Sean McDonough, one of sports media’s most versatile talents, recently signed an extension with ESPN to continue his second stint at the network which dates back to 2000. (He was with the network from 1989 through 1995, as well.) McDonough will continue to be one of the network’s most prominent play-by-play voices on top properties including: college football, college basketball, Major League Baseball and more.
“I’m very excited to stay with ESPN at this point in my life,” said McDonough, 53. “The things most important to me are the people in my life and the relationships you have. Yes, ESPN is a great place to work, but it’s also home to some of my closest friends.”
“Sean McDonough has been a signature voice on ESPN and one of the premier play-by-play voices in the industry,” said ESPN Senior Vice President, Production and Remote Events,Mark Gross. “His versatility and range – from college football and basketball to baseball, lacrosse and golf – make him recognizable and beloved by sports fans.”
Credit to ESPN Front Row who originally provided this information