Outside TD Bank Ballpark home of the Somerset patriots. Photo: Jack Myatt - Fox Sports New Jersey.

There will be a new voice echoing through the friendly confines of TD Bank Ballpark this summer. And he is a voice that some die-hard New Jersey Devils and minor league baseball fans might be used to. That is the pipes of Kevin Clark.

Kevin will join the Patriots as its new Public Address announcer this season. He brings over 20 seasons of experience in the position in MiLB, including 18 years with the Jersey Shore Blue Claws (High-A, Philadelphia Phillies).

“Having announced almost 2,000 games in my career, and being away from baseball the past four seasons, the two games I did last summer for the Patriots really stoked my announcing fires,” said Clark. “I am so excited to be the voice of TD Bank Ballpark starting this spring!”

Moreover, Clark has been the arena voice of the New Jersey Devils for 14 years (18 years overall covering professional hockey).

For most of their storied history fans heard the voice of Paul Spychala, who was the voice of TD Bank Stadium from the team’s inception in 1998 until 2021. Clark can’t wait to get started.

“The Somerset Patriots are an elite organization with an enthusiastic fanbase. Joining the Eastern League defending champions is a true honor. I look forward to helping bring the energy and fun to Patriots baseball in 2023,” Clark added.

With spring training well underway down in Florida, the Patriots begin the 2023 season on April 6 against the Harrisburg Senators.