Don Orsillo Biography
Don Orsillo serves as a play-by-play announcer on Bally Sports San Diego. For the San Diego Padres, he began working here in 2016. Orsillo worked as a play-by-play man at Boston Red Sox for NESN prior .
Don Orsillo Age
Orsillo was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, in the United States on December 16, 1968. He is 53 years old.
Don Orsillo Height
Orsillo stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Don Orsillo Education
Orsillo attended John H. Fuller Elementary School in New Hampshire. And Kennett Junior High School in Conway, New Hampshire. Then he finished his high school course at Miraleste High School. in 1987 in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, during his time here he played both.
For the basketball and Marauder baseball team. Orsillo then studied and graduated from Northeastern University. With a degree in Communication Studies, he interned under Red Sox’s play-by-play voice, Joe Castiglione.
Don Orsillo Family
Orsillo ‘s parents are Maryanna Steele, and Mr, Orsillo. However, after his parents divorced he became the stepson of Bill Steele. Sadly, in August 2017, his biological father Mr, Orsillo died after battling Pancreatic cancer for two years.
Don Orsillo Wife
Orsillo was first married to Lisa with whom he shares two daughters. Sydney and Madison, but they separated and he exchanged vows with Kathy Maguire in 2017. They stay in Coronado, California.
Don Orsillo Salary
Orsillo earns an annual salary of $100,000.
Don Orsillo Net Worth
Orsillo has an approximated net worth of $1.5 million.
Don Orsillo Career
Orsillo as of now serves as a play-by-play announcer for the San Diego Padres. For Ball Sports ( then Fox Sports Arizona)he began working here in 2006. He came to Fox after he was dismissed from calling the Boston Red Sox during the 2015 season.
After Orsillo joined the Padres, he stepped in the place of Dick Enberg after going for retirement after the 2016 season. He also has worked for the Falcons between 1994 to 1996 as a play-by-play voice and as a broadcaster for Springfield Falcons during his career as a sportscaster.
Orsillo also serves as an MLB play-by-play announcer for TBS besides calling the Padres. He worked on NESN as a play-by-play voice for Boston Red Sox. Orsillo worked for 15 years calling the Red Sox games from 2001 to 2015 before he was controversially fired before .
After he left he’s place was filled in by Dave O’Brien who used to work calling games. For the Red Sox Radio Network between 2007 to 2016.