Matt Vasgersian Biography
Matt Vasgersian is a preeminent American journalist, television host, and sportscaster currently working as a studio host for MLB Network and a play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Angels. Before, he worked as an announcer for Fox Sports’ Major League Baseball and National Football League coverage. Previously, he called play-by-play for the San Diego Padres and the Milwaukee Brewers.
Matt Vasgersian Age
Matt Vasgersian was born on 28th September 1967, in Oakland, California, United States of America. He is 55 years old.
Matt Vasgersian Height
Matt stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (Approx. 1.87 m).
Matt Vasgersian Family
Matt was born in Oakland, California, and brought up in Moraga, California by his caring and supportive parents. He started his media career as a child actor. At age seven, he became a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Matt appeared in the movie The Candidate starring Robert Redford and an episode of The Streets of San Francisco.
Matt Vasgersian Wife
He is married to his loving and caring wife Kimberly Craig. She works as a ranking director of Studio Operations for MLB Network. The lovely couple walked down the aisle on July 20, 2013. Together, they share a handsome son called Luke who was born in 2014. In addition, Kimberly has two beautiful daughters, from a previous relationship.
Matt Vasgersian Education
He attended and graduated from Campolindo High School in Moraga. Later, Matt matriculated at the University of Southern California located in Los Angeles. While there, he appeared as a contestant on Supermarket Sweep. In addition, Matt also appeared on The New Dating Game, winning a trip to Telluride, Colorado.
Matt Vasgersian Salary
He earns an ample salary of $99,654 per year. This is according to Los Angeles Angels’ play-by-play announcers’ salaries.
Matt Vasgersian Net Worth
Matt Vasgersian has managed to garner decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
Matt Vasgersian Career
He is currently working as a studio host for MLB Network and a play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Angels. Before, he worked as an announcer for Fox Sports’ Major League Baseball and National Football League coverage. Previously, he called play-by-play for the San Diego Padres and the Milwaukee Brewers.
Matt has been a studio host at MLB Network since it started on 1st January 2009. He regularly appears in-studio and on-site at the World Series and All-Star Game on MLB Tonight.
He officially became the new play-by-play voice for ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball on 23rd January 2018. Matt collaborated with Alex Rodriguez. He succeeded Dan Shulman, who joined Sportsnet. Nevertheless, on 6th October 2021, Matt left ESPN to focus on his other functions with the MLB Network and on the Angels’ regional telecasts.