Maxwell Ferregur has over nine years of experience working in the professional sports media industry. At the age of 9, Max was one of the first Jr. Dodger Broadcasters selected to call Sunday home games from the Vin Scully Press Box at Dodger Stadium. For five seasons, Max conducted on-the-field interviews, provided play-by-play and color game commentary, and mentored other kids through the Jr. Dodgers Broadcasting program.
In 2014, at the age of 13, Max was one of eight Sports Illustrated Kid Reporters selected from across the country. For the following two years, Max covered assignments which included the 2014 Cartoon Network’s Hall of Game Awards, both the 2014 and 2016 MLB All Star Games and events, and the 2015 Jackie Robinson/Civil Rights Game.
Max is very knowledgeable about the world of sports especially baseball, basketball, and football. As an author, Max has contributed blogs to SI Kids and USA Today’s Lonzo Wire and LeBron Wire. As an athlete, he played on his high school’s basketball and baseball teams. In 2017, as a sophomore, Max was awarded his high school’s basketball MVP award.
An honors and GATE student who is very proud of his Cuban heritage, Max has been inspired by the positive impact sports and diversity can play in society. This inspiration led Max to start and serve as President of “Sports Talk,” a club at his high school where students discuss popular sports news and volunteer at local community sporting events and charitable organizations.