Caray out at TBS
ATLANTA -- Chip Caray has called his final baseball game for TBS.
Network spokesman Jeff Pomeroy confirmed Monday that TBS and the announcer have decided to part ways.
A son of late Braves broadcaster Skip Caray and a grandson of famed broadcaster Harry Caray, Chip Caray had called first-round playoff games for TBS during the past three seasons. He originally worked with Tony Gwynn and Bob Brenly, then teamed with Ron Darling and Buck Martinez.
Caray also was part of the network's Sunday regular-season package.
Pomeroy said no replacement has been picked.
"Since the end of the 2009 MLB Playoffs, we've had several discussions with Chip Caray regarding 2010 and beyond. Both sides agree that now is the right time to move ahead on different paths," the network said in a statement.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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