Rob Faulds

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Rob Faulds
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Rob Faulds in 2014
Born (1955-09-29) September 29, 1955 (age 59)
Hamilton, Ontario
Occupation sportscaster, sports announcer
Employer Sportsnet

Rob Faulds (born September 29, 1955) is a Canadian sportscaster on Sportsnet and host of Sportsnetnews. Faulds also does play-by-play for National Lacrosse League games. He is formerly a play-by-play announcer for Toronto Blue Jays from 2001 to 2004 on telecasts on Sportsnet, and has called regional National Hockey League telecasts for the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens on Sportsnet East. Faulds has also called Canadian football for ESPN and curling for Sportsnet.[1][dead link] He worked on CTV's coverage of the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain and the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. On the CTV series Power Play (1998–2000), Faulds was the play-by-play voice of the fictitious Hamilton Steelheads. Faulds also serves as one of two fill-in hosts for the radio talk-show Prime Time Sports when regular host Bob McCown is unable to appear (Jeff Blair is the other fill-in). Previously, Faulds was a sports newscaster at Montreal's CTV affiliate CFCF-TV and on CFCF radio 600.

His home run call was "Whaddaya think about that?" and in 2013 he rejoined the Blue Jays.

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  1. ^ Lukowich is new USA Curling athlete development director

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