Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
College: University of New Haven
Years in MiLB: 12
Years in Curve, PA: 2021 to present
Walk-up song: "The Seed 2.0" by The Roots
Favorite sports team: Philadelphia 76ers
Favorite TV Show: The Wire
Dream Vacation: Sailing in the Mediterranean Sea to all of the Greek Islands
After spending six season as a member of the broadcast team for the Trenton Thunder (Double-A, New York Yankees), Jon Mozes joined the Curve as the Director of Communications and Broadcasting.
Jon served as the lead voice for the 2018 Eastern League All-Star Classic and was on the call as the Thunder secured their fourth Eastern League Championship in franchise history in 2019. In addition to his role in the broadcast booth, Jon took a leadership role in the development of the team's marketing and promotional plans, overseeing all team communications and was a member of the team's corporate sales department.
Prior to joining the Thunder, Mozes was a radio voice for professional baseball teams in Abilene, TX and Gary, IN after graduating from the University of New Haven in 2012 with a degree in Sport Management and a minor in Communications.
Off the diamond, Jon is the voice of Princeton University Women's Basketball and was on the call as the Tigers secured NCAA Tournament victories in the 2021 and 2022 seasons. He is also a radio and ESPN+ broadcast talent for Temple University, the University of Delaware and Rider University.
Jon was raised and currently resides in Philadelphia, PA.