Tim Hagerty is currently the broadcaster for the El Paso Chihuahuas (San Diego Padres Triple-A affiliate).
Before El Paso, Tim called games for the Padres Triple-A affiliate in its previous locations, Tucson and Portland. He was the broadcaster for Double-A Mobile (Padres affiliate) from 2005-2007 and began his professional baseball broadcasting career with Idaho Falls (Kansas City Royals affiliate) in 2004. While with the Royals affiliate, Hagerty made his Major League broadcasting debut, joining Kansas City's radio broadcast for a game in September of 2004 against Tampa Bay.
In the off-season, Hagerty is a freelance reporter for Fox Sports Radio and Sporting News Radio, providing national, on-air updates from college football and basketball games. The Canton, Massachusetts native was selected to broadcast two Double-A All-Star Games and called the 2009 Triple-A All-Star Game on Westwood One.
His sports broadcasting work has been honored with both national and regional Edward R. Murrow awards and by the Alabama Associated Press, Mobile Press Club, Idaho State Broadcasters Association, Idaho Press Club, Vermont Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists.