Neverett Previews Playoffs

Red Sox radio broadcaster Tim Neverett joined Downtown today to recap the season and look ahead to the first playoff series with Cleveland. Tim explained that he likes the Sox pitching matchups, including using the veteran Clay Buchholz in Game 3, talked about what he viewed as the turning point in the Sox season, and recalled his last trip to Bangor, playing high school football against the BHS Rams in 1983. Check out the full interview at

Rich Kimball

About Rich Kimball

I’ve been a broadcaster in the area for more than four decades, starting at WABI/WBGW Radio and WABI-TV while still in high school. Through the years I’ve done news, sports, and even weather on various TV stations and worked at more radio stations than I can recall. For the last twenty years I’ve been the radio voice of University of Maine football and for the past five years I’ve hosted Downtown, a talk show focusing on sports and entertainment. I’ve been lucky enough to win a number of awards from the Maine Association of Broadcasters and the Associated Press but I’m especially proud to have been named Maine Sportscaster of the Year by my peers a record six times. My day job is teaching social studies at Brewer High School, where I’ve also been the drama director for over twenty years, and I’m one of the co-founders of the improvisational comedy team, The Focus Group.