Carl Beane remembered as 'the voice' of Fenway
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Carl Beane was born in Massachusetts and was a familiar voice to Fenway fans.
For the past nine seasons, Red Sox fans have come to know Carl Beane for his voice as the public address announcer at Fenway Park.
His voice was a comfortable fit at Fenway and he loved his job.
Born and raised in Agawam, Massachusetts, Beane took over as the PA announcer at Fenway in 2003. He was voice announcing each batter, including the first two games of the World Series in 2004 and 2007.
Beane was also a longtime radio sports update announcer for a number of stations through the years.
The 7Sports department knew Carl Beane well. He was a dependable stringer for 7News prior to taking his job at Fenway. Beane gathered many of the post-game interviews you've seen on 7News through the years.
Carl Beane, always professional and always friendly, will be missed.