Tim McCarver Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Fox Sports Midwest
November 28, 2022
Tim McCarver Biography
Tim McCarver is a famous American sportscaster and previous professional baseball catcher. Currently, he serves as a part-time analyst for the Cardinals on Fox Sports Midwest since December 8, 2013.
Earlier, Tim also served as a reporter and play-by-play announcer for Freestyle skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary. Tim also co-hosted the prime-time coverage of the 1992 Winter Olympics with Paula Zahn for CBS.
Tim McCarver Age
Tim McCarver was born on October 16, 1941, in Memphis, Tennessee, in the United States of America. Tim is 80 years old and celebrates his birthday on October 16, every year.
Tim McCarver Height
He is a man of above-average height. Tim stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (Approximately 1.78 meters).
Tim McCarver Family
He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, to loving and caring parents. He is the son of Alice McCarver and Edward McCarver.
Tim McCarver Wife
Tim is wedded to his beautiful wife Anne McDaniel. The couple married in 1964. He and his beautiful wife Anne have two daughters called Kelly and Kathy.
Tim McCarver Education
Tim studied at the Christian Brothers High School, an all-male Catholic school. Afterward, he went to various colleges over the course of six years. Therefore, he could never manage to graduate.
Tim McCarver Salary
Tim receives an annual salary of $73,795. This is according to Fox Sports Midwest anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Tim McCarver’s Net Worth
Tim has an estimated net of $8 million US dollars.
Tim McCarver Career
He began his broadcasting job at WPHL-TV (Channel 17) in Philadelphia, where he was teamed with both Harry Kalas and Richie Ashburn for Phillies games, before co-hosting HBO’s Race for the Pennant in 1978 and working as a backup Game of the Week commentator for NBC in 1980.
He has called baseball for all four major United States TV networks. Tim’s term at NBC was followed by stints with ABC (where he worked with Don Drysdale on backup Monday Night Baseball games in 1984 plus Al Michaels and furthermore with Jim Palmer from 1985 -1989 and again from 1994 -1995 under the “Baseball Network” umbrella) and CBS (where Tim worked with Jack Buck from 1990 -1991 and Sean McDonough from 1992 -1993).
He also called games for local sports networks carrying the Phillies from 1980 -1982, the Mets from 1983 -1998, the Yankees from 1999 -2001, and the Giants in 2002. He is one of three sportscasters to have reported the Mets and the Yankees, with Fran Healy and Tom Seaver, and among the three sportscasters to have reported both the Mets and the Phillies, with Todd Kalas and Tom McCarthy.
He announced on Mar 27, 2013, that he would part ways with Fox after the 2013 season. His last Fox broadcast was Oct 30, 2013, as the Boston Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 to win the 2013 World Series. He became employed to be a part-time analyst for the Cardinals on Fox Sports Midwest on Dec 8, 2013.