Drew Goodman Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth SportsNet Rocky Mountain

Drew Goodman

Drew Goodman

Drew Goodman Biography

Drew Goodman presently works at AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain.  In Denver as a play-by-play announcer for the Colorado Rockies and college football and basketball. When he’s not on-air Goodman loves watching sports, hiking, and traveling.

Drew Goodman Age

Goodman was born in Pound Ridge, New York, in the United States of America on April 13, 1963. He is 59 years old.

Drew Goodman Height

Goodman stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.

Drew Goodman Education

Goodman completed his high school course at a local High School in New York. And then he furthered his studies at Ithaca College, but he later moved to the University of Missouri where he graduated.

Drew Goodman Family

Goodman is quite a secretive person, he has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings.

Drew Goodman Wife

Goodman is happily married to Kristi. They have been married for a couple of years. And are blessed with three sons namely  Jacob, Zach, and Gabriel. The family stays in Denver.

Drew Goodman Salary

Goodman annually receives a salary of $90,670.

Drew Goodman Net Worth

Goodman has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Drew Goodman Career

Goodman works at AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain for the Colorado Rockies. And college football and basketball as a television play-by-play announcer. He works as a sports broadcaster at Roots sports, Goodman began working for the regional Sports. Network in 1988 and has broadcasted Rockie games since 2002.

Goodman served at NBC where he covered NFL games, during his time here. He worked together with Todd Christensen in 1994 as the #4 announcing team moreover.  Goodman was selected to work with Tunch Ilkin and later with Bob Golic in 1996 a year later.

He worked on FOX Sports as a host of the Baseball Night in America.  Goodman covered conferences such as WAC, MWC, and ACC. And college football games at the Big 12 in addition. He served at Broncos Radio Network, where Goodman called Denver Broncos preseason games for two years that was from 200 to 2002.

He served for five seasons hosting the Postgame reports at KOA moreover.  Goodman started hosting the Avalanche Pregame Report For FSN Rocky Mountain in 1996. He co-hosted the top midday sports radio on 104.3 together with Scott Hastings. For two years, that was from 2012 to 2014.