Greg Schulte is a sports broadcaster. He is best known as the team’s radio play-by-play voice at Arizona Diamondbacks Major League Baseball. Schulte has been serving in this position since the year 1998 the team’s inaugural season.
He has been nicknamed (like “The Governor” with an exaggerated English accent) ”The Gub’nuh”. Schulte dreamt of being Stan Musial but his fascination was listening to Cardinals baseball or one of the Cardinals.
Schulte was born in Silvis, Ill, the United States of America, on December 1, 1952. He is 69 years old.
He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx1.73 m tall.
Schulte was born to his father and mother in Silvis, Ill, the United States of America. He grew up in a small village for a kid to get into any trouble. But had everything a young boy could want in his tiny hometown of Silvis, Ill.
There was a baseball field at the park, the ice cream shop down the block, a bike store somewhere in the middle, and the soda fountain parlor on the corner back in his hometown.
Schulte is a married man. However, He has not gone in public regarding his wife’s name.
Schulte earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to Diamondbacks anchors/reporters’ salaries.
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
He has been serving the Diamondbacks as a longtime radio play-by-play voice. And in San Diego against the Padres, on April 19, 2017 booth called his 3,000th game in the Diamondbacks. Schulte dreamt of being Stan Musial but his fascination was listening.
To Cardinals baseball or one of the Cardinals Growing up. He would listen from the postgame show just to hear highlights from a game. Schulte just listened to for three hours, the game, and the dugout interview pregame show.
His voice has been always linked with this one of the greatest moments in baseball. And delivered the call of Luis Gonzalez’s ninth-inning single to win Game 7 of the 2001 World Series. On April 19, 2017, Schulte called his 3,000 Diamondbacks game.
He covered the Phoenix Suns. Greg first produced the broadcasts, and from there served at Al McCoy as a color commentator also, for several years. Schulte served for the Arizona Cardinals as post-game host and original pre-game.