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CHATHAM, Mass. ' The Chatham Athletic Association today announced its broadcast team for the 2022 Cape Cod Baseball League season.
Joe Puccio, a sophomore at Syracuse University, and Ian Unsworth, a junior at Syracuse, will provide play-by-play for every regular season and postseason game on the Cape Cod Baseball Network, now in its 20th year. The season's first broadcast will be June 12 when Chatham hosts Cotuit.
"Joe and Ian are dynamic, creative and passionate student journalists,' CAA Media Consultant Dan D'Uva said. "We're thrilled to welcome Joe and Ian to the Anglers family and look forward to their contributions and growth."
Fans can enjoy all of the Anglers broadcasts at no cost in conjunction with long-time service provider TRZ Teamline. All games, both home and away, can be heard online and by a toll-free telephone number. A multi-camera HD video stream accompanies broadcasts for all home games.
Broadcasts begin 20 minutes prior to first pitch with a pregame show consisting of The Manager's Show with Tom Holiday and Catch of the Day with featured player guests. The Anglers Extra postgame show follows each game, complete with highlights and interviews.
Additional broadcast content will be published on the Chatham Anglers' digital media channels, including SoundCloud and YouTube. More information about Chatham broadcasts and the Cape Cod Baseball Network is available at Broadcast Central.
Puccio, a New Hartford, New York native, is a sophomore studying Broadcast and Digital Journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He is the Sports Director at WJPZ-FM and is on the Sports staff at WAER-FM, which are SU student radio stations.
Puccio is an on-air talent and former Associate Producer at CitrusTV, SU's student television station. He spent last summer broadcasting baseball for the Utica Blue Sox of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.
Unsworth, an Ann Arbor, Michigan native, is a junior studying Broadcast and Digital Journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
He is the Assistant Sports Director at WAER-FM and also is on the Sports staff at WPJZ-FM, both of which are SU student radio stations. Unsworth also broadcasts various sports for ACC Network and ACC Network Extra, serves as an on-air talent at CitrusTV and writes for Orange Fizz, a blog covering Syracuse sports.
He spent last summer broadcasting baseball for the Kalamazoo Growlers of the Northwoods League.
Guy Benson (Northwestern) 2003-2006
Dan D'Uva (Syracuse, Fordham) 2003-2008
Kyle Whitehead (Northwestern) 2007
Mike Toper (Syracuse) 2007
Brian Clark (Fordham) 2008, 2009
Scott Braun (Miami) 2009, 2010
Aaron Canada (George Mason) 2010, 2011
Chris Fitzgerald (Oregon) 2011, 2012
Brandon Liebhaber (Northwestern) 2012, 2013
Keith Zubrow (Syracuse) 2013
Dominic Cotroneo (Arizona State) 2014, 2015
Jonny Wincott (Syracuse) 2014, 2015
Jake Eisenberg (Maryland) 2016
Evan Stockton (Syracuse) 2016
Drew Carter (Syracuse) 2017
Max Herz (Vanderbilt) 2017
Cooper Boardman (Syracuse) 2018, 2019
Josh Schaefer (Arizona State) 2018-2020
Emmanuel Berbari (Fordham) 2020, 2021
Ben Shulman (Syracuse) 2021
Joe Puccio (Syracuse) 2022
Ian Unsworth (Syracuse) 2022