If you're a longtime listener of Lansing Lugnuts Baseball on The Game 730 AM, you know that voice. It's a voice once you hear, you do not forget. Typically appearing in the Spring while the snow is still melting away, and disappearing, only momentarily when it gets towards those cold crisp fall months. Making a few appearances here and there on WVFN's line-up.

His name is Jesse Goldberg-Strassler.

Working with the guy is even a bigger pleasure than just listening to him on the radio, and you probably won't find a more genuine person anywhere else. I've been running Lansing Lugnuts baseball on The Game 730 AM since August of 2018, and although 2019 was my first full season, it was still an honor and pleasure to work nightly with such great talent.

From places like Ohio to Cooley Law School Stadium, the broadcast fun never stopped. You could always find something interesting to be heard each night between Goldberg-Strassler, and his partner in crime this year, Adam Jaksa.

There are not enough words to describe how much effort this master of broadcasting puts into each broadcast. Depending on the day, Jesse could be found working at Cooley Law School Stadium as early as 9:00 AM, and not leaving until some nights past 11:00 PM.

Jesse was recently informed a few weeks back, that he was the Ballpark Digest as the broadcaster of the year in minor league baseball. Jesse is the 11th recipient of this award since Ballpark Digest began in 2008.

From everyone here at The Game 730 AM, as well as the Townsquare Media family, we congratulate Jesse Goldberg-Strassler.