Dave Flemming Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Brother Height, Wife, ESPN, Net worth, Salary and Twitter

Dave Flemming is an American sportscaster, currently working as a play-by-play announcer for the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball

Dave Flemming Biography

Dave Flemming is an American sportscaster, currently working as a play-by-play announcer for the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball as well as college basketball, college football, and Monday Night Baseball on ESPN.

Flemming grew up in Alexandria, Virginia, where he spent his time listening to Giants partner Jon Miller call Baltimore Orioles games. In 2004, he started his first full year as an announcer for the team, working with Duane Kuiper, Miller, and Mike Krukow on San Francisco station KNBR and the Giants Radio Network. Currently, he splits his time between the Giants’ radio and television broadcasts.

Dave Flemming Education

Flemming attended and graduated from St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School in 1994. He then joined Stanford University where he received his master’s degree in journalism. He went on with his studies and received a master’s degree from S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.

Dave Flemming Sportscaster

Flemming joined ESPN in 2010 as a play-by-play commentator for college basketball. Additionally, Flemming has since become a regular voice on the network’s baseball and football coverage.

He has provided play-by-play commentary for the Thursday night college football games since the 2016 season, with reporter Laura Rutledge and a rotating group of ESPN’s top analysts. In 2019, he returns to Friday nights, with a rotating analyst and reporter Paul Carcaterra. His play-by-play duties for ESPN have grown to include baseball. Since 2014, Flemming has called televised Major League Baseball games for the network and in 2016 he was named to the Monday Night Baseball team. Every year, Flemming calls MLB playoff games on ESPN Radio.

Flemming will start his seventeenth year as an on-air voice for the San Francisco Giants on KNBR-AM radio broadcasts and select games on television in addition to his ESPN responsibilities, in the spring of 2020. During his time there, Flemming has received three Northern California Emmys for his play-by-play commentary. He was also named the best of the new generation of baseball announcers by the Sports Business Journal in 2008.

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For six seasons he handled the radio play-by-play duties for Stanford football and has as well served as a substitute announcer on Golden State Warriors radio broadcasts.

Dave Flemming ESPN

Flemming works at ESPN where he works alongside other famous ESPN anchors, reporters, meteorologists, and sports anchors including;

  1. Mike Missanelli
  2. Debbie Antonelli
  3. Bill Rasmussen
  4. Ryen Russillo
  5. Howard Bryant
  6. Rowdy Gaines
  7. Justin Kutcher
  8. Louis Riddick
  9. Steve Levy
  10. Debbie Antonelli
  11. John Strong

Dave Flemming Age

Flemming is 45 years old as of 2021. He was born David Braxton Flemming on May 31, 1976, in Alexandria, Virginia, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 31st of May every year.

Dave Flemming Height

Flemming stands at a height of approximately 5 feet, 8 inches.

Dave Flemming Family / Brother

Flemming has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. He has a brother named Will Flemming who is a sports announcer. He broadcasts Boston Red Sox games with the WEEI Red Sox Radio Network alongside veteran announcer Joe Castiglione.

Dave Flemming Wife

Flemming is married to Jessica Flemming and the couples live in San Francisco with their identical twin daughters Katie and Carter and their son David Henry.

Dave Flemming Net worth

Flemming has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through being a sportscaster.

Dave Flemming Salary

Flemming earns an annual salary ranging from $40,000 – $ 110,500.

Dave Flemming Stanford football and basketball

At the beginning of 2008, he started broadcasting at Stanford Cardinal football and basketball. He spent there his three years as the voice of Stanford basketball on the radio, and six years in that capacity with Stanford football before leaving the Stanford broadcasts to concentrate on his network work.

During this period he served as the voice of Stanford football coincided with the most successful stretch in the school’s football history. His first broadcast was on the Stanford radio network and the epic upset of #1 which was ranked in USC on October 6, 2007. Over the next six seasons, Flemming was behind the microphone for the record performances of Toby Gerhart and Andrew Luck, and for three BCS bowl appearances, including a Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin on January 1, 2013.

National work

Dave became a regular College Basketball player on ESPN announcer in 2010, after having called a couple of games for the network and the previous season. He works for Pac-12, Big 12, and WCC games for ESPN, where he teams with his teammates Sean Farnham, Fran Fraschilla, and other analysts. He as well called baseball for ESPN and ESPN Radio and worked a season calling college football games for the Pac-12 Network in 2012 before shifting to College Football on ESPN in 2013.

In 2013, he began calling NBA games on ESPN Radio and contributing to Little League World Series coverage on ESPN and ABC. In 2015, he started calling NFL games for ESPN Radio as well. In 2016, he began calling select Monday Night Baseball games for ESPN, as well as College Football Thursday Primetime games.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Flemming.

Who is Dave Flemming?

 He is an American sportscaster

How old is Dave Flemming?

45 years old as of 2021

How tall is Dave Flemming?

5 feet, 8 inches

Who is Dave Flemming married to?

Jessica Flemming

How much money does Dave Flemming earn?

$40,000 – $ 110,500

How much is Dave Flemming worth?

$1 Million – $5 Million
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