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Kevin DiDomenico is an award-winning sports broadcaster who has served as the play-by-play voice of nine different sports on ESPN+ and the ACC Network Extra, and was the lead play-by-play broadcaster for three MiLB affiliates: the Arizona Diamondbacks (Triple-A, Reno), Boston Red Sox (Single-A, Salem, Va.) and New York Yankees (Advanced Rookie, Pulaski, Va.). At 23 years old, Kevin became one of the youngest broadcasters ever to be hired by a Triple-A team.

In 2022, Kevin was named a top five collegiate sports broadcaster in the country (First Team All-American) by the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America’s Jim Nantz Awards.

In addition to baseball, Kevin has served as the play-by-play voice of basketball, volleyball, soccer, football, swimming & diving, lacrosse, field hockey and softball for Division I schools including UVA, Pitt, Virginia Tech and Temple. From 2020 to 2022, he was the lead voice for Radford University men’s and women’s basketball on ESPN+.

Kevin also excels in the content-creation side of the business. In his most recent season in Triple-A Reno, he created, hosted and edited a daily Aces Minute pregame show, weekly coach’s show, player features, and the Aces Loaded podcast. In the 2023 season, Kevin’s efforts led the Aces to increase their social media engagement by 21% and jump into the top 20 page views for Triple-A teams for the first time in the organization’s history. Throughout his career, he also served as the emcee and host of team community and media events.

“Kevin delivered a high-level broadcast on a nightly basis and developed personal relationships with our team and coaching staff, which helped add a unique flair. He makes the broadcast a lot of fun while carrying the drama through each pitch,” said Vince Ruffino, Reno Aces vice president of communications.

Kevin prides himself on developing strong bonds with the players and coaches he covers – and the analysts and production crews he works with. Aces manager Blake Lalli added, “Kevin has an amazing ability to connect with our players and coaches, and this allowed him to be the perfect liaison to our team and the TV audience.”

Kevin’s passion for play–by-play began in his elementary school years when he’d turn down the TV sound on sporting events and become the broadcaster. At age 10, he got his first taste of a major-league booth when he won the Washington Nationals “Kids Run the Show” contest and called the 3rd inning of a game on the Nationals Radio Network. In his free time, Kevin enjoys his time on the golf course, comedy shows, live music and spending time with his dog, Wrigley.

Image by Matt Gross
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