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A Show Goes On

Two dynamic sportscasters proved that a Spanish-language Red Sox radio show could thrive. But it took a tragedy to earn the program the attention it deserved.

Uri Berenguer (left) and Juan Oscar Baez, at work in Fenway, continue the tradition at the Spanish Beisbol Network.
Uri Berenguer (left) and Juan Oscar Baez, at work in Fenway, continue the tradition at the Spanish Beisbol Network. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee
By Will Kilburn
August 7, 2005

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Uri Berenguer did not expect to become the senior broadcaster in the Spanish Beisbol Network's booth at Fenway Park so soon. And not like this. When he turned 23 in May, he was already a press-box veteran, a statistician for the sports radio station WEEI by age 13 who called his first game in Spanish at 17. But he was ... (Full article: 636 words)

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