Marquee Sports Network to air radio broadcast of 2016 World Series Game 7
Watch the full broadcast with live radio call from Pat and Ron tonight at 7:30 PM
For immediate release / November 2, 2022
CHICAGO – Marking the six-year anniversary of the Cubs’ 2016 World Series championship, Marquee Sports Network tonight is airing the full broadcast of Game 7, complete with the radio broadcast call from Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer on 670 The Score.
Cubs Classics: World Series Game 7 presented by Prevagen premieres tonight at 7:30 PM on Marquee Sports Network.
In addition to the full radio call from Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer, the broadcast will also feature clips from Pat and Ron talking about the historic evening and sharing their stories and memories from their experience in the Cleveland visiting radio broadcast booth.
“Pat came to us with this idea to air the radio call from the game alongside the television broadcast, and of course we had to do it,” said Marquee Sports Network General Manager, Mike McCarthy. “His call from Game 7 will never be forgotten among Cubs fans and we’re looking forward to sharing this unique re-airing of the broadcast with the tremendous radio call from Pat and Ron on 670 The Score.”
Cubs Classics: World Series Game 7 premieres tonight at 7:30 PM, immediately following new episodes of The Reporters presented by Miller Lite at 6:30 PM and Bear Essentials presented by BetRivers at 7:00 PM.
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