Alex Feuz is currently a Junior, Sports Broadcasting student at Siena College, located in Albany, NY. He is currently the team manager of the NCAA Division 1 Baseball team at Siena, along with hosting 2 podcasts 'A Whole New Ballgame', and 'Bottom Line Baseball'. 'A Whole New Ballgame' is hosted by both Alex, and Vinnie Pasquantino. Vinnie, is a top prospect in the Kansas City Royals organization. Alex's other podcast, 'Bottom Line Baseball' is also hosted by him and Jackson Ryan. Jackson is the grandson of MLB Hall of Famer, Nolan Ryan, and the son of Reid Ryan.
In January 2020, he began working for the Burlington Royals, a minor league affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, the MiLB season was canceled. Once Alex was forced to stay close to home, he became a Digital Correspondent for 104.5 ESPN radio, and the Play-By-Play Broadcaster of the Albany Dutch, a summer collegiate baseball team.
In 2019, Alex was the Play-by-Play Voice of the New Bedford Bay Sox, a former team in the New England Collegiate Baseball League. That summer was his first season covering a team on a daily basis — where he broadcasted both the home and away games. His work aired online and on social media, as well as on the NECBL website. He conducted interviews with the players, traveled with the team, written reports on games, and produced weekly videos for the social media accounts. Alex has a passion for the career of sports broadcasting and is dedicated to sharing stories that show the raw emotion, and life stories of the guests he interviews.
Before transferring to Siena College, Alex attended Dean College in Franklin, Mass. At Dean, he hosted his own radio show on Power 88.3FM Monday through Friday 7am-8amET. His guests featured nationally acclaimed broadcasters like Bob Costas, Adam Schefter, Ken Rosenthal, along with All-Star athletes including Andrew McCutchen, Curt Schilling, Ron Guidry, and more.