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When WNAC got permission to air other Braves games in 1925, this was considered very controversial by some of the teams, who feared that making baseball available on radio would cause attendance at the games to decrease.
It is not surprising that WNAC got permission to broadcast the Red Sox games in 1926.
Webb Jr., who had been covering baseball for several decades, gave a talk about the Red Sox via WNAC. He acknowledged that Carrigan had "no easy task" ahead of him; in fact, Webb noted that it was unclear what Carrigan could do to improve the Red Sox' fortunes.
(38) Hoey was not the only sports announcer at WNAC that year.
During the 1928 season, he announced both the Braves and Red Sox home games on WNAC, while Gerry Harrison focused on broadcasting college sports, especially football and hockey.
(42) Given his popularity, Fred was asked to expand his role at WNAC, the way Charlie Donelan had done in 1925.
Fred Hoey debuted his own sports-talk program on WNAC on May 10, 1928.
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