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Greg Amsinger

Greg Amsinger (b. May 24, 1979, St. Louis, MO) is an American sportscaster and currently a studio host for MLB Network.

Career

Prior to arriving at MLB Network in 2009, Amsinger had worked at CBS College Sports/CSTV and at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, IN. A 2001 graduate of Lindenwood University (St. Charles, MO), Amsinger worked numerous part-time radio jobs while in school including a two-year stint as producer of the St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Radio Network at KMOX.[1] Other side jobs included play-by-play broadcaster at KSLQ radio and inaugural voice of the now defunct River City Renegades indoor professional football organization.[2]

CBS College Sports/CSTV

Before signing with MLB, Amsinger was the first and primary studio host for CBS College Sports Network (formerly CSTV). He hosted numerous shows like Crystal Ball, Inside College Football, The #1 College Sports Show, Generation Next and NCAA March Madness Highlights (the official highlight show of the NCAA men's basketball tournament).[1] He has done play-by-play for women's college basketball and paintball.

In 2006, he hosted the "SEC Preview Show" with Gary Danielson and Brian Jones.[3] In 2007, Amsinger co-hosted the "World Series of Video Games" with former MTV host Susie Castillo.[4] In 2008, Amsinger also hosted the Tour de France for CBS.[1]

MLB Network

Amsinger is currently a studio host at MLB Network, regularly appearing on MLB Tonight, Quick Pitch, and special event coverage including MLB's All-Star Game, Postseason and World Series. Amsinger also hosts MLB Productions' weekly show for the 2012 MLB regular season, Player Poll.

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