opportunity and culture," said Grindle.

"It was very apparent to us from early on in the process that the Milwaukee Brewers provided both of those things. I am very honored to be joining such a rich broadcasting history."

Grindle graduated from the University of South Dakota in 2004 with a degree in contemporary media and journalism and minor in history.

He and his wife, Ali, have three daughters, Josie, Payton and Harper, and a son named Luke.

Kent Sommerfeld
Kent Sommerfeld

Kent Sommerfeld enters his 31st season as the producer of Brewers radio broadcasts.

A Wisconsin native, Sommerfeld has acquired a wide range of experience during his tenure in the broadcasting field. He has been the radio producer/director for the Marquette University radio network since 1990 and periodically fills in doing men's basketball play-by-play. Sommerfeld was named director of the Marquette basketball radio network in 1999 and does play-by-play for Marquette University women's basketball on the BIG EAST Digital Network. He also works as a freelance producer and engineer for NBA games.

Sommerfeld attended the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he earned a degree in communications and broadcast journalism. While at Whitewater, Sommerfeld was the sports director of Cable TV-6, a wing of Whitewater's cable system, as well as the co-host of Sports Chat, a sports talk show on WSUW-Radio.

In addition to his radio accolades, Sommerfeld has worked with ESPN's technical staff on several events in the Midwest. He also worked at KRBC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Abilene, Texas, as a sports/news photojournalist.

Born in Milwaukee, Sommerfeld attended Brookfield Central High School. Kent and his wife, Karen, reside in New Berlin with their sons, Peter, Luke and Donovan.

Brian Anderson
Brian Anderson

Brian Anderson was named Brewers play-by-play announcer on January 10, 2007.  The 2016 season marks his 10th as a Major League broadcaster. 

Anderson has twice been honored with the Wisconsin Sportscaster of the Year Award, presented by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters of America (2013 and 2014).

For the past eight seasons, Anderson has been tabbed by TBS to do play-by-play for the network's coverage of the postseason.  In 2011, he called the Brewers-Cardinals NLCS.  In 2010, he was behind the mic for Roy Halladay's historic no-hitter for the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 1 of the NLDS vs. Cincinnati. 

Since 2010, Anderson has called network play-by-play for Turner Sports' Sunday MLB on TBS package.  He will continue to call select Sunday national games in 2016.  In addition to baseball, he has covered the NCAA Basketball Tournament for Turner/CBS Sports since 2012, the NBA on TNT since 2014, and added the NFL on CBS in 2014.

Anderson joined the Brewers from the Golf Channel, where he was a play-by-play announcer from 2003-06.  In his role there, he served as a host for a variety of the network's events, including the PGA Tour and Nationwide Tour.  Anderson also worked at FOX Sports Southwest, calling NCAA college basketball from 2002-07 and serving as a sideline reporter for the San Antonio Spurs from 1999-2007, where he saw the Spurs win three NBA championships.

From 1998-2000, Anderson handled Minor League and Little League Baseball telecasts for ESPN.  He received his start in baseball with the Double-A San Antonio Missions of the Texas League, serving as a radio/television play-by-play announcer from 1994-2003.

Anderson played catcher on the nationally-ranked baseball team at St. Mary's University (Texas) and graduated cum laude from the school in 1993 with a degree in English-communications.  His brother, Mike, had a stint in the majors as a pitcher with the Cincinnati Reds (1993) and is currently a Major League scout with the Texas Rangers.

Brian and his wife, Michele, and daughter, Maddy, reside in Hartland, Wisconsin.

Bill Schroeder
Bill Schroeder

Bill Schroeder enters his 22nd season as color commentator on Brewers telecasts. 

Schroeder began his career behind the microphone in 1995 following a distinguished playing career as a catcher.  Only Hall of Famer Bob Uecker has broadcast more games in franchise history.  On July 17, 2015, Schroeder was enshrined on the prestigious Brewers Wall of Honor.

For the past 13 winters, Schroeder has also served as the coordinator of Brewers Fantasy Camp.  The camp is always a hit, selling out each year at the Brewers' Spring Training home in Maryvale, Arizona.

Schroeder spent eight seasons (1983-90) in the majors with the Brewers and California Angels, posting a career-best .332 batting average in 1987.  He caught Juan Nieves' no-hitter on April 15, 1987 at Baltimore in the midst of the team's Major League record-tying 13-0 start.  In addition, he clubbed a career-high 14 home runs and had 42 RBI in a backup role that season.  Schroeder was traded to the Angels following the 1988 campaign before retiring in 1990.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Princeton, New Jersey, Schroeder graduated from West Windsor Plainsboro High School, where he earned All-State honors as a junior and senior.  He attended Clemson University, leading the Tigers to the Atlantic Coast Conference title in 1978 and 1979.

"Rock" and his wife, Kate, reside in New Berlin, Wisconsin.  He has two daughters, Lindsey and Mallory, a son, Billy, and a granddaughter, Madelyn.  The couple also has a miniature dachshund named Rupert.

Schroeder tweets from @BrewersFanCamp.

Jerry Augustine
Jerry Augustine

Jerry Augustine enters his ninth season as an analyst with FOX Sports Wisconsin.

Augustine played his entire 10-year Major League career with the Brewers after being drafted out of the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse in 1974.  In 1976, he was named to the American League All-Rookie Team and was selected by Milwaukee baseball writers as Brewers Rookie of the Year.  In June 2014, Augustine was part of the inaugural class of inductees to the Brewers Wall of Honor. 

A native of Kewaunee, Wisconsin, Augustine was high school teammates with Jack Novak, who later played in the NFL, and Dale Koehler, who went on to start for the University of Wisconsin basketball team for three years.

Following his playing career, Augustine was head coach at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee from 1995-2006, where he compiled a record of 347-297-1.  His teams made three appearances in the NCAA Tournament.

Fans can follow Augustine on Twitter at @Jaugie46.

Craig Coshun
Craig Coshun

Craig Coshun begins his 16th season covering the Brewers as a pre-game host and sideline reporter for select games on FOX Sports Wisconsin.  Coshun has also filled in as the play-by-play announcer during his time with the team.  Following the baseball season, he performs the same duties for the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks. 

Coshun is a veteran sportscaster in the state, calling several events for the University of Wisconsin, the Big Ten Network and the ESPN family of networks.  He has also handled the WIAA state high school football championships.    

Coshun and his FOX Sports Wisconsin production team have captured multiple Emmy Awards for their work covering the Brewers and Bucks.       

Coshun began his television broadcast career in Eau Claire at NBC affiliate WEAU before landing in Madison, where he was the sports director at NBC affiliate WMTV until 2000.  He also co-hosts the Brewers Extra Innings postgame show on 620 WTMJ Radio. 

Craig is a graduate of UW-Whitewater.  He and his wife, Pam, reside in Verona, Wisconsin, with their sons, John and Jake.

Fans can find Coshun on Twitter at @CraigCoshun. 

Telly Hughes
Telly Hughes

Telly Hughes enters his eighth season as an on-field reporter for Milwaukee Brewers telecasts on FOX Sports Wisconsin.

Hughes, a former collegiate pitcher, played at Illinois State University, where he majored in mass communication and broadcast journalism.  Upon graduation, he started building his reputation in the world of sports broadcasting.  He began his career as a teleprompter operator for a morning show in St. Louis, where he shadowed sports reporters at the station.

Hughes was later hired as a weekend sports reporter for WMAZ in Macon, Georgia.  He continued to gain experience in front of the camera and eventually moved to Des Moines, Iowa, to work for NBC affiliate, WHO.  Hughes returned home to St. Louis to work for KPLR before making his way to FOX Sports North in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  He spent a year at FOX Sports North, covering the Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Wild.

Hughes made the transition to FOX Sports Wisconsin in February 2009.  Over the last seven years, he has worked as a reporter and host for FOX Sports Wisconsin, covering the regional network's pre-game, sideline, and post-game coverage for the Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks.

A native of East St. Louis, Illinois, Hughes resides in Milwaukee with his family.

Matt Lepay
Matt Lepay

Matt Lepay returns for his third season on the television broadcast team with FOX Sports Wisconsin after joining the organization in January 2014.

Lepay has earned Wisconsin Sportscaster of the Year honors seven times, presented by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.  Since 1994, he has been the voice of Wisconsin Badgers football, and the 2015-16 season marks his 28th as the men's basketball play-by-play announcer. 

In his time with the University of Wisconsin, Lepay has announced five Rose Bowl Games and 19 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament appearances, including the Badgers' trips to the 2000, 2014 and 2015 Final Four.

Lepay joined WIBA Radio in Madison in 1994 after a stint as sports director at WTSO Radio (also in Madison).  He authored a book entitled Why Not Wisconsin?, released in 2012.  The book chronicles the Wisconsin football and basketball programs since he arrived in Wisconsin in 1988.  In addition to his play-by-play duties, Lepay handles a number of speaking appearances on behalf of UW Athletics.

A native of Dayton, Ohio, Lepay and his wife, Linda, reside in Cross Plains, Wisconsin.  Lepay received his bachelor's degree in journalism from Ohio State University.

Fans can follow Lepay on Twitter at @MattLepay.

Sophia Minnaert
Sophia Minnaert

Sophia Minnaert begins her fourth season as a sideline reporter for Brewers broadcasts on FOX Sports Wisconsin.  She also contributes to the network's social media coverage.

Prior to joining Brewers television, Minnaert worked for PlayOn! Sports Midwest on high school state championships for FOX Sports Wisconsin, Fox Sports Midwest and CSN Chicago.  She also worked as a feature reporter on FOX Sports Wisconsin's Prep Zone.

A native of Madison, Wisconsin, Minnaert graduated from Edgewood High School.  In 2009, she graduated from Marquette University with degrees in journalism and Spanish language and literature.

Minnaert and FOX Sports Wisconsin traveled to the Dominican Republic in November 2013 for the series Baseball in the Dominican Republic, which included features on the Brewers Academy and former Brewer Carlos Gomez, and the Emmy-nominated Baseball in the Dominican Republic: Jean Segura.

Minnaert works on Milwaukee Bucks broadcasts, WIAA football state championships and Hockey Day Minnesota for FOX Sports North in addition to her role with the Brewers.

Minnaert can be found on Twitter at @SophiaMinnaert.

Dave Nelson
Dave Nelson

Dave Nelson enters his 10th season as an analyst for FOX Sports Wisconsin broadcasts.  He also serves as Brewers director of alumni relations and leads the team's speakers bureau.  In his front office role, Nelson maintains a database of former Brewers players and organizes events for Brewers alumni.

Prior to his current role, Nelson served as Brewers first base coach from 2003-06.  In 2001 and 2002, he was a minor league outfield instructor with the organization.  Nelson began his Major League coaching career in 1981 with Chicago-AL and later spent time coaching in Cleveland, Oakland and Montreal.  In 1980, he was on the coaching staff at Texas Christian University.

Nelson enjoyed a 10-year Major League playing career from 1968-77.  The former infielder played for Cleveland, Washington, Texas and Kansas City.  His 51 stolen bases with the Rangers in 1972 ranked second in the American League and fifth in the Major Leagues that season.  The following year, he was an American League All-Star with Texas as he batted .286 with 7 HR, 48 RBI and 43 stolen bases in 142 games.

Born in Fort Still, Oklahoma, Nelson graduated from Junipero Serra High School in California.  He attended Compton Junior College for one year and Los Angeles State College for two years.  Nelson also served in the Army Reserve for six years. 

Nelson sits on the board of directors for Open Arms Home for Children in South Africa.  He currently splits time between Bradenton, Florida, and Milwaukee. 

Hector Molina
Hector Molina Hector Molina began his career in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico, with WBQN radio as a morning DJ and sports commentator. While in Puerto Rico, he also served as color commentator for amateur baseball games.

Molina continued his broadcast career after relocating to Chicago. From 1982-93, he worked for WOPA radio and WOJO radio in the news departments and as a morning DJ. In Chicago, he served as a play-by-play announcer for the Bears (1987-88), Cubs (1987-88), White Sox (1992-99) and Bulls (1992-99).

Molina worked for ESPN from 1998-2000, covering the baseball playoffs and the 1998 World Series. In 2005, he once again covered the baseball playoffs and the World Series, this time for Univision Radio. Most recently, Molina covered the Chicago Bears preseason for Telemundo Chicago and continues to cover the Milwaukee Brewers for Telemundo Wisconsin.

Molina is a 1977 graduate of Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, where he earned a degree in social sciences. He did post-graduate work at Governor's State University in University Park, Ill.

Molina served in Vietnam from 1966-69 with the Army, and then again in 1973 with the Navy. Chicago is home to Molina and his wife, Enid, their four children, and three grandchildren.