Former Atlanta Braves All-Star player Ron Gant is now part of the FOX 5 team as a co-anchor of Good Day Atlanta. That's right: the former No. 5 is now on FOX 5!
You can wake up with Ron every weekday morning at 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. Before coming to FOX 5, Ron served as an analyst on FOX Sports South coverage of Atlanta Braves games for four years. Earlier in his career, Ron was a studio analyst for the MLB Network for “Hot Stove” and “MLB Tonight.” Before that, he served as commentator for the Atlanta Braves on TBS.
Before his broadcasting career, Ron spent six years with the Atlanta Braves, including playing in two World Series. Ron has lived in Atlanta for more than 20 years.
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