Tim Neverett Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Dodgers
November 28, 2022
Tim Neverett Biography
Tim Neverett is an American journalist and sportscaster who currently works as a television and radio play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He joined the team in 2019 as a TV and radio play-by-play broadcaster for select games.
He covers TV play-by-play duties during lead announcer Joe Davis’ national assignments and backup radio play-by-play duties. Earlier, he worked as a play-by-play announcer and color commentator for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Boston Red Sox.
Tim Neverett Age
Tim Neverett was born on March 19, 1966, in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States of America. Tim is 56 years of age.
Tim Neverett Height
He is a man of average height and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approximately 1.72 meters).
Tim Neverett Family
He was born and brought up in Nashua, New Hampshire by his parents. He bears an American nationality but belongs to the white ethnicity. He has, nevertheless, not mentioned any information concerning his parents and/or siblings.
Tim Neverett Wife
Tim is wedded to his beautiful unknown wife. The two, are gifted with sons Matt, Kyle, and Drew.
Tim’s son Matt, is also a commentator. He worked as a pincher for Aviators play-by-play man Russ Langer. Matt serves with Oakland’s Triple-A club
Tim Neverett Education
Tim studied at Emerson College in Boston and graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Communication. While in college, he played varsity baseball from 1984 -1988. Tim works as a college professor at Emerson College, teaching in the School of Sports Communications.
Tim Neverett Salary
He receives an annual salary of $83,564. This is according to Dodgers anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Tim Neverett Net Worth
Tim has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million US dollars.
Tim Neverett Career
Tim works as part of the Los Angeles Dodgers broadcast team, serving on radio and TV as a play-by-play announcer. Further, Tim sometimes anchors pre and post-game shows on TV. Before arriving in L.A., he broadcast the Boston Red Sox on the extensive “Red Sox Radio Network”.
While still there, he announced the 2018 World Series and spent a good part of his profession doing radio and TV for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tim worked in AAA with the Padres and Dodgers affiliates in Las Vegas prior to moving to Denver
While working in Denver, he did a multitude of things including Colorado Rockies pre and post-game shows on television and fill-in play-by-play. While serving at Colorado, Tim hosted the award-winning “Press Box” morning drive show on ESPN Radio 560. Further, he did play-by-play at many college and professional events.