Dave O'Brien

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Dave O'Brien is an American sportscaster who currently works for ESPN, Westwood One, and the Boston Red Sox Radio Network.

Early career

Born in Quincy, Massachusetts, O'Brien grew up in New Hampshire before studying broadcasting at Syracuse University. From 1987 to 1992 he called play-by-play for Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves as well as college football and basketball games for Georgia and Miami, garnering the Georgia Associated Press' "Best Sports Play-by-Play" accolade in 1988 and 1991. O'Brien then broadcast for the Florida Marlins from the team's inaugural year in 1993 through 2001, including their first World Series win in 1997.


O'Brien has two daughters and a son.

Other baseball commentatory

O'Brien provided commentary for MLB's international coverage of the World Series from 2004 until 2009. O'Brien was television voice of the New York Mets on WPIX-TV from 2003 through 2005. He won the Achievements in Radio (A.I.R.) award for Best Play-by-Play for his call of Mark McGwire's 59th home run in .

Prior to the season, O'Brien was denied permission by ESPN to join the Chicago Cubs' broadcast...
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