Mike Greenberg always went by "Michael" until beginning his broadcast career. He decided that "Mike" sounded better.
Mike Greenberg's book was ranked as high as 14th on the New York Times bestseller list.
Mike Greenberg attended the United Nations International School.
Mike Greenberg's parents are Harriet and Arnold Greenberg.
Mike Greenberg wrote the book Why My Wife Thinks I'm An Idiot.
Mike Greenberg is featured in a flash cartoon animation series called Off Mikes, which is shown on ESPN.com.
Mike Greenberg had a cameo role in ESPN's poker-based original mini-series Tilt.
Mike Greenberg formerly covered events such as the World Series and the Super Bowl.
Mike Greenberg hosted SportsPage, a one-hour Sunday night sports program in Chicago, featuring live guests and viewer calls.
Mike Greenberg is married and has two children.
Mike Greenberg graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
Mike Greenberg worked for Chicago's WMAQ Radio as sports anchor and reporter from 1989-92.
Mike Greenberg worked as a syndicated sports columnist for Copley News Service, writing a weekly column from 1993 to 1995.
Mike Greenberg worked from 1994-95 for SportsChannel Chicago.
Mike Greenberg worked for Chicago's WSCR Radio from 1992 to 1996.
Mike Greenberg was a sports anchor and reporter for CLTV in Chicago, Illinois.
Mike Greenberg is an anchor on SportsCenter along with also serving previous as an ESPNEWS Anchor.
Mike Greenberg joined ESPN in 1996.
Mike Greenberg is the co-host of ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike in the Morning."
Greenberg: We've had this discussion in the past. I will ask you questions now, not unlike if I were a lawyer and you were on the witness stand. So you don't want to be giving me a bunch of extraneous information. Just answer the questions.