David Dellucci

David Dellucci

College Baseball Analyst, SEC Network

David Dellucci is a college baseball analyst for SEC Network and ESPN, primarily serving as a studio analyst on both SEC Now and Rally Cap, SEC Network’s dedicated softball and baseball studio show. Dellucci was a four-year letterwinner at Ole Miss and a 13-year MLB veteran, winning the 2001 World Series with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Dellucci played for several MLB teams after being drafted in the 10th round of the 1995 MLB Draft by the Baltimore Orioles, including the Diamondbacks, New York Yankees, Texas Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies, Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays. Dellucci’s contributions both on and off the field were invaluable, as he brought leadership and experience to the clubhouse. Over his professional career, he compiled a .256 batting average, with 101 home runs and 398 RBIs, showcasing his consistency and power at the plate.

He’s a member of the Ole Miss Athletic Hall of Fame, the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, and was named an SEC Baseball Legend in 1998. Dellucci was honored as one of the top 50 athletes in Ole Miss history following a prolific career that saw the Baton Rouge, La. native earn all-SEC in 1994 and 1995, as well as All-America recognition in 1995. Dellucci set 10 school records throughout his collegiate career.

Beyond his broadcasting career, Dellucci is also known for his philanthropic efforts, actively supporting causes such as cancer research and youth sports programs. He founded the David Dellucci Foundation in Prairieville, La. to support and improve local law enforcement, as well as focus on the advancement of young people and creation of a better community in which they can thrive. Dellucci resides in his hometown of Baton Rouge, La. with his family.

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