|Alma mater||Boston College|
|Occupation||Baseball play-by-play announcer, television personality|
Marquee Sports Network
Jon "Boog" Sciambi (//; born April 11, 1970) is an American sportscaster for ESPN and the Marquee Sports Network, currently the everyday play-by-play announcer for the Chicago Cubs TV broadcasts. He has worked extensively as a baseball play-by-play announcer, calling games for ESPN television and on ESPN Radio. Sciambi's nickname, "Boog," was given to him owing to his physical resemblance to former major league player Boog Powell.
Born in Philadelphia, Sciambi grew up on Roosevelt Island in New York City. He is a graduate of Regis High School in New York City and Boston College.
As Sciambi attended Boston College, he began his sportscasting experience on WZBC, the school's 1000-watt FM radio station broadcasting to the Greater Boston area. Classmates and fellow broadcasters at WZBC included Joe Tessitore and Bob Wischusen, both of whom also went on to become successful sports announcers.
Sciambi was an announcer with the Florida Marlins from 1997 to 2004.
Sciambi was the play-by-play announcer for the Atlanta Braves on SportSouth and FSN South from 2007 to 2009. He was paired with Joe Simpson. Late in the 2009 season, it was announced that Sciambi would be leaving the Braves and joining ESPN's Major League Baseball and college basketball coverage full-time.
He formerly worked in South Florida sports radio on 790 The Ticket. Sciambi left the radio show on April 4, 2008, to focus on broadcasting for the Atlanta Braves. Prior to being on 790, Sciambi was a talk show host on WQAM for several years.
On September 30, 2020, Sciambi along with Chipper Jones and Jesse Rogers called Games 1 and 2 of the National League wild card playoff series between the Chicago Cubs and Miami Marlins on ABC.
On January 4, 2021, Marquee Sports Network named Sciambi as play-by-play announcer for its Chicago Cubs telecasts. He also continues to call regular-season and postseason games on ESPN Radio.
Sciambi has been involved in funding research of and direct care for victims of ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. In 2006, Sciambi founded Project Main St. with Tim Sheehy, a friend who later died from the disease.