Aaron Goldsmith Biography, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, and Fox Sports

Aaron Goldsmith Biography

Aaron Goldsmith is an American sportscaster. Goldsmith has been a play-by-play announcer for the Seattle Mariners Radio Network since 2013 working innings 3, 6, and 7 of each game. Moreover, he does some of the lead play-by-play on selected games for Root Sports Northwest during Mariners baseball season.

Aaron does select baseball games, primarily on selected Saturdays for Fox Sports 1. In the off-season, he also provides play-by-play for college football on Sports USA Radio Network and Pac-12 basketball on Fox Sports 1.

Aaron Goldsmith Age and Birthday

Goldsmith was born on August 29th, 1983 in Wichita, Kansas. He is 38 years old as of 2021. Additionally, Aaron celebrates his birthday on August 29th every year.

Aaron Goldsmith Height and Weight

Aaron measures an average height. However, his height, as well as his weight, are currently unavailable. This information is currently under review and will be updated as soon as it has been made publicly available.

Aaron Goldsmith Family, Parents, and Siblings

Goldsmith is very private about his personal life. He has hence not disclosed any information pertaining to his parents, siblings nor his other relatives. This information is however currently under review and will be updated as soon as it has been made publicly available.

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Aaron Goldsmith Dating, Wife and Children

While Goldsmith was providing a play-by-play voice for the Pawsox Radio Network in 2012, he was also involved in a romantic relationship with his soon-to-be wife, Heather. He [roposed to his wife and she accepted. The family currently resides in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland. It is not known if the couple is yet to be blessed with kids.

Aaron Goldsmith Education

Aaron attended the Principia College in Illinois majoring in history. After graduating from Principia with his history in degree, Goldsmith began taking classes at the Broadcast Centre in St. Louis. Due to his historical background, he often found he was four years behind other students. It took 10 months for Goldsmith to graduate from The Broadcast Centre.

Aaron Goldsmith Career

Aaron began calling college basketball games on FS1 during the 2013-14 season, culminating with the Pac-12 Tournament. He broadcasted the season alongside former NBA and collegiate standout Sean Elliott. Goldsmith first di MLB play-by-play on FS1 in 2014-the first year MLB games appeared on the cable channel.

Prior to the 2013 season, he was named the radio voice of the Seattle Mariners. He became the first full-time replacement for the legendary Dave Niehaus, who passed away in November 2010. Before joining the Mariners, Aaron worked as the play-by-play voice of the Tripple-A Pawtucket Red Sox for one season after having spent two with the Double-A Frisco RoughRiders.

During his earlier career, he lived the true minor league experience. He covered home games for the Independent Frontier League Gateway Grizzlies, working an unpaid internship doing play-by-play for the Cape Cod League Bourne (Mass) Braves, and holding a similar post with the Double-A Portland (Maine) Sea Dogs. Between jobs, he walked dogs to earn a living.

Aaron Goldsmith Net Worth

Aaron has made a great fortune over the years from his career as a sportscaster. He has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

Aaron Goldsmith Salary

The annual earnings of goldsmith are currently unavailable. This information will however be updated as soon as it has been made publicly available.

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