Adrian Garcia Marquez
Adrian Garcia Marquez presently works for FOX Deportes’ coverage of the MLB and Premier Boxing Champions. As a host and play-by-play voice and also contribute to both college football and Liga MX broadcasts.
Garcia also serves at FOX Soccer’s productions such as Liga MX, and Concacaf Gold Cup. As well as CONMEBOL Copa America as a play-by-play announcer. He worked at Los Angeles Lakers as a play-by-play Announcer.
Garcia was born in San Diego, California, in the United States on December 28, 1973. He is 48 years old.
Garcia stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
Garcia studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in both radio and television from San Diego S.B. in 1998.
Garcia has not mentioned details about her parents and whether he has any siblings.
Garcia is a married man and together they have two kids, they stay in Corona, Calif.
Garcia annually receives a salary of $73,811.
Garcia has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Garcia currently serves at FOX Deportes’ coverage of the MLB and Premier Boxing Champions. As a play-by-play voice and he also works for both college football and Liga MX broadcasts as a contributor. He serves at FOX Soccer’s productions such as Liga MX, and Concacaf Gold Cup.
As well as CONMEBOL Copa America as a play-by-play announcer also. Garcia also served at Super Bowl LIV, the most-watched Spanish-language. Super Bowl of all time as the play-by-play announcer. He worked for the Los Angeles Chargers and as NBA League.
Pass Spanish-language broadcasts as the lead Spanish-language radio play-by-play announcer additionally. Garcia commenced his career in 1999 in baseball, he worked. At the San Diego Padres Pregame Show for the team’s Spanish radio flagship K1040 AM as a host.
He then became the youngest play-by-play announcer in Major League Baseball. Worked as the Spanish-language voice of the Oakland A’s, after a year. Then Garcia was recruited by ESPN to call MLB action such as Playoffs. And the World Series in the same year. He also served at NFL games as a broadcaster and also on NFL Primetime and NFL Films as a host while he was at ESPN.