Ryan Spilborghs joined the Rockies television broadcast team in 2014. As a former National League Champion with the Rockies in 2007, Spilborghs provides a unique perspective on the broadcasts in his roles as game analyst alongside play-by-play man Drew Goodman, as well as sideline reporter.
Spilborghs is also a host on MLB Network Radio and has served as emcee at numerous charity events in the Denver area.
A Santa Barbara, California native, Spilborghs was recruited to play baseball at the University of California – Santa Barbara, where he was a two-time Big West selection. After being selected in the seventh round of the 2002 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Rockies, he spent six seasons as an outfielder for the team, doing his part to advance the 2007 and 2009 Rockies teams to the postseason. One of his most memorable achievements came against the Giants in late August of 2009, when he hit the first walk-off grand slam in Rockies team history.
Spilborghs lives in Denver with his wife Stacey and their children, Kierra and Tatum.