The art of announcing a Major League Baseball game is not the easiest task in the world.
Play-by-play men have to be well-versed in every aspect of the game, as well as having the ability to spout statistics on the quick.
In today's more advanced technological world, it's much easier for announcers to grab that information, such as David Ortiz's lifetime batting average against reliever Chris Perez, or Josh Hamilton's batting average with runners on third with less than two outs.
But not all announcers deliver that information in the same fashion.
Many casual fans watch the national broadcasts, and have become familiar with voices such as Joe Buck, Thom Brennaman, Dick Stockton, Jon Miller and Dan Shulman.
However, many regional baseball broadcasters aren't heard on a regular basis, except for those devout fans that have the MLB.TV package.
Here is a list of 10 regional baseball announcers who are outstanding broadcasters in their own right.