Castiglione's colleagues and contemporaries were more than complementary when finding out he took home the award.
"It was the most agonizing 40 to 60 seconds for that call to come back that I've ever experienced."
"Starting with the team in 1983 in Carl Yastrzemski’s final season, Joe has connected generations of Red Sox fans with a delivery that has become part...
"You are going to annoy people whether you want to or not because you are on all summer in their living rooms..."
"I think that this is the right time to step back and work a reduced schedule of games while we are both in good health."
The award is presented annually for excellence in baseball broadcasting by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
"Congratulations to Joe," Hill said. "40 years calling games…looks like he's gonna keep going. There's no quit in the man."
“When you’re broadcasting, you never expect to be anywhere more than three years, let alone 40.”
"Flemming and McDonough are both going into their second seasons with the team. Merloni has been a part of Red Sox radio broadcasts since 2013."
"A native of Massachusetts, the 46-year old sportscaster has deep ties to Boston as his father Joe Castiglione has been a radio announcer for the Red...