Biography - Amaury Pi Gonzalez Official

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Amaury Pi-Gonzalez is a well-known name in the world of Major League Sports Spanish Radio and Television Broadcasting. He was born in Havana, Cuba in 1944 and later moved to Miami, Florida in 1961, where he worked as a print model and actor. He even made appearances on popular TV shows at the time, such as "The Jackie Gleason Show" on CBS and "The Midnight Caller" on NBC.

After serving in the US Army from 1966-1968, he moved to California in 1969 to pursue his eventual career in radio broadcasting. A true pioneer of his field, Amaury has worked as a sports anchor and play-by-play announcer for various networks and teams, including Fox Sports, Telemundo, Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Angeles, and The Golden State Warriors of the NBA. He the first Spanish major league play-by-play announcer to have broadcast for four different teams, and the only announcer that covered home games for two major league teams at the same time in two different leagues - SF Giants and Seattle Mariners. Other sporting events he has covered include the Caribbean World Series, World Cup Soccer, and The Super Bowl.

Amaury has been recognized for his impressive achievements in the industry. He was selected for publication in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World in 2003, 2004, and 2005. Additionally, he has been inducted into the CSHOF (Cuban Sports Hall of Fame), the Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum Hall of Fame, and the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame. His articles and columns in English and Spanish can be found on the Internet and in various bilingual newspapers in the U.S. and Latin America.

Professional Timeline

1977 - 1993  
Spanish Broadcaster, Oakland Athletics, Oakland, CA. This was the first team that broadcast in Spanish in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Charlie Finley gave me permission to broadcast one game a week, tape delay basis.  During the “Tony La Russa” era, all home games were broadcast live and the away games were “re-created”, in studio.

1992 - 1998    
Spanish Broadcaster, Golden State Warriors, Oakland, CA. The first Spanish announcer for the Golden State Warriors.  Provided all the coverage for the Golden State Warriors in Spanish.

2003 - 2006    
Spanish Broadcaster, KXLY Radio, Spokane Radio Group, Spokane, WA. The first Spanish announcer for the Seattle Mariners.  Play-by-play action for all home games for the Seattle Mariners, 9 innings.

1994 - 2006  
Spanish Broadcaster, San Francisco Giants, San Francisco, CA. On-air Spanish play-by-play announcer; provided play-by-pay coverage and commentary for the San Francisco Giants baseball organization.

2007 - 2018
Spanish Broadcaster, Radio and Television, Los Angeles Angels

2009 - Present
Spanish Broadcast play-by-play radio, Oakland Athletics

Multi Media Experience

FOX Sports Net West - Baseball and Basketball
FOX Sports Northwest - Baseball commentary
KSTS-TV San Jose, CA. TELEMUNDO - Sports Anchor
FOX Sports International - Play by Play
KDTV-TV  San Francisco, CA.  UNIVISION - Sports

Nike Baseball -
Stanford Medical Cancer Research - Actor

The Jackie Gleason Show CBS - Actor
Lorimar Productions: The Midnight Caller NBC - Actor

California State Compensation Insurance Fund -

Los Angeles Angels
Seattle Mariners
San Francisco Giants
Oakland Athletics
Golden State Warriors
CBS Radio International
CARACOL Radio International

Krames Medical Publications -
Zocor - Model / Publicity
Bank of America - Model / Publicity / Wall Street Journal / Mailers
Pacific Western Bank - Model


Post Season Play :
2002 / LBC/ESPN Spanish NLCS & World Series
2002 / San Francisco Giants World Series
2001 / FOX Sports International - Caribbean World Series
1999  / CARACOL Network Radio - NLCS
1988 - 1989 / Oakland Athletics World Series

Television Experience:
1990 -1994  Sports Anchor, Channel 48, Telemundo, San Jose, CA. Responsible for writing and producing Sports segment for the evening news.  Coverage all the Bay Area professional sports team, Special Features and Interviews.

2004 - Cuban Sports Hall of Fame
2010 - Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame
2010 - Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum Hall of Fame
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