Former Florida Marlins radio play-by-play announcer Jon "Boog" Sciambi will announce the 88th Major League Baseball All-Star Game on ESPN Radio at Marlins Park on Tuesday night. He will also be the lead radio announcer for the 2017 Home Run Derby on Monday night.
Sciambi once worked in South Florida for over a decade. He started as a producer at Sports Radio 560 WQAM-AM. Sciambi was elevated to evening talk host at that station in 1993. He eventually co-hosted a midday show with original Florida Panthers radio voice Chris Moore during the mid 1990s.
He did hold the position as intermission/studio host of Florida Panthers radio broadcasts in 1995-96. Sciambi joined the Florida Marlins Radio Network as a studio host in 1997 and added duties as a radio play-by-play announcer in 1999. He left the Marlins organization after the 2004 season and joined ESPN. Sciambi also worked at Sports Talk 790 The Ticket WAXY-AM as a midday host in 2004 and 2005.