Tom Hamilton wins 6th Ohio Sportscaster of the Year Award
The National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association announced on Thursday that Cleveland Indians’ radio play-by-play announcer Tom Hamilton of WTAM won his sixth
Ohio Sportscaster of the Year Award.
Hamilton, the “Voice of the Indians” will enter his 25th season of calling Cleveland Indians games on the radio in 2014. In his 24 seasons since 1990, he has called 69 postseason games for the Tribe from 1994-99, 2001, 2007 and again in 2013, including the 1995 and 1997 World Series.
Finalists for the award were nominated by NSSA members from mid-October to mid-November. Final balloting took place during the month of December.
All NSSA award recipients will be honored during the 55th Annual NSSA Awards Weekend, June 7-9 in Salisbury, NC. The three-day NSSA Awards Weekend will feature a welcome reception and dinner, issues forum, seminars, a golf tournament and tennis tournament, as well as the Awards Banquet and Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Information on the Weekend will be posted at nssafame.com as details are finalized.