About brewboo

Daron Sutton is entering his third season
with the Diamondbacks in 2009 as the club’s primary
play-by-play announcer on television. Sutton came to the
Diamondbacks in 2007 after five years in a similar capacity
with the Milwaukee Brewers. During his tenure in Milwaukee,
Sutton won a 2003 Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding
Achievement for Individual Excellence on Camera from the
Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television
Arts and Sciences. He was also nominated for regional Emmys
on three other occasions. Sutton spent two seasons as a radio
play by play announcer for the Anaheim Angels, and also
hosted the club’s pre and post game radio shows. He also
spent two seasons calling Atlanta Braves games on FSN South.
For the last four years, Sutton has served as the television
play by play broadcaster for University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee men’s basketball, and now serves in the
same role for Arizona State University. While in Atlanta,
Sutton handled Southeastern Conference telecasts of men’s and
women’s basketball, swimming and diving, gymnastics, track
and field and volleyball. Sutton pitched two seasons in the
Angels and Braves organizations, and graduated from Auburn
University-Montgomery in 1992 with a degree in
communications. Community involvement is a high priority with
Sutton. He and his wife Kristin host an annual golf
tournament in the valley for the The Southwest Autism
Research & Resource Center (SARRC), and he can be found
regularly speaking to local schools to promote reading and
education. Sutton and his wife and the proud parents of two
daughters, Abbey and Lilly.