Tom Verducci Bio, Age, Height, MLB Network, Net Worth, Salary, Parents, and Wife

Tom Verducci Bio, Wiki

Tom Verducci is an Emmy Award-winning sportswriter, reporter, and commentator working for MLB Network, serving as an insider and analyst. He has been working with this station since 2009.

Tom Verducci Age

Verducci is 62 years old as of 2023. He was born Thomas Matthew Verducci in East Orange, New Jersey, in the United States on the 23rd of October 1960.

Tom Verducci Height/Measurements

Verducci stands approximately 6 feet 2 inches (1. 88) and weighs around 93 kg.

Tom Verducci Education

For his education, Tom enrolled in Seton Hall Prep in West Orange, New Jersey, and then joined Penn State, graduating with a B.A. in journalism, where he served as a reporter for The Daily Collegian and appeared in the first edition of The Weekly Collegian.

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Tom Verducci Career

Verducci works for MLB Network, serving as an insider and analyst appearing across MLB Network’s programming, including the Emmy Award-winning flagship studio show MLB Tonight. He joined MLB Network in 2009 and was awarded a Sports Emmy Award in the Outstanding Sports Personality – Sports Reporter class for his work on TBS and MLB Network in 2020, 2018, and 2013. In 2014, Tom also won his second Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst, marking the first time a pro athlete or non-former college won in the category, and the first time a previous Outstanding Sports Reporter award champion also won for Outstanding Studio Analyst.

A well-known baseball writer, Tom also was a senior baseball writer for Sports Illustrated and contributed analysis to Additionally, he serves as an analyst for FOX’s MLB coverage throughout the year. Tom was in the broadcast booth with analyst Harold Reynolds and play-by-play announcer Joe Buck for FOX’s presentation of the World Series and All-Star Game in 2014 and 2015.

Verducci also co-wrote Joe Torre’s The Yankee Years in 2009, chronicling his years as Yankees manager from 1996 to 2007. Tom became the first SI author to both write a cover story and work as its subject. His story, I Was a Toronto Blue Jay told his experiences playing for the Blue Jays over five Spring Training days. Tom’s cover story of the Year for SI’s 2004 Sportsman (the Boston Red Sox) was included in The Best American Sports Writing 2005 anthology.

Another exciting and personal story Tom has authored for SI is his 1995 cover story The Dead End Kids, in which he profiled Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberry. His 1999 cover story regarding Sandy Koufax, The Left Arm of God, was another classic, in which he authored that the pitching legend should not be mentioned as a recluse, as “a recluse doesn’t touch so many individuals with lifelong lessons of humility, generosity, and the Zen of the curveball.” Verducci also has authored countless books, including Chasing the Dream; My Lifelong Journey to the World Series, Inside Baseball: The Best of Tom Verducci, featuring 21 of the author’s most gripping SI essays, and Joe Torre’s Path from Growing Up in Brooklyn to Leading the Yankees to the 1996 World Series.

Prior to joining SI, Tom worked for 10 years with Newsday serving as a baseball writer, including a three-year stint as the paper’s national baseball columnist. He also worked for a year in Cocoa, Fla., as a sports reporter for Florida Today. Tom also guided his high school football team to a state championship and caught the winning touchdown pass in the title game. He enrolled at Penn State University, where he graduated in 1982 earning a bachelor’s degree in journalism, and was voted the Most Outstanding Journalism Graduate in that class. As a draftee for the Montgomery Baseball Association youth program, Tom managed the Cal Ripken Baseball World Series and the 10-year-old travel team to the 2006 Mid-Atlantic Region championship.

Tom Verducci’s Net Worth

In Tom’s career as a sportscaster, he was able to amass a net worth between $ 5 Million and $ 10 million.

How Much Does Tom Verducci Earn?

Tom acquires annual earnings that range between $ 229, 235, and $ 320, 985.

Tom Verducci’s Parents and Siblings

Verducci was born in East Orange, New Jersey, and raised by parents in Glen Ridge. He is the son of Vita Verducci (mother) and Tony Verducci (father). Tom is not the only child to his parents as he has a brother named Frank Verducci who was the offensive coordinator for UConn. The sportscaster is of Italian descent.

Tom Verducci Wife

Verducci is married to Kirsten Langerfeld. The duo exchanged their marriage vows on the 22nd of August 1987 in a private ceremony attended by close friends and family. As a result of their union, Tom and his wife have two children.

Tom Verducci MLB Network

Verducci works at MLB Network, where he works alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as;

  1. Yonder Alonso
  2. Greg Amsinger
  3. Ruben Amaro, Jr.
  4. A.J. Andrews
  5. Alex Avila
  6. Ron Darling
  7. Ryan Dempster
  8. Mark DeRosa
  9. Robert Flores
  10. Cliff Floyd
  11. Peter Gammons
  12. Lauren Gardner
  13. Jon Heyman
  14. Brian Kenny
  15. Al Leiter
  16. Mike Lowell
  17. Keiana Martin
  18. Pedro Martinez
  19. Cameron Maybin
  20. Kevin Millar
  21. Jon Morosi
  22. Kelly Nash
  23. Melanie Newman
  24. Dan O’Dowd
  25. Jake Peavy
  26. Hunter Pence
  27. Carlos Peña
  28. Bo Porter
  29. Albert Pujols
  30. Harold Reynolds
  31. Bill Ripken
  32. Alanna Rizzo
  33. Christopher Russo
  34. Siera Santos
  35. Xavier Scruggs
  36. Lauren Shehadi
  37. Joel Sherman
  38. Jim Thome
  39. Matt Vasgersian
  40. Adnan Virk
  41. Jayson Stark
  42. Dan Plesac
  43. Matt Yallof
  44. Chris Young
  45. Bob Costas

Tom Verducci Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

Verducci is vocal on his social media accounts, where he posts often. On his Twitter account, he has about 56.6K Followers, 23.1K followers on his Facebook page, and 19K followers, on his Instagram account.