Play-by-Play Sports Properties LLC is an emerging sports marketing and broadcast production company currently working in College Football, Professional Baseball, College Baseball and innovative new forms of digital broadcast distribution. We are proud to currently represent:


The 91th Annual East-West Shrine Game  January 23, 2016 at

Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.


The East-West Shrine Game Radio Network providing live broadcast coverage nationwide for this premier college football All-Star game on 150 station radio network plus satellite, internet and mobile distribution. ...  24 hour Internet Radio featuring events, information and music from St. Petersburg, Florida and the Tampa Bay Beaches. and on free apps in the Apple and Android App Stores. 


St. Petersburg International Baseball Spring Training at the Walter Fuller Baseball Complex March 2016. 


The Human Side of Sports    Read great stories!


Triangle Sportscaster Camp a 3 day camp for young people interested in sports broadcasting taught by professionals in field.

The Tunein Radio app for smartphones and mobile devices.


Patrick Kinas radio and television sportscaster.




Babe Ruth's daughter, Julia Ruth Stevens, (98) returns to Al Lang Stadium and St. Petersburg for the first time sine 1943 to honor her father on the 100th anniversary of his signing a professional baseball contract with the Baltimore Orioles in 1914.  Ms. Stevens threw out the first ball on "Babe Ruth Day"  March 10, 2014 as a part of St. Petersburg International Baseball's celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Spring Training!  

2010 and 2011 Major League Home Run leader Jose Bautista takes batting practice prior to Blue Jays March 13th "Canada Day" game at Al Lang Field during the 2012 St. Petersburg International Baseball Spring Training Series.

Five Major League starters lead the Toronto Blue Jays against the Canadian Junior National Team in the St. Petersburg International Baseball series in 2012.

About Us...


Play-by-Play Sports Properties, LLC was formed in 2009 by veteran North Carolina sports broadcaster Patrick Kinas and Florida based national advertising executive Joe Bourdow. Originally formed to produce radio broadcasts for the Carolina Mudcats (AA affiliate of the Cincinatti Reds), with over 280 Mudcats games successfully produced, the company expanded to represent the 87th Annual East-West Shrine Game January 21, 2012 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida where it also produced the radio play-by-play broadcast of the game on the East-West Shrine Game Radio Network heard locally in Tampa Bay on Clear Channel's 620 WDAE "The Tampa Bay Sports," on a network of stations across the country, on the internet and on it's own mobile channel through through the wildly popular Tunein Radio app for smartphones and mobile devices. The network was expanded to over 40 markets nationwide for the 89th Annual Shrine Game played in January 2014 and to truly national stature in 2015 cleared by 142 radio stations and the SiriusXM NFL Channel 88.   The network will continue to expand in 2016 via new relationship with Yahoo Sports Radio!


The company is in it's 6th year producing St. Petersburg International Baseball Spring training featuring the outstanding Team Canada - Junior National Team playing a week of games against pro ballplayers including the Toronto Blue Jays major leaguers! 


Finally, PBP has launched a new hyper-local online radio station focused on St. Petersburg, Florida and the Tampa Bay Beaches RadioStPete is available online at, on RadioStPete apps for iPhone and Android mobile devices and on the Tunein app for all mobile devices. The station has attracted over 55,000 listeners throughout the world.


Patrick Kinas is well known to North Carolina radio listeners and regional television viewers. In April 2012, Patrick became the "Voice of Durham Bulls." This iconic minor league team is the AAA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. The Bulls are heard on "620 The Buzz" WDNC in Durham with home games also telecast live (with Patrick's call) on Time Warner Digital Cable TV throughout North and South Carolina.  From time to time, games on the schedule are also being fed to a national television audience on the MLB-TV Network. In 2011, he completed 13 seasons in AA professional baseball as the radio "Voice of the Carolina Mudcats" where he was recognized as the 2011  "Southern League Broadcaster of The Year," the second time his work has been so honored.


Meanwhile, Patrick completed his 11th season behind the microphone for Wolfpack Women's Basketball at North Carolina State University where he is also Gary Hahn's primary backup on the state-wide Wolfpack Sports Network for men's basketball. In recent years he has appeared frequently both locally and regionally as TV play-by-play broadcaster for East Carolina Pirates football and men's basketball games televised locally on WITN-NBC (Greenville, NC) and regionally on Mid Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) based in Baltimore, MD and Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS), a regional sports network based in Atlanta and the Play On Sports network. In January 2011, he hosted the featured women's basketball national television broadcast for CBS College Sports and joined ESPN3 to call a college football game in October. Patrick is also frequently featured on the ACC Network working a diverse variety of sports broadcasting including soccer, lacrosse, tennis, women's basketball, college baseball and softball! In January 2012, Patrick became the radio play-by-play voice on the national broadcast of the  East-West Shrine Game-  premier college football All Star game- played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida and will call his 5th Shrine Game in January 2016. In 2015 the broadcast was carried on 142 radio stations and SiriusXM NFL Channel. 


Be sure to watch Patrick's Highlight Reel by clicking on the link on the left side of this page.


In 2010, Patrick founded the Triangle Sportscaster's Camp a popular annual

3-day camp for aspiring sportcasters. Many of North Carolina's top sportscasters and anchors volunteer their time to help Patrick help these enthusiastic young people at the camp.   


In 2013,  Patrick founded a new website dedicated to the Human Side of Sports at


Joe Bourdow retired in 2010 after thirty-two years with Valpak Direct Marketing Systems, Inc. during which he was a successful multi-unit franchisee and later a national headquarters top executive serving as President of the direct mail and digital advertising company from 1996-2009. Valpak envelopes reach consumers in over 40 million homes monthly across the United States and provide advertising services for nearly 60,000 businesses.


In 2015, Bourdow serves as Valpak's "Senior Advisor,"   is Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Academy Prep St. Petersburg and Chair of the "Clutch Hitters" a local business group that supports the Tampa Bay Rays. He also serves on the Advisory Board of the St. Petersburg Free Clinic. Finally Bourdow is an Advisory Board Member for College Hunks Hauling Junk franchise system, Front Burner Brands, franchisors of Melting Pot Restaurants, Benetrends, a leading national funding source for entrepreneurs and franchisees, BIG FROG Franchise Group, Davo Financial Services LLC, Murphy Business Brokers and is a consultant to Hyrell Online.  He is a former Board Member of the International Franchise Association and member of the IFA Education Foundation Executive Committee.


Much earlier in his career, Bourdow was voice of the University of Virginia Cavalier Baseball team while in college at UVA and produced the statewide UVA Football Radio Network for Texaco. After graduation, Joe was play-by-play voice of the Staunton Braves in the Shenandoah Valley League during the years he served as Station Manager of WTON Radio in Staunton, Virginia. He was later a prinicipal owner of radio stations WKEU AM and FM in Griffin, Georgia from 1986-88 during the period he operated Valpak franchises and also held ownership positions in a multi unit Fastsigns International operation and a local advertising magazine.


In recent years, Joe has returned to the booth joining Patrick Kinas to call over 170 Southern League baseball games since 2003 including the 2008 Southern League Championship Game from Pearl, Mississippi on the Carolina Mudcats Baseball Network which he co-produced with Patrick Kinas for the 2010 and 2011 seasons.


In June 2012, Joe made his AAA baseball debut in a cameo role pinch hitting for Patrick on the Durham Bulls Baseball Network while Patrick was calling the same game on the MLB TV Network.


Since January 2012, Joe has served as Executive Producer of the East-West Shrine Game Radio Network returning to a major college football radio booth for the first time in 40 years expanding the radio network for the January 17, 2015 game to 142  radio stations nationside  and to the SiriusXM NFL Channel; in addition to online and mobile distribution. He will be back in that role next January 2016.  




Play-by-Play Sports Properties broadcast crew for The East-West Shrine Game Radio Network following broadcast at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.

East-West Shrine Game Voice Patrick Kinas had logged thousands of hours on Television and Radio as the voice of professional baseball, college football and basketball as well as several other college sports. 




Joe Bourdow in the booth at Five County Stadium on the Mudcats Baseball Network in during the 2011 season. Bourdow was behind the mic for 170 Mudcats games between 2003 and 2011.