Evolution of Dan Rouhier: From College Baseball to Sports Talk Radio

by Chris Lingebach
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Danny Rouhier wasn’t always a slovenly sports talk radio show host.

In fact, he’s had many lives prior to his days at 106.7 The Fan, one of them being a Division-I student athlete.

From 1998 to 2001, Danny Rouhier (or Dan Rouhier as he was better known back then) was a standout player for the George Washington Colonials baseball team.

This glorious Throwback Thursday-themed pic comes to us via @GWBaseball1.

Danny rips himself frequently for his self-proclaimed “doughy physique,” but he was actually a bit of a stud on the diamond.

Look at those numbers!

Here’s the timeline for those following along at home:

Division I Athlete -> Stand-up Comedian -> Talk Show Host

Evolution of Danny Rouhier's adult life.

Evolution of Danny Rouhier’s adult life.

Interesting tidbit: Danny was teammates with Mike O’Conner at GW, a left-handed hurler drafted by the Expos in 2002. He saw spotty action with the Nats in 2006 and 2008, and most recently saw a Major League field as a member of the Mets in 2011.

Of course you can hear Danny M-F from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 106.7 The Fan’s “Holden and Danny.”

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