Sports speaker for hire Mike Greenberg is a sports analyst for ESPN known for his time on the Mike & Mike show with Mike Golic, and other ESPN shows including his current sport on Get Up! with Jalen Rose, Michelle Beadle and Chauncey Billups.
Greenberg’s career at ESPN started in 1996 with the debut of ESPNEWS, being one of the first hosts to work for the program. Graduating to a spot on SportCenter as an anchor shortly after, the success continued with a daytime talk show sport with fellow analyst Mike Golic, thus starting the popular show Mike & Mike. The show would run through 2017, being one of the most popular segments on ESPN Radio. They were known for their chemistry and daily on air antics.
Greenberg’s next step in his career would be to join ESPN’s new show Get Up! in 2018. The show covers everything NBA and features host Michelle Beadle, NBA analyst Jalen Rose, and former baller Chauncey Billups.
Outside of his work on TV and radio, Greenberg has released multiple books. In 2006, Greenberg released his first book, Why My Wife Thinks I’m An Idiot: The Life and Times of a Sportscaster Dad. The book reached 14th on the New York Times Bestseller list and was one of the top sports books of the year. In 2010, Greenberg released a book with his Mike & Mike co star titled, Mike & Mike: Rules for Sports and Life, going on a 15 city book tour to promote it. Greenberg followed up with two more books including All You Could Ask For in 2013, and My Father’s Wives in January 2015.
APPEARANCES: Get Up!, Duel, Guiding Light, Live! with Kelly
BOOKS: Why My Wife Thinks I’m An Idiot: The Life and Times of a Sportscaster Dad, Mike & Mike: Rules for Sports and Life, All You Could Ask For, My Father’s Wives
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