Matt Vasgersian is also known by his birth name, Matthew Edward Vasgersian. Continuing on his roles as a studio host and announcer for the MLB Network, he joined ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball team in early-2018. He signed a multi-year deal to become the "third-ever" voice of the All-Star Jessica Mendoza and Alex Rodriguez's show that began its 29th season in 2018.
For MLB Network, he appears regularly on Thursday Night Baseball, MLB Tonight, Hot Stove, Quick Pitch, and also on the special event coverage and feature programmings. Before his MLB debut on 1st January 2009, he worked for the Padres as its lead play-by-play announcer for seven years.
Matt Vasgersian's Age, Education
Matt was born on the 28th of September 1967 in Alameda County, California. He is the son of Ed Vasgersian, a member of the board of directors of Broadcast Legends. Ed is also an actor noted for Escape from Alcatraz (1979), Falcon Crest (1981), and The Bionic Woman (1976).
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Matt graduated from Campolindo High School in Moraga and the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
Matt Vasgersian got married to Kimberly Craig on 20th July 2013 in an elegant wedding ceremony at Viansa Winery in Sonoma. The event was a gorgeous Armenian Orthodox celebration attended by their family and friends, as well as Matt's two lovely daughters– from his previous marriage.
Matt Vasgersian tied the knot to Kimberly Craig on 20 July 2013 (Photo: Viansa Sonoma's Facebook)
The couple currently resides in New York.
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Like Matt, his wife shows her affiliation with the MLB. She has been serving as a senior studio manager for the network since October 2008. The William Paterson University graduate previously worked with the BJH Lighting, Shooting Star Productions, NBA Entertainment, and DWJ Television.
Interesting Facts on Matt Vasgersian
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Matt values a net worth of $1.5 million.
He is not a fan of social media.
As a seven-year-old, he appeared in the film The Candidate (1972).
He also landed a part in the television series The Streets of San Francisco.
He was once a Universal Studio Tour guide and wanted to become a producer in the showbiz.
He anchored daily studio coverage for the Beijing Games in 2008 as well as play-by-play for baseball and softball in Athens in 2004.
While at NBC Sports and for the Milwaukee Brewers, he announced for the Olympic Games.
He was nominated for a Sports Emmy Award for "Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Host" in 2015.
His annual charity program, Texas Hold 'Em Tournament provides training services for animals that would eventually benefit the people with disabilities. He also helped raised fund for San Diego County Fallen Officers Fund.