Aaron Goldsmith Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Mariners

Aaron Goldsmith Biography

Aaron Goldsmith is a known American sportscaster. Currently, he works at Seattle Mariners since 2013 as a Radio Play-by-Play Broadcaster, he serves in innings 3, 6, and 7 of every game.

Also, he does select baseball games, primarily on selected Saturdays at Fox Sports 1. During the off-season, he also provides for college football on Sports USA Radio Network as well as Pac-12 basketball on Fox Sports 1 as a play-by-play.

Aaron Goldsmith Age

Aaron Goldsmith was born in Wichita, Kansas, in the United States on August 29, 1983. He is 38 years old.

Aaron Goldsmith Height

Aaron stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.

Goldsmith Education

Aaron studied and graduated with a bachelor of art history from Principia College. Then he received a Certificate in Radio Broadcasting & Production from The Broadcast Center.

Aaron Goldsmith Family

At the moment Aaron hasnt revealed details about his parents and siblings, however, research on this segment is going on, and soon as we have clear facts will fill out this segment.

Aaron Goldsmith Wife

Aaron is happily married to Heather. The duo stays in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland.

Aaron Goldsmith Salary

Aaron annually receives a salary of $78,113.

Aaron Goldsmith Net Worth

Aaron’s approximated net worth is $1 million.

Aaron Goldsmith Career

After he graduated, he started working at Gateway Grizzlies games as an intern. After some time with the Sea Dogs, he worked for the Frisco RoughRiders as the play-by-play voice. He would also work as the team’s manager of broadcasting and public relations.

In 2012, he was employed by the Pawsox Radio Network and worked as the play-by-play voice. He provided play-by-play for each game that season. Also, he does select baseball games, primarily on selected Saturdays at Fox Sports 1. During the off-season, he also provides for college football on Sports USA Radio Network as well as Pac-12 basketball on Fox Sports 1 as a play-by-play.

Prior, he worked at Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple-A, Red Sox) as a Radio Play-by-Play Broadcaster. Before, he worked at Frisco RoughRiders (Double-A, Rangers) as a Manager of Broadcasting/Media Relations. Aaron studied and graduated with a bachelor of art history from Principia College. Then he received a Certificate in Radio Broadcasting & Production from The Broadcast Center.

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