Scott Braun

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Scott Braun is an MLB Network and NHL Network (U.S. TV network) studio host and reporter,[1] appearing across programming including the Emmy Award-winning "MLB Tonight"[2] as well as "MLB Now," "The Rundown," "High Heat," "Quick Pitch," "Plays of the Week," "NHL Tonight," "NHL Now" and "On The Fly."[3] In addition to his studio work, Braun is a play-by-play announcer for MLB Network and game telecasts including the World Baseball Classic[4] and JUCO World Series.[5] Braun joined MLB Network in 2012[6] and NHL Network in 2015.

Braun also serves as a play-by-play broadcaster for Pac-12 Network and SNY, including New York Mets games, and as a host on sports talk radio shows on SiriusXM.[7] Prior to joining MLB Network, Braun served as a college basketball play-by-play announcer for ESPN and the host of's Heat Index, covering the Miami Heat. In addition to his work for ESPN, Braun reported feature stories around the country for CBS Sports Network and was a studio host on, including Fantasy Football Today. Previously, Braun was an anchor for Westwood One National Radio during the 2014 Olympics. Braun was the play-by-play voice for the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League for two seasons. Additional television credits include reporting on the red carpet for E! as well as hosting and reporting on NBC-6 Miami and SunSports.

Braun graduated from the University of Miami, with a double major in broadcast journalism and sports administration. In 2008, Braun received the Society of Professional Journalism Award for Journalism Excellence in Miami.


  1. ^ "Sports Business Daily's Young Guns of Broadcasting".
  2. ^ "MLB Network's Emmy Awards".
  3. ^ "MLB Network Hosts the 2017 Draft".
  4. ^ "World Baseball Classic".
  5. ^ "JUCO World Series".
  6. ^ "Scott Braun joins MLB Network".
  7. ^ "SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio" (PDF).
  • MLB Network bio

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