Carolina Guillén

Carolina Guillén

Venezuelan journalist Carolina Guillén serves as co-host for Béisbol Esta Noche, ESPN Deportes and ESPN International’s weekly baseball news and highlights program; and #Redes, ESPN’s social media-driven sports and entertainment show. In addition, Guillén hosts ESPN Deportes Radio New York 1050 AM show Zona ESPN NY, a high-energy program that focuses on all types of sports that interest the New York fan. She is also part of E60’s team of journalists, and regularly serves as a tennis commentator. She also hosted Juego Cruzado from 2010-2012. Guillén was the first Venezuelan female on ESPN. She joined the network in 2004 as a SportsCenter anchor for ESPN in Latin America. She made her MLB debut on ESPN at the 2004 All-Star Game in Houston. In addition to leading the weekly baseball program, Guillén has covered numerous MLB All-Star games, the Home Run Derby, the 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classic, the Caribbean Series, and the network’s coverage of winter baseball. Long considered one of ESPN’s most versatile Spanish-language commentators, Guillén’s voice was used to dub the character of Colette into Spanish for the Walt Disney film, “Ratatouille,” in 2007. She has received numerous accolades for her work in sports journalism, including two Premio Mara de Oro and six Telly Awards. Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Guillen holds a degree in Mass Communications from the Universidad Católica de Venezuela.
ESPN commentator Carolina Guillén on impending motherhood, busy schedule
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ESPN commentator Carolina Guillén on impending motherhood, busy schedule

Béisbol Esta Noche and #Redes co-host Carolina Guillén is expecting her first child in May. She shares a look at…
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