Jamie Campbell (sportscaster)

Jamie Campbell (Sportscaster)

Jamie Campbell (sportscaster)

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Jamie Campbell (born May 20, 1967) is a Canadian sportscaster with Rogers Sportsnet. He provided the play-by-play voice on the network's Toronto Blue Jays telecasts from 2005 to 2009.

Youth and education

Born and raised in Oakville, Ontario, Campbell was a fan of hockey, baseball, and auto racing. He attended many Oakville Blades hockey games as a child where the seeds of his future career were planted as he listened to his father announce the games. As a youth he attended Toronto Maple Leafs games at Maple Leaf Gardens and Blue Jays games at Exhibition Stadium.

Campbell estimates that he attended between thirty and thirty-five Blue Jays games per year and liked to sit in right field behind the visiting team's bull-pen in order to try to catch fly balls during batting practice, to talk to the relievers, and to get the best possible vantage point to watch Jesse Barfield. Campbell claims that he would occasionally take a tape recorder to games and practice calling games. His favourite hockey player as a child was Jocelyn Guevremont of the Vancouver Canucks. His favorite baseball players were Jesse Barfield, Bob Bailor, George Brett and Lyman Bostock.

Campbell played Little League baseball at Wallace Park in...
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