Meet the BallparkDJ Team
Meet the professional voices that make BallparkDJ come alive.
Voice of SunTrust Park
Casey Motter, an avid Braves fan, grew up in Smyrna, GA where at age 5 he recalls hearing his name announced “Motor” at NIckajack Park. Casey got his start announcing youth football and baseball games in Peachtree City, GA where he would often bring his own sound system and music. Casey’s big break came one November night in 2006 when he caught the attention of Braves assistant general manager Frank Wren. Wren videotaped the youth football game Casey was announcing, focusing on the booth, and turned it into an invitation to try out for the Braves PA spot. Casey made the most of it, ultimately winning the job over a dozen other finalists all with professional experience.
Voice of Wrigley Field
Andrew is in his 9th season as the PA Announcer of the Chicago Cubs at historic Wrigley Field. Andrew is a lifelong Cubs fan. He landed his dream job in 2011, beating out nearly 3,000 other applicants. Andrew played baseball for Concordia University Chicago in River Forest and broadcast for their football and basketball teams. During his teen years, he volunteered to help broadcast games for the Rockford RiverHawks, an independent minor league team. Announcing baseball is part of his DNA.
Voice of Angel Stadium
Michael grew up a huge Angels fan and began his career in the sports industry in 1996 with Major League Soccer's LA Galaxy. After working in game-production for 6 years, on July 20th, 2002 he was asked to be the PA Announcer for the LA Galaxy. He loves soccer and baseball and when asked what his dream PA job was, he always responded emphatically, "to be the announcer for the Angels!" In 2013 he was asked to audition for the Los Angeles Angels and was offered his dream PA job shortly before the season. In addition to juggling the LA Galaxy and Angels schedules, Michael has a degree in psychology and has been working with at-risk youth since 1995. He is currently teaching Special Education.
Voice of Citi Field
Marysol grew up in The Bronx and earned her Journalism degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Marysol began her career at News 12 The Bronx before heading to WPIX in New York as the Traffic Reporter for 2 years. In 2004, Marysol became the Weather Anchor and Features Correspondent on ABC's Good Morning America. In 2010, Marysol became the Weather Anchor on CBS' The Early Show. In 2015, she joined ESPN as Host of Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN and Sideline Reporter for Little League World Series. Marysol was named public address announcer at Citi Field, on May 30, 2018, becoming the first Latina public address (PA) announcer in Major Leagues Baseball and the first female announcer for the New York Mets. And in January 2019, Maysol was introduced as the first female voice of BallparkDJ.
Voice of Tropicana Field
Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Tampa Bay Rays
Baseball has been Greg’s first love since the late 60’s. His passion and excitement for the game now comes through loud and clear over the speakers at Tropicana Field, where he is entering his tenth season as the Rays’ PA Announcer. Originally from Rutland, Vermont, Greg now resides in St. Petersburg, Florida. When asked about his job as Rays’ announcer, Greg often replies “Don't pinch me, I don't want to wake up.” Among his first influences were Bob Sheppard (Yankees) and Sherm Feller (Red Sox). Greg has spent over 20 years in radio and currently does freelance voice-over work through ProSound24.com.