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Published September 5, 2012
RETURNING TO THE RAVINE: The Dodgers announced that Spanish-language radio play-by-play announcer Jamie Jarrin in '13 will return for a 55th season on KTNQ-AM as part of a three-year contract. The team also signed contract renewals for Spanish-language radio announcers Fernando Valenzuela and Pepe Yniguez. Additionally, Eric Collins and Steve Lyons were retained for Dodgers broadcasts on Prime Ticket and KCAL-CBS, while Charley Steiner and Rick Monday were re-signed for Dodgers broadcasts on KLAC-AM (Dodgers).
GOIN' TO CAROLINA: In Raleigh, Chip Alexander notes Chantel McCabe is joining the Hurricanes TV broadcast team on FS Carolinas "as a sideline reporter and host." McCabe "replaces Bob Harwood, who left after last season." She previously was a "general assignment reporter for WGGB-ABC 40 in Springfield, Mass." McCabe joins Hurricanes play-by-play announcer John Forslund and analyst Tripp Tracy on the telecasts (Raleigh NEWS & OBSERVER, 9/1).
HI, MY NAME IS...: In Jacksonville, Ryan O'Halloran introduced himself as the new Jaguars beat writer for the FLORIDA TIMES-UNION. O'Halloran wrote, "I come to Jacksonville after covering the Washington Redskins for eight years -- one for the Newport News (Va.) Daily Press, five for the Washington Times and two for Comcast Sports Net" (JACKSONVILLE.com, 9/4).