Having spent his career analyzing the game from his position in center field, eight-time Gold Glove winner Jim Edmonds is now poised to offer his insight from a new perch, as a member of the FOX Sports Midwest broadcast team.
After three seasons of working as an analyst for the FOX Sports Midwest pregame and postgame shows, Edmonds is moving to the broadcast booth, where he’ll work alongside play-by-play announcer Dan McLaughlin for 30 regular-season games.
The addition of Edmonds is part of a shuffle designed to help the Cardinals’ Radio Network fill its analyst spot on the road now that Mike Shannon will be broadcasting only home games. Rick Horton will take Shannon’s place alongside radio play-by-play man John Rooney on the road, leaving him with a smaller slate of TV games overall.
Al Hrabosky and Tim McCarver will also rotate in as analysts alongside McLaughlin throughout the season. Edmonds will maintain his in-studio presence as well, as FOX Sports Midwest has him lined up to serve as the pregame and postgame analyst for approximately 20 other games.
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