Dave Wills is a popular American sportscaster currently working for Tampa Bay Rays as the radio voice since 2005 along with Andy Freed.
Before, Wills served for the Chicago White Sox as an announcer. Prior to that, Dave served for the Kane County Cougars Baseball as an announcer.
Dave Wills Age
Dave Wills was born in Oak Lawn, Illinois, in the United States, on March 13, 1964. He is 57 years old.
Dave Wills Height
Wills stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Dave Wills Education
He schooled at Oak Lawn Community High School and played basketball and baseball. At Oak Lawn Community high school, Wills also wrote for the school newspaper.
In 1982, Dave joined Elmhurst College, where he pitched on the baseball team and served for the school’s newspaper until graduating earning degrees in urban studies and speech communications in 1988.
During his time in college, Dave served for the Elmhurst College baseball team in 1989 as the pitching coach/recruiting coordinator and the interim head baseball coach at the University of Chicago in 1990.
Dave Wills Family
Dave was born to his caring parents in Oak Lawn, Illinois, in the United States. Wills belongs o the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Presently, He has not shared much about his parents or if he has siblings. We will update you on this section as soon as Dave shares the details.
Dave Wills Wife
He is happily married to his pretty wife called Liz Tedeski Wills who Retired from Hillsborough County Public Schools.
The duo lives in Lutz, Florida, and has two children Alex, and Michelle. His wife studied at the College of Hard Knocks. Dave and his wife.
Dave Wills Salary
Dave’s annual salary is $67,878 per year. This is according to Tampa Bay Rays anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Dave Wills Net Worth
Wills has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Dave Wills Career
He works for the Tampa Bay Rays as the radio voice since 2005 along with Andy Freed. Before, Will served for the Chicago White Sox as an announcer. Before that, Dave worked for the Kane County Cougars Baseball as an announcer.
Wills and Andy Freed during Rays game broadcasts, habitually trading roles alternate play-by-play and color commentator duties in every three innings.
Dave has signed different contract extensions with the Tampa Bay Rays Radio Network and signed another “multi-year” deal following the 2017 season.
Wills started his on-air broadcasting career reporting sports for radio stations WMVP and WMAQ in the Chicago media market. His first play-by-play position was from 1991 to 1995 with the Class-A Kane County Cougars for whom he was the radio voice.