Dan Shulman Biography and Wiki
Dan Shulman is a Canadian Sportscaster who currently hosts Swing and Belt with Dan Podcast and also reports on Toronto Blue Jays on Sportsnet. He is also a play-by-play announcer for Major League Baseball games, ESPN Men’s College games, and MLB post-season coverage for ESPN.
Dan Shulman Age and Birthday
Dan was born on February 9, 1967, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is 54 years old as of 2021.
Dan Shulman Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches tall.
Dan Shulman Education
Details about Dan’s early educational background aren’t available, however, immediately after completing high school he joined the University of Western Ontario where he studied and graduated in actuarial science. Additionally, he attended the York Mills Collegiate Institute.
Dan Shulman Parents and Siblings.
Shaun has not revealed any information concerning her family. This also makes it difficult to know his parents and siblings. He was born and raised up in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Dan Shulman Wife
He got married to his current wife in 2018 and both have one son together. Previously, Dan was married to Sarah Shulman whom he divorced in 2017 citing unreconciliable reasons.
Dan Shulman Net Worth
His net worth ranges between $1 Million to $3 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his career as a sportscaster.
Dan Shulman Blue Jays and ESPN
Dan is a Canadian Sportscaster who currently hosts Swing and Belt with Dan Podcast and also reports on Toronto Blue Jays on Sportsnet. He is also a play-by-play announcer for Major League Baseball games, ESPN Men’s College games, and MLB post-season coverage for ESPN.
He joined ESPN in 2001 working as a full-time sportscaster baseball and college basketball, however, he concurrently worked at ESPN while still employed by TSN. Shulman signed a five-year contract extension with ESPN in 2007 and was then tasked to call NBA games. Furthermore, he is the lead announcer for NCAA basketball at ESPN.
Dan joined TSN in 1995 where he served as a play-by-play voice broadcast of Toronto Blue Jays baseball games. He served as a commentator alongside former Blue Jays catcher Buck Martinez. Additionally, during his time at TSN, he served as a secondary play-by-play voice for NHL hockey and lead announcer for NBA basketball. He also reported on CHL games and served as a cohost on TSN Inside Sports and the World Series alongside Dave Hodge