Former Major League outfielder Chris Singleton joined ESPN in 2008 as an MLB analyst. He primarily serves as a game analyst for ESPN Radio’s Sunday Night Baseball and postseason broadcasts alongside Jon Sciambi. On television, he appears regularly as a studio analyst on Baseball Tonight.
Prior to joining ESPN, Singleton provided color analysis on Chicago White Sox radio broadcasts between 2006 and 2007. Singleton began his career with the White Sox in 1999, hitting .300 with 17 home runs in strong rookie campaign. Singleton spent three seasons with the franchise (1999-2001) before continuing his career with the Baltimore Orioles (2002), Oakland Athletics (2003) and Tampa Bay Rays (2005).
In 1993, he was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the second round of the First-Year Player Draft after attending the University of Nevada-Reno.