Padres Announcers 2023 include Mike Pomeranz and Jesse Agler.
These baseball announcers have offered their talented voices and broadcasting experience to give excitement to the Padres' audience.
Jesse Agler Padres joined the organization in February 2014 as a broadcaster.
Moreover, Agler also directed content for the Padres, monitoring the franchise's social media operations. For five years, Agler worked as an announcer (fill-in) for Bally Sports San Diego to conduct play-by-play voice for the Padres matches.
Agler also conducts his announcing role on the radio station, 97.4 The Fan, which is the flagship channel for the San Diego Padres. During the MLB off-seasons, Jesse contributes his voice to other sports like the NBA and NFL. He was also a post-game member of the Dolphins Radio Network in 213.
Agler graduated from the University of Miami and upon his graduation, joined Jayhawk League's baseball announcing duties. He also worked as a radio host for the Florida Marlins and the Miami Hurricanes programs.
Mike Pomeranz started his engagement with Bally Sports San Diego in March 2012.
Pomeranz has various responsibilities in Bally Sports, where he is involved as a host for the 'Padres Live' shows. However, he also has filled in for the announcer role after Dick Endberg's demise.
Before his broadcasting career for the Friars, Mike was involved in Fox Sports North as its Studio Host from 2010 to 2012. Moreover, he also operated for KARE-TV as its News Anchor, from January 2006 to 2012.
Mike graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. He began his broadcasting life on KRDO TV in 1994 and then moved to WATE-TV the following year.
Moreover, Mike is a former MiLB reliever for the Minnesota Twins's affliatied Kenosha Twins in 1989. There, he contributed a 2.99 ERA, and 54 strikeouts from 81.1 innings pitched. However, an injury led to his retirement in the 1992 season.
Don Orsillo started his Padres announcer journey in 2016 as a successor to former broadcaster Dick Endberg.
Orsillo left Red Sox's play-by-play announcing role and joined the Padres, where he works to broadcast the Friars' games on TV. Don ultimately became a full-timer in the 2017 season as the Californian team's play-by-play voice.
A veteran in the sportscasting world, Orsillo spent 9 seasons for the TBS Network as its broadcast team. There, he had the opportunity to call many NL and AL games from 2007 to 2013.
A winner of four Emmy awards for being the best announcer, Orsillo has appeared in many TV shows too, including The Heat and Fever Pitch. Don studied at Northeastern University and was also involved in the MiLB as a broadcaster for Pittsburgh Mets.