Arizona Diamondbacks announcer Greg Schulte to call game number 2,500 in Los Angeles
"It was something I wanted to do since I was a kid," Schulte told Dbacks.com's Steve Gilbert. "To finally get that opportunity and to make it last now for 16 years is pretty special."
This is Schulte's 16th season doing play-by-play for the D-backs, as he's been calling their games since the team's inception in 1998. He has been a staple in Phoenix, having worked with the Phoenix Suns and Arizona Cardinals prior to his current gig.
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