Bob Socci Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Patriots

Bob Socci is a well-known American sports broadcaster on television and radio. Since April 2013, Bob has been the radio play-by-play voice of the NFL’s New England Patriots. He previously worked as an announcer for the Pawtucket Red Sox. Bob previously worked as a play-by-play announcer for Navy Football and CBS Sports Network.

Bob Socci Age

Bob Socci was born in Auburn, New York, in the United States in 1967. He is 55 years old.

Bob Socci Height

Bob stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.

Bob Socci Family

Bob was born in 1967 to caring and loving parents in Auburn, New York, in the United States. He is an American national with a white ethnic origin. As of yet, he has not revealed any information about his parents or siblings.

Bob Socci Wife

Bob is married to Monique Tello, a wonderful woman. The couple lives in Milton, Massachusetts. Bob and Monique have two children, Gio and Maria.

Bob Socci Education

Bob later completed his high school education at Auburn High School, where he played baseball on the team that won the 1985 New York state title. Afterward, he attended the University of Dayton. He earned a bachelor of arts in communications from Dayton University in 1989.

Bob Socci Salary

Bob pockets an annual salary of $72,379.

Bob Socci Net Worth

Bob’s approximate net worth is $1 million.

Bob Socci Career

In April 2013, he was hired as the New England Patriots’ new play-by-play announcer, succeeding Gil Santos, who resigned after 36 years with the franchise. On Patriots broadcasts, Bob works alongside Scott Zolak. Since joining the Patriots broadcast team, Bob and Scott have called three Super Bowls.

 In February 2015, the Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl, defeating the Seattle Seahawks after rookie cornerback Malcolm Butler intercepted a pass near the goal line. The two dubbed it “The Greatest Comeback in Super Bowl History” in February 2017, when the Patriots returned from a 28-3 third-quarter deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in the first overtime game in the Super Bowl’s 51-year history.

Prior to joining the Patriots, he spent 15 seasons as the play-by-play voice of Navy football from 1998 to 2012, 11 seasons as the voice of Navy basketball from 1997 to 2008, and ten years calling Patriot League basketball games for networks such as CSTV, ESPNU, and CBS Sports Network.

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