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Joe Castiglione

Radio Announcer
Male
Born Mar 2, 1947
Age 69

Joseph John Castiglione is an American radio announcer for the Boston Red Sox baseball team, an author and lecturer.

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CHILDHOOD

1947 Birth Born in 1947.

TWENTIES

1972 25 Years Old He began his career in Youngstown, Ohio broadcasting football games for $15 a game, and as sports reporter for WFMJ-TV in 1972. … Read More

THIRTIES

1986 39 Years Old Castiglione joined the Red Sox broadcast team in, teamed with Ken Coleman. He admitted not being in the booth when the ball rolled through Bill Buckner's legs in the 1986 World Series, as he was in the clubhouse covering Red Sox' seemingly impending victory celebration.

FORTIES

1989 42 Years Old After Coleman's retirement in 1989, Bob Starr became the lead announcer for the Red Sox. … Read More

FIFTIES

2004 57 Years Old Castiglione became nationally known when the team won the 2004 World Series, with his broadcast of the end of the game.
2006 59 Years Old …  It was updated in 2006 to include material on the 2004 World Series.

LATE ADULTHOOD

2007 60 Years Old During the 2007 season he shared announcing duties with a rotating duo of Dave O'Brien and Glenn Geffner. … Read More
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