Voices of the games -- en español
Ernesto Jerez is the signature voice for Spanish-language baseball broadcasts on ESPN. His famous home run call, "No no no no no, ¡díganle que no a esa pelota!," has become a symbol of the passion and emotion of baseball for our Hispanic audience since 1995. Jerez's far-reaching charisma is such that his voice blared through the P.A. system of Mazatlan, Mexico's Teodoro Mariscal Stadium with every home run hit during the 2005 Caribbean World Series.
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|Read the Spanish version of this story on ESPNdeportes.com.|
Ernesto Jerez joined ESPN International in 1995 and plays a prominent role in ESPN's Spanish-language telecasts of Major League Baseball. Jerez calls play-by-play for both ESPN's MLB coverage throughout Latin America and ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball telecasts on ESPN Deportes, the Spanish-language service in the United States.
Venezuelan Beto Villa is the Spanish-language voice of the New York Yankees. His radio broadcasting career in Spanish-language radio began in 1980.
Houston Astros Spanish-language voices are Francisco Ruiz -- veteran broadcaster in U.S. and Mexico -- and former Astros player Alex Trevino.
Eduardo Ortega and Juan Ávila
One of the most popular tandems in the Spanish-language radio broadcast booth are Eduardo Ortega and Juan Ávila, who have been calling Padres games since 1998.
|Team||English language||Spanish language|
|Boston Red Sox||WEEI||WROL|
|Chicago White Sox||WSCR||WRTO|
|Kansas City Royals||WHB|
|Los Angeles Angels||ESPN Radio 710||KMXE|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||KFWB||KWKW|
|New York Mets||WFAN||WADO|
|New York Yankees||WCBS||WKDM|
|San Diego Padres||XPRS||XEMO|
|San Francisco Giants||KNBR||KLOK|
|St. Louis Cardinals||KTRS|
|Tampa Bay Devil Rays||WHNZ||WAMA|
|Toronto Blue Jays||FAN|
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