Getting A New Booth

Ken Wilson, after seven years in the St. Louis Cardinals broadcast booth, is leaving for KTLA-TV Los Angeles, where he will be involved in telecasts of the Angels’ games. Coincidentally, Wilson will replace Joe Torre in the booth – Torre is the new manager of the Cardinals.

Wilson has not cut all his ties with St. Louis, however. His contract as the radio voice of the St. Louis Blues hockey team has been extended through the 1992-93 season.

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