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Bigley joins the RoughRiders in 2020 as the club's manager of media development and broadcaster. In his fourth season in Minor League Baseball, Bigley serves as the radio "Voice of the RoughRiders" for all RoughRiders games, works as the primary contact between the media and the front office and manages the team's baseball content on the website and social media accounts.
During the offseason, Bigley provides play-by-play for McKinney ISD football and basketball locally.
Before moving to the Metroplex, Bigley was with the Greenberg Sports Group-owned Myrtle Beach Pelicans (High-A, Cubs) for two seasons, serving as the broadcast assistant his first year before taking over in the lead role in 2019. To open his minor league career, the Eugene, Oregon native served as the broadcast assistant for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (High-A, Dodgers).
A proud Duck, Bigley graduated from the University of Oregon in 2017, where he majored in journalism and minored in history. While there, he was a sports director for the campus radio station, KWVA, providing play-by-play for Oregon football, basketball, volleyball, softball and acrobatics and tumbling along with local high school sports.
Giddings comes to Frisco for the 2020 season and will serve as the broadcast assistant. This is his fifth year in Minor League Baseball and will contribute to all on-air and media relations efforts.
Before joining the Riders, Giddings most recently worked with the Erie
SeaWolves (AA, Detroit) in a similar role. Prior to his time in the Eastern League, Giddings spent a season with the St. Paul Saints (Independent) and two with the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (Low-A, San Francisco).
Graduating from Willamette University in 2016, Giddings double-majored in Economics and Rhetoric & Media Studies. While in school, he served as the sports editor for the campus paper and competed all four years as a pitcher on the baseball team.