What Does Paul O’Neill do Now?
Have you always been a follower of Paul O’Neill and want to know what he is currently into? This post is purposely made for you.
Paul O’Neill is currently one of the most popular sports commentators in the world. On the YES Network, O’Neill started his career as a Yankees announcer. The network currently employs him as its main game analyst and color commentator.
Paul Andrew O’Neill, a former right fielder for the United States, played in Major League Baseball for 17 seasons (he was born on February 25, 1963). Between 1985 and 1992, he played for the New York Yankees and Cincinnati Reds.
O’Neill had a lifetime batting average of.288 with 2,107 hits, 1,269 runs batted in, and 281 home runs. He won the hitting championship of the American League in 1994 with a.359 average. He was an All-Star five times and won the World Series five times.
Only O’Neill has played in three flawless games for the winning team. He was the Reds’ right fielder for Tom Browning’s perfect game in 1988.
He made the final out (a fly ball) in the Yankees’ perfect game against David Wells in 1998, and he doubled and made a diving catch in right field to help the Yankees defeat David Cone’s perfect game in 1999.
After retiring from baseball, O’Neill began a career as a Yankees announcer on the YES Network. He currently serves as the network’s primary game analyst and color commentator.