Tom Verducci Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Sports Illustrated
Tom Verducci Biography
Tom Verducci is a well-known American sportscaster working for MLB( Major League Baseball ) on Fox Sports as a reporter and analyst. Prior, he worked for Newsday as a national baseball columnist.
Tom Verducci Age
Tom Verducci was born on 23, October 1960 in East Orange, New Jersey, in the United States. He is 61 years old.
Tom Verducci Height
Tom stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Tom Verducci Education
Tom attained his Diploma from Seton Hall Prep in West Orange, New Jersey. Then he received a bachelor of arts in journalism from Penn State University. While studying, he worked for The Daily Collegian as a reporter and made an appearance in the first edition of The Weekly Collegian.
Tom Verducci Family
Tom’s parents are Tony and Vita. He grew up together with his brother Frank, who served as the offensive coordinator for UConn.
Tom Verducci Wife
Tom is a married man to Kirsten for at least twenty years. Together they are blessed with two sons, Adam and Ben. The family stays in Montgomery Township, New Jersey.
Tom Verducci Salary
Tom annually earns a salary of $115,000.
Tom Verducci Net Worth
Tom has an accumulated net worth of $1.3 million.
Tom Verducci Career
Tom currently works as an MLB reporter and analyst for Fox Sports since 2016. He began working at Fox Sports in 2012. During his thirty years plus career in broadcasting, he has worked in different capacities including as an author, columnist, studio analyst, game analyst, reporter, and feature writer.
During his time at Fox Sports, he was in the broadcast booth together with Harold Reynolds, analyst, and Joe Buck, play-by-play announcer, during the 2014 & 2015 World Series and also the presentation of the All-Star Game on Fox.
During his tenure as a sportscaster, he has received various awards including a two-time Sports Emmy Award and the National Sportswriter of the Year Award. Also, he served for American League Championship Series and the Division Series on TBS as a studio analyst.
Also, he serves for Sports Illustrated as a senior baseball writer. While working for Sports Illustrated he has been titled a National Magazine Award finalist twice. In addition, he works at Sports Illustrated and SI.com on inside information and analysis as a contributor. Prior, he worked as a columnist for New York Newsday.