Craig Minervini

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Craig Minervini is an American sportscaster based in Miami, Florida. He is host of Marlins Live and former host of Panthers Live.[1]

Minervini called the games of the NHL's Florida Panthers games for the radio. He calls select Miami Marlins (Major League Baseball) play-by-play when Rich Waltz is on MLB Network. He was sports anchor for WNBC-TV and for WTVJ-TV. He also has done play-by-play for various other sports include Notre Dame football on NBC, CBS Sports Spectacular, College World Series on ESPN, Major League Soccer, XFL on TNN, boxing on TNN, mixed martial arts on TNN, Syracuse Chiefs AAA baseball, and Syracuse Orange football, basketball, lacrosse, and soccer.

From 1987–1988, Minervini also served as host and interviewer for the World Wrestling Federation (now known today as WWE) under the name Craig DeGeorge. DeGeorge was also partnered with Dick Graham for the WWF's Phildadelphia Spectrum broadcasts that aired monthly on PRISM from 1987 until his exit. As DeGeorge, he also worked in the Universal Wrestling Federation as a commentator


  1. ^ "Craig Minervini". Fox Sports. Retrieved September 19, 2012.