Tom McCarthy Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Phillies
Tom Mccarthy Biography
Tom McCarthy is a known American sports broadcaster. Presently, he works for Philadelphia Phillies tv broadcasts as the play-by-play announcer. Additionally, he also calls National Football League games (NFL) for Westwood One. H
e has been doing calls for select College Basketball games on CBS, NFL, as well as NBA, since 2014. Before he worked for Saint Joseph’s University’s both men’s and women’s basketball teams as the play-by-play voice.
Tom Mccarthy Age
Tom Mccarthy was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, the United States of America on July 5, 1968. He is 53 years old.
Tom Mccarthy Height
Tom stands at an average height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83m tall.
Tom Mccarthy Education
Tom finished his high school course in Brick, New Jersey in 1986 at Brick Memorial High School. Then he attended and graduated from Trenton State College ( presently known as The College of New Jersey) in 1990.
Tom Mccarthy Family
Tom hasnt disclosed details about his parents and siblings to the public, however, research on this is ongoing and will soon update this section.
Tom Mccarthy Wife
Tom is happily married to Meg Mccarthy. They are blessed with a kid known as Patrick Mccarthy who became an announcer like his father. The family stays in Allentown, New Jersey.
Tom Mccarthy Salary
Tom pockets an annual salary of $71,284.
Tom Mccarthy Net Worth
Tom’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Tom Mccarthy Career
Tom worked as a radio play-by-play voice for five seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies from 2001 to 2005. He was also, their pre-game and post-game radio host. Before he worked for the Double-A Trenton Thunder as the play-by-play announcer, he worked there from 1994 until 1999 for six seasons.
In addition, he has been working for Rutgers University football as a play-by-play voice and also for national football and basketball broadcasts on the CBS Sports Network ( previously known as CSTV), the Atlantic 10 TV network, the Sports USA Radio Network, and Westwood One.
He broadcasted Princeton University football and men’s basketball for almost a decade. During their 27–2 run through the 1997 and 1998 seasons in the 1996 NCAA tournament. He worked for the Tigers during their 43–41 upset win over defending NCAA champion UCLA as the play-by-play voice.