From BR Bullpen
 Biographical Information
Throughout much of the 1950s Nat Allbright broadcast over 1,500 Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers games through recreation from a studio in Washington, DC. Hired in late 1950 by Walter O'Malley, Allbright began the following season to recreate games for a national Dodger radio network. While Red Barber and Vin Scully could be heard live in New York City, Allbright's recreated broadcasts were heard on over 100 stations mostly along the eastern seaboard.
Allbright worked in Washington, DC radio and television through the mid-century.