Houston Astros Alex Treviño
Spanish Radio Announcer

Alex Treviño has been with Astros Spanish radio network since 1996. Since joining, he has called more than 3,000 Astros games, six postseason appearances and the 2005 World Series run. As of 2016, Alex’s 21 seasons in the broadcast booth were tied for the most in franchise history by a Spanish broadcaster with Orlando Sanchez Diago’s 21 years.

In September 2014, Alex was inducted into the Houston Baseball Media Wall of Honor for his significant and lasting contributions to the landscape of Houston baseball through his work in broadcasting.

A native of Monterrey, Mexico, he spent 13 seasons in the Majors, primarily as a catcher, including the 1988-90 seasons with the Astros. He also spent time with the Mets, Reds, Braves, Giants and Dodgers. Alex hit a career-high .290 while serving as Houston's backup catcher in 1989 and hit .364 (32x88) in 25 starts. Alex played in 939 Major League games and had a .249 lifetime average.

Treviño attended the University of Nuevo Leon in Mexico before starting his professional baseball career.

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