By Andrew Porter

 PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Listening to the Phillies on SportsRadio 94WIP at the Jersey shore has become a Philadelphia tradition.

Thankfully, that isn’t going to change as CBS Radio’s SportsRadio 94WIP and the Phillies announced a contract extension of their broadcast partnership for live play-by-play coverage on Wednesday. The terms were terms undisclosed.

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“We are happy to continue the tradition of broadcasting Phillies baseball,” said David Yadgaroff, the Senior Vice President and Market Manager of CBS Radio in Philadelphia.“SportsRadio 94WIP is proud to be the radio home of the fightin’ Phils and we look forward to an exciting 2016 season.”

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“This is an exciting time for the future of Phillies baseball,” echoed David Buck, Senior Vice President Marketing and Advertising Sales for the Phillies. “Thanks to our long-time partner CBS Radio, fans will be able to follow all of the action from spring training through the regular season on SportsRadio 94WIP.”

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Phillies hometown radio announcers Scott Franzke, Larry Andersen and Jim Jackson will continue to call the games.