Rob Dibble is an eminent American retired Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher. Presently, he is a television analyst. Rob between 1988 and 1995 played for the Milwaukee Brewers, Cincinnati Reds, and Chicago White Sox. During his playing career, He was a two-time All-Star who recorded 89 saves.
Rob Dibble Age
Rob was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America, on January 24, 1964. He is 58 years old.
Rob Dibble Height
Dibble stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 4 inches ( Approx 1.93m).
Rob Dibble Education
He attended a parochial school called St. Thomas School for his high school education and then earned his high school diploma.
Rob Dibble Family
Rob was born to his loving, caring, and supportive father and mother in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America. His father, Walt Dibble, served at WDRC as a longtime radio news director and later left the station to join WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut.
Rob Dibble Wife
He married his pretty ex-wife called Joanne Abate in 1987 but in 2006 divorced her. Two years down the line, in 2006, Rob married his current wife named Jonna Dibble.
Rob Dibble Salary
Rob receives an annual salary of $69,386 per year. This is according to Fox Sports Radio anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Rob Dibble Net Worth
Dibble has an approximate net worth of $5 million.
Rob Dibble Career
Currently, Rob is a co-host on Fox Sports Radio Sunday night programming serving alongside former Major League player Denny Hocking. He signed a three-year contract in 2009 on MASN to take over from Don Sutton as the color voice of the Washington Nationals.
Dibble drew negative attention in August 2010 while broadcasting a game focusing on a group of female spectators in the Nationals crowd. Rob also questioned their focus on the game. However, Dibble later apologized for the comments.
Rob has held several roles in sports television broadcasting since retiring as a player. In 1998, He became part of ESPN serving as a baseball analyst. He mostly served on Dan Patrick’s radio show. He as well served as a co-host on The Best Damn Sports Show Period until 2008.