Matt Vasgersian Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Los Angeles Angels
Matt Vasgersian Biography
Matt Vasgersian is a known American journalist, television host, and sportscaster. Presently, he works for the Los Angeles Angels, as a play-by-play announcer and for MLB Network as a studio host. Before he worked for Fox Sports’ National Football League and Major League Baseball coverage as an announcer.
Also, he covered NBC Sports’ coverage of the Olympic Games, NBC Sports’ coverage of the short-lived XFL, and ESPN’s coverage of Major League Baseball. Before, he called play-by-play for the San Diego Padres and the Milwaukee Brewers.
Matt Vasgersian Age
Matt Vasgersian was born in Oakland, California, the United States on September 28, 1967. He is 54 years old.
Matt Vasgersian Height
Matt stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 1 in/1.87 m tall.
Matt Vasgersian Education
Matt studied and graduated from Campolindo High School in Moraga. Then he went to the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, during his time there he was featured on The New Dating Game, and won a trip to Telluride, Colorado, in addition, he was featured on Supermarket Sweep as a contestant.
Matt Vasgersian Family
Matt hasnt mentioned out details about his parents and siblings to the limelight, however, a review on this is going on, and will soon fill it out.
Matt Vasgersian Wife
Matt is happily married to Kimberly Craig, who works at MLB Network as a ranking director of Studio Operations. They exchanged vows on July 20, 2013. They are blessed with a kid known as Luke who was born in 2014. Furthermore, has two children, from a previous relationship.
Matt Vasgersian Salary
Matt annually receives a salary of $99,654.
Matt Vasgersian Net Worth
Matt’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Matt Vasgersian Career
Matt presently works for the Los Angeles Angels as a play-by-play announcer and for MLB Network as a studio host. On March 11, 2021, he became the new play-by-play voice for the Los Angeles Angels’ telecasts on Bally Sports West leading with Mark Gubicza. He stepped in place of Victor Rojas, who left to become General Manager of Texas Rangers affiliate Frisco RoughRiders.
He has been working at MLB Network since its debut on January 1, 2009, as a studio host. He appears often on MLB Tonight in-studio and on-site at the All-Star Game and World Series. Also, he appears on the offseason studio show “Hot Stove,” “Quick Pitch,” “The Rundown,” and live nightly studio show.
He became the new play-by-play voice for ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball, on January 23, 2018. He joined up with Alex Rodriguez and stepped in place of Dan Shulman, who moved to Sportsnet. But he left ESPN to focus on his other roles with the MLB Network and on Angels’ regional telecasts on October 6, 2021.