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2401 Ontario Street

Cleveland, Ohio 44115

United States

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Sportscasters Talent Agency of America

Radio Announcer and Baseball Operations

Buffalo Bisons

Education

Economics

Lafayette College

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The Cleveland Sports Report

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The Cleveland Indians also reached a multi-year deal with JIM ROSENHAUS to continue partnering with "Voice of the Indians" TOM HAMILTON in the Indians radio booth.

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Jim will begin his seventh season in 2013 as part of the Indians radio broadcast team and his second season broadcasting every game.
Jim has spent the past six seasons as the host of Indians Warm Up on the Indians Radio Network and performed engineer/producer duties from 2007-2011.
Rosenhaus joined the Indians prior to the 2007 season after spending 11 years as the play-by-play voice of the Indians AAA affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons.
Jim started his professional baseball broadcasting career with the Indians Single-A affiliate in Kinston, NC. In addition to his baseball broadcasting work, Rosenhaus spent 11 years broadcasting the University at Buffalo men's basketball team.
In 2011, Jim was inducted into the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame, along with former Indians and Bisons catcher Tony Pena.


Pena, Rosenhaus Elected To Bisons Hall of Fame : Buffalo Sports Daily

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The Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame announced today that former Bisons catcher Tony Pena and long-time "Voice of the Bisons," Jim Rosenhaus have been elected to the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame

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Pena and Rosenhaus will be formally inducted on the Bisons Hall of Fame Day, Sunday, July 24 prior to the team's 1:05 p.m. game against the Pawtucket Red Sox.
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Jim Rosenhaus Rosenhaus was "The Voice of the Bisons" for 11 seasons from 1996-2006.
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Rosenhaus is the only broadcaster to call three Bisons championships (1997, 1998, 2004). He also served as the play-by-play announcer for the 2002 Triple-A All-Star Game.
Rosenhaus's time with the Bisons was also highlighted by his active involvement in the club's community outreach programs and speaker's bureau, as well as serving as the club's director of baseball operations.
Rosenhaus began his broadcasting career in 1991 with the Single-A Kinston Indians of the Carolina League. From 1993-1995, he served as the voice of the Wilmington Blue Rocks where he called the team's first ever game and a Carolina League title in 1994.
For the past four years, Rosenhaus has served as the host of the "Indians Warm-Up" pre-game show on the Cleveland Indians Radio Network. He also serves as the engineer/producer of each broadcast and calls play-by-play for one inning in each game of the 2011 season.
With his induction, Rosenhaus joins Roger Baker, Ralph Hubbell, Bill Mazer, Stan Barron, Pete Weber and his long-time broadcast partner, Duke McGuire, as broadcasters in the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame.


ESPN 970 WFUN - Sports Report

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Jim Rosenhaus Cleveland Indians' announcer Jim Rosenhaus talks trade rumors with Joe Pete.


The Indians' Jim ...

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The Indians' Jim Rosenhaus and WLKR's Scott Truxell give the play by play.


The Buffalo Baseball Hall of ...

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The Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame announced today that former Bisons catcher TONY PENA and long-time "Voice of the Bisons," JIM ROSENHAUS have been elected to the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Pena and Rosenhaus will be formally inducted on the Bisons Hall of Fame Day, Sunday, July 24 prior to the team's 1:05 p.m. game against the Pawtucket Red Sox.
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Jim Rosenhaus Rosenhaus was "The Voice of the Bisons" for 11 seasons from 1996-2006.
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Rosenhaus is the only broadcaster to call three Bisons championships (1997, 1998, 2004). He also served as the play-by-play announcer for the 2002 Triple-A All-Star Game.
Rosenhaus's time with the Bisons was also highlighted by his active involvement in the club's community outreach programs and speaker's bureau, as well as serving as the club's director of baseball operations.
Rosenhaus began his broadcasting career in 1991 with the Single-A Kinston Indians of the Carolina League. From 1993-1995, he served as the voice of the Wilmington Blue Rocks where he called the team's first ever game and a Carolina League title in 1994.
For the past four years, Rosenhaus has served as the host of the "Indians Warm-Up" pre-game show on the Cleveland Indians Radio Network. He also serves as the engineer/producer of each broadcast and calls play-by-play for one inning in each game of the 2011 season.
With his induction, Rosenhaus joins Roger Baker, Ralph Hubbell, Bill Mazer, Stan Barron, Pete Weber and his long-time broadcast partner, Duke McGuire, as broadcasters in the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame.

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