James Timothy McCarver (1941-) was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He made his major league debut in 1959 with the St. Louis Cardinals. While he also played for other teams, most remember him with either the Cards or with the Philadelphia Phillies. Later in his career, he was also known as Steve Carlton's personal catcher. After retiring, McCarver embarked on a broadcasting career, also writing several books.
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Official site for the baseball catcher turned television announcer and analyst. Includes biography and details of his interview program, listing upcoming guests, schedule, and satellite availability.
Tables of important offensive statistics by year and by team. Notes All-Star seasons.
AmIAnnoying.com interactive poll concerning the annoyance factor for the announcer. Lists pros and cons of considering him annoying.
Tim McCarver Statistics
Baseball-Reference.com provides major league batting and fielding major statistics for each season and his career, a list of post-season awards, and his rank on various season and career statistical leaderboards. Also comparisons to similar batters and players of his age.
Tim McCarver: Quotes
List of comments about the game and some of the players.
Ultimate Mets Database: Tim McCarver
Biographical information, illustrations, former teams, and fan comments about him as catcher and as Mets broadcaster.
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