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Dave Flemming Profile

Dave Flemming is an American sportscaster, who works as a play-by-play announcer for the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball as well as college football, college basketball, and Monday Night Baseball on ESPN and NBA basketball on ESPN Radio.

Dave Flemming Age

As of 2024, Flemming is 48 years old, he was born on May 31, 1976, in Alexandria, Virginia, United States of America. Furthermore, he celebrates his birthday on May 31 every year.

Dave Flemming Height

He stands at an average height of 6 feet 0 inches tall.

Dave Flemming Parents

There isn’t publicly available information about the parents of sportscaster Flemming.

Dave Flemming Education

Dave Flemming graduated from St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School in 1994, He then joined Stanford University where he received his master’s degree in journalism, he went on with his studies and received a master’s degree from S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.

Dave Flemming Wife

Dave Flemming is married to Jessica Flemming, the couples live in San Francisco with their identical twin daughters Katie and Carter, and their son David Henry.

Dave Flemming
Dave Flemming

Dave Flemming Kids

The couple is blessed with three children. Identical twin daughters Katie and Carter and their son David Henry.

Dave Flemming Debut

He grew up in Alexandria, Virginia, where he spent his time in listening to Giants partner Jon Miller call Baltimore Orioles games. In 2004, he began his first full year as an announcer for the team, working with Miller, Duane Kuiper, and Mike Krukow on San Francisco station KNBR and the Giants Radio Network. He splits his time between the Giants’ radio and television broadcasts.

Dave Flemming Sportscaster

Flemming Rose quickly advanced in the baseball broadcasting industry, starting with Class-A ball in 2000, moving to Triple-A from 2001-2003, and eventually joining the San Francisco Giants. During his twelve seasons calling Giants games, Flemming has been part of many memorable moments.

On April 27, 2003, during his second major league broadcast as a fill-in for Jon Miller, Flemming called Kevin Millwood’s no-hitter against the Giants. On July 14, 2006, he made his television broadcast debut for the Giants during a Friday night home game. On November 1, 2010, in Game 5 of the World Series at Rangers Ballpark, Flemming made the call for Édgar Rentería’s three-run homer that ultimately secured the Giants’ victory and the World Series title:

“Lee pitches. Rentería hits a high drive, deep left-center field, with David Murphy going back, on the warning track, IT IS, GONE! Édgar Rentería has hit a three-run homer, against Cliff Lee! And the Giants lead here in the World Series, 3-0! Édgar Rentería, the World Series hero, and it’s 3-0 here. The Giants are nine outs away.”

Flemming also called the final out of Matt Cain’s perfect game on June 13, 2012, the first in Giants’ history, and he made the memorable radio call when the Giants won the World Series on October 28, 2012:

“Romo’s 2-2 pitch on the way… Cabrera TAKES STRIKE THREE CALLED! And the Giants have won the World Series in Detroit! And the celebration begins as the Giants mob the mound! Cabrera strikes out looking to end it! And not only have the Giants won the World Series, but they have also swept the Tigers in four games in dominant fashion. It’s the second World Series title for the Giants in the last three seasons.”

Stanford football and basketball

In early 2008, he began broadcasting Stanford Cardinal football and basketball. He spent three years as the radio voice for Stanford basketball and six years in the same role for Stanford football. He eventually left these broadcasts to focus on his network work.

During his tenure as the voice of Stanford football, the team experienced its most successful period in history. His first broadcast was on the Stanford radio network during the remarkable upset of #1 ranked USC on October 6, 2007.

Over the next six seasons, he covered record-setting performances by Toby Gerhart and Andrew Luck and witnessed three BCS bowl appearances, including a Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin on January 1, 2013.

National work

Flemming became a regular college basketball announcer on ESPN in 2010 after calling a few games for the network the previous season. He covers Pac-12, Big 12, and WCC games for ESPN, working alongside analysts like Sean Farnham and Fran Fraschilla. In addition to basketball, Flemming has called baseball for ESPN and ESPN Radio, and he spent a season calling college football games for the Pac-12 Network in 2012 before moving to ESPN’s college football coverage in 2013.

In 2013, he started calling NBA games on ESPN Radio and contributing to the Little League World Series coverage on ESPN and ABC. By 2015, Flemming had begun calling NFL games for ESPN Radio. In 2016, he expanded his role to include select Monday Night Baseball games and College Football Thursday Primetime games for ESPN.

Dave Flemming Contract

Flemming, teams with Jon Miller on most of his team’s radio broadcasts, this has helped Dave to renew the four-year deal that will keep him in the Giants up to 2022. This deal was reported by the San Francisco Chronicle as his first option. According to the Chronicle, he increased his duties from 130 to 140 games per year a season from now.

“I’m really happy. I love the city and my broadcast partners and Giants fans,” Flemming told NBC Sports Bay Area. “Larry [Baer] and the front office – and Giants fans – make all of us feel like such a big part of the franchise. That makes our jobs very rewarding.”

There was some concern within the organization and fan base that Flemming would leave for increased national work, especially when ESPN overhauled its baseball broadcast teams, but Flemming has always insisted he’ll be with the Giants. This upcoming season will be his 16th as a member of their broadcast team.

Dave Flemming Social Media Platforms

Flemming is very active on his X, Instagram, and Facebook pages. He has 1.3k followers on X, 1.9k followers on Instagram, and 2k followers on Facebook.

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