Pat Hughes Broadcasts His First World Series Ever

CHICAGO (CBS) – Tuesday night was a first for the Cubs, their staff and the team’s broadcast team.

After 6,000 games broadcast over a 34-year career, Cubs radio play-by-play man Pat Hughes broadcast his first World Series game ever.

CBS 2’s Rob Johnson spoke with him in the broadcast booth.

You can listen to Pat Hughes call the game Wednesday night with his broadcast partner, Ron Coomer on 670 The Score. First pitch is at 6:08 p.m. CT between the Cubs and Indians from Progressive Field.

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