About

My name is Dominic Cotroneo, I’m a multimedia broadcaster currently based in Milwaukee, WI. I’ve spent the last five seasons calling MLB Spring Training for the Oakland A’s, Texas Rangers, and Houston Astros. From 2016-2019 I was a play-by-play broadcaster in Minor League Baseball. I was set to return for the 2020 season before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the season.

I’ve called television games part-time for Pac-12 Network in Arizona during the 2021 and 2022 seasons.

I’m currently the new host of Brewers Extra Innings on The Home of the Brewers, 620 WTMJ interacting with fans on the official postgame call-in show for the Brewers.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/brewers-extra-innings/id1201392318

I’m the host of the Locked On Brewers podcast – a daily 20-30 minute podcast covering the Milwaukee Brewers for the 2022 season. I produce, edit, and post all episodes to our podcast platform as well as to Youtube.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-brewers-daily-podcast-on-the-milwaukee-brewers/id1464745258

I learned I was laid off in early 2021 from my Minor League job and decided to move to Milwaukee to serve as a part-time statistician for Bally Sports Wisconsin broadcasts. As the year progressed, I worked a little more than half of the season with the Brewers, and also earned the same role with Turner Sports for MLB on TBS in the second half of the baseball season. I worked in the booth for the NLDS between Atlanta and Milwaukee with Don Orsillo and Jeff Francouer. Then I worked with the on-site Postseason Show crew during the NLCS anchored by Bob Costas.

My TV tape can be found above, and radio clips found below. Thanks for stopping by, and keep on swinging.

Oh, and it’s pronounced, “cuh-troh-knee-oh.”

CONTACT:

Email | Dominic.M.Cotroneo@gmail.com

Twitter | Dom_Cotroneo

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