Dave Flemming Net Worth, Salary, Wife, Bio, Age, Parents, Career, ESPN

Dave Flemming Biography

David Braxton Flemming is a famous American sports media personality. Since 2003, he has called play-by-play games for the Major League Baseball San Francisco Giants. In addition, Flemming calls major league baseball, college football, college basketball, golf, and MLB International’s World Series and World Baseball Classic on ESPN.

As a child, he listened to current Giants partner Jon Miller call Baltimore Orioles games while growing up in Alexandria, Virginia. Flemming joined Miller, Duane Kuiper, and Mike Krukow as an announcer for the team for his first full season in 2004. He worked for the Giants Radio Network and the San Francisco station KNBR. Since then, he has alternated between radio on KNBR and television on NBC Sports Bay Area.

Dave Flemming Net Worth

Flemming has an estimated net worth of $800 thousand. His job career is his main source of income. Having worked in the industry for quite some time now, he  has been able to secure a decent fortune for himself.

Dave Flemming Salary

Flemming receives a respectable wage from his job . He receives an average annual salary of $70 Thousand.

Year 2023 2024
Dave Flemming Salary  $70 Thousand  $80 Thousand
Dave Flemming Net Worth $800 Thousand $850 Thousand

Dave Flemming Age

Flemming was born on May 31, 1976 in Alexandria, Virginia, As of 2023 he is 47 years old.

Dave Flemming Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Flemming stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 7 inches(1.70 m, 170 cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 87kg (192lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

Dave Flemming Parents

Flemming’s origins trace back to the United States, where he was born and nurtured through the stages of his formative years by his parents. While the influence of his upbringing undoubtedly plays a significant role in shaping the person he has become, the specifics of his family background remain veiled in a certain degree of privacy.

Despite diligent efforts to unveil the layers of Flemming’s familial tapestry, our pursuit has encountered the limits imposed by the boundaries of public information. The identity of his parents, the architects of his early years, remains a mystery, hidden from the scrutiny of public knowledge.

In addition, the question of whether Flemming shares his life’s journey with siblings remains unanswered, as the details of his familial dynamics are yet to be revealed. Will update this information once we have it from a credible source.

Dave Flemming Wife

Flemming’s heart found its counterpart in the enchanting company of his beloved wife, Jessica Flemming. Their union is a testament to the bonds forged in the tapestry of shared dreams, aspirations, and the delicate threads of love that weave through the fabric of their lives.

Their journey as life companions is marked not only by the joyous moments of celebration but also by the strength derived from facing challenges hand in hand. In the sanctuary of their shared commitment, Flemming and Jessica find solace, drawing from the wellspring of mutual understanding and unwavering support that defines the foundation of their marital bond.

Dave Flemming Kids

Carter and Katie Flemming, are the couple’s identical twin daughters. David Henry, their charming son, is another child they have. Dave currently resides in San Francisco with his family. In his spare time, he enjoys going on hikes and hanging out with his friends and family.

Dave Flemming Education

Flemming completed his high school education at St. Agnes School and St. Stephen’s. Later, he enrolled at Stanford University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in classics. He also graduated with a master’s in broadcast journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at the University of Syracuse.

Dave Flemming Career

In 2010, Flemming began working for ESPN as a college basketball play-by-play analyst. Since then, he has also established himself as a reliable voice on the network’s football and baseball coverage. Presently, he co-hosts the Saturday college football coverage on ABC and ESPN alongside reporter Stormy Buonantony and analyst Rod Gilmore.

MLB play-by-play duties for Flemming have expanded to include more games. Since 2014, he has called Major League Baseball games on television for the network, including Monday Night Baseball. He broadcasts MLB playoff games on ESPN Radio every year. Since 2013, he has also covered the Little League World Series.

Additionally, Flemming provides live announcing for ESPN’s golf major coverage.

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