The Fayetteville SwampDogs have announced the hiring of Clint Narramore as the team's new assistant general manager. Narramore will also serve as the voice of the SwampDogs, delivering the play-by-play, when the season begins in May. Narramore is no stranger to the SwampDogs. He bears a striking resemblance to Major Fun, last year's on-field games master.
"For me, this is truly full circle. There was an opportunity for the SwampDogs I wanted a few years ago while I was living in Minnesota, but it wasn't meant to be at that time. I have loved this amazing game of baseball for as long as I can remember, and to be able to work full time in baseball is a dream come true," Narramore said.
"I love this organization, and I believe great things are coming for the SwampDogs, starting with the hiring of new Head Coach, David Anderson. I believe in this team, and I am truly honored to be able to take on this role."
Clint Narramore, a Cleveland native and avid baseball fan, grew up watching the Indians play at old Municipal Stadium in the 1980s and into the 1990s when they moved into Jacob's Field. Narramore previously worked in the Indians sales department in the early 2000s, before moving into broadcasting.
Narramore, who just celebrated his 38th birthday, also spent two years calling the play-by-play for the Austin Greyhounds in Austin, Minnesota. Narramore has promised to bring fun to all of the fans this year. He will introduce some new elements to keep the SwampDogs fans and families informed about the happenings in The Swamp.
"We're excited to have Clint on board. Clint's passion and enthusiasm are second to none. As we embark on our 19th season, fans can look forward to some amazing new ideas and a fresh take on our promotions. From broadcasting to promotions, Clint will be an integral piece of our success," General Manager, Jeremy Aagard said.