Fox Baseball Announcers 2023
Fox baseball announcers include sportscasters like Joe Davis, Jason Benetti, and Kevin Burkhardt.
All these Fox announcers have made a great career being the play-by-play voice for millions of viewers who watch MLB games every day.
Kevin Burkhardt joined the Fox Sports network in 2012.
At the beginning of his Fox career, Kevin did fill-in work for Major League Baseball on Fox show from 2012 to 2013. After two years of helping with the show, Burkhardt became the studio host for Fox's MLB coverage in March 2014.
Since the 2014 season, Kevin has been working as the lead studio host for the MLB Postseason coverage for Fox and is involved with Fox Sports 1.
Burkhardt's early career saw him getting involved in baseball by working for Sportsnet organization as a field reporter in the New York Mets games. Kevin also landed a gig to host the Mets Hot Stove program, where he talked about the Mets' pre-game and post-game events.
Moreover, Kevin Burkhardt has amassed a net worth of 5 million dollars from his sportscasting career at Fox.
Jason Benetti got involved with Fox Sports in 2022 and has been doing play-by-play announcing for the MLB.
Benetti is a new employee at Fox and previously worked for ESPN and NBC. At NBC, he conducted coverage for Summer Olympics baseball in 2020. Moreover, Jason became the announcer for the Chicago White Sox from 2016 to 2021.
In 2023, Jason will be the Fox announcer for MLB, and he will also make a return to White Sox after signing a multi-year contract with them.
.@jasonbenetti was great on with @DannyParkins.— 670 The Score (@670TheScore) January 27, 2023
“I love this job so much,” he said of returning to Sox booth.
And on calling 200 games a year?
"I really like to do things that people kind of don't assume I can do,” he said.
Full segment on @YouTube: https://t.co/xM2U0oH1jw pic.twitter.com/omGIzN8r81
The 39-year-old announcer also has experience announcing South Korea's KBO League in 2020 since the Covid-19 pandemic had created a delay in MLB.
Benetti has earned a net worth of 2 million dollars from his sportscasting career. He will gain working for Fox and White Sox in 2023 and the coming years.
Joe Davis joined the Fox Sports network in the 2014 season.
Davis did not get a valuable opportunity in baseball announcing during his early years at Fox since he was embedded with the football division. However, 2017 saw a change as Joe began to call the MLB divisional series.
2019 saw Davis get his first chance at making announcements for the league Championship game. Moreover, in 2022, Davis replaced Joe Buck to announce the MLB On Fox show for the World Series Broadcasts.
Joe had his first major league baseball experience from SportsNet, where he initiated the play-by-play calling for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2015 alongside Charlie Steiner and Vin Scully.
Davis has earned 5 million dollars since his career began in 2006 and has landed prominent roles for Dodgers and Fox.
Adam Amin has been involved with Fox Sports since May 2020.
The Pakistani native will be present for the 2023 season to conduct the play-by-play announcements for the MLB. Adam made his MLB calling debut on 25 July 2020 by announcing the Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers game alongside Eric Karros.
In October 2020, Amin called the playoff round match of the Miami Marlins against the Atlanta Braves alongside the former player, Adam Wainwright.
While studying at Valparaiso University, Adam worked at WVUR-FM to call games at Minor League Baseball. At ESPN, he did MLB playoff broadcasting for the radio too.
Amin has amassed a net worth of 1 million dollars from his professional broadcasting career began in 2010 for the WCTC.
Some other Fox baseball announcers to watch in the 2023 MLB season are:
- Kenny Albert
- Don Orsillo
- Len Kasper
- Kevin Kugler
- Matt Vasgersian
- Ken Rosenthal
- Kenny Albert