Rangers Broadcaster Grieve to Have Prostate Surgery

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ARLINGTON, Texas - Texas Rangers television analyst Tom
Grieve will undergo prostate surgery next month.
Grieve will broadcast the team's games through June 8, a day
before his scheduled surgery. He expects to be out of the booth for
two to three weeks after surgery.
The 60-year-old also has been a player and general manager in
the organization.
Grieve has served as the TV analyst on Rangers broadcasts for 14
years.
While Grieve is out, radio analyst Victor Rojas will move into
the TV booth with Josh Lewin. Former major league pitcher Steve
Busby, who does pregame and postgame work for the team's TV
broadcasts, will join Eric Nadel in the radio booth.



 
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